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GREAM, Thomas
William Faden, London, 4 June 1795
A Topographical Map for the County of Sussex
790 x 1915 mm., the whole, in four separate sheets, early outline colour, trimmed to the top and bottom borders, sheet 2 with tear upper left just into the image, repaired, a couple of areas of margin weakness otherwise a good example.
Stock number: 11009
£ 1,750
   

TUNNICLIFF, William
Salisbury, 1791
[A Topographical Survey of the Counties of Hants, Wilts, Dorset, Somerset, Devon, and Cornwall, Commonly called the Western Circuit] Wiltshire
Octavo (230 x 160 mm.), no boards, the Wiltshire section only which includes pp. 51-89, a folding map of Wiltshire 495 x 370 mm., in early wash colour, with binding tear 50 mm. in length repaired, an Index Table of Distances for Wiltshire and 7 plates of the Arms of the Nobility of the County, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 11007
£ 295
   

CARY, John
J. Cary No. 86 St. James's Street, London, 1782-[84]
London, Westminster and Southwark, Accurately delineated from the latest Surveys
415 x 560 mm., early outline and wash colour, dissected and laid on contemporary linen, light toning to the text below, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 11006
£ 650
   

BOWEN, Emanuel & KITCHIN, Thomas
Robert Wilkinson, Carington Bowles, and Robert Sayer, London, 1750-[c.79]
A New Improved Map of Oxfordshire
540 x 700 mm., in early outline colour, cut and dissected and laid on contemporary linen, with original marbled paper slipcase lwith recent label attached, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 11005
£ 475
   

BOWEN, Emanuel & KITCHIN, Thomas
John Bowles, Robert Sayer, and Carington Bowles , London, 1752-[c.67]
An Accurate Map of Northamptonshire
540 x 710 mm., in early outline colour, cut and dissected and laid on contemporary linen, with contemporary marbled paper slipcase, with the printed label of the original seller John Sayer slightly torn, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 11004
£ 150
   

MILNE, Thomas
William Faden Charing Cross, London, 4 June 1796
Hampshire or the County of Southampton including the Isle of Wight
665 x 580 mm., early outline and wash colour, cut and dissected as issued in 20 sections, linen-backed with original publisher's label of Faden attached to the verso, folding into the original marbled paper slipcase, worn, with printed label of William Faden dated 1796, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 11003
£ 850
   

BOWEN, Emanuel & KITCHIN, Thomas
London, c.1760
Hampshire
540 x 700 mm., in early outline colour, folded and laid on contemporary linen, imprint below trimmed, in attractive marbled board slipcase, complete with the printed label of the map seller Robert Sayer, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 11002
£ 395
   

KITCHIN, Thomas
Carington Bowles, London, 1769-[c.74]
Bowles's Reduced Map of Sussex
160 x 315 mm., in very good condition.
Stock number: 11001
£ 175
   

KITCHIN, Thomas
London, 1769
(Hampshire)
230 x 210 mm., in good condition.
Stock number: 11000
£ 150
   

SAXTON, Christopher - HOLE, William
George Bishop and John Norton, London, 1607-[10]
Scotia Regnum
260 x 310 mm., with fine recent wash colour, in good condition
Stock number: 10999
£ 475
   

SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William
George Bishop and John Norton, London, 1607-[10]
Penbrok Comitatus olim Pars Demetarum
280 x 340 mm., light waterstain to lower margin, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10998
£ 195
   

NORDEN, John - KIP, William
George Bishop and John Norton, London, 1607
Surrey olim Sedes Regnorum
THE FIRST AVAILABLE PRINTED MAP OF SURREY, FIRST EDITION. 290 x 335 mm., with little show through of text, one mark lower right, contemporary notes to the verso, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10997
£ 295
   

SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William
George Bishop and John Norton, London, 1607-[10]
Norfolciae
270 x 385 mm., with recent outline and wash colour, three minor tears in the lower margin repaired, not affecting the image, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10996
£ 250
   

NORDEN, John - KIP, William
George Bishop and John Norton, London, 1607-[10]
Middlesex olima Trinobantibus habitata
275 x 340 mm., some printers ink, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10995
£ 195
   

NORDEN, John - KIP, William
George Bishop and John Norton, London, 1607-[10]
Cantium Quod nunc Kent
280 x 380 mm., in good condition.
Stock number: 10994
£ 285
   

SAXTON, Christopher - HOLE, William
George Bishop and John Norton, London, 1607
Frugiferi Herefordiae
THE FIRST PRINTED MAP OF THE COUNTY OF HEREFORD. 240 x 330 mm., with recent wash colour, light offsetting of text, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10993
£ 135
   

NORDEN, John - HOLE, William
George Bishop and John Norton, London, 1607-[10]
Hamshire olim pars Belgarum
295 x 320 mm., light toning along the centrefold, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10992
£ 325
   

SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William
George Bishop and John Norton, London, 1607-[10]
Cornwall Olim pars Danmoniorum
300 x 395 mm., with recent wash colour, cut close upper right, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10991
£ 295
   

SAXTON, Christopher - HOLE, William
George Bishop and John Norton, London, 1607-[10]
Comitatus Bercheriae vulgo Barkshyre ...
THE FIRST PRINTED MAP OF BERKSHIRE. 240 x 330 mm., in good condition.
Stock number: 10990
£ 250
   

SAXTON, Christopher - HOLE, William
George Bishop and John Norton, London, 1607
Englalond Anglia Anglo Saxonum Heptarchia
275 x 320 mm., with recent outline and wash colour, in good condition.
Stock number: 10989
£ 265
   

JENNER, Thomas - GARRETT, John
John Garrett at the South Entrance of the Royall Exchange, London, 1644-[76]
A Mappe of Kent, Southsex, Surrey, Middlesex, Barke and Southampton Shire & the Ile of Wight, Part of Essex & Wiltshire, etc.
280 x 505 mm., early outline colour, trimmed to the upper margin with some loss upper left, margin extended, small area of loss along fold, repaired, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10988
£ 295
   

BLOME, Richard
London, 1673
A Mapp of Surrey with its Hundreds
260 x 310 mm., in good condition.
Stock number: 10987
£ 175
   

BLOME, Richard
London, 1673
A Mapp of Hantshire
300 x 260 mm., in good condition.
Stock number: 10986
£ 275
   

MORDEN, Robert
London, 1695
Middlesex
FIRST EDITION. 360 x 420 mm., in good condition.
Stock number: 10985
£ 110
   

MORDEN, Robert
London, 1695
Hampshire
365 x 420 mm., in recent outline and wash colour, in good condition.
Stock number: 10984
£ 195
   

SPEED, John
George Humbell in ye Popes head alley, London, 1612
Northampton Shire
FIRST EDITION. 380 x 510 mm., in later outline and wash colour, in good condition.
Stock number: 10983
£ 495
   

SMITH, William - OVERTON, John
John Overton over against Sepulchers church, London, c.1603-[c.1670]
Northamptoniae Comitatus Descriptio
365 x 480 mm., originally side bound as issued, no centrefold guard, in good condition with wide margins.
Stock number: 10982
£ 650
   

ORTELIUS, Abraham
Antwerp, 1573-[95]
Angliae Regni Florentissimi Nova Descriptio, Auctore Humfredo Lhuyd Denbygiense
380 x 470 mm., an excellent dark impression in very good condition.
Stock number: 10981
£ 850
   

MERCATOR, Geradus
Jodocus Hondius, Amsterdam, 1595-[1611]
Warwicum, Northhamtonia, Huntingdonia, Cantabrigia, Suffolcia, Oxonium, Buckinghamia, Bedfordia, Hartfordia, Essexia, Berceria, Middelsexia, Southhatonia, Surria, Cantiu & Southsexia
365 x 470 mm., with recent full wash colour, top and bottom centrefold splits repaired, two margin paper faults, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10980
£ 250
   

BLAEU, Joan
Amsterdam, 1645-[48]
Middle-sexia
390 x 405 mm., With early outline colour, in double-glazed frame, in good condition.
Stock number: 10979
£ 495
   

SAXTON, Christopher - LEA, Philip
Philip Lea, London, 1575-[1693]
Hampshire by C: Saxton Corected & many Aditions by P: Lea
385 x 440 mm., with an old repair to lower centrefold split 30 mm. into the map, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10978
£ 2,250
   

NORDEN, John - OVERTON, John
Printed and sold by john Overton at ye white horse without Newgate, London, c.1595-[c.1720]
Hamshire
395 x 425 mm., in early outline colour with wash to the sea and cartouche, in good condition.
Stock number: 10977
£ 2,750
   

SAXTON, Christopher - JEFFERYS, Thomas
Philip Lea, London, 1576-[1693]
The County of Northampton togeather with ye three small Counties of Bedford Huntingdon and Rutland, exactly drawen by one Scale by C.S. Corrected & Amended with many Additions By P. Lea
EXTREMELY RARE FINAL STATE OF SAXTON'S MAP. 400 x 525 mm., early outline colour, in excellent condition.
Stock number: 10976
£ 1,500
   

PLOT, Robert
Oxford, 1682-[86]
To the most Honble: ... This Map of Staffordshire ...
FIRST STATE. 640 x 540 mm., trimmed close, with folds as issued, in good condition.
Stock number: 10975
£ 950
   

SEALE, Richard William
John Bowles Cornhill & Carington Bowles in St. Pauls Church Yard & Robt. Sayer, in Fleet Street, London, 1751-[c.67]
To the Most Noble Thomas Holles Pelham, Duke of Newcastle ... this Map of the County of Middlesex is Dedicated
525 x 725 mm., early outline colour, small tear in upper margin repaired, not effecting the image, light fraying to margin lower right, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10974
£ 750
   

BOWEN, Emanuel & KITCHIN, Thomas
London, 1767
Middlesex Divided into Hundreds ...
230 x 330 mm., with early outline colour, in good condition.
Stock number: 10973
£ 110
   

ORTELIUS, Abraham
Antwerp, 1579-[80]
Anjou. Andegavensium Ditionis Vera et Integra Desciptio
360 x 480 mm., in recent wash colour, good condition.
Stock number: 10972
£ 225
   

ORTELIUS, Abraham
Antwerp, 1598-[1602]
Touraine. Turonensis Ducatus et Confinium Galliae Celticae Descriptio
360 x 465 mm., in recent wash colour and good condition.
Stock number: 10971
£ 195
   

BARCLAY, The Rev. James
James S. Virtue, City Road, and Ivy Lane, London, c.1855
A Complete and Universal Dictionary of the English LanguageA Complete and Universal Dictionary of the English LanguageA Complete and Universal Dictionary of the English LanguageA Complete and Universal Dictionary of the English LanguageA Complete and Universal Dictionary of the English Language
Quarto (275 x 215 mm.), contemporary half calf, marbled paper boards, rebacked preserving original spine with wide gilt decorated raised bands, each compartment with blind ruling, with gilt title. With engraved portrait of Queen Victoria on the throne and title, engraved title with vignette of Niagara Falls, typographic title, pp. viii, 984, with 49 engraved maps and circa 12 plates of kings and queens, Hereford with light waterstain, 1 or 2 light foxing, otherwise a good example.
Stock number: 10970
£ 650
   

CARY, John
John Cary, Engraver & Map-seller. No. 181, near Norfolk Street, Strand, London, July 1st 1809
Cary's New and Correct English Atlas: Being A New Set of County Maps from Actual SurveysCary's New and Correct English Atlas: Being A New Set of County Maps from Actual SurveysCary's New and Correct English Atlas: Being A New Set of County Maps from Actual SurveysCary's New and Correct English Atlas: Being A New Set of County Maps from Actual SurveysCary's New and Correct English Atlas: Being A New Set of County Maps from Actual Surveys
Quarto (315 x 255 mm.), contemporary quarter calf, marbled paper boards, rebacked preserving the original spine, gilt ruled bands, red calf gilt title label. With engraved title page, contents leaf, pp. 14 of 'Directions for the Junction of the Roads of England and Wales, Through all the Counties', 'Market and Borough Towns', 'Principal Post and Sub-Post-Towns', map of South Britain (small tear) and 43 county maps on 44 plates (West Riding being on two plates) and both North and South Wales, 47 maps in total, all in early outline colour, each accompanied by a leaf of descriptive text, with water stain to gutter of last few leaves, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10969
£ 875
   

BADESLADE, Thomas & TOMS, William Henry
London, 1742-[c.46]
Chorographia Britanniae. Or A Set of Maps of all the Counties in England and Wales: to which are prefix'd the following general MapsChorographia Britanniae. Or A Set of Maps of all the Counties in England and Wales: to which are prefix'd the following general MapsChorographia Britanniae. Or A Set of Maps of all the Counties in England and Wales: to which are prefix'd the following general MapsChorographia Britanniae. Or A Set of Maps of all the Counties in England and Wales: to which are prefix'd the following general MapsChorographia Britanniae. Or A Set of Maps of all the Counties in England and Wales: to which are prefix'd the following general MapsChorographia Britanniae. Or A Set of Maps of all the Counties in England and Wales: to which are prefix'd the following general Maps
IN FULL EARLY WASH COLOUR. Octavo (170 x 110 mm.), full contemporary calf, gilt panelled boards, rebacked preserving original label with ribbed spine ruled with gilt. Engraved double page title, engraved double page dedication and 53 double page plates numbered 1-50 which include 7 tables, 6 general, and 40 county maps, engraved throughout and in full contemporary wash colour, lower centrefold split to Shropshire, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10968
£ 1,950
   

MOGG, Edward
14, Great Russell Street, Covent Garden, London, 1826
Mogg's Pocket Itinerary, or the Direct and Cross Roads of England and Wales with part of the Roads of ScotlandMogg's Pocket Itinerary, or the Direct and Cross Roads of England and Wales with part of the Roads of ScotlandMogg's Pocket Itinerary, or the Direct and Cross Roads of England and Wales with part of the Roads of ScotlandMogg's Pocket Itinerary, or the Direct and Cross Roads of England and Wales with part of the Roads of ScotlandMogg's Pocket Itinerary, or the Direct and Cross Roads of England and Wales with part of the Roads of Scotland
Duodecimo (145 x 100 mm.), in contemporary half calf, marbled paper boards, blind ruled, raised bands to the spine, gilt ruled with gilt calf title label. With engraved title, half title, 12 early wash coloured aquatint views and a folding map of England and Wales, pp. vii, 356, 60, (12), with four pages of contemporary manuscript notes on front free endpapers, in good condition.
Stock number: 10967
£ 495
   

RAMBLE, Reuben
Darton and Clark, London, c.1845
The Child's Treasury of Knowledge & Amusement;or Reuben Ramble's Picture LessonsThe Child's Treasury of Knowledge & Amusement;or Reuben Ramble's Picture LessonsThe Child's Treasury of Knowledge & Amusement;or Reuben Ramble's Picture LessonsThe Child's Treasury of Knowledge & Amusement;or Reuben Ramble's Picture LessonsThe Child's Treasury of Knowledge & Amusement;or Reuben Ramble's Picture Lessons
Quarto (215 x 170 mm.), rebacked preserving full contemporary cloth binding, blind and gilt embossed boards. Four separately issued works in one volume comprising: [Living and Moving, or Horses, Railways and Coaches]. 8 woodcut plates, one backed with later paper; [Birds, and their Uses to Man], 8 lithographed plates; [Reuben Ramble's Travels in the Eastern Counties], 8 lithographed plates comprising a county map set within a pictorial border; [The Alphabet], 8 lithographed plates. In all 32 early wash coloured lithographic plates, 8 of English counties.
Stock number: 10966
£ 495
   

BAINES, Edward
Liverpool, 1824-5
Illustrations to [History, Directory, and Gazetteer, of the County Palatine of Lancaster]Illustrations to [History, Directory, and Gazetteer, of the County Palatine of Lancaster]Illustrations to [History, Directory, and Gazetteer, of the County Palatine of Lancaster]Illustrations to [History, Directory, and Gazetteer, of the County Palatine of Lancaster]
Quarto (280 x 205 mm.), contemporary half calf, paper boards bearing original ornate paper title pasted on, gilt ruled and titled spine. With 12 maps of which 4 are folding and 8 town plans, plus 2 folding tables, light wear but otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10965
£ 295
   

PHILIPOTT, Thomas
Printed by William Godbid, and are to be sold at his house over against the Anchor Inne in Little Brittain, London, 1659
Villare Cantianum: or Kent Surveyed and Illustrated. Being an exact Description of all the Parishes, Boroughs, Villages, and other respective Manors Included in the County of KentVillare Cantianum: or Kent Surveyed and Illustrated. Being an exact Description of all the Parishes, Boroughs, Villages, and other respective Manors Included in the County of KentVillare Cantianum: or Kent Surveyed and Illustrated. Being an exact Description of all the Parishes, Boroughs, Villages, and other respective Manors Included in the County of KentVillare Cantianum: or Kent Surveyed and Illustrated. Being an exact Description of all the Parishes, Boroughs, Villages, and other respective Manors Included in the County of Kent
Folio (295 x 190 mm.), in full early calf corners repaired, rebacked ribbed spine with gilt ruling and ornate gilt decoration to the compartments, gilt title and date. 12 + 401, [1] pp., with large folding engraved map, and 4 text engravings. With the errors of pagination called for. The first ten leaves a little damaged at the extremities, large folding map laid on linen with one or two areas of loss due to either worming or the double folds present as issued, tipped in, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10964
£ 2,500
   

DRAYTON, Michael
London, 1612-[13]
Poly-Olbion or a Chorographicall Description ... By Michaell Drayton Esqr.Poly-Olbion or a Chorographicall Description ... By Michaell Drayton Esqr.Poly-Olbion or a Chorographicall Description ... By Michaell Drayton Esqr.Poly-Olbion or a Chorographicall Description ... By Michaell Drayton Esqr.
Folio (270 x 185 mm.), full early calf, gilt ruled, rebacked ribbed spine, gilt ruled compartments with gilt date and title. With typographic frontispiece on verso; engraved title trimmed upper right corner; typographic title; engraved portrait of Henry Prince of Wales in the FIRST STATE with some margin restoration; dedication to Henrie Prince of Wales, on the verso verses; address to the Generall Reader [A1]; 'From the Author of the Illustrations' (John Selden) dated 9 May 1612 [A2r-A4v]; unpaginated new gathering of 4 leaves of 'A Table to the Chiefest Passages, in the Illustrations ...'; ff. B1r-Dd2r], pp. (22), 303, with 18 double page maps, that of Cornwall with upper centrefold repair, the Gloucestershire with a small repaired tear, several lightly trimmed but all in good condition and dark impressions, otherwise a good example.
Stock number: 10963
£ 4,250
   

HARRIS, John
Printed and sold by D. Midwinter, at the Three Crowns in St Pauls Church-Yard, London, 1719
The History of KentThe History of KentThe History of KentThe History of KentThe History of Kent
Folio (405 x 250 mm.), in full contemporary calf, rebacked preserving original spine, gilt panelled boards, gilt panelled ribbed spine, gilt title, light wear to lower spine, gilt edged, marbled endpapers. With engraved portrait (laid down) facing Title, Dedication, Preface, Ode to Kent, list of subscribers and index, pp. (4), iv, iv, ii, iv, 592, xl, illustrated with a large folding engraved map of the county within an ornate heraldic border, with 2 further maps and 39 views (35 double-page) of the noble houses of Kent including a fine panorama of Rochester and Chatham, the main folding map of Kent (565 x 820 mm.) in 2 sheets joined laid on linen and loosely inserted due to the heavy nature of the map, the plates of Broome, Rochester and Deane also laid on linen, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10962
£ 2,950
   

MOLL, Herman
London, 1724
A New Description of England and WalesA New Description of England and WalesA New Description of England and WalesA New Description of England and WalesA New Description of England and Wales
Folio (355 x 240 mm.), full contemporary blind ornate panelled calf, rebacked ribbed spine with red morocco gilt label. Typographic title printed in red and black, with 49 (of 50) engraved maps in their first state (4 folded), a few engraved illustrations, pp. (2), xii, 344, x, small tear to Devonshire in the margin, Sussex lacking, otherwise a good example of the first issue.
Stock number: 10961
£ 3,250
   

BURTON, William
Printed for John White at the holy lambe in Litle Brittaine near unto Aldersgate Street, London, [1622]
The Description of Leicester Shire, containing matters of antiquitye, historye, armorye, and genealogy. Written by William Burton, Esqu:The Description of Leicester Shire, containing matters of antiquitye, historye, armorye, and genealogy. Written by William Burton, Esqu:The Description of Leicester Shire, containing matters of antiquitye, historye, armorye, and genealogy. Written by William Burton, Esqu:The Description of Leicester Shire, containing matters of antiquitye, historye, armorye, and genealogy. Written by William Burton, Esqu:
Quarto (280 x 195 mm.), full eighteenth century ornate blind panelled calf, gilt ruled, rebacked ribbed spine with gilt ruled compartments, preserving original gilt dragon emblazoned calf label, gilt title. With ornate engraved frontispiece portrait laid down, pp. (x) 320 (xii), extra illustrated with a large folding map of Leicestershire and Rutland by William Smith inserted, 109 woodcut coats of arms in the text, in Roman and Italic type with printed side notes, errors of pagination as called for, an excellent example.
Stock number: 10960
£ 1,950
   

LAMBARDE, William
Edm. Bollifant, London, 1596
A Perambulation of Kent; Conteining the Description, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shyre. Written in the yeere 1570 by William Lambarde of Lincolnes Inne Gent: first published in the yeere 1576 and now increased and altered after the Authors owne last CopieA Perambulation of Kent; Conteining the Description, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shyre. Written in the yeere 1570 by William Lambarde of Lincolnes Inne Gent: first published in the yeere 1576 and now increased and altered after the Authors owne last CopieA Perambulation of Kent; Conteining the Description, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shyre. Written in the yeere 1570 by William Lambarde of Lincolnes Inne Gent: first published in the yeere 1576 and now increased and altered after the Authors owne last CopieA Perambulation of Kent; Conteining the Description, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shyre. Written in the yeere 1570 by William Lambarde of Lincolnes Inne Gent: first published in the yeere 1576 and now increased and altered after the Authors owne last Copie
Octavo (185 x 145 mm.), full contemporary calf, corners repaired, rebacked with ornate gilt embossed and ribbed spine, red calf gilt title label. With typographic title page set within ornate border, pp. [10], 588, [6], with single page map of 'Anglia Heptarchia' (slightly shaved top and bottom) and large folding map of Kent (tipped in? and repaired at the folds), last leaf with a tear, A1 strengthened along the fore edge with no loss of text, some occasional light spotting otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10959
£ 950
   

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