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George Frederick Cruchley.

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George Frederick Cruchley.
Ref: 8995936






An antique hand coloured lithographic county map from "Cruchley's County Atlas of England & Wales, shewing all the Railways & Stations with their names also the Turnpike Roads and Principal Cross Roads....." Published in 1875. Railways shown by heavy black lines. Horizontal centrefold.




Approx 26.5cms by 21.5cms.



Price: 55.00
  



Fisher, Son & Co.

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Fisher, Son & Co.
Ref: 8995888




An antique county map from "Fisher's County Atlas of England and Wales. Compiled from Authentic Surveys, and Corrected to the present time......". Drawn and engraved by J. Archer and 'Published June 1st, 1842, for the Proprietors M. Alleis by James Gilbert, 49, Paternoster Row.' Hand coloured in outline.



Approx 34cms by 27cms.




Price: 55.00
  



James Wallis.

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James Wallis.
Ref: 8995836





An antique county map engraved by James Wallis published in his "Wallis's New British Atlas containing a Complete Set of County Maps, divided into hundreds in which are carefully delineated all the direct and cross roads, cities, towns, villages, parks, seats, rivers and navigable canals......" This map with original hand colouring, was published by S.A. Oddy in 1813.




Approx 17.5cms by 26cms.





Price: 85.00
  



Owen & Bowen.

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Owen & Bowen.
Ref: 8995477






A decorative and finely engraved antique county map of Warwickshire from the atlas "Brittania Depicta", published in 1720 by John OWEN and Emanuel BOWEN with later hand colouring.




Approx 12cms by 18cms







Price: 55.00
  



Birmingham - John Tallis & Company, London & New York

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Birmingham - John Tallis & Company, London & New York
Ref: 8995294

An antique town plan of Birmingham ' Drawn & Engraved by J. Rapkin (1815 - 1876)'. Incudes a town plan and vignettes of Theatre Royal, Birmingham from Highgate, King Edwards School, St. Philip's Church, The London & North Western Railway Station, School of Design and Town Hall. Illustrations drawn by W.Floyd and engraved by D.Pond. Published by John Tallis & Company, London & New York, 1851. Engraved for R. Montgomery Martin's Illustrated Atlas.

Approx 50cms by 36cms.


Price: 275.00
  



Samuel Leigh.

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Samuel Leigh.
Ref: 8994859






An antique county map of Warwickshire with scale and compass rose, published in 'Leigh's New Pocket Atlas of England and Wales' by M.A. Leigh in 1825.






Approx 7cms by 12cms.






Price: 30.00
  



John Seller.

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John Seller.
Ref: 8993024



An antique county map by John Seller published in "Anglia Contracta" in 1695. This map was reprinted, with some corrections, in the "Supplement to the Antiquities of England and Wales. By Francis Grose, London 1787."
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Approx 14.5cms by 12cms


Price: 85.00
  



R.K. Dawson.

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R.K. Dawson.
Ref: 8992658




This antique county map of Warwickshire by Lt. R.K. Dawson. R.E. is one of several compiled between 1831 and 1832 showing the "Proposed Division of Counties and Boundaries of Boroughs". Published January, 1832 with original outline colouring.



Approx 27cms by 22cms.





Price: 40.00
  



William Cobbett

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William Cobbett
Ref: 8992315





An antique county map of Warwickshire "Drawn & Engraved for Cobbetts 'Geographical Dictionary of England & Wales". Published by William Cobbett, 11, Bolt-Court, Fleet Street in 1832.




Approx 10cms by 17cms.




Price: 40.00
  



Pieter Van den Keere.

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Pieter Van den Keere.
Ref: 8990070


An antique map by Pieter Van den Keere. The maps of England and Wales by Van den Keere were based on those of Christopher Saxton. In 1627 publisher George Humble published later "England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland Described and Abridged... from a Farr Larger Voulume Done by John Speed" as a pocket edition. Thereby Van den Keere's works came to be known as "Miniature Speeds". Later hand colouring.

Approx 12cms by 8cms.


Price: 110.00
  



Coventry Town Plan - Cole & Roper

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Coventry Town Plan - Cole & Roper
Ref: 8990038


An antique town plan engraved for The Beauties of England and Wales by E.W. Brayley and J. Britton, but was used unchanged in Cole & Roper's 'The British Atlas comprising a Complete Set of County Maps of England and Wales....in 1810; Printed for Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe; Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme; J, Cuthell; J. Cundee; W. Faden; and A. Arch; Crosby and Co.; J. Richardson; and J.M. Richardson. An inset view of Coventry with the Churches of Trinity & St. Michael's &c. and the Arms of the City and the Arms of the See.

Approx 17cms by 23cms.


Price: 125.00
  



Thomas Moule.

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Thomas Moule.
Ref: 8982806





An antique county map engraved by J. Bingley which was published in Thomas Moule's " The English Counties Delineated...." in 1830, with later hand colouring. Vignette views of Kenilworth Castle and Warwick Castle





Approx 20.5cms by 26cms.



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Price: 85.00
  



James Pigot

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James Pigot
Ref: 8982924






An antique county map published in 'Pigot & Co.'s British Atlas'. Published in 1828 (and later) with contemporary hand colouring. A detailed map of the county which provides information on the county such as Mail Roads, Turnpike Roads, rivers and canals. Inset view of St. Michaels Church, Coventry.






Approx 35cms by 22.5cms.






Price: 95.00
  



Pieter Van den Keere.

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Pieter Van den Keere.
Ref: 8984054

An antique map by Pieter Van den Keere of Warwickshire and Leicestershire. Published in the "Atlas of the British Isles" which is a very rare atlas, probably published at Amsterdam between 1605 and 1610, with later hand colouring. The maps of England and Wales by Van den Keere were based on those of Christopher Saxton. Margins as shown. Compare to the maps of Leicestershire and Warwickshire in his "England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland Described and Abridged... from a Farr Larger Voulume Done by John Speed"

Approx 12cms by 8cms.


Price: 195.00
  



A map of Saltley Manor in the Parish od Aston in the County of Warwick surveyed 1760 by J. Tomlinson.

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A map of Saltley Manor in the Parish od Aston in the County of Warwick surveyed 1760 by J. Tomlinson.
Ref: 8990009



An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen.

Approx 49.5cms by 40cms.


Price: 95.00
  



The Plan of Birmingham, surveyed in the year 1731.

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The Plan of Birmingham, surveyed in the year 1731.
Ref: 8990008

The Plan of Birmingham, surveyed by William Westley in 1731, is dedicated to Warwickshire’s two Members of Parliament, the Honourable Edward Digby and William Peyto Esquire In the Year 1730 Birmingham Contained 30 streets, 100 Courts & Alleys, 2504 Houses, 15032 Inhabitants, one Church dedicated to St. Martin & a Chappel to St. John & a School founded by Edward 6th also 2 Dissenting Meeting Houses. The Increase of this Town from 1700 to ye Year 1731 is as follows 25 streets, 50 Courts & Alleys, 1215 Houses, 8254 inhabitants together with a new Church, Charity School, Market Cross & 2 Meeting Houses for a further account see ye prospect. An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen.

Approx 49.5cms by 40cms.


Price: 225.00
  



Aston Manor in the County of Warwick.

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Aston Manor in the County of Warwick.
Ref: 8990007



John Tomlinson’s Plan of Aston Manor, 1758. An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen.

Approx 54cms by 42.5cms.


Price: 95.00
  



A map Bordesley Manor in the Parish of Aston in the County of Warwick Surveyed 1760 by Jno. Tomlinson.

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A map Bordesley Manor in the Parish of Aston in the County of Warwick Surveyed 1760 by Jno. Tomlinson.
Ref: 8990006

An antique plan of the manor of Bordesley by John Tomlinson which shows that the tortuous meanderings of the Rea formed the natural boundary between the two parishes of Deritend and Bordesley. An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen.

Approx 56cms by 45cms.


Price: 95.00
  



Saxton/Kip  -  Warwici Comitatus a cor nauiis olim inhabitatus.

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Saxton/Kip - Warwici Comitatus a cor nauiis olim inhabitatus.
Ref: 8981803



An antique county map of Warwickshire published in the 1607 edition of William Camden’s 'Britannia' with later hand colouring. This was the 1st edition of Britannia and was the first publication that contained a complete set of individual county maps of England and Wales. The maps were based on the earlier work of Christopher Saxton and John Norden and were engraved by William Hole and William Kip. Latin text on verso.

Approx 35cms by 29cms.


Price: 350.00
  



John Speed.

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John Speed.
Ref: 2349993


An antique county map of Warwickshire from "Theatre of Great Britaine" published by Thomas Bassett and Richard Chiswell John in 1676. Later coloured by hand. English text to verso. Inset town pland of Warwick and Coventry. Good thick paper and good margins although a little grubby in places.

Approx 50.5cms by 38cms.


Price: 695.00
  



Distance Table - Rev. Thomas Cox.

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Distance Table - Rev. Thomas Cox.
Ref: 8982828






An antique distance table by Rev. Thomas Cox for towns in the county of Warwickshire. Embellished with coats of arms of Warwick. Published in "Magna Britannia" in 1738 with later hand colouring.





Approx 14.5cms by 18.5cms.






Price: 45.00
  



Duddeston and Netchells Manor in the County of Warwick.

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Duddeston and Netchells Manor in the County of Warwick.
Ref: 8990005

An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen. In the bottom right is an 'Index to Duddeston Manor' and 'Index to Netchells Manor', which gives names to the fields on the plan.

Approx 52cms by 39cms.


Price: 95.00
  



Michael Drayton.

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Michael Drayton.
Ref: 8981889



An antique map of Warwickshire engraved by William Hole for the "Poly- olbion" by Michael Drayton, published between 1612 and 1622. Uncoloured as published. Shows parts of Staffordshire, Leicestershire and Worcestershire. All margins except the top one has been cropped to printed border.


Approx 33cm by 25cm.


Price: 450.00
  



A Plan of the Manor of Edgbaston in the County of Warwick.

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A Plan of the Manor of Edgbaston in the County of Warwick.
Ref: 8990004



An antique plan by Humphrey Sparry done in 1718. An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen.


Approx 51cms by 47cms.


Price: 95.00
  



Saxton/Kip  -   Warwici Comitatus a cor nauiis olim inhabitatus.

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Saxton/Kip - Warwici Comitatus a cor nauiis olim inhabitatus.
Ref: 8981802



An antique county map of Warwickshire published in William Camden’s 'Britannia.' in 1637 with later hand colouring. This was the first publication that contained a complete set of individual county maps of England and Wales. The maps were based on the earlier work of Christopher Saxton and John Norden and were engraved by William Hole and William Kip.


Approx 35cms by 29cms.


Price: 250.00
  



Street Map of the Borough of Birmingham  published by order of the Council, reduced from the Survey now in progress under the direction of J. Pigott Smith, C.E., surveyor to the Corporation.

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Street Map of the Borough of Birmingham published by order of the Council, reduced from the Survey now in progress under the direction of J. Pigott Smith, C.E., surveyor to the Corporation.
Ref: 8990003

An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen. Street Index down right, large compass rose. Extends from the Bear at Smethwick in the West, Soho Pool in the North, River Tame and Saltley Station in the East, Edgbaston Pool in the South.

Approx 80cms by 54cms.


Price: 175.00
  



To The Right Honourable William Earl of Dartmouth, Viscount Lewisham &c. &c. and Liberal Patron of its Public Institutions........

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To The Right Honourable William Earl of Dartmouth, Viscount Lewisham &c. &c. and Liberal Patron of its Public Institutions........
Ref: 8990002



............ This Map of Birmingham, engraved from a minute trigonometrical survey made in the years 1824 & 1825. [Inset:] Plan of the town of Birmingham taken in the year 1731. This, the largest scale map since 1778 and the largest until 1855, was the first Birmingham map surveyed by triangulation. An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen.


Approx 45.5cms by 49cms.



Price: 125.00
  



 Map of Barlichway Hundred  -   Henry Beighton

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Map of Barlichway Hundred - Henry Beighton
Ref: 2353900




A Map of Barlichway Hundred Reduc'd from an Actual Survey made in the Year 1725 by Henry Beighton Fellow of the Royal Society. 1729. Published in 1730 with later hand colouring.




Approx 32.5cms by 35cms.


Price: 175.00
  



Street Map of the Borough of Birmingham, published by order of the Council.  William S. Till.  Borough Surveyor.  1884.

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Street Map of the Borough of Birmingham, published by order of the Council. William S. Till. Borough Surveyor. 1884.
Ref: 8990001


A large folding antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen. The network of Birmingham canals and railways are shown.

Approx 88cms by 61cms.


Price: 225.00
  



To the Commisioners of the Street Acts, this map of the town and parish of Birmingham  shewing the Boundaries as perambulated by them, in the year 1810.......

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To the Commisioners of the Street Acts, this map of the town and parish of Birmingham shewing the Boundaries as perambulated by them, in the year 1810.......
Ref: 8990000




An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen. Published April 1811 by John Kempson. It has the same set of Hackney Coach fares as on Kempson’s 1808 town map in the bottom left hand corner. A network of new roads and the canal system around Birmingham is indicated. Outside the parish boundary, the Bear Inn on the road to Halesowen and Hagley at the Holly Bush, the Cape of Good Hope on the road to Dudley and the Custard House on Rylands Road in Edgbaston are shown.


Approx 46cms by 69cms.




Price: 125.00
  



Town of Birmingham.

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Town of Birmingham.
Ref: 8989999



An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen. "John Kempson Surveyor, St Paul;s Square, Birmingham, Published January 1st 1808". It is the first map to show the complete canal network around Birmingham in its true position. It is also the first map to show toll gates on Spring Hill, on the road to Dudley and on Great Hampton Street, on the road to Soho, Walsall, Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury. Sheep Street near Gosta Green is missing.


Approx 31cms by 39cms.


Price: 125.00
  



Plan of Birmingham surveyed by Thomas Hanson 1778.  Engraved by T. Roe.

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Plan of Birmingham surveyed by Thomas Hanson 1778. Engraved by T. Roe.
Ref: 8989998

An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen. It shows the canal from Wolverhampton and the South Staffordshire coalfields that was completed in 1769. A text box in the top left hand corner of the map is principally copied from that of Samuel Bradford’s Plan of Birmingham 1750 but adds information on the current population and housing, changes to the Fairs, the two new chapels, the two theatres and the Birmingham Canal.

Approx 59cms by 41cms.


Price: 125.00
  



 A Plan of Birmingham, was surveyed in MDCCL by Samuel Bradford and engraved  by Thomas Jeffrys, Geographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

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A Plan of Birmingham, was surveyed in MDCCL by Samuel Bradford and engraved by Thomas Jeffrys, Geographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
Ref: 8989997

An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen. The original was "Published according to the Act of Parliament by Thos Jeffrys at the corner of StMartin’s Lane, Charing Cross London April 29 1751." It shows the town growing to the north and west. It shows a new Anglican chapel, several new non-conformist meeting houses and the town’s first brasshouse.

Approx 58cms by 48cms.


Price: 125.00
  



 Plan of the Parish of Birmingham taken in the Year 1779 by John Snape

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Plan of the Parish of Birmingham taken in the Year 1779 by John Snape
Ref: 8989996




An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen. The town of Birmingham appears at the bottom of the Plan and New Street is indicated. The town is surrounded to north, west and south by a network of fields except to the north-west of the parish where the unbroken expanse of Birmingham Heath is crossed by the canal. The map is divided into a grid of 96 squares, labelled a to h along top and bottom and 1 to 12 down the sides, presumably to simplify the process of finding individual features or fields.


Approx 38.5cms by 59.5cms.




Price: 125.00
  



A Map of Little Bromwich Manor in the Parish of Aston in the County of Warwick.  Surveyed 1759.

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A Map of Little Bromwich Manor in the Parish of Aston in the County of Warwick. Surveyed 1759.
Ref: 8989995



An antique plan which was published in "Plans of Birmingham and Vicinity, Ancient and Modern" in 1884. 'The above Plans were copied, printed and several of them reduced, by order of the Public Works Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Birmingham, from Plans in the Public Offices and others lent by several Gentlemen.


Approx 54cms by 47cms.


Price: 95.00
  



Cole & Roper.

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Cole & Roper.
Ref: 8984071




An antique map originally engraved for The Beauties of England and Wales by E.W. Brayley and J. Britton, but was used unchanged in Cole & Roper's 'The British Atlas comprising a Complete Set of County Maps of England and Wales....in 1810; the maps were then re-used in Joseph Nightingale's English Topography in 1816, and in the first edition of Dugdale's Curiosities of Great Britain, England & Wales Delineated 1835 (later editions used maps by John Archer). The maps were then used by Henry George Collins who produced the maps by lithographic transfer. Circa 1850.



Approx 17cms by 23cms.





Price: 50.00
  



Jacob Van Langeren.

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Jacob Van Langeren.
Ref: 8982804





An antique thumbnail county map and county mileage table, engraved by Jacob Van Langeren, which was published by Thomas Jenner in his 'A Direction for the English Traveller, by which he shall be inabled to Coast about England and Wales...' in 1643. Scale of 10miles = 1/2 inch.



Approx 10.5cms by 10.5cms.






Price: 110.00
  



Thomas Conder.

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Thomas Conder.
Ref: 8982748






An antique county map published by George Augustus Walpoole and Alexander Hogg (London) in "The New British Traveller" in 1784. Engraved by Thomas Conder. Decorative title cartouche and arms of Warwick. Trimmed to printed borders on bottom as usual.





Approx 11cms by 17.5cms.









Price: 55.00
  



Robert Morden.

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Robert Morden.
Ref: 8982741




An antique county map from "The New Description and State of England, containing the Mapps of the Counties of England and Wales, in Fifty Three Copper-Plates, Newly Design'd, Exactly Drawn and Engraven by the best Artists." "London, Printed for Robert Morden, in Cornhill; Thomas Cockerill, at the Three Leggs and Bible against Grocers-Hall in the Poultry; and Ralph Smith, at the Bible under the Piazza of the Royal Exchange, 1701" with later hand colouring. "Perfected, Corrected and Enlarg'd by Mr Moll (Herman) .... in 1708.



Approx 16.5cms by 20.5cms.






Price: 95.00
  



John Cary.

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John Cary.
Ref: 8981998



A miniature antique county map by John Cary and like all his work work, the engraving is extremely fine, and although it is a small map it is clearly defined. London, Published by G. & J. Cary, No. 86 St James's Str. Published in 1824 with original hand colouring. The title is at the top with a semicircular compass above. At the bottom there is a table of distances from London. They came about at a time when roads were being used as never before, and therefore the need for accurate road maps was imminent. Good margins and fine condition.




Approx 9cms by 14cms.







Price: 35.00
  



William Pinnock.

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William Pinnock.
Ref: 8981805






An antique county map engraved by J. Archer, published by W. Edwards in William Pinnock's "The Guide to Knowledge". Circa 1835. The map was produced by while line engraving.





Approx 16.5cms by 22.5cms.





Price: 65.00
  



Robert Morden.

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Robert Morden.
Ref: 8981804






This is an antique county map of Warwickshire by Robert Morden which is smaller in size to those he published in 1695. This map is from "The New Description and State of England." published in 1701 with later hand colouring.





Approx 20.5cm by 16.5cm.





Price: 85.00
  



Birmingham.

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Birmingham.
Ref: 8981100



An antique plan of Birmingham 'Revised to Present Time by John Dawer. F.R.G.S.' London Published by Cassell, Petter & Galpin, La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill, E.C in "Cassell's General Atlas...". Circa 1870.


Approx 43cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 95.00
  



Perrot.

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Perrot.
Ref: 2355759



This rare and curious antique map of Northampton, Warwick, Leicester and Rutland was produced from the research of Aristide Michael Perrot and engraved by Adrien Migneret, was published in G. B. Depping's L'Angleterre. Ou Description Historique et Topographique Du Royaume Royaume Uni De La Grande-Bretagn in 1823. This map, a copper plate engraving, has original outline hand colouring. Some maps show a single county, but more often two or more counties were joined to form a group which is similar in industry, agriculture and terrain.



Approx 8cms by 11.5cms.




Price: 95.00
  



George Philip.

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George Philip.
Ref: 2355504





An antique county map published by George Philip & Son, London & Liverpool, in "Philips' Atlas of the Counties of England including Maps of North & South Wales, The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man". Circa 1880. Centrefold as published.





Approx 34cms by 42cms.





Price: 35.00
  



Course of the River Avon, from its source at Naesby, to its junction with the Severn at Tewksbury.

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Course of the River Avon, from its source at Naesby, to its junction with the Severn at Tewksbury.
Ref: 2355076

An antique map published by Samuel Ireland in 1795. The river flows through the counties of Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire and joins the River Severn at Tewksbury.

Approx 21cms by 13cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Stratford  on  Avon Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.

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Stratford on Avon Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.
Ref: 8980298







A detailed plan showing the existing boundaries and the proposed boundary changes produced by Lieutenant Robert Kearsley Dawson, Royal Engineers, whose distinctive signature appears on each of these maps and plans. These maps and plans were the result of the Reform Bill of 1831 and the Boundaries Act of July, 1831. Circa 1832 - 37 with original colouring. Some offsetting.






Approx 19cms by 26cms.






Price: 45.00
  



A Mapp of Warwickshire....Henry Beighton.

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A Mapp of Warwickshire....Henry Beighton.
Ref: 2354020




A very detailed and scarce map of Warwickshire by Henry Beightopn, marking Boundaries and Divisions, Rivers, Brooks and Rills, the Roman Roads and Stations, Parish Churches and Chapels. From an Actuall Survey, made in the Year 1725. Engraved by I. Mynde. Published in 1730.



Approx 38cms by 40.5cms.


Price: 225.00
  



Warwick Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.

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Warwick Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.
Ref: 8980270




A detailed plan showing the existing boundaries and the proposed boundary changes produced by Lieutenant Robert Kearsley Dawson, Royal Engineers, whose distinctive signature appears on each of these maps and plans. These maps and plans were the result of the Reform Bill of 1831 and the Boundaries Act of July, 1831. Circa 1832 - 37 with original colouring. Some offsetting.


Approx 30cms by 27 cms.



Price: 65.00
  



 Kineton Hundred  -  Henry Beighton.

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Kineton Hundred - Henry Beighton.
Ref: 2353901




A Map of Kineton Hundred Reduced from an Actual Survey made in the Year 1725 by Henry Beighton of Griffin, Warwickshire. F.R.S. 1730. Published in 1730 with later hand colouring.





Approx 33.5cms by 35.5cms.


Price: 175.00
  



George Ellis.

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George Ellis.
Ref: 2353669




An antique county map engraved by James Wallis and published in "Ellis's New and Correct Atlas of England and Wales....." in 1819 with contemporary hand colouring. This atlas is a re-issue of James Wallis's "A New and Improved County Atlas" of 1812.





Approx 18cms by 26.5cms.








Price: 65.00
  



John Bartholomew - George Philip.

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John Bartholomew - George Philip.
Ref: 2352018






An antique county map drawn and engraved by John Bartholomew published by George Philip & Son London & Liverpool, in " Philips' Handy Atlas of the Counties of England in 1879.





Approx 15.5cms by 20.5cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Warwick Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.

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Warwick Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.
Ref: 8980271




A detailed plan showing the existing boundaries and the proposed boundary changes produced by Lieutenant Robert Kearsley Dawson, Royal Engineers, whose distinctive signature appears on each of these maps and plans. These maps and plans were the result of the Reform Bill of 1831 and the Boundaries Act of July, 1831. Circa 1832 - 37 with original colouring. Some offsetting.



Approx 24cms by 29 cms.







Price: 45.00
  



John Heywood.

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John Heywood.
Ref: 2351733




An antique lithographic county map published in "The Travelling Atlas of England and Wales shewing the Railways, Roads, Cities, Towns, Parks, Gentlemen's Seats &c. &c." in 1858 with contemporary hand colouring. Printed and Published by John Heywood, 170, Deansgate, Manchester. Piano-key border.




Approx 15cms by 19cms.


Price: 50.00
  



Plan of Birmingham.

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Plan of Birmingham.
Ref: 2351600



An antique town plan of Birmingham by William Mackenzie, London, Edinburgh & Glasgow. Circa 1885.

Approx 28cms by 24cms.


Price: 30.00
  



George Alexander Cooke.

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George Alexander Cooke.
Ref: 2351370



An antique county map by George Alexander Cooke published in 'Topography of Great Britain, or British Traveller's Pocket Directory' by Sherwood, Neely and Jones. Circa 1806 - 1822 with original hand colouring. Some offsetting.


Approx 11cms by 12.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Warwickshire by J. & C. Walker.

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Warwickshire by J. & C. Walker.
Ref: 2350672




An antique county map engraved by John & Charles Walker which was published in "The British Atlas" in 1851 by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Co. Showing the Roads, Railways, Canals, Parks, Boundaries & Boroughs &c. Original outline and wash hand colouring.




Approx 32cms by 39cms.


Price: 60.00
  



Lewis' Topographical Dictionary

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Lewis' Topographical Dictionary
Ref: 2350374





An antique county map drawn by R. Creighton and engraved by T. Starling, Wilmington Square, London. Published in the "Atlas to the Topographical Dictionaries of England and Wales" by S. Lewis and Co., 13, Finsbury Place, South in 1849. Original outline colour.





Approx 18cms by 22.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Map of Birmingham Divide into half mile squares.

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Map of Birmingham Divide into half mile squares.
Ref: 2349041

A highly detailed map of the city of Birmingham,showing museums, buildings, roads and railways, parks and waterways. The plan is flanked by a comprehensive index of streets. From the 'New Ordnance Atlas of the British Isles, with large-scale plans of towns... by G.W. Bacon'. Published: London. c.1885.

Approx 48.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 90.00
  



William Lewis.

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William Lewis.
Ref: 8980327





An antique county map published by William Lewis in 'Lewis's New Traveller's Guide and Panorama of England and Wales' in 1836. Top margin cropped close to printed border.





Approx 9.5cms by 13cms.







Price: 30.00
  



Birmingham  (Divisions of Extended Borough) -  Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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Birmingham (Divisions of Extended Borough) - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 2345386

This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes.

Approx 51cms by 33cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Birmingham

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Birmingham
Ref: 8993



An antique town plan of Birmingham engraved by J. & C. Walker and drawn by R.Creighton, published in Samuel Lewis's "Topographical Dictionary of England" in 1835.

Approx 23.5cms by 18.5cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Birmingham.

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Birmingham.
Ref: 8656


An antique plan of Birmingham. Engraved by J. Bartholomew. Published by Archibald Fullarton in "The Imperial Gazeteer of England and Wales" in 1866-69. Original outline colouring.

Approx 31cms by 23.5cms.


Price: 55.00
  



Warwick (Extended Borough) -  Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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Warwick (Extended Borough) - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 2345375



This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes.


Approx 30cms by 36.5cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Laurie & Whittle.

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Laurie & Whittle.
Ref: 2348473




An antique county map published in Laurie & Whittle's 'New and Improved English Atlas Divided into Counties' in 1807. Original outline colouring. These maps were first published in "The Universal Magazine" and are engraved by Benjamin Baker. Some age toning and occasional spotting.




Approx 18cms by 22cms.


Price: 125.00
  



Neele.

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Neele.
Ref: 2348187






An antique county map engraved by Neele which was published by James Dugdale in his "The New British Traveller or Modern Panorama of England and Wales". Published by J. Robins & Co. Albion Press, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row, London in 1819. All margins trimmed close to printed borders.





Approx 20cms by 24cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Peter Schenk and Gerhard Valk  -  Wigorniensis Comitatus cum Warwicensi nec non Coventriae Libratas.

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Peter Schenk and Gerhard Valk - Wigorniensis Comitatus cum Warwicensi nec non Coventriae Libratas.
Ref: 2346970


An antique engraved reticulated map with contemporary hand colouring, elaborate black and white cartouche and mileage scale. Some oxidising to old colouring. Circa 1710. Wide margins.

Approx 51cms by 42cms.


Price: 350.00
  



Henry George Collins.

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Henry George Collins.
Ref: 2346046




An antique county map of Warwickshire by Henry George Collins. Produced by lithographic transfer. Circa 1850. Slight paper loss in centrefold on left side.




Approx 17.5cms by 24cms.


Price: 35.00
  



J. & C. Walker.

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J. & C. Walker.
Ref: 2350344




An antique county map of Warwickshire by John and Charles Walker from their "British Atlas" Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Co. Paternoster Row, London March 1st, 1837. Further editions were published in 1846, 1852, 1861, 1862 (to which railways were now added) and 1870. Some surface dirt and some restoration to centrefold. No paper loss.





Approx 32cms by 39cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Warwickshire (New Divisions of County) -  Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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Warwickshire (New Divisions of County) - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 2345376




This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes.



Approx 23.5cms by 35cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Archer.

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Archer.
Ref: 10917





An antique county map of Warwickshire drawn and engraved by Joshua ARCHER and published by Thomas DUGDALE in 1847. Has been coloured by hand.




Approx 23cm by 18cm


Price: 30.00
  



Archibald Fullarton.

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Archibald Fullarton.
Ref: 9940




This antique county map was published in 'A New Comprehensive Gazetteer of England' by James Bell 1833 - 34 with later hand colouring. A vignette view of Coventry with Churches of Trinity and St. Michael's top right corner. Has a few horizontal folds published.



Approx 19cms by 23.5cms.



Price: 40.00
  


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