Map. Channel Islands, by John Tallis, ca.1851

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Tallis, John: Channel Islands. London. [ca.1851]. From the Montgomery Martin Illustrated Atlas.

Tallis, John: Channel Islands. London. [ca.1851]. From the Montgomery Martin Illustrated Atlas. Map engraved by Rapkin. Size approx 360 x 260mm. Original steel engraved map with original outline hand colouring. 5 vignettes include St Peters Port, Castle Cornet, Druidian Alter near Lancresse, Mount Orgueil Castle and Jersey. Decorative border encloses 2 maps of the large islands of Jersey and Guernsey with an inset of the other islands. Single page unfolded map in excellent, clean condition. Associated text page of the Montgomery Martin Atlas included. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 90239 £40

 

Map of Cheshire by John Seller. 1787

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Seller, John. Cheshire. 1787 Quarto page with map and text. Map size 12cm x 15cm, early hand coloured.

Seller, John. Cheshire. 1787 Quarto page with map and text. Map size 12cm x 15cm, early hand coloured. Map showing the hundreds, towns and hill areas. Text below map and over with a description of Cheshire and the antiquities therein. This map used by Grose for the Antiquities of England with all reference to Seller removed. Early paint mark below lower border, otherwise in good clean and bright condition.  Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 91203 £40

 

Map of The County Palatine of Chester by Robert Morden. 1695

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Morden, Robert: The County Palatine of Chester. Sold by Abel Swale Awnsham and John Churchill. 1695.
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Morden, Robert: The County Palatine of Chester. Sold by Abel Swale Awnsham and John Churchill. 1695. Cheshire Detail.

Morden, Robert: The County Palatine of Chester. Sold by Abel Swale Awnsham and John Churchill. 1695. Uncoloured map with strapwork title cartouche. Sheet size 17cm x 15cm, amp size 16.5cm x 13.5cm. Light discolouration along centre fold, two short tears, without loss, skilfully repaired to lower blank margin. A very clean and bight map. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

 Cat. No. 91201 £50

Map of Cheshire. John Cary. 1805

 

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Cary, John: A Map of Cheshire. John Stockdale 26th March 1805.
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Cary, John: A Map of Cheshire. John Stockdale 26th March 1805. Detail.

Cary, John: A Map of Cheshire. John Stockdale 26th March 1805. Engraved by J Cary 43x 53cm. Uncloloured. Two vertical folds. Some age toning on map, otherwise good strong print with great detail and accuracy. Excellent condition. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.  
Cat. No. 91195 £40

Map of Cheshire, by John Speed, Published By Basset & Chiswell, 1676

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John Speed. Map of Cheshire. 1676.
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John Speed. Map of Cheshire. 1676. Reverse

 

 

 

 

 

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John Speed. Map of Cheshire. 1676. Setail of Chester.
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John Speed. Map of Cheshire. 1676. Cartouche Detail.
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John Speed. Map of Cheshire. 1676. Cartouche Detail.

 

 

 

 

 

Speed, John : Cheshire. The Countye Palatine of Chester with that most Ancient Citie described. Basset & Chiswell, [London, 1610-1676]. Size approx 510mm x 380mm ( 20 x 15 inches). Early hand coloured double page copper engraved map. From Speed’s “The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain” with English text on verso and a description of the county and a gazetteer. Inset town plan of Chester. Seven coast of arms of “The Armes of the Earles of Chester since the Norman Conquest”. Four decorative cartouches. Speed has used William Smith’s revisions of Saxton and the Braun & Hogenberg plan of Chester. Good margins. Very small hole (approx 2mm or 1/10in) in the decorative border, otherwise fine condition. A strong dark impression of this famous decorative county map of Cheshire.
In this map of Cheshire, Speed acknowledges this in the publication line as “assisted by William Smyth”, Speed has used William Smith’s revisions of Saxton and the Braun & Hogenberg plan of Chester.  Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 90513 £750

Original Cooper Engraved Map of Durham by Kitchin. ca.1780

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Thomas Kitchin: A New and Correct Map of Durham drawn from the latest Authorities. The London Magazine, ca.1780.

Thomas Kitchin: A New and Correct Map of Durham drawn from the latest Authorities. The London Magazine, ca.1780. A copper engraved, hand coloured map of the county with a pictorial title cartouche, county shield, compass pointer, scale (approx 10 miles to the inch) and explanation. Shows the roads, parks and the towns of Durham, Bishop Auckland, Darlington, Hartlepool, Newcastle and Sunderland. Image size approx. 195mm x 170mm. An attractive, detailed antique map in very good clean and bright condition.  Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 90381 £30

Original Copper Engraved Map of Glocester Shire [Gloucestershire] by Kitchin. ca.1780

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Thomas Kitchin: A New Map of Glocester Shire drawn from the latest Authorities. The London Magazine, ca.1780

Thomas Kitchin: A New Map of Glocester Shire drawn from the latest Authorities. The London Magazine, ca.1780. A copper engraved, hand coloured map of the county with a pictorial title cartouche, county shield, compass pointer, scale (approx 15 miles to the inch) and explanation. Shows the roads, parks and the towns of Gloucester [Gloucester], Bristol, Cirencester, Evesham and Cheltenham. Image size approx. 195mm x 170mm. An attractive, detailed map in clean and bright condition.  Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 90378 £30

Original Copper Engraved Map of Shropshire by Kitchin ca.1780

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Thomas Kitchin: A New Map of Shropshire drawn from the latest Authorities. The London Magazine, ca.1780.

Thomas Kitchin: A New Map of Shropshire drawn from the latest Authorities. The London Magazine, ca.1780. A copper engraved, hand coloured map of the county with a pictorial title cartouche, county shield, compass pointer, scale (approx 10 miles to the inch) and explanation. Shows the roads, parks and the towns of Shrewsbury, Ludlow, Bridgenorth and Whichurch. Image size approx. 195mm x 170mm. An attractive, detailed antique map in very good clean and bright condition. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 90376 £30

Original Copper Engraved Map of Hereford [Herefordshire], by Kitchin ca.1780

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Thomas Kitchin: A New Map of Hereford Shire drawn from the latest Authorities. The London Magazine, ca.1780

Thomas Kitchin: A New Map of Hereford Shire drawn from the latest Authorities. The London Magazine, ca.1780. A copper engraved, hand coloured map of the county with a pictorial title cartouche, county shield, compass pointer, scale (approx 10 miles to the inch) and explanation. Shows the roads, parks and the towns of Monmouth, Hereford, Ledbury. Image size approx. 195mm x 170mm. An attractive, detailed antique map in very good clean and bright condition. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 90375 £30

Original Copper Engraved Map of Buckinghamshire, by Kitchin (ca.1780)

 

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Thomas Kitchin: A New Map of Buckinghamshire drawn from the latest Authorities. The London Magazine, ca.1780.

Thomas Kitchin: A New Map of Buckinghamshire drawn from the latest Authorities. The London Magazine, ca.1780. A copper engraved, hand coloured map of the county with a pictorial title cartouche, county shield, compass pointer, scale (approx 10 miles to the inch) and explanation. Shows the roads, parks and the towns of Maidenhead, Uxbridge, Leighton Buzzard, Bicester, and Startford. Image size approx. 195mm x 170mm. Minor smudge above crest. An attractive, detailed genuine antique map in very good clean and bright condition.  Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 90372 £30