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Antique Maps (worldwide) mostly £50 - £90

Exchange rate (approximately):  £ 1.00 = EUR 1.15 = US-$ 1.35

AFRICA: 2001. ‘AFRICA’. A. & C. Black ca. 1850 [24996] Original coloured steel engraving, 54 x 42 cm. £60

AFRICA: 2003. ‘AFRICA’.An interesting map towards the end of the 19th century indicating the possessions and protectorates of various countries. Edward Stanford 1894 [24420] 49 x 60 cm. Full original colour. £90

AFRICA (CONTINENT): 2004. ‘AFRICA’. Map of Africa. James Wyld ca. 1849 [26387] 27 x 23 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £75

AFRICA (CONTINENT): 2005. ‘BARTHOLOMEW’S GENERAL MAP OF AFRICA’. Folding map of Africa, not dissected. John Bartholomew c. 1900 [23390] 75 x 67 cm. Full original colour. Four small insets of Cape Town, Cairo, The Nile & British Isles. £90

ALABAMA: 2007. ‘A NEW MAP OF ALABAMA WITH ITS ROADS & DISTANCES FROM PLACE TO PLACE, ALONG THE STAGE & STEAM BOAT ROUTES’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24646] 36 x 29 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £80

ALABAMA: 2008. ‘ALABAMA’. Curious map of Alabama. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27407] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

ALASKA: 2009. ‘MAP OF THE TERRITORY OF ALASKA’. Detailed map of Alaska. Anonymous, published by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24587] 30 x 40 cm. Printed in full colours. Occasional brown spotting in right margin, otherwise in very good condition. £70

ALASKA: 2010. ‘ALASKA’. Curious map of Alaska. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27411] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £70

ALGERIA: 2011. ‘PARTIE DE BARBARIE, OU EST LE ROYAUME D’ALGER...’. Map of Algeria. Nicolas Sanson ca. 1683 [20425] 19 x 26 cm. Cartouche. Original outline Colour (a little primitive). £90

ALGERIA: 2012. ‘ALGERIE, COLONIE FRANCAISE’. Map of Northern Africa (Province D’Oran, Province D’Alger, Province de Constantine) Very decorative pictorial scenes surrounding the map. Levasseur ca 1852 [25683] The map in original outline colour. Excellent condition. 29 x 43 cm. £50

ALGERIA: 2013. ‘ALGERIA’. A really detailed map with large inset of Algiers and smaller insets of Constantine and Oran. Archibald Fullarton ca. 1870 [25871] Steel engraving with original outline colour, 50 x 40 cm. £90

ALGERIA: 2014. ‘PROVINCE OU DEPT DE CONSTANTINE’. Map of Constantine Province in north-eastern Algeria, with large vignette of the town. A.Bizet for Migeon ca. 1888 [27639] 42 x 32 cm. Full original colour. £60

ALGERIA: 2015. ‘PROVINCE OU DEPT D’ORAN’. A major city on the northwestern Mediterranean coast of Algeria, and the second largest city of the country. Large vignette view of the town at the top of map. A.Bizet for Migeon ca. 1888 [27752] 42 x 32 cm. Full original colour. £60

ALGERIA: 2016. ‘PROVINCE OU DEPT D’ALGER’. A map of the province of Algiers with a view of the town at top of map. A.Bizet for Migeon ca. 1888 [27753] 42 x 32 cm. Full original colour. £60

AMERICA (CONTINENT): 2017. 'AMERICA NACH DER RELIGION'. North and South America. A. Desing ca. 1733 [14567] 13 x 11 cm. Cartouche and vignette coloured, map uncoloured. Uncommon. £90

AMERIGO VESPUCCI: 2019. ‘AMERICUS VESPUTIUS’. Full length portrait of the man who gave America her name. C.Riegel ca. 1770 [19062] 14 x 9 cm. £60

ANTARCTIC: 2020. ‘SOUTH POLAR REGIONS’. Map of the South Pole with points indicated which were reached by explorers until 1912. John Bartholomew ca. 1912 [21749] 18 x 23 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £80

ANTARCTIC: 2021. ‘SOUTH POLAR REGIONS’. Showing two routes by Scott and one each by Shackleton and Amundsen. Harmsworth ca. 1918 [24055] 32 x 21 cm. Full original colour. £60

ANTWERPEN: 2022. ‘ANTWERP. ANTWERPEN. ANVERS’. Plan with small inset view of Antwerp at the top, small inset scroll map of the Schelde and range of principal buildings below. Davies after Clarke for S.D.U.K. 1832 [16705] 30 x 39 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

ARABIA: 2023. 'CHARTE VOM NIL-STROME ODER AEGYPTEN, NUBIEN UND HABESCH'. River Nile between Alexandria and Ethiopia, with parts of Arabia right down to the entrance of the Red Sea. Shows the Red Sea and the West Coast of Arabia with the pilgrims route to Mecca clearly marked. Geograph. Institut Weimar 1809 [22542] 41 x 30 cm. Full original colour. Uncommon. £50

ARABIA, TURKEY and PERSIA: 2027. ‘TURQUIE D’ASIE, ARABIE, PERSE...’. Map of Arabia, Turkey and Persia. Pierre Lapie ca. 1824 [21711] 22 x 30 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £80

ARCTIC: 2029. ‘TERRES ARCTIQUES DITES AUTREMENT SEPTEMTRIONALES ET BOREALES’. North Pole and adjacent land to 50° latitude. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21206] 10 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £70

ARCTIC: 2030. ‘POLAR EXPLORATION: CHART OF THE ARCTIC REGIONS, SHOWING THE ROUTES OF THE EXPEDITIONS NOW IN PROGRESS AND INDICATING THE MOST NORTHERLY POINTS REACHED BY FORMER EXPLORERS’. Map of the North Pole with routes and tracks taken by Nansen, Jackson, Peary, Leigh-Smith, Anjou, Parry, Greely, Aldrichs etc. The Graphic 1894 [25391] 27 x 33 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £60

ARCTIC - ANTARCTIC: 2031. ‘NORTH POLAR REGIONS’ and ‘SOUTH POLAR REGIONS’. Two maps on one sheet. For Citizen’s Atlas designed by John Bartholomew ca. 1895 [24056] Each map 31 x 21 cm, total 31 x 42 cm. Printed in full colours. £60

ARCTIC - ANTARCTIC: 2032. ‘SOUTH POLAR REGIONS’. Showing two routes by Scott and one each by Shackleton and Amundsen. & ‘NORTH POLAR REGIONS’ showing routes undertaken by Peary, Shackleton and Nansen. Two maps. Harmsworth ca. 1918 [25242] 32 x 21 cm. each. Full original colour. £90

ARCTIC REGIONS: 2033. ‘THE ARCTIC REGIONS OF NORTH AMERICA’. Northern Canada, comprising Parry, Victoria and Baffin Islands. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1863 [17144] 30 x 43 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

ARCTIC SEA: 2034. ‘CARTE DU DETROIT DE WAEIGATS OU DE NASSAU’.Detailed regional map of the Strait of Waeigats in the Arctic Sea Bellin ca 1750 [24992] Uncoloured copper engraving, 20 x 30 cm. £50

ARGENTINA: 2035. ‘TUCUMAN’. Map of (northern) Argentina. Pierre Du Val 1663 [21183] 10 x 12 cm. Original outline colour. £50

ARGENTINA: 2036. ‘TUCUMAN’. Map of (northern) Argentina. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21225] 10 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £50

ARGENTINA: 2037. ‘THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, CHILI, PARAGUAY, URUGUAY’. An extremely detailed map. Edward Stanford 1894 [24434] 65 x 50 cm. Full original colour. £90

ARGENTINA: 2038. ‘THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, CHILI, PARAGUAY, URUGUAY’. An extremely detailed map with additional railways etc. Edward Stanford 1904 [24471] 65 x 50 cm. Full original colour. £90

ARIZONA & NEW MEXICO: 2040. ‘NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA’. Detailed map by counties. Anonymous, but published by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24622] 29 x 37 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £60

ARKANSAS: 2041. ‘A NEW MAP OF ARKANSAS WITH ITS CANALS, ROADS & DISTANCES’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24642] 37 x 29 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £80

ARKANSAS: 2042. ‘ARKANSAS’. Detailed doublepage map of Arkansas by counties. Frank A. Gray for O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1876 [24608] 41 x 61 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

ARKANSAS: 2043. ‘ARKANSAS’. Curious map of Arkansas. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27609] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

ARMILLARY SPHERE: 2044. UNTITLED armillary sphere, set on a pedestal within a baronial doorway overlooking formal gardens. Engraving by Florinus ca. 1702 [17109] 12 x 17 cm. £50

ARMILLARY SPHERE: 2046. 'THE ARMILLARY SPHERE'. Engraving by Thomas Kelly ca. 1820 [14526] 24 x 14 cm. £50

ARTOIS: 2047. ‘CARTE D’ARTOIS, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of the Artois region in northern France with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25106] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £60 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

ARTOIS: 2048. ‘CARTE DU GOUVERNEMENT GENERAL DE PICARDIE QUI COMPREND LA GENERALITÉ D’AMIENS AVEC L’ARTOIS & LES FRONTIERES DES PAYS BAS’.Map of northeast France between Paris and Dieppe / Calais, reaching east to the Belgian border. After Guillaume De L’Isle published by Homann Heirs 1746 [22425] 47 x 56 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90

ASIA (CONTINENT): 2050. ‘L’ASIE SUIVANT LES DERNIERES OBSERVATIONS...’. Map of Asia. Denise Macquart for Buffier ca. 1714 [24876] 14 x 18 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £60

ASIA (CONTINENT): 2051. 'ASIA NACH DER RELIGION'. Asia and East Indies. ‘Holland Incognito’ (Australia) is indicated. A. Desing ca. 1733 [14698] 11 x 13 cm. Small cartouche. Uncoloured. Uncommon. £90

ASIA (CONTINENT): 2053. ‘NOUVELLE RÉPRESENTATION DES CÔTES NORD ET EST DE L’ASIE ...’. Map of North and Eastern Asia incl. an oddly shaped Japan, with two inset maps of Kamchatka. Robert de Vaugondy for Diderot’s Encyclopaedia 1772 [20526] 29 x 36 cm. Slight overall age toning. Pedley 402. £90

ASIA (CONTINENT): 2054. ‘ASIE’. Continent of Asia without the East India Islands. Chamouin after Giraldon ca. 1805 [15950] 22 x 30 cm. Original outline colour. Armorial cartouche. Excellent cndition. £75

ASIA (CONTINENT): 2055. ‘ASIA’. Asia excl. East India islands. A. K. Johnston ca. 1845 [20402] 49 x 60 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £90

ASIA (CONTINENT): 2057. ‘ASIA’. Asia excl. East India islands. Lithographed edition. A. K. Johnston ca. 1850 [19373] 49 x 60 cm. Full original colour. £60

ASIA (CONTINENT): 2058. ‘ASIA’. Doublepage map of the continent of Asia. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [17137] 46 x 64 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

ASIA (CONTINENT): 2059. ‘ASIA’ (Continent). Map of Asia towards the end of the 19th century. Edward Stanford 1894 [24430] 48 x 66 cm. Printed in full colours. £60

ASIA (CONTINENT): 2060. ‘ASIA’ (Continent). Map of Asia at the beginning of the 20th century. Edward Stanford 1904 [24466] 48 x 66 cm. Printed in full colours. £60

ASTRONOMER: 2063. UNTITLED full length image of an astronomer facing right holding a sextant (an arc graduated in sixths of a circle). Woodcut from Seb. Münster’s Cosmographie ca. 1552 [18288] 14 x 9 cm. On full folio text page. £80

ASTRONOMER: 2064. ‘The Astronomer’. Astronomer, holding a pair of dividers, studies an academic work, sitting at a table next to a globe. Engraving by Bell after Wyatt ca. 1850 [18208] 24 x 19 cm. £50

ATLANTIC: 2065. ‘NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN’. Map of the North Atlantic showing principlae steamer routes and submarine cables. Edinburgh geographical Institute, ca 1920 [27800] 41 x 55 cm. Printed in subdued colours. £50

AUSTRALIA: 2066. ‘NEW SOUTH WALES’. Divided into 17 districts. Small inset plan of Sydney. Walker for S.D.U.K. 1833 [16698] 40 x 33 cm. Original outline Colour. £55

AUSTRALIA: 2067. 'AUSTRALLAND'. Australia. Flemming in Glogau ca. 1845 [7541] 32 x 40 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

AUSTRALIA: 2068. ‘GRAY’S NEW MAP OF AUSTRALIA’. Detailed map of Australia. O. W. Gray in Philadelphia 1878 [24833] 33 x 42 cm. Printed in full colours. Occasional brown spotting, otherwise very good condition. £50

AUSTRALIA: 2069. ‘STATISICAL MAP OF AUSTRALIA’. Including an inset map of the World and an inset map of Tasmania. Letts, Son & Co Ltd, ca 1882 [26795] Full colour print, 41 x 69 cm. £80

AUSTRALIA: 2070. ‘AUSTRALIE’. Map of Australia with vignette of Sydney. L. Smith for Migeon ca. 1888 [18678] 32 x 42 cm. Full original colour. £95

AUSTRALIA: 2071. ‘QUEENSLAND’. Map of Queensland. The Districts are shown in separate tints, the Counties are separated by narrow red lines. Edward Stanford 1894 [24458] Full original colour, 64 x 49 cm. £60

AUSTRALIA: 2072. ‘AUSTRALIA (EAST)’. Extremely detailed map of South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland. The colonies are coloured in separate tints. The Pastoral Districts are bounded by narrow red lines. Edward Stanford 1894 [24459] Full original colour, 64 x 49 cm. £60

AUSTRALIA: 2073. ‘QUEENSLAND’. Map of Queensland.The Districts are shown in separate tints, the Counties are separated by narrow red lines. Edward Stanford 1904 [24467] Full original colour, 64 x 49 cm. £60

AUSTRIA: 2074. ‘AUSTRIA’. Map of the Austrian Empire including Galicia, Hungary and Transylvania. Allan Bell 1839 [27684] 34 x 29 cm. Full original colour. £60

AUSTRIA: 2075. ‘EMPIRE OF AUSTRIA’. Map of the Austrian Empire.Shows all of Hungary and Galicia. A. K. Johnston ca. 1850 [27685] 48 x 58 cm. Original outline colouring. £70

AUSTRIA: 2076. ‘AUSTRIA’. John Dower, Pentonville, ca 1860 [27683] 31 x 43 cm. Outline colour. £50

AUSTRIA and HUNGARY: 2077. ‘AUSTRIAN EMPIRE’. Austria, Hungary and Lombardy. Sidney Hall 1828 [19264] 41 x 51 cm. Original outline Colour. Short tear to top margin closed. £90

AUSTRIA (LOT): 2078. (LOT). 3 regional maps of Austria (AUSTRIA ARCHIDUCATUS, STIRIA, SALTZBURG ET CARINTHIE). Mercator/Janssonius 1651 [20537] Each c. 15 x 19 cm. The lot £90

AUSTRIAN EMPIRE: 2079. ‘AUSTRIAN EMPIRE’. Map of Austria, Hungary, Transylvania. Inset map of Vienna environs. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25732] Full colour with decorative border, 31 x 38 cm. £60

AZORES: 2080. ‘NOTES FROM THE AZORES: A NEW HOLIDAY RESORT’. Double page with 10 sketches of towns, townsfolk and picturesque scenes. The Graphic 1881 [23128] Uncoloured engraving, 32 x 52 cm. £60

BAHAMAS: 2081. ‘BAHAMA ISLANDS’. Map of the Bahama Island with parts of Cuba. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [25543] 25 x 34 cm. Printed in colours. £50

BALKANS: 2082. 'CHARTE VON DER EUROPÄISCHEN TÜRKEI'. Geograph. Institut Weimar 1812 [7685] 42 x 30 cm. Orig. colour. Uncommon. £60

BALKANS: 2084. ‘THE STATES AND PROVINCES OF THE BALKAN PENINSULA’. Map with the names of chief towns of Vilayets in European Turkey underlined. The Vilayets & Mutessarifats of Turkey are separated by red lines. Edward Stanford 1894 [24484] 59 x 47 cm. Printed in full colours. £60

BALKANS: 2085. ‘THE STATES AND PROVINCES OF THE BALKAN PENINSULA’. A map with the names of chief towns of Vilayets in European Turkey underlined. The Vilayets & Mutessarifats of Turkey are separated by red lines. Edward Stanford 1904 [24476] 59 x 47 cm. Printed in full colours. £60

BALTIC SEA: 2086. ‘BASIN OF THE BALTIC’. A Detailed map of the Baltic Sea and surrounding coasts towards the end of the 19th century, with small insets of Kiel, Stettin & Danzig and a larger one of St Petersburg. W. & A.K. Johnston 1892 [25304] Original colour. 44 x 57 cm. £75

BASUTO LAND: 2087. ‘MAP OF BASUTO LAND’, constructed from the latest map compiled at the Intelligence Div.,War Dept. Mission stations are indicated along with the expedition route of Sir Marshall Clarke. Royal Geographical Soc. 1888 [27769] 22 x 27 cm. Colour tinted wood engraving. £60

BAY OF BISCAY: 2088. ‘BAY OF BISCAY’. Sea chart of the Bay of Biscay. First published 1953 under the Superintendence of Vice-Admiral A. Day, and now with some additions by the Admiralty 1957 [26807] 66 x 98 cm. Uncoloured. Previously folded twice, overall soiling. £75

BEHRING, Vitus Jonassen: 2090. ‘AN EXACT CHART OF ALL THE COUNTRIES THROUGH WHICH CAPT. BEHRING TRAVELLED FROM TOBOLSKI, CAPITAL OF SIBERIA, TO THE COUNTRY OF KAMTSCHATKA’. Large figurative cartouche of two hunters. Anonymous for Harris/Navigantium ca. 1745 [19607] 18 x 32 cm. Uncoloured. Slight waterstaining in border not affecting the image. £60

BELFAST: 2091. ‘THE ENVIRONS OF BELFAST’. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27246] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by E. Weller. £60

BELFAST: 2092. ‘THE ENVIRONS OF BELFAST’ added description of population, census, religious professions, manufacture and commerce etc, published by Cassell, Petter & Galpin for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1865 [27249] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by E. Weller. £60

BELGIUM: 2093. ‘CARTE DES PAYS BAS CATHOLIQUES, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of Belgium with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25100] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

BELGIUM: 2094. ‘DIE OESTERREICHISCHE NIEDERLANDE’. Belgium and Luxembourg. J. G. Schreiber ca. 1750 [18818] 16 x 24 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

BELGIUM: 2095. ‘A NEW MAP OF THE NETHERLANDS...’. Map of Belgium. John Cary 1804 [26155] 45 x 51 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90

BENARES: 2096. ‘BENARES’. A view of the town taken from the river. Illustrated London News 1857 [24924] Colour printed, 22 x 32 cm. £60 Benares is the most sacred city of India. It is the centre of Hinduism and Sanskrit learning. Many Sannyasins live here.

BENELUX: 2097. ‘XXII HAUPT KARTE GANTZ NIEDERLAND...’. Small map of Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg. Anselm Desing ca. 1733 [19821] 11 x 13 cm. Figurative cartouche. Full original colour. Uncommon. Excellent condition. £65 Anselm Desing (1699-1772), German architect and theologican.

BENELUX: 2098. ‘NETHERLANDS’. Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. Sidney Hall 1828 [19284] 51 x 41 cm. Original outline Colour. £90

BERMUDA: 2099. ‘BERMUDA ISLANDS’. Map of the Bermuda islands. George Cram ca. 1895 [23569] 25 x 34 cm. Printed in full colours. £80

BIRMINGHAM: 2100. ‘BIRMINGHAM 1858’. A suberb half bird’s-eye view of the city.Temple Row House and the Athenaeum in the foreground. Illustrated London News 1858 [23196] Uncoloured wood engraving, 34 x 51 cm. £80

BLACK SEA: 2101. ‘DAS SCHWARZE MEER NEBST KRIEGSSCHAUPLATZ IN DER EUROPAISCH U ASIATISCH TURKEI’. The Black Sea and it’s shores. Inset of Sebastopol. C.Flemming ca 1850 [24993] Outline coloured steel engraving in two parts. Could be joined to form one map, 36 x 67 cm. £55

BLACK SEA: 2102. BIRD’S - EYE VIEW OF THE SEAT OF WAR. Map is centred around the Black Sea, during the Turkish War of 1877. Wood engraving 1877 [25279] 48 x 72 cm. Original colour as issued. Folded. £80

BLACK SEA: 2103. ‘GRAY’S NEW MAP OF THE COUNTRIES SURROUNDING THE BLACK SEA COMPRISING TURKEY IN EUROPE AND PART OF TURKEY IN ASIA, GREECE (HELLAS) SOUTHERN RUSSIA Etc’. Inset plan of Athens and inset map of the Strait of Constantinople. O. W. Gray & Son 1879 [25698] Full colour engraving, 41 x 67 cm. £75

BOHEMIA: 2104. ‘LA BOHEME, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of the Czech Republic and Moravia with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25070] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £90 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

BORDEAUX: 2105. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - LOUPIAC / SANTE-CROIX-DU-MONT / IERES COTES DE BORDEAUX’. Decorative map, showing in detail the Bordeaux producing vineyards along the Garonne. Louis Larmat ca. 1941 [24528] 56 x 37 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £150

BORDEAUX: 2106. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - GRAVES / GRAVES SUPERIEURES / CÉRONS’. Decorative map, showing in detail the Bordeaux producing vineyards to the south of Bordeaux. Louis Larmat ca. 1941 [24529] 56 x 37 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £180

BORDEAUX: 2107. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - MEDOC / HAUT-MEDOC’. Decorative map, showing in detail the famous Bordeaux producing vineyards to the north of Bordeaux along the Gironde. Louis Larmat ca. 1941 [24530] 56 x 37 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £150

BORDEAUX: 2108. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - REGION DE SAUTERNES ET BARSAC’. Decorative map, showing in detail the Bordeaux producing vineyards around Sauternes and Barsac. Louis Larmat ca. 1941 [24531] 56 x 37 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £150

BORDEAUX: 2109. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - ENTRE-DEUX-MERS / GRAVES DE VAYRES / SAINTE-FOY-BORDEAUX’. Decorative map, showing in detail the Bordeaux producing vineyards between Garonne and Dordogne to the east of Bordeaux. Louis Larmat ca. 1941 [24533] 56 x 37 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £150

BORDEAUX: 2110. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - BLAYIS / COTES DE BLAYE / BOURGEAIS / COTES DE BOURG’. Decorative map, showing in detail the Bordeaux producing vineyards between Garonne and Dordogne to the northeast of Bordeaux. Louis Larmat ca. 1941 [24534] 56 x 37 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £150

BORDEAUX: 2111. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - BLAYIS / COTES DE BLAYE. A decorative map, showing in detail the Bordeaux producing vineyards between Garonne and Dordogne to the northeast of Bordeaux. Louis Larmat ca. 1949 [24720] 26 x 19 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

BORDEAUX: 2113. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - CERONS’A map of the wine area centred around Cerons and the Garonne River. Louis Larmat ca. 1949 [25400] 17 x 19 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

BORDEAUX: 2114. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - LOUPIAC - ST CROIX-DU-MONT - COTES DE BORDEAUX-ST MACAIRE’. Three small maps of these wine areas along the Garonne River. Louis Larmat ca. 1949 [25401] 23 x 16 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

BORDEAUX: 2115. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - POMEROL’. Louis Larmat ca. 1949 [25403] 17 x 18 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

BORDEAUX: 2116. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - COTES CANON-FRONSAC, COTES DE FRONSAC’. The wine area near to the Dordogne River. Louis Larmat ca. 1949 [25404] 17 x 19 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

BORDEAUX: 2118. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - ENTRE DEUX MERS, GRAVES DE VAYRES, Ste FOY BORDEAUX’. The wine area between the River Gironde and the River Dordogne. Louis Larmat ca. 1949 [25407] 50 x 24 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £70

BORDEAUX: 2119. ‘LALANDE-DE-POMEROL’ & ‘NEAC’. Two small maps on one page. Louis Larmat ca. 1949 [26484] 11 x 15 cm each. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

BORDEAUX: 2120. ‘LES VINS DE BORDEAUX - BOURGEAIS / COTES DE BOURG’. A decorative map, showing in detail the Bordeaux producing vineyards between Garonne and Dordogne to the northeast of Bordeaux. Louis Larmat ca. 1949 [27019] 25 x 19 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

BOSPHORUS: 2121. ‘THE BOSPHORUS AND CONSTANTINOPLE’ & ‘THE DARDANELLES AND THE TROAD’. Two detailed maps on a double folio page. Edward Stanford 1894 [24419] 60 x 41 cm. Printed in full colours. £90

BOSTON: 2122. ‘BOSTON (1884)’. Map of Boston and the harbour, north orientated to the right. For Atlas des Ports Etrangers lithographed by A. Simon in Paris 1884 [23756] 29 x 45 cm. Water areas printed in blue, otherwise uncoloured. Very good condition. £90

BOSTON: 2123. ‘BOSTON’. Map of Boston and the harbour with list of public buildings. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [23757] 38 x 31 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £90 Scale: 4 inches to the mile.

BOSTON: 2124. ‘BOSTON HARBOUR AND VICINITY’. A. Fullerton, London ca. 1890 [26781] Tinted engraving, 14 x 23 cm. Good condition. £60

BOSTON: 2125. ‘MAP OF BOSTON’. Doublepage plan of Boston. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [25552] 50 x 34 cm. Printed in colours. £50 Verso: Singlepage plans of Baltimore and Cleveland.

BOURGES: 2126. ‘BITURICUM DUCATUS. DUCHE DE BERI’. Detailed map of the area around Burges, south of Orléans. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. [22398] 37 x 48 cm. Full original colour, cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75

BOURGOGNE: 2127. ‘CARTE DU GOUVERNEMENT DE BOURGOGNE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of the Bourgogne region in central France with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25115] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £125 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

BOURGOGNE: 2128. ‘LES VINS DE BOURGOGNE - LE BEAUJOLAIS’. A very detailed map showing the wine areas along the River Saone, from Macon in the North tthrough Villefrance, down to Arbresle. Louis Larmat ca. 1952 [27026] 54 x 27 cm. Printed in colours, indicating the regions and quality of the wine produced. Excellent condition. £120

BOURGOGNE: 2129. ‘LES VINS DE BOURGOGNE - LE BEAUJOLAIS’. Three decorative maps on one page, showing in detail the St Amour Julienas - Chenas Moulin-a-Vent Fleurie region, the Chiroubles-Morgon region and the Cote de Brouilly -Brouilly region. Louis Larmat ca. 1952 [27027] 28 x 53 cm. Printed in colours, indicating the regions and quality of the wine produced. Excellent condition. £120

BOURGOGNE: 2130. ‘LES VINS DE BOURGOGNE - LE MACONNAIS’. A detailed map showing the Pouilly - Fuisse, Pouilly - Locheand Pouilly - Vincelles areas. Louis Larmat ca. 1952 [27028] 25 x 21 cm. Printed in colours, indicating the regions and quality of the wine produced. Excellent condition. £70

BOURGOGNE: 2131. ‘LES VINS DE BOURGOGNE - MONTAGNY & GIVRY’. Two small maps on one page. Louis Larmat ca. 1952 [27029] 20 x 27 cm. Printed in colours, indicating the regions and quality of the wine produced. Excellent condition. £50

BOURGOGNE: 2132. ‘LES VINS DE BOURGOGNE - RULLY & MERCUREY’. Two small maps on one page. Louis Larmat ca. 1952 [27030] 28 x 17 cm. Printed in colours, indicating the regions and quality of the wine produced. Excellent condition. £50

BOURGOGNE: 2133. ‘LES VINS DE BOURGOGNE - CHABLIS GRAND CRU - CHABLIS. Louis Larmat ca. 1952 [27031] 26 x 18 cm. Printed in colours, indicating the regions and quality of the wine produced. Excellent condition. £90

BOURGOGNE: 2134. ‘LES VINS DE BOURGOGNE - CARTE GENERALE’. Three maps on one page showing the Chablis, Cote de Beaune and Maconnais & Beaujolais areas. Louis Larmat ca. 1952 [27032] 26 x 18 cm. Printed in colours, indicating the regions and quality of the wine produced. Excellent condition. £90

BRABANT: 2135. ‘CARTE DU BRABANT, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of Brabant, the part Dutch, part Belgian region, with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25101] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

BRAZIL: 2136. ‘TERRE DE SAINTE CROIX, NOMMÉE ÀPRESENT BRESIL’. Brazil. Robert de Vaugondy 1749 [18742] 19 x 16 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

BRAZIL: 2137. ‘FORTSETZUNG VON BRASILIEN’. Map of southern Brazil between Sao Paulo and Montevideo. Danville ca. 1750 [20321] 23 x 17 cm. £50

BRAZIL: 2138. ‘KARTE VON GUYANA’. Northern coast of Brazil incl. Guyana and Surinam coast. Danville 1757 [20325] 24 x 32 cm. Large cartouche. £60

BRAZIL: 2139. 'CARTE DE LA PARTIE MERIDIONALE DU BRESIL...'. Southern Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay. Bonne ca. 1778 [7385] 21 x 32 cm. £60

BRAZIL: 2140. ‘EMPIRE OF BRAZIL’. Map of Brazil. James Wyld ca. 1849 [26385] 27 x 23 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

BRAZIL: 2141. ‘BRASILIEN UND GUIANA’. Meyer ca. 1850 [17234] 38 x 31 cm. Inset map of the area around Rio de Janeiro. Original outline Colour. £90

BRAZIL: 2142. ‘BRAZIL, URUGUAY, PARAGUAY & GUAYANA’. A.& C. Black ca. 1850 [25002] Original coloured steel engraving, 38 x 26 cm. £50

BRAZIL: 2143. ‘PART OF BRAZIL’. A large detailed map showing as far west as the Diamond district in Matta Grosso. Edward Stanford 1904 [24474] 50 x 69 cm. Full original colour. £90

BRISTOL: 2147. ‘VIEWS OF BRISTOL AND THE VICINITY’. A central panoramic view of Bristol, the harbour and Clifton Hills, from the spire of St Mary Redcliffe. Eight other small scenes (Suspension Bridge, Horse Fair, Cathedral, Clifton College, etc) along top and bottom. Woodengraving for The Graphic 1875 [28037] 35 x 50 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. Excellent condition. £60

BRITISH COLUMBIA: 2148. ‘BRITISH COLUMBIA AND NORTH WEST TERRITORY IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA’. Detailed large map of western Canada. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [21056] 50 x 67 cm. Full original colour. £60

BRITISH COLUMBIA: 2149. ‘BRITISH COLUMBIA AND NORTH WEST TERRITORY IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA’. Detailed large map of western Canada. The Canadian Trunk Pacific Railway is shown under construction as far west as Vancouver and northwest to the Klondyke. Edward Stanford ca. 1904 [24447] 50 x 67 cm. Full original colour. £60

BRITISH ISLES: 2150. ‘ILES BRITANNIQUES’. Map of the British Isles. Ambroise Tardieu 1842 [17855] 43 x 34 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £70

BRITISH ISLES: 2151. ‘ENGLAND, WALES, SCHOTTLAND & IRELAND’. Inset map of the Shetland Islands. D. Völter for Dannheimer in Esslingen, printed by Winckelmann in Stuttgart ca. 1850 [25788] 33 x 25 cm. Original outline colouring. £60

BRITISH ISLES: 2152. ‘DIE BRITISCHEN INSELN UND DIE NORD-SEE’. The British Isles engraved by F. von Stulpnagel 1851 [24874] Original outline colouring, 34 x 39 cm. £50

BRITISH ISLES: 2153. ‘STATISTICAL MAP OF THE UNITED KINGDOM SHEWING THE POPULATION ACCORDING TO THE CENSUS RETURNS OF 1851’. Compiled and engraved by Joh Dower. The Census of 1851 compiled from the official returns presented to Parliament for the Illustrated London News covering the British Isles and the whole of Ireland. London ca. 1851 [24986] Uncoloured wood engraved map 37 x 52 cm, together with a 32 page booklet listing population details. £90

BRITISH ISLES: 2154. ‘A STEREOGRAPHIC MAP OF THE BRITISH ISLES’. Edward Stanford 1896 [25245] Printed in three colours. 60 x 47 cm. £60

BRITISH ISLES: 2155. ‘A HYDROGRAPHICAL MAP OF THE BRITISH ISLES’. Map showing the Hydrographical areas covered by British Rivers. Very detailed explanation with keys. Inset of diagram of Fall of British Rivers. Edward Stanford 1896 [25246] Printed in colours. 60 x 47 cm. £60

BRITISH ISLES: 2156. ‘A PARLIMENTARY MAP OF THE BRITISH ISLES’ showing the Electoral Divisions as described in the Redistribution of Seats Act, 1885. - with an inset of the London Boroughs and an inset of an enlarged section of South Lancashire & West Yorkshire. Edward Stanford 1896 [25247] Printed in colours. 59 x 47 cm. £60

BRITISH ISLES: 2157. ‘A RAILWAY MAP OF THE BRITISH ISLES’. The frequency of the usage of the railway track is indicated by a thinner or thicker line. Edward Stanford 1896 [25248] Printed in colours. 59 x 47 cm. £60

BRITISH ISLES: 2158. ‘A MONTHLY RAINFALL & AIR TEMPERATURE OF THE BRITISH ISLES’. Map of Twelve Monthly charts, with a detailed description, on one double page. Edward Stanford 1896 [25250] Printed in colours. 59 x 47 cm. £60

BRITISH ISLES: 2160. ‘A RAILWAY MAP OF THE BRITISH ISLES’. The frequency of the usage of the railway track is indicated by a thinner or thicker line. In this later edition, some tracks have been upgraded to a thicker line. Edward Stanford 1904 [25249] Printed in colours. 59 x 47 cm. £60

BRITISH ISLES: 2161. ‘A MONTHLY RAINFALL & AIR TEMPERATURE OF THE BRITISH ISLES’. Map of Twelve Monthly charts, with a detailed description, on one double page. Edward Stanford 1904 [25251] Printed in colours. 59 x 47 cm. £60

BRUGES: 2163. ‘LA HALLE, BRUGES’. A view of the town square in front of the town hall. Samuel Prout 1840 [24894] Uncoloured lithograph, 42 x 29 cm. £60

BRUXELLES: 2164. ‘BRUSSELS. BRUXELLES’. Town plan of Brussels with small inset map of the environs and range of principal buildings below. Davies after Clarke for S.D.U.K. 1837 [17809] 33 x 38 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

BRUXELLES: 2165. 'BRÜSSEL (BRUXELLES)'. Plan with inset map of the area around Bruxelles. Meyer ca. 1845 [7728] 35 x 40 cm. £60

BRUXELLES: 2166. ‘CITY OF BRUSSELS’. Plan of Brussels. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [26327] 31 x 38 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

BUFFALO: 2168. ‘MAP OF BUFFALO’. Doublepage plan. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [25550] 50 x 34 cm. Printed in outline colours. £60 Verso: Singlepage plans of St. Louis and Kansas City.

BUFFALO HUNTING: 2169. ‘BUFFALO HUNTING IN NORTH AMERICA’. Nine scenes on one double page. Illustrated London News 1887 [10482] Uncoloured wood engraving, 32 x 44 cm. £60

BULGARIA: 2170. ‘BIRD’S-EYE VIEW OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN BULGARIA, LOOKING SOUTH’. Saturday Sept 29TH 1877. Colour printed map showing the Russian and Turkish Positions, the Roumanian Positions, the Territory occupied by the Russiams and the Territory Retaken by the Turks. Maclure & McDonald, 1977 [24899] 24 x 36 cm. £50

BULGARIA, YUGOSLAVIA and ROMANIA: 2171. 'WALACHIA SERVIA, BULGARIA ET ROMANIA'. Mercator/Janssonius 1648 [7689] 15 x 20 cm. £50

BULL-FIGHT: 2172. ‘BRAVO, TORO! - A REMINISCENCE OF SAN ROQUE’. An animated scene in the bull-ring at San Roque. The Graphic 1875 [25474] 33 x 50 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £60

BULL-FIGHT: 2173. ‘SUNDAY AFTERNOON IN THE BULL RING AT MADRID’. Twelve scenes of Bull fighting. The Graphic 1881 [25473] Uncoloured wood engraving, 32 x 52 cm. £60

BULL-FIGHT: 2174. ‘A SPANISH BULL-FIGHT’. Drawn by R.Caton Woodville. Illustrated London News 1888 [25464] Uncoloured wood engraving, 31 x 47 cm. £60

BULL-FIGHT: 2175. ‘A BULL-FIGHT IN A COUNTRY VILLAGE IN SPAIN’. Exciting moments in a makeshift bull-ring in the country. The Graphic 1896 [25475] Uncoloured wood engraving, 31 x 51 cm. £60

BURMA: 2177. GENERAL VIEW OF THE CITY OF MANDELAY. Excellent birds-eye view of the city. The Graphic 1885 [22672] Uncoloured wood engraving. 30 x 47 cm. £60

BURMA: 2178. ‘A “POOAY” AT THE PALACE, MANDALAY, BEFORE LADY DUFFERIN AND BURMESE LADIES’. Superb traditional dancing scene. Illustrated London News 1886 [22670] Uncoloured wood engraving. 32 x 47 cm. £60

BURMA: 2179. ‘MANDALAY, THE CAPITAL OF BURMA: Sketches by our special artist, Mr Melton Prior. Three scenes on a doubple page. ‘WESTERN GATE OF THE CITY’ (15 x 51 cms), ‘VIEW LOOKING EAST, FROM THE WATCH-TOWER’, ( 18 x 23 cms) & ‘VIEW LOOKING WEST, FROM THE WATCH-TOWER’. (18 x 23 cms) ILN 1886 [22754] 34 x 54 cm (the whole double page) £80

BURMA: 2180. ‘MAIN STREET OF THE CITY OF MANDALAY, THE ROYAL CAPITAL OF BURMA: WITH THE KING’S BAZAAR’. ILN 1886 [22755] £60

BURMA: 2181. ‘BUDDHISM IN BURMAH: INSTALLATION OF A PHOONGYE OR PRIEST’. A superb scene. Illustrated London News 1887 [22673] Uncoloured wood engraving. 32 x 44 cm. £60

BURMA: 2182. ‘CAMPAIGNING IN UPER BURMA’.Five military scenes. The centre scene showing the storming and capture of a fortified pagoda held by Dacoits near Phailangdan. The Graphic 1887 [22757] 33 x 50 cm. £60

BURMA: 2183. ‘THE BUDDHIST ARCHBISHOP OF BURMAH RECEIVING SIR FREDERICK ROBERTS IN THE MONASTERY AT MANDALAY’. Illustrated London News 1887 [27661] Uncoloured wood engraving. 35 x 50 cm. £60

BURMA and EAST INDIES: 2184. ‘HINTERINDIEN U. IND. ARCHIPEL. TAF. I’. View of the Golden Pagoda in Rangoon, surrounded by 10 views/images of the Royal Palace in Bangkok, the Pagoda in Ummerapoora in Burma, and other local and nature scenes. A. Weger in Leipzig ca. 1850 [19475] 27 x 30 cm. £90

CAIRO & EGYPT: 2185. ‘BIRDSEYE VIEW OF EGYPT’. Shows Cairo and the Nile Delta in great detail. The coast stretches from Port Said in the east, to Alexandria in the west. An inset plan of Alexandria and of the Mediterranean. The Graphic 1882 [23684] Tinted wood engraving, 36 x 57 cm. £90

CALAIS and DUNKERQUE: 2186. ‘CALES’, ‘CALAIS’ and ‘DUYNKERKE’. Two views (Calais, Dunkerque) and one plan (Calais) on one sheet. M. Merian ca. 1646 [20041] 21 x 29 cm (in total). £80

CALCUTTA: 2187. ‘CALCUTTA’. Plan with table of explanations in French. Gavard after Bénard and Dufour ca. 1838 [19632] 20 x 26 cm. £80

CALCUTTA: 2188. ‘PLAN OF THE CITY OF CALCUTTA’. Plan of Calcutta with references to public buildings, churches, chapels, colleges, schools, etc. Scale: 3 Miles to the Inch. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [25582] 26 x 42 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £80

CALIFORNIA: 2189. ‘CALIFORNIA’. A sheet music cover with accompanying music & text describing the pleasures of immigrating to California but eventually deciding to stay at home in ‘Old England’! B.Williams, London. ca 1850 [27319] Uncoloured copper engraving, 30 x 20 cm. £90

CALIFORNIA: 2190. ‘G.DEWEY’S AUFNAME DER CALIFORNISCHEN HALBINSEL UND DER MEXIKANISCHEN KUSTEN 1873/4’. A reduction from the large map issued by the Hydrographic Office of the U.S. Navy. Justus Perthes 1875 [25004] Tinted engraving, 53 x 20 cm. £50

CALIFORNIA: 2191. ‘CALIFORNIA, SOUTHERN PART’. Century Atlas ca. 1900 [26793] Full colour, 38 x 28 cm. £60

CALIFORNIA: 2192. ‘CALIFORNIA, NORTHERN PART’. Century Atlas ca. 1900 [26794] Full colour, 38 x 28 cm. £50

CAMBODIA: 2193. ‘CARTE DES COSTES DE COCHINCHINE TUNQUIN ET PARTIE DE CELLES DE LA CHINE’. Map of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam with coastal areas of China up to Canton. From Atlas Portatif by G. T. F. Raynal ca. 1780 [24770] 21 x 15 cm. Recent outline colour. £80

CAMBRIDGESHIRE: 2194. ‘CAMBRIDGESHIRE’. Map of Cambridgeshire. John Cary 1787 [25157] 26 x 21 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £60 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

CANADA: 2196. ‘QUEBEC, ONTARIO, NEW BRUNSWICK, NOVA SCOTIA, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND,& NEWFOUNDLAND, with the adjacent parts of the UNITED STATES’. A fine detailed map at the end of the 19th century. Edward Stanford 1894 [24438] Two folio maps . Can be joined together to form one. 61 x 96 cm. Full original colour. £60

CANADA: 2197. ‘QUEBEC, ONTARIO, NEW BRUNSWICK, NOVA SCOTIA, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND & NEWFOUNDLAND, with the adjacent parts of the UNITED STATES’. Two maps. Edward Stanford 1904 [24472] Two folio maps . Can be joined together to form one. 61 x 96 cm. Full original colour. £60

CANADIAN RAILWAYS: 2198. ‘MAP SHEWING THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY AND THE RAILWAY SYSTEMS OF CANADA 1908’. Anonymous 1908 [25024] Printed map with outline colouring, previously folded, 38 x 85 cm. Some slight damage at one or two folds. £50

CANARY ISLANDS: 2199. ‘THE CANARY ISLANDS’. Detailed map. Some submarine telegraph lines are indicated. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [24449] 47 x 61 cm. Full original colour. £90

CANARY ISLANDS: 2200. ‘THE CANARY ISLANDS’. Detailed map. Additional submarine telegraph lines have been laid and now roads are indicated on Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Palma. Edward Stanford ca. 1904 [21061] 47 x 61 cm. Full original colour. £90

CANTERBURY: 2201. ‘CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL’. Drawn by S. Read. London 1875 [23217] ‘Tinted’ wood engraving, 33 x 50 cm. £100

CANTON: 2202. ‘SHAMIEN, THE FOREIGN SETTLEMENT’ Panoramic view of the town, looking towards the river. The Graphic 1883 [22992] Uncoloured wood engraving, 30 x 50 cm. £60

CAPE BRETON: 2203. ‘PLAN DU PORT ET VILLE DE LOUISBOURG...’. Bay and harbour of Louisburg on Cape Breton. Nicolas Bellin ca. 1745 [19158] 20 x 28 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £75

CAPE BRETON: 2204. ‘ISLE ROYALE’. Cape Breton Island. Robert de Vaugondy 1749 [18752] 16 x 19 cm. Original outline Colour. £90

CAPE TOWN: 2205. ‘CARTE DE LA BAYE DE LA TABLE ET RADE DU CAP DE BONNE ESPERANCE’. Map of the Table Bay. N. Bellin ca. 1750 [17526] 21 x 17 cm. £60

CAPE TOWN: 2206. ‘KARTE VON DER TAFELBAY UND DER RHEEDE DES VORGEBIRGES DER GUTEN HOFFNUNG’. Map of the Table Bay. N. Bellin ca. 1750 [19235] 21 x 17 cm. £60

CAPE VERDE ISLANDS: 2207. ‘ISLES DU CAP VERD’. Small map of the Cape Verde Islands. Pierre Du Val 1663 [21196] 10 x 12 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £90

CAPE VERDE ISLANDS: 2208. ‘ISLES DU CAP VERD.’. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21238] 10 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £80

CAPETOWN: 2209. ‘CAPE TOWN, CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, RECENTLY VISITED BY HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH’. The city in the foreground with the mountains beyond. Wood engraving 1867 [23180] Uncoloured wood engraving, 15 x 51 cm. £60

CAPETOWN: 2210. ‘GENERAL VIEW OF CAPETOWN’. The city in the foreground with the mountains beyond. The Graphic 1886 [23178] Uncoloured wood engraving, 15 x 51 cm. £80

CARICATURE MAP - BELGIUM: 2211. ‘BELGIUM’. Caricature map of Belgium, showing the horse Bayard saving the sons of Aymon. Lilian Lancaster [Tennant] ca. 1910 [26341] 14 x 18 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50 Lilian Lancaster (1852-1939), designer of humorous and unusual maps, attributing human and other living creatures’ forms and characteristics to maps, worked under her married name Lilian Tennant.

CARICATURE MAP - DENMARK: 2212. ‘DENMARK’. Caricature map of Denmark, showing the Elf King guarding the Danish coasts. Lilian Lancaster [Tennant] ca. 1910 [26342] 18 x 14 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50 Lilian Lancaster (1852-1939), designer of humorous and unusual maps, attributing human and other living creatures’ forms and characteristics to maps, worked under her married name Lilian Tennant.

CARICATURE MAP - FRANCE: 2213. ‘FRANCE’. Caricature map of France, showing Jeanne d’Arc hearing the heavenly voices. Lilian Lancaster [Tennant] ca. 1910 [26343] 14 x 18 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50 Lilian Lancaster (1852-1939), designer of humorous and unusual maps, attributing human and other living creatures’ forms and characteristics to maps, worked under her married name Lilian Tennant.

CARICATURE MAP - GERMANY: 2214. ‘GERMANY’. Caricature map of Germany, showing children following the Pied Piper of Hamelin. Lilian Lancaster [Tennant] ca. 1910 [26344] 14 x 18 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £75 Lilian Lancaster (1852-1939), designer of humorous and unusual maps, attributing human and other living creatures’ forms and characteristics to maps, worked under her married name Lilian Tennant.

CARICATURE MAP - HOLLAND: 2215. ‘HOLLAND’. Caricature map of The Netherlands, showing a stork mother sheltering her little ones in the burning city. Lilian Lancaster [Tennant] ca. 1910 [26345] 18 x 14 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £75 Lilian Lancaster (1852-1939), designer of humorous and unusual maps, attributing human and other living creatures’ forms and characteristics to maps, worked under her married name Lilian Tennant.

CARICATURE MAP - ICELAND: 2216. ‘ICELAND’. Caricature map of Iceland, showing a raven guiding Floke the viking across the Great Sea. Lilian Lancaster [Tennant] ca. 1910 [26346] 14 x 18 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £90 Lilian Lancaster (1852-1939), designer of humorous and unusual maps, attributing human and other living creatures’ forms and characteristics to maps, worked under her married name Lilian Tennant.

CARICATURE MAP - SCANDINAVIA: 2217. ‘SCANDINAVIA’. Caricature map of Scandinavia, showing Thor hurling his hammer at the sleeping giant. Lilian Lancaster [Tennant] ca. 1910 [26348] 18 x 14 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £90 Lilian Lancaster (1852-1939), designer of humorous and unusual maps, attributing human and other living creatures’ forms and characteristics to maps, worked under her married name Lilian Tennant.

CAUCASUS: 2218. ‘THE CENTRAL GROUP OF THE CAUCASUS. A preliminary sketch based on photographs, drawings and observation by M. De Dechy, D.W.Freshfield & W.F.Donkin. The route of Mr Freshfield’s expedition in 1868 & 1887 are indicated. Royal Geographical Society, 1888 [27761] 21 x 25 cm. Tinted wood engraving. £50

CAVENDISH: 2219. ‘THOMAS CANDISCH’. Head and shoulder portrait of Thomas Cavendish, British circumnavigator, holding globe and dividers. From Isaac Bullart/Academie des Sciences et des Arts 1682 [22594] 17 x 13 cm, on folio text page with decorative initial J. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75

CAWNPORE: 2220. ‘CAWNPORE’. A view of the town of Cawnpoor/India from the river. Illustrated London News 1857 [24927] Colour printed, 22 x 32 cm. £60

CELEBES: 2221. ‘CELEBES’, with an inset of Sangi - En Talaud - Eilanden. J. Smulders, Den Haag ca. 1918 [25331] Full coloured lithograph, 43 x 28 cm. £50

CENTRAL AFRICA: 2222. ‘RELIEF EXPEDITION TO EMIN PASHA. SHETCH MAP OF CENTRAL AFRICA SHOWING THE VARIOUS ROUTES’ Felkin’s route, Thomson’s route, Uganda route and Congo route. The Graphic 1887 [25019] Tinted wood engraving, 24 x 37 cm. £50

CENTRAL AFRICA: 2223. ‘RELIEF EXPEDITION TO EMIN PASHA. SHETCH MAP OF CENTRAL AFRICA SHOWING THE VARIOUS ROUTES’ Felkin’s route, Thomson’s route, Uganda route and Congo route. Together with four page illustrated text. The Graphic 1887 [27799] Tinted wood engraving, 24 x 37 cm. £70

CENTRAL AMERICA: 2227. ‘MAP OF CENTRAL AMERICA’ shewing the proposed routes of communication between the Atlantic & Pacific Oceans’. With inset map of British Honduras and the islands of Ruatan and Bonacca. For Illustrated London News engraved by John Dower 1856 [16893] 25 x 35 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £70

CENTRAL AMERICA: 2228. ‘MEXIQUE, AMERIQUE CENTRALE ET ANTILLES’. map of Central America and Northern part of South America with vignette of Mexico and small inser map of the Panama Canal. L. Smith for Migeon ca. 1888 [27638] 32 x 42 cm. Full original colour. £80

CENTRAL AMERICA: 2229. ‘MEXICO, GUATEMALA, SALVADOR AND BRITISH HONDURAS’. A detailed map towards the end of the 19th century. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [27453] 60 x 47 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90

CENTRAL ASIA: 2230. ‘CENTRAL ASIA FROM PEKING TO YARKAND AND KASHMIR VIA THE MUSTAGH PASS’. Illustrating the journeys of ‘Lieut. F.E.Younghusband’, Kings Dragoon Guards, with an iset map,’THE COUNTRY BETWEEN YARKAND RIVER AND THE MUSTAGH RANGE’, showing the three passes explored by Lieut. F. E.Younghusband. Royal Geographical Soc, 1888 [27760] 21 x 68 cm. Tinted wood engraving. £80

CEYLON: 2233. ‘CHARTE VON CEYLON. Nach A. Arrowsmith’s Reduction...’. Map of Ceylon, divided into provinces. Published in Prag 1812 [19980] 33 x 20 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £75

CHALONS-SUR-MARNE: 2234. ‘CHAALONS EN CHAMPAIGNE’. Panoramic view with the river Marne in the forefront. M. Merian ca. 1646 [20044] Light brown stain in the sky. 15 x 35 cm. £125

CHAMPAGNE: 2235. ‘CARTE DU GOUVERNEMENT DE CHAMPAGNE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of the Champagne region in central France with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25113] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £125 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

CHAMPAGNE: 2236. ‘LES VINS DE CHAMPAGNE - VIGNOBLES DU BAR-SÉQUANAIS ET DU AR-SUR-AUBOIS’. Decorative map, showing in detail the Champagne producing vineyards in the area. Louis Larmat ca. 1944 [24526] 58 x 37 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £120

CHAMPAGNE: 2237. ‘LES VINS DE CHAMPAGNE - GRAPHIQUES DEPUIS L’ANNEE 1844 - des EXPEDITIONS des VINS DE CHAMPAGNE en BOUTEILLES, des quantites en HECTOLITRES des VINS DE CHAMPAGNE RECOLTES DANS LE DEPARTEMENT de LA MARNE et de la QUALITE du VIN’. Louis Larmat ca. 1944 [26432] 27 x 69 cm. £125

CHANNEL ISLANDS: 2238. 'CHANNEL ISLANDS'. Two maps, Guernsey and Jersey, on one sheet. John Tallis ca. 1851 [15033] 34 x 25 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £75

CHANNEL ISLANDS: 2239. ‘THE CHANNEL ISLANDS’. Detailed map of Guernsey Sark and Jersey, with inset maps of Alderney and the English Channel. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [21062] 32 x 47 cm. Full original colour. £60

CHANNEL ISLANDS: 2240. ‘THE CHANNEL ISLANDS’. Detailed map of Guernsey, Sark and Jersey, with inset maps of Alderney and the English Channel. More sea routes are indicated on the inset map of the English Channel and a railway has appeared on the Island of Alderney. Edward Stanford ca. 1904 [24453] 32 x 47 cm. Full original colour. £60

CHANNEL ISLANDS - ISLE OF MAN: 2241. ‘GUERNSEY’, ‘ALDERNEY’, ‘JERSEY’, ‘SARK’ AND ‘ISLE OF MAN’. 5 maps and 1 index map on one sheet. London, G. W. Bacon ca. 1895 [25226] 30 x 45 cm. Printed in full colours. £50

CHELTENHAM: 2244. ‘PLAN OF CHELTENHAM’. London, G. W. Bacon ca. 1895 [25214] 30 x 45 cm. Printed in full colours. £50

CHICAGO: 2248. ‘GENERAL VIEW OF CHICAGO’. Superb bird’s-eye view taken from above the the lake. Anonymous, ca. 1890 [26782] Uncoloured wood engraving, 12 x 21 cm. Fine condition. £60

CHICAGO: 2249. ‘CHICAGO (Business Portion)’. Plan of the Business Section. Edge very slightly trimmed. Baltimore & Ohio Railway Co 1892 [25381] Tinted wood-engraving, 18 x 13 cm. £60

CHICAGO: 2250. ‘CHICAGO LAKE SHORE AT JACKSON PARK’. A lively scene at the lakeside with many people, horses and carts and cyclists. Baltimore & Ohio Railway Co 1892 [25382] Tinted wood-engraving, 11 x 15 cm. £60

CHICAGO: 2251. ‘BIRD’S-EYE VIEW OF THE WORLD’S FAIR’. A view of the World’s Fair at Chicago, taken from the waterside. All the main buildings are indicated. Baltimore & Ohio Railway Co 1892 [25383] Tinted wood-engraving, 16 x 29 cm. £80

CHICAGO: 2252. ‘CHICAGO’. Doublepage plan of Chicago with two small inset plans of Riverdale and Chicago Center. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [25547] 52 x 34 cm. Printed in outline colours. £80 Verso: Singlepage plans of St. Paul and Nashville.

CHILI & LA PLATA: 2255. ‘CHILI, LA PLATA AND URUGUAY’. Map of Chile, Argentina and Uruguay with small inset of the south part of Patagonia. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25709] Full colour engraving with decorative border , 38 x 31 cm. £50

CHINA: 2256. ‘A VIEW OF A PAGAN TEMPLE’. Probably near Nanking, as it also shows a Porcelain Temple nearby. Anonymous for Harris’s Navigantium ca. 1745 [24886] Uncoloured copper engraving, 21 x 31 cm. £60

CHINA: 2257. ‘CHINA’. The Interior chiefly from Du Halde and the Jesuits and the sea coast from modern authorities'. J. & C.Walker for S.D.U.K. ca. 1845 [7525] 39 x 31 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

CHINA: 2258. ‘MAP OF CHINA’ with inset of Canton. Shows the whole of China and part of Siam.(as far as Bangkok). Illustrated London News 1858 [22990] Uncoloured wood engraving, 52 x 36 cm. £60

CHINA: 2259. ‘MAP OF CHINA’. Divided into its provinces and with inset plan of Canton. Published by Wood engraving 1858 [23457] 51 x 36 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £90

CHINA: 2260. ‘CHINA AND BIRMAH’. J. Rapkin for London Printing and Publishing Company ca. 1860 [18504] 25 x 33 cm. Later edition of the Tallis map in decorative border, but without vignettes. Uncoloured, previously folded. £50

CHINA: 2261. ‘CHINA’. Map of China, incl. Formosa. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1863 [17140] 43 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

CHINA: 2262. ‘CHINA’. Map of China. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [26336] 39 x 32 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £90

CHINA: 2263. ‘CHINA’. An interesting map of China, including Formosa. Edward Stanford 1894 [24422] 49 x 60 cm. Full original colour. £60

CHINA: 2264. ‘CHINA INCLUDING PARTS OF SIAM AND ANNAM’. Detailed insets of Hong Kong and Canton, Shang-Hai and Peking. Bacon ca 1900 [25702] Full colour, 48 x 30 cm. £60

CHINA and JAPAN: 2265. ‘TARTARIE CHINOISE, ROY. DE CORÉE ET ISLES DU JAPON’. China, Korea and Japan. Bonne ca. 1787 [18701] 24 x 36 cm. £90

CHINA and JAPAN: 2266. ‘DAS CHINESISCHE REICH MIT SEINEN SCHUTZSTAATEN, NEBST DEM JAPANISCHEN INSELREICHE’. Edler for Justus Perthes in Gotha ca. 1833 [16470] 27 x 38 cm. Original outline colouring. £80

CHINA and JAPAN: 2267. ‘EMPIRES CHINOIS ET JAPONAIS’. Map of China and Japan with a vignette view of Canton harbour. Anon ca. 1845 [21345] 19 x 28 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

CHINA and JAPAN: 2268. 'DAS CHINESISCHE REICH MIT SEINEN SCHUTZSTAATEN NEBST DEM JAPANISCHEN INSELREICHE'. Map of China, Mongolia, Korea and Japan with inset plan of Peking and inset map of the area around Macao, Canton and Hong Kong. Carl Radefeld for Joseph Meyer 1846 [14777] 29 x 35 cm. Original outline colour. Slight browning to centrefold, otherwise in very good condition. £90

CHINA and JAPAN: 2269. ‘DAS CHINESISCHE REICH UND JAPAN’. Map of China, Mongolia, Korea and Japan with inset plan of Peking and inset map of the area around Macao, Canton and Hong Kong. Meyer ca. 1865 [19050] 29 x 35 cm. Original outline Colour. £70

CHINA and JAPAN: 2270. ‘MAP OF THE EMPIRES OF CHINA, AND JAPAN’. James Wyld ca. 1849 [19049] 23 x 27 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

CHINA, KOREA and JAPAN: 2271. ‘CHINA (ÖSTL. THEIL), KOREA UND JAPAN’. Map of eastern China, incl. Taiwan, with Korea and Japan. Inset maps of Shanghai, Jedo and the area between Canton, Macau and Hong Kong. Published by Justus Perthes for Adolf Stieler 1868 [23425] 33 x 40 cm. Original outline colour. £70

CHINESE GREAT WALL: 2272. ‘THE EMBASSADORS ENTRY THROUGH THE FAMOUS CHINESE WALL...’. View of the Great Wall with a large ambassadorial procession approaching its gates near the city of Xogon Koton. Anonymous for Harris’s Navigantium ca. 1748 [24885] Uncoloured copper engraving, 19 x 38 cm. Title in scroll and explanations below. £60

CHINESE GREAT WALL: 2273. ‘AUSSICHT VON DER GROSSEN MAUR...’. View of the Great Wall with an ambassadorial procession entering the gates. F. de Bakker for Bellin 1749 [19860] 17 x 26 cm. £50

CHINESE GREAT WALL: 2274. ‘VUE DE LA GRANDE MURAILLE DU COTÉ PAR LEQUEL L’AMBASSADEUR ENTRA À LA CHINE’. View of the Great Wall with an ambassadorial procession entering the gates. Schley for Bellin ca. 1750 [17527] 17 x 26 cm. £50

CHINESE GREAT WALL: 2275. ‘VIEW OF YE GREAT WALL...’. View of the Great Wall with an ambassadorial procession entering the gates. G. Child ca. 1750 [19241] 17 x 33 cm. £50

CLIFTON: 2276. ‘CLIFTON AND NEIGHBOURHOOD’. Central picture of the Clifton Suspension Bridge, surrounded by ten other views of the area. The Pictorial World 1876 [23481] Uncoloured wood engraving, 34 x 50 cm. £60

CLIMATE: 2277. ‘VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION OF CLIMATE ON MOUNTAINS OF DIFFERENT LATITUDES’. (Andes, Alps, Himalayas) John Bartholomew 1891 [25669] Full colour print, 29 x 22 cm. £60

COLOMBIA and ECUADOR: 2278. ‘MAP OF THE COUNTRIES ON THE SOUTH SEA FROM PANAMA TO GUAYQUIL’. Panama, Colombia and Ecuador. Thomas Kitchin 1795 [19871] 37 x 24 cm. Uncoloured. Small marginal tear closed, otherwise very good. £60

COLOMBIA - ECUADOR - VENEZUELA: 2279. ‘VENEZUELA, NEW GRENADA & EQUADOR’. Map of Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador with inset map of the railroad across the Isthmus of Darien from Victor Bay to Panama. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [26562] 32 x 38 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

COLORADO: 2280. ‘COLORADO’. Curious map of Colorado. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27425] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

COLORADO MOUNTAINS: 2281. ‘LIFE AND SCENERY IN COLORADO AND THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS’. A collage of mountain scenes: ‘Pike’s Peak’, ‘Colorado Springs & Cheyenne Mountain’, ‘Monument park’, ‘Queen’s Canon’, ‘Mining’, etc. The Graphic 1874 [23164] Uncoloured wood engraving, 30 x 49 cm. £60

COLUMBIA: 2282. ‘COLUMBIA, ECUADOR AND PERU’. Folding map of Columbia, Ecuador and Peru with insets of the Panama Canal and the Galapagos Islands. Dissected into 20 segments and laid on linen. Edward Stanford ca. 1912 [23450] 66 x 58 cm. Full original colour. £90

COLUMBUS: 2283. ‘PREMIERS INDIENS QUI S’OFFRENT A CHRISTOPHE COLOMB’. Christopher Columbus meets the first natives at the shore. Engraving by Lempereur after Cochin ca. 1750 [17540] 19 x 14 cm. £80

COLUMBUS: 2284. ‘COLUMBUS PRESENTING AN ACCOUNT OF HIS DISCOVERY OF AMERICA TO THE KING AND QUEEN OF SPAIN’. Middletons Geography ca. 1760 [25008] Uncoloured copper engraving, 19 x 24 cm. £50

COLUMBUS: 2285. ‘COLUMBUS, DER ERSTE ERFINDER VON AMERICA’. Full length portrait of Columbus, the ‘first discoverer of America’, with globe and dividers. Woodcut by C. Riegel ca. 1770 [19059] 14 x 9 cm. £80

COLUMBUS: 2287. ‘THE CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS LANCERS’. Arranged by Charles Coote. Illustrated music cover and accompanying music score, showing an artiste as ‘Christopher Columbus’ as a young man standing under a palm tree. Taken from a photograph by A. Ellis N. Hanhart ca. 1860 [25417] Original full coloured lithograph, 31 x 24 cm. £60

COLUMBUS: 2288. ‘THE DEATH OF COLUMBUS’. Columbus lying on his bed receiving the last rites. Art Journal, London c. 1860 [27456] Uncoloured steel engraving. £50

COLUMBUS: 2289. ‘KRISTOFER KOLUMBUS’, written and sung by H. S. Richards. Music composed by Vincent Davies. The music is described as a ‘burlesque entertainment’ and the cover depicts a caricature of Christopher Columbus with a telescope in one hand and a map in the other. For private circulation, ca. 1880 [25418] Uncoloured lithograph, 32 x 20 cm. £50

COMO: 2290. ‘COMO, SWITZERLAND!’ Attractive view of Como in Italy printed in colour by Leighton Bros. Wood engraving 1857 [26509] 22 x 31 cm. £80

COMPASS: 2291. ‘THE MARINER’S COMPASS IMPROVED’. Compass and some parts. Engraved for the Universal Magazine for J. Hinton ca. 1750 [20113] 17 x 12 cm. £50

CONNECTICUT: 2292. ‘MAP OF CONNECTICUT’. Two small inset maps of Hartford and New Haven. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24658] 31 x 38 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £80

CONNECTICUT: 2293. ‘CONNECTICUT’. Curious map of Connecticut. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27610] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

COOK: 2294. 'CAPTAIN COOK. From the Original Picture by Dance in the Gallery of Greenwich Hospital'. Half-length portrait, engraved by Rogers for Tallis ca. 1851 [7548] 13 x 10 cm, encircled by decorative vignettes. £50

COOK: 2295. ‘JAMES COOK’ (facsimile signature below image). Three Quarter length portrait of Capt. James Cook, sitting at a table indicating a reference on a circular map. From the original painting by N. Dance, in the National Gallery, Greenwich Hospital, engraved by W. Holl ca. 1860 [25031] Uncoloured steel engraving, 13 x 10 cm. Uncoloured. £50

COOK: 2296. ‘JAMES COOK’ (facsimile signature below image). Head and shoulder portrait of Capt. James Cook. Finely engraved by H. B. Hall in New York ca. 1880 [21748] 25 x 18 cm (= image, otherwise wider margins). Uncoloured. £75

COPENHAGEN: 2297. 'COPENHAGEN (KIÖBENHAVEN)'. Plan with panoramic view of Copenhagen along lower border. Meyer 1844 [15128] 34 x 41 cm. Uncoloured steel engraving. Some slight foxing. £75

CORK: 2298. ‘THE ENVIRONS OF CORK’ Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27295] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by E. Weller. £60

CORK: 2299. ‘THE ENVIRONS OF CORK’. Published by Cassell, Petter & Galpin for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1865 [27243] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by E. Weller. £60 Additional topographical description amd details of population of various towns etc.

CORNWALL: 2300. ‘CORNWALL’. Drawn and engraved by Edward Weller, Inset of the Scilly isles. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27194] Lithograph with original colour, 30 x 43 cm. £80

CORNWALL: 2301. ‘CORNWALL’. Drawn and engraved by Edward Weller, with additional notes refering to births, marriages & deaths, education, parlimentary representation etc. Inset map of the Scilly isles. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1865 [27193] Lithograph with original colour, 30 x 43 cm. £90

CORSICA: 2302. ‘DEPT. DE LA CORSE’. Map of Corsica, surrounded by decorative vignettes showing the produce of the country, scenery, statues of Napoleon and two tables of explanations. Laguillermie for Levasseur’s Atlas National Illustré ca. 1852 [19829] 41 x 28 cm. The map in original outline colour, the pictorial surrounds uncoloured as issued. Excellent condition. £75

CORSICA: 2303. ‘CORSE’.Map of Corsica with portraits of Napoleon and Pascal Paoli, with a vignette view of Ajaccio. A Biset for Migeon ca. 1890 [27745] 32 x 22 cm. Original colour. £60

CORSICA: 2304. ‘GULF OF ST. FLORENT (SAN FIORENZO)’. Sea chart of the Gulf of Florent on the north coast of Corsica from a French Government plan published in 1894. First published at the Admiralty 1895 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small correctionsby the Admiralty 1950 [26823] 37 x 49 cm. Uncoloured. Folded once, otherwise excellent condition. £75

CÔTE D’AZUR - PROVENCE: 2305. ‘DEPT. DU VAR’. Map of the Côte d’Azur between Toulon and Nice, surrounded by decorative vignettes showing scenery and produce of the country. Two tables of explanations. Laguillermie for Levasseur’s Atlas National Illustré ca. 1852 [19830] 28 x 43 cm. The map in original outline colour, the pictorial surrounds uncoloured as issued. Excellent condition. £65

COTE D’OR: 2306. ‘DEPT. DE LA COTE D’OR’. Map of the Côte D’Or, centred on Dijon, surrounded by decorative vignettes showing scenery and produce of the country, with an emphasis on wine . Two tables of explanations. Laguillermie for Levasseur’s Atlas National Illustré ca. 1852 [25359] 28 x 43 cm. The map in original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50

CRIMEA: 2308. ‘BIRD’S-EYE VIEW OF THE CRIMEA’. Highly detailed map of the Crimea with a eighty part key below. Illustrated Times 1855 [25700] Uncoloured wood engraving, 35 x 48 cm. £60

CRUMLIN VIADUCT: 2309. ‘THE GREAT CRUMLIN VIADUCT, ON THE NEWPORT, AND HEREFORD RAILWAY. TOTAL LENGTH, 1700FT; HEIGHT 200FT. Illustrated London News 1857 [23189] Uncoloured wood engraving, 33 x 51 cm. £60

CUBA: 2310. ‘CUBA AND JAMAICA’. Detailed map of Cuba, reaching as far as Cayman Islands, Jamaica, parts of the Bahama Islands, and the Florida Keys. Theodor Ettling for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [17185] 30 x 43 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £60

CUBA: 2311. ‘CUBA’. Doublepage map of Cuba with large inset plan of the ‘City of Havana and Harbor’. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [25544] 33 x 52 cm. Printed in colours. £60

CUMBERLAND: 2312. ‘CUMBERLAND’. Map of Cumberland. John Cary 1787 [25160] 26 x 21 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

DANZIG - GDANSK: 2314. ‘DANTZIG’. Panoramic view. Pieter Bertius ca. 1632 [26534] 14 x 19 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. Excellent condition. £90

DANZIG - GDANSK: 2315. ‘DANTZIG’. Small panoramic view of Danzig. Friedrich Hulsius ca. 1632 [26536] 7 x 13 cm. Printed copper engraving, uncoloured, on full folio text page. Slight overall agetoning. Excellent condition. £90

DAUPHINÉ: 2316. ‘CARTE DU GOUVERNEMENT DE DAUPHINÉ, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of the Dauphiné region in central France with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25117] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

DELAWARE: 2317. ‘DELAWARE’. Curious map of Delaware. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27611] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

DELHI: 2318. ‘DELHI’. A street at the back of the Jumma Musjid. Illustrated London News 1857 [24925] Colour printed, 22 x 32 cm. £60

DELHI: 2319. ‘PLAN OF DELHI AND ITS ENVIRONS’. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1863 [17191] 31 x 44 cm. Original outline colour. £60

DENMARK: 2320. 'DAS KÖNIGREICH DAENNEMARCK NEBST DENEN ANGRAENTZENDEN LAENDERN'. J. G. Schreiber ca. 1750 [15135] 16 x 25 cm. Orig. colour. £60

DENMARK: 2321. ‘CHARTE DES KÖNIGREICHS DAENEMARK...’. Denmark. Verlag des Geograph. Instituts Weimar 1804 [17278] 47 x 56 cm. Original outline colour. Papercrease to the left of centre-fold. £80

DENMARK: 2322. ‘DENMARK’. Sidney Hall 1828 [19283] 51 x 41 cm. Original outline Colour. £90

DENMARK: 2323. ‘DENMARK’. W. Lizars ca. 1845 [18980] 47 x 37 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

DENMARK: 2324. ‘DENMARK’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25694] Full original colour with decorative coloured border, 30 x 25 cm. £50

DERBYSHIRE: 2327. ‘DERBYSHIRE’. Map of Derbyshire. John Cary 1787 [25161] 26 x 21 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

DETROIT: 2329. ‘DETROIT’. Doublepage plan of Detroit. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [25548] 34 x 51 cm. Printed in colours. £50 Verso: Singlepage plans of Milwaukee and Minneapolis.

DIAMOND MINES: 2330. ‘THE DIAMOND DIGGINGS, SOUTH AFRICA’. Many labourers and supervisors going about their work around the main diamond mine. Supplement to the Illustrated London News 1872 [27833] 31 x 48 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. Excellent condition. £80

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: 2331. ‘DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA’. Curious map of District of Columbia. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27612] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

DRAKE: 2332. ‘FRANÇOIS DRACK’. Head and shoulder portrait of Francis Drake, British admiral and circumnavigator, holding a globe. From Isaac Bullart/Academie des Sciences et des Arts 1682 [22593] 17 x 13 cm, on folio text page with decorative initial C. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75

DRAKE: 2333. ‘SR. FRANCIS DRAKE...’. Portrait of the English admiral and navigator, taken from an original painting. Anonymous for Harris’s Navigantium ca. 1744 [19848] 30 x 18 cm. £80

DUBLIN: 2334. ‘THE ENVIRONS OF DUBLIN’ Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27247] 43 x 31 cm. Lithograph by E. Weller. £60

DUBLIN: 2335. ‘THE ENVIRONS OF DUBLIN’. with added description of boundaries, population, marriages etc, published by Cassell, Petter & Galpin for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1865 [27248] 43 x 31 cm. Lithograph by E. Weller. £60 Additional railways are noted.

DUBLIN: 2336. ‘DUBLIN: VIEWS IN THE CITY’. One main picture of Sackville Street from Carlisle bridge (23 x 30 cms) surrounded by 11 smaller sketches of the surrounding area. The Graphic 1878 [23129] Uncoloured wood engraving, 36 x 53 cm. £80

DUBLIN: 2337. ‘PLAN OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN’. Scale: 4 inches to the Mile. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [25588] 31 x 41 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £90

DUBLIN - GEOLOGY: 2338. ‘GEOLOGICAL MAP OF THE ENVIRONS OF DUBLIN’. Scale: 3/4 Inch to the Mile. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [26332] 30 x 38 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £75

DUNKIRK: 2339. ‘DUNKERCKEN MIT ALLEN NEUEN FORTIFICATION EN’. Plan of Dunkirk, it’s fortification and areas around. Gabriel Bodenehr ca. 1740 [24990] Original coloured copper engraving, 15 x 29 cm (plan) with text either side. £75

EAST AFRICA: 2340. ‘ABISSINIE OU HAUTE ETHOPIE’. Map of East Africa, incl. Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. Pierre Du Val 1663 [21190] 12 x 10 cm. Original outline colour. £60

EAST AFRICA: 2341. ‘ZANGUEBAR’. Map of East Africa from Tanzania to Somalia. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21214] 12 x 10 cm. Uncoloured. £50

EAST AFRICA: 2342. ‘ABISSINIE OU HAUTE ETHOPIE’. Map of East Africa, incl. Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21217] 12 x 10 cm. Uncoloured. £50

EAST CANADA: 2343. ‘CANADA’. A. K. Johnston ca. 1845 [20408] 49 x 59 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

EAST CANADA: 2344. ‘CANADA EAST FORMERLY LOWER CANADA’. Inset map of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24665] 31 x 40 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

EAST CANADA: 2345. 'EAST CANADA AND NEW BRUNSWICK', with three vignette views. Tallis ca. 1851 [7329] 25 x 35 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

EAST CANADA: 2346. 'EAST CANADA AND NEW BRUNSWICK', with two vignette views and a canadian seal in the shape of a coin. Tallis ca. 1851 [27150] 25 x 35 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

EAST INDIA: 2347. ‘PARTIE ORIENTALE DE LA TERRE FERME DE L’INDE MODERNE’. Map of Thailand, Burma, Malaya, Laos and Cambodia. Alain Manesson Mallet ca. 1683 [24771] 15 x 10 cm. Recent outline colour. £60

EAST INDIA: 2348. ‘MAP OF THE PROPOSED ROUTE TO CHINA FROM BRITISH BURMAH’. Map of East India (China, Burma, Siam, Malaysia). John Dower ca. 1875 [27867] 22 x 19 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £75

EAST INDIES: 2349. 'OST-INDIEN MIT DEN INSELN'. India, East India and East India islands. Stieler 1831 [7507] 30 x 39 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

EAST INDIES: 2350. 'EASTERN ISLANDS OR MALAY ARCHIPELAGO'. J. & C.Walker for S.D.U.K. 1836 [14760] 32 x 39 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

EAST INDIES: 2351. ‘INDIA AND THE BIRMAN EMPIRE’. India and East India. E. P. Williams 1841 [18107] 24 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £75

EAST INDIES: 2352. 'NEUESTE KARTE DER OSTINDISCHEN INSELN'. Map of East India, Malaysia, Borneao, Indonesia and Philippines. Carl Radefeld for Joseph Meyer 1844 [14761] 29 x 36 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £90

EAST INDIES: 2353. 'DIE OSTINDISCHEN INSELN'. Map of East India, Malaysia, Borneo, Indonesia and Philippines. Carl Flemming ca. 1850 [7511] 31 x 40 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £90

EAST INDIES: 2354. ‘THE INDIAN ARCHIPELAGO’. East Indian islands (Java, Sumatra, Borneo, Celebes, Philippines, Moluccas). Edward Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1860 [15939] 31 x 43 cm. Outline colour. £60

EAST INDIES: 2355. 'DIE OSTINDISCHEN INSELN'. East India islands. F. v. Stülpnagel and H. Berghaus for Stieler 1868 [16601] 34 x 40 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

EAST INDIES: 2356. ‘INDO-CHINE ET ARCHIPEL D’ASIE’. East Indies map with vignette view of the Gouvernment Palace at Saigon. L. Smith for Migeon ca. 1880 [18677] 31 x 42 cm. Full original colour. £90

EAST INDIES: 2357. ‘OSTINDISCHE INSELN’. East Indies incl. Philippines with small inset maps of Java, Singapore straits and islands, Batavia, etc. H. Berghaus for Stieler 1886 [19626] 34 x 41 cm. Printed in colours. £80

EAST INDIES: 2358. ‘OVERZICHTKAART VAN NED.OOST - INDIE’. A general map of the East Indies. J. Smulders, Den Haag ca. 1918 [25336] Full coloured lithograph, 63 x 28 cm. £50

EASTERN EUROPE: 2359. ‘THE GRAPHIC MAP OF BULGARIA, EASTERN ROUMELIA, THE TURKISH EMPIRE IN EUROPE ETC’ ACCORDING TO THE TREATY OF BERLIN. Suppliment to The Graphic, Sept.26th 1885 [25018] Tinted wood engraving, 26 x 37 cm. £60

EASTERN HEMISPHERE: 2360. 'ORTHOGRAPHIA GEOMETRICA HEMISPHAERII ORIENTALIS. FOL.Q'. H.Scherer ca. 1700 [7261] 24 x 19 cm. Three astronomical diagrams below. £50

EASTERN UNITED STATES: 2361. ‘VEREIN-STAATEN VON NORD-AMERICA MIT AUSNAHME FLORIDAS’S UND DER WESTLICHEN TERRITORIEN’. Eastern and central states without Florida. Inset map of Texas showing the German and French settlements. F. von Stülpnagel for Stieler’s Atlas, publ. by Perthes in Gotha 1852 - 1852 [25885] 34 x 40 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

EASTERN UNITED STATES: 2363. ‘VEREIN-STAATEN VON NORD-AMERICA MIT AUSNAHME FLORIDAS’S UND DER WESTLICHEN TERRITORIEN’. Eastern and central states without Florida. Inset map of Texas showing the German and French settlements. F. von Stülpnagel for Stieler’s Atlas, publ. by Perthes in Gotha 1852 - 1864 [25884] 34 x 40 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

EASTERN UNITED STATES: 2364. ‘VEREIN-STAATEN VON NORD-AMERICA MIT AUSNAHME FLORIDAS’S UND DER WESTLICHEN TERRITORIEN’. Eastern and central states without Florida. Inset map of Texas showing the German and French settlements. F. von Stülpnagel for Stieler’s Atlas, publ. by Perthes in Gotha 1852 - 1871 [19984] 34 x 40 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

EDINBURGH: 2366. ‘EDINBURGH ILLUSTRATED: GENERAL VIEW OF THE CITY FROM CALTON HILL’. Five smaller views below. The Graphic 1879 [23212] Uncoloured wood engraving, 33 x 50 cm. £50

EDINBURGH - GEOLOGY: 2367. ‘GEOLOGICAL MAP OF THE ENVIRONS OF EDINBURGH’. Scale: 3/4 inch to Mile. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [25583] 30 x 38 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £75

EDINBURGSHIRE: 2368. ‘EDINBURGHSHIRE’. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27241] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by E. Weller. £60

EGYPT: 2369. ‘EGYPTE’. Small map of Egypt, together with a separate one page leaf of an heraldic shield depicting three snakes. Pierre Du Val 1663 [21185] 12 x 10 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50

EGYPT: 2370. ‘EGYPTE’. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21222] 12 x 10 cm. Uncoloured. £50

EGYPT: 2371. ‘EGYPT’. Anonymous, but Thomson ca. 1816 [19331] 50 x 25 cm. Full original colour. £50

EGYPT: 2372. ‘EGYPT’. Map of Egypt. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24628] 38 x 31 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

EGYPT: 2374. ‘EGYPT, ARABIA PETRAEA AND LOWER NUBIA’. A detailed map printed at the end of the 19th century, with three small insets of Alexandria, Cairo and the Suez Canal. Railways, Canals, Camel and Pilgrim Routes are shown. W. & A.K. Johnston 1892 [25321] Original colour. 57 x 44 cm. £60

EGYPT: 2375. ‘EGYPT’. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [21046] 39 x 31 cm. Full original colour. £60

EGYPT: 2376. ‘EGYPT’. Map of Egypt with additional railways added almost along the entire River Nile and through the desert from Hamron to the El Khargeh. Edward Stanford ca. 1904 [24461] 39 x 31 cm. Full original colour. £60

EGYPT & ARABIA PETRAEA: 2377. ‘EGYPT & ARABIA PETRAEA’. Map shows also the north west coast of Arabia with part of the Pilgrims Route indicated. A. K. Johnston ca. 1850 [25265] 48 x 58 cm. Original outline colouring. £50

ELEPHANTS: 2378. ‘THE BURMESE WHITE ELEPHANT, “TOUNG TALOUNG” imported by Mr Barnum. Superb image. Illustrated London News 1884 [27666] Tinted wood engraving, 26 x 35 cm. £50

ENGLAND: 2379. ‘MAP OF ENGLAND’. Insets of Scilly Isles, Environs of Liverpool & London. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25687] Full original colour with decorative coloured border, 40 x 32 cm. £70

ENGLAND: 2380. ‘OUR NATIONAL DEFENCES’. Bird’s-eye view of the chief points of defence against invasion. Illustrated map of England with a key, indicating where the various barracks and camps, volunteers and militaria, head quarters and forts, ships and torpedos are. The Graphic 1888 [23289] Tinted engraving, 35 x 57 cm. £50 Full and complete explanatory text verso.

ENGLAND & WALES: 2381. ‘ENGLAND & WALES’. A. K. Johnston ca. 1845 [21750] 59 x 50 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

ENGLAND & WALES: 2382. ‘ENGLAND & WALES’. Map shows Cities, Towns and Villages according to population. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [25252] Printed in colours. 59 x 47 cm. £90

ENGLAND & WALES: 2383. ‘ENGLAND & WALES’. Four maps forming one large one of England and Wales, showing Boundaries, Counties, Boroughs and Municipal Boroughs. Edward Stanford 1894 [25257] Full original colour. 112 x 93 cm when joined. £90

ENGLAND & WALES: 2384. ‘ENGLAND & WALES’. Map shows Cities, Towns and Villages according to population. In this edition the county boroughs are greatly enlarged and indicated by a sold red colour. Edward Stanford ca. 1904 [25253] Printed in colours. 59 x 47 cm. £90

ESSEX: 2385. ‘ESSEX’. Map of Essex. John Cary 1787 [25165] 21 x 26 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £60 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

ESTONIA - LATVIA: 2386. ‘RUSSIA’. Sheet No. 3 of Lett’s nine sheet map of Russia, showing Estonia, Latvia and parts of northern Lithuania. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [26834] 32 x 39 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £75

ETON COLLEGE: 2387. ‘THE GREAT SCHOOLS OF ENGLAND - ETON COLLEGE’. Good view of the college from the Thames. Illustrated London News 1890 [23464] Uncoloured wood engraving, 32 x 48 cm. £50

EUROPE: 2388. ‘CARTE GENERALE DES CHEMINS DE FER EUROPEENS DONNAT TOUTES LES STATIONS’. A general map of Europe showing all the main railway lines and stations. Migeon, France, ca 1890 [27751] 77 x 93 cm. Printed in colour. Folded as issued. Slight tear repaired. £60

EUROPE: 2389. ‘EUROPE’.Map of Europe. Edward Stanford 1896 [25244] Full colour. 48 x 59 cm. £90

EUROPE (CONTINENT): 2391. ‘EUROPE’. Map of Europe with two side borders of heraldic shields, set within very decorative pictorial scenic surround of statues, putti, allegorical figures and implements. Laguillermie for Levasseur’s Atlas Universel Illustré ca. 1852 [18343] 29 x 44 cm. The map in original outline colour, the pictorial surrounds uncoloured as issued. Excellent condition. £75

EUROPEAN ATLANTIC ISLANDS: 2392. 'ISLANDS IN THE ATLANTIC'. Maps of the Azores, Madeira, Cape Verde, Canary and Bermuda Islands on one sheet, surrounded by decorative border. John Tallis ca. 1851 [7338] 34 x 25 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £75

EUROPEAN ATLANTIC ISLANDS: 2393. 'ISLANDS IN THE ATLANTIC'. Maps of the Azores, Madeira, Cape Verde, Canary and Bermuda Islands on one sheet, surrounded by decorative border. John Tallis ca. 1851 [26460] 34 x 25 cm. Original outline colour, all vignettes and border recent colour. Excellent condition. Folio edition - no centrefold. £90

EUROSTAR LONDON:
2394. ‘THE MIDLAND RAILWAY HOTEL, EUSTON ROAD’. Eurostar Terminus St. Pancras, London. Wood engraving 1871 [24842] Coloured wood engraving, 24 x 34 cm. £65

FERNEL: 2395. ‘JEAN FERNEL’. Half length portrait of Jean Fernel, French doctor who measured the meridian, sitting at a table next to an anatomical human skeleton. From Isaac Bullart/Academie des Sciences et des Arts 1682 [22598] 17 x 13 cm, on folio text page with decorative initial O. £75

FIJI: 2396. ‘FIJI ARCHIPELAGO’ on sheet with ‘TASMANIA’. Two maps on one page. Edward Stanford 1894 [25239] Overall size 53 x 31 cm. Printed in colour £90

FLAGS & EMBLEMS: 2397. ‘BRITISH FLAGS’. Flag of the Royal Standard of England surrounded by thirteen other British Flags. Anonymous ca. 1810 [26365] Hand coloured copper engraving, 20 x 20 cm. £60

FLAGS & EMBLEMS: 2398. ‘THE FLAGS OF ALL NATIONS’. Thirty five different flags headed by the ‘Royal British Standard’. Wood engraving 1858 [26359] Full colour illustrations on one page, 35 x 23 cm. £80

FLAGS & EMBLEMS: 2399. ‘THE ARMS OF ALL NATIONS’. Twenty eight different coats of arms, headed by the arms of Great Britian. Wood engraving 1858 [26360] Full colour illustrations on one page, 35 x 23 cm. £60

FLAGS & EMBLEMS: 2400. ‘FLAGGENKARTEN DER SEEFAHRENDEN NATIONEN DER ERDE’. Seventy one flags of the seefaring nations of the world, arranged in an eliptic order. F. A. Brockhaus in Leipzig ca. 1860 [26364] 23 x 32 cm. Printed in full colours with key below. £90

FLAGS & EMBLEMS: 2401. ‘THE FLAGS OF ALL NATIONS’. Fifty one different flags, including four larger ones of America, Great Britain and Germany. Published in Black’s General Atlas 1894 [26366] Full colour illustrations on one page, 37 x 26 cm. £90

FLAGS & EMBLEMS: 2402. ‘PRINCIPAL NATIONAL FLAGS’. Fifty four flags of different nations. John Bartholomew ca. 1900 [25667] Full colour illustrations on one page, 31 x 21 cm. £60

FLAGS & EMBLEMS: 2403. ‘FLAGS OF ALL NATIONS’. Fifty one flags of different nations, with the British Royal Standard at the top. G. W. Bacon 1908 [25668] Full colour illustrations on one page, 31 x 22 cm. £60

FLAGS & EMBLEMS: 2404. ‘FLAGS OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE’. 17 flags surrounding the Royal Standard. Published by George Philip & Son Ltd ca. 1912 [26361] Full colour illustrations on one page, 35 x 23 cm. £60

FLAGS & EMBLEMS: 2405. ‘AMERICAN, ASIATIC & AFRICAN FLAGS’. Thirty three Flags headed by the ‘Stars and Stripes’ of the United States. Published by George Philip & Son Ltd ca. 1912 [26362] Full colour illustrations on one page, 35 x 23 cm. Short tear at lower left corner closed. £60

FLAGS & EMBLEMS: 2406. ‘EUROPEAN FLAGS’. Thirty two Flags of European countries. Published by George Philip & Son Ltd ca. 1912 [26363] Full colour illustrations on one page, 35 x 23 cm. £60

FLANDERS: 2407. ‘FLÃDERN’. Early map of Flandres between Calais, Valenciennes and Antwerp. Seb. Münster ca. 1550 [18268] 12 x 15 cm. On folio text page. Some original colour. £50

FLANDERS: 2408. ‘VON DEM LAND FLANDERN’. Early map of Flandres between Calais, Valenciennes, Bruxelles and Antwerp. Seb. Münster ca. 1550 [20866] 12 x 15 cm. On full folio text page with large initial ‘W’. £50

FLANDERS: 2409. ‘CARTE DU COMTÉ DE FLANDRE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of Flanders, the part Belgian, part French region, with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25102] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

FLORENCE: 2410. ‘DANTE AND BEATRICE’. A meeting between Dante & Beatrice by the River. The town of Florence is in the background. From a painting by Henry Holiday after the original painting in the possesion of Liverpool Corporation. Wood engraving 1906 [24989] Tinted wood engraving, 30 x 45 cm. £50

FLORIDA: 2411. EASTERN UNITED STATES’. Map of Florida, with inset of area around Pensacola Bay. Letts, Son & Co, ca 1882 [26418] 38 x 32 cm. Printed in colour. £90

FLORIDA: 2412. ‘MAP OF FLORIDA’. Doublepage map with small inset map of the top northwest part of Florida. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [25556] 50 x 33 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £60

FLORIDA: 2413. ‘FLORIDA’. Detailed map of Florida at the turn of the century, with inset maps of northwest Florida, Key West, and areas around Jacksonville, Tampa and St. Augustine. The Century Co. 1902 [18518] 38 x 27 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £60

FORTH BRIDGE: 2415. ‘THE FORTH BRIDGE AT QUEENSFERRY, ON THE BRITISH NORTH RAILWAY: VIEW FROM THE SOUTH SHORE’. Illustrated London News 1889 [23188] Uncoloured wood engraving, 34 x 51 cm. £60

FORTH BRIDGE: 2416. ‘THE FORTH BRIDGE; TO BE OPENED BY H.R.H.THE PRINCE OF WALES ON TUESDAY, MARCH 4th, 1890’. Extremely strong image of the bridge. The Graphic 1890 [23191] Uncoloured wood engraving, 33 x 50 cm. £60

FRANCE: 2417. ‘LA FRANCE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of France with large pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25107] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £60 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

FRANCE: 2418. ‘NEUE CHARTE VON FRANKREICH...’. France with small inset map of Corsica. Verlag des Geograph. Instituts Weimar 1805 [17303] 48 x 52 cm. Full original colour. Cartouche uncoloured. £75

FRANCE: 2419. ‘CHARTE VON FRANKREICH...’. Map of France. Friedrich Wilhelm Streit for Verlag des Geograph. Instituts Weimar 1817 [25828] 48 x 58 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £75

FRANCE: 2420. ‘FRANCE’. Sidney Hall 1827 [19260] 40 x 51 cm. Original outline Colour. £90

FRANCE: 2421. ‘FRANCE’. Map of France, divided into departements, with two inset maps of the area around Paris and the French island of Corsica. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [26563] 40 x 32 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £50

FRANCE GEOLOGIQUE: 2422. ‘FRANCE GEOLOGIQUE’. Geological map of France with vignette of Grotte De Royat and small inset map of Corsica. L. Smith for Migeon ca. 1888 [27637] 32 x 42 cm. Full original colour. £95

FUZHOU: 2423. ‘FU CHEW FU, OR HOKFYEW...’. View of Fuzhou, capital of the East coast Chinese province of Fujian. J. Basire ca. 1750 [19242] 17 x 36 cm. £50

GAMBIA - MADAGASCAR: 2424. ‘COLONIES FRANCAISES EN AFRICA’. Senegambia and Madagascar. Levasseur ca 1852 [25684] The maps in original outline colour. Excellent condition. 29 x 43 cm. £50

GASCOGNE: 2425. ‘LE PAIS DE BEARN’. Map of the area between Bayonne, Dax, Oloron and Pau in southwest France, bordering Spain. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [22401] 38 x 49 cm. Full original colour, the cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £90

GASCOGNE and GUYENNE: 2426. ‘CARTE DU GOUVERNEMENT DE GUYENNE ET GASCOGNE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of southwestern France between Bordeaux, the Pyrenées, Toulouse and Limoges with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25120] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

GENÈVE: 2427. ‘VIEWS OF GENEVA, THE RHONE AND THE ALPS OF SAVOY’. Central view of Geneva taken from the lake. Six other views of the city above and below. Wood engraving 1887 [23139] Uncoloured wood engraving, 32 x 46 cm. £60

GENÈVE: 2428. ‘GENEVA (GENÈVE)’. Town plan of Geneva with vignette view and small inset map of the environs. Davies for S.D.U.K. ca. 1840 [18027] 29 x 37 cm. Outline colour. £60

GENÈVE: 2429. ‘GENEVA (GENÈVE)’. Town plan of Geneva with vignette view and small inset map of the environs. Davies for S.D.U.K. ca. 1840 [24101] Uncoloured steel engraving, 29 x 37 cm. £50

GEOLOGY: 2430. ‘GEOLOGICAL MAP OF THE BRITISH ISLES’. John Bartholomew 1891 [25679] Full colour print, 27 x 22 cm. £50

GEORGE WASHINGTON: 2432. ‘GEORGE WASHINGTON, FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF NORTH AMERICA’. Head and Shoulder portrait in oval frame. Supplement for the Illustrated London News 1876 [10507] 42 x 34 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £60

GEORGIA: 2433. ‘AT A GEORGIA CAMP MEETING’. An illustrated sheet music cover with accompanying music & text. Charles Sheard & Co, London. ca 1900 [27321] Tinted lithograph, 32 x 24 cm. £85

GEORGIA: 2434. ‘GEORGIA’. Curious map of Georgia. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27412] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

GIBRALTAR: 2437. ‘CELEBRATING THE QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY AT GIBRALTAR’. Spectacular view of the Rock, taken from the Queen of Spain’s Chair, a hill rising behind the spanish town of Linea. Beyond is the belt of neutral ground and further on the British Lines. The harbour is full of ships. The Graphic 1891 [24574] Original wood engraving, 23 x 30cm, hand-coloured. £50

GLASGOW: 2438. ‘GLASGOW’. Plan of Glasgow. Joseph Wilson Lowry for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [25527] 31 x 43 cm. Uncoloured lithograph. £50

GLASGOW: 2439. ‘THE ENVIRONS OF GLASGOW’. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27242] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by E. Weller. £60

GLASGOW: 2440. ‘GLASGOW ILLUSTRATED: VIEWS IN THE CITY’. Central view of the city from the sailors home, surrounded by 12 scenes of other parts of the city. The Graphic 1880 [23190] Uncoloured wood engraving, 32 x 50 cm. £50

GLOBES: 2441. Untitled. Two Globes. Anon. ca 1820 [27723] 10 x 16 cm. Uncoloured steel engraving. £50

GRAND CANYON: 2442. ‘THE TRANSEPT IN THE KAIBAB, GRAND CANYON, COLORADO RIVER,USA’. A most dramatic view of the Grand Canyon. The Graphic 1883 [23159] Uncoloured wood engraving, 31 x 45 cm. £80

GREAT LAKES: 2443. ‘STATES OF MICHIGAN, WISCONSIN AND IOWA’. Detailed map, showing the proposed Pacific Railway Routes. H. D. Rogers & A. K. Johnston 1857 [20842] 33 x 41 cm. Original outline Colour. Two unobtrusive blindstamps. £90

GREECE: 2444. ‘GREECE’ Interesting map with small cartouche. J.B.Tardieu after Giraldon ca. 1815 [26416] Copper Engraving, 22 x 30 cm Original outline Colour. £50

GREECE: 2445. ‘ATTICA’. Detailed map of the Athens peninsula. E. Mitchell for Thomson ca. 1816 [19311] 46 x 33 cm. Original outline Colour. Excellent condition. £80

GREECE: 2446. ‘GREECE’. Sidney Hall 1828 [19280] 51 x 41 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

GREECE: 2447. ‘GREECE OR HELLAS, IONIAN ISLANDS AND CRETE’.’ A. K. Johnston ca. 1845 [20399] 49 x 60 cm. Original outline Colour. £75

GREECE: 2448. ‘GREECE’. Map of Greece with small inset map of Crete. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24627] 31 x 38 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £70

GREECE: 2449. ‘HELLAS OR GREECE AND IONIAN ISLANDS’. A. & C. Black ca. 1850 [25658] £50

GREECE: 2450. ‘GREECE’. A detailed map of Greece, towards the end of the 19th century, with insets of Athens, Corfu & the Cyclades. W. & A.K. Johnston 1892 [25305] Original colour. 57 x 44 cm. £60

GREECE: 2451. ‘GREECE AND THE IONIAN ISLANDS’. Detailed map of Greece and the Ionian Islands indicating the modern divisions ( THE NOMARCHIES OF GREECE).. Edward Stanford 1894 [27980] 60 X 48 CM. Printed in full colours. £60

GREECE - BALKANS: 2452. ‘MAP OF TURKEY IN EUROPE’. Map of Greece and the Balkans. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25728] Full colour engraving, 30 x 24 cm. £50

GRENADA: 2454. ‘GRENADA’. Thomson 1816 [19294] 25 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. 2 borders extended (remargined). £90

GUADELOUPE: 2455. ‘COLONIES FRANÇAISES...’. Map of Guadeloupe, surrounded by decorative scenes showing the produce of the country. Laguillermie for Levasseur’s Atlas Illustré ca. 1852 [19831] 28 x 43 cm. The map in original outline colour. £50

GUADELOUPE, ANTIGUA and MARIE GALANTE: 2456. ‘GUADELOUPE’ / ‘ANTIGUA’ / ‘MARIEGALANTE’. 3 detailed maps on one sheet. George Philip & Son, ca 1850 [26413] 50 x 59 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £90

GUAM: 2457. ‘CARTE DE L’ARCHIPEL DE ST. LAZARE OU LES ISLES MARIANES’. Map of the US Mariana Islands with large inset map of Guam. Nicolas Bellin 1752 [18917] 23 x 16 cm. Large cartouche. £50

GUATEMALA: 2458. ‘ANTIQUARIAN SKETCHES IN GUATEMALA’. Nice double page, with nine views. F. Frénzény 1889 [16899] 32 x 44 cm. £60

GUIANA & VENEZUELA: 2459. ‘BRITISH, DUTCH & FRENCH GUIANA & VENEZUELA’. Edward Stanford 1904 [24475] 34 x 52 cm. Full original colour. £60

GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE: 2460. 'CARTE DU GOLPHE DE ST. LAURENT ET PAYS VOISINS'. Gulf of St. Lawrence with Newfoundland, Cape Breton, Anticosti and Prince Edward Island. J. N. Bellin ca. 1750 [7331] 22 x 36 cm. Cartouche. £60

GUYANA: 2461. 'BRITISH GUAYANA'. Tallis ca. 1851 [7397] 34 x 25 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

GUYANA and SURINAM: 2462. ‘LA GUAIANE OU FRANCE EQUINOCTIALE’. Pierre Du Val 1663 [21180] 10 x 12 cm. Original outline colour. £60

GUYANA - SURINAM: 2463. ‘GUIANA COMPREHENDING BRITISH, DUTCH & FRENCH’. Map of British, Dutch (now: Surinam) and French Guyana. Joseph Wilson Lowry for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [25518] 30 x 42 cm. Original outline colour.
£50

HAINAUT - NAMUR: 2464. ‘CARTE DES COMTEZ DE HAINAUT, DE NAMUR ET DES CAMBRESIS, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of Hainaut, Namur and Cambray on the French/Belgian border, reaching to Bruxelles, with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25103] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £60 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

HAMPSHIRE: 2465. ‘CRUCHLEY’S ROAD AND RAILWAY MAP OF THE COUNTY OF HAMPSHIRE...’. Folding map, not dissected. Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. G. F. Cruchley ca. 1888 [20986] 55 x 48 cm. Printed in colour. Folding into original covers. £80

HAWAII: 2466. ‘SKETCHES IN HAWAII’. Eight sketches on one full page. Wood engraving 1888 [24576] Original wood engraving, 33 x 24 cm, hand coloured. £90

HAWAII: 2467. ‘HAWAII’. Doublepage map of Hawaii with large inset plan of Honolulu. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [25555] 29 x 44 cm. Printed in two-tone colours. Excellent condition. £90

HAWAII: 2468. ‘ILES HAWAII OU ILES SANDWICH’ and ‘HONOLULU’. Map of Hawaii and plan of Honolulu. Published by Marcel Cottreau and H. Le Chartier ca. 1910 [23719] Each ca. 13 x 20 cm. Printed in colours. The set of two maps/plans £90

HAWAII: 2469. ‘TERRITORY OF HAWAII’ and ‘SAMOA’. Two curious maps on one sheet. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [26941] Original lithograph, 21 x 29 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £80

HEREFORDSHIRE: 2470. ‘HEREFORDSHIRE’. Map of Herefordshire. John Cary 1787 [25168] 26 x 21 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

HISPANIOLA: 2471. ‘L’ISLE ST. DOMINGUE’. Hispaniola incl. Turks and Caicos Islands. Robert de Vaugondy 1749 [18758] 16 x 21 cm. Original outline Colour. £75

HISPANIOLA: 2472. ‘HAITI, HISPANIOLA OR ST. DOMINGO’. Thomson 1815 [19310] 27 x 60 cm. Original outline Colour. Top border shaved to neat line as issued. £90

HOBART: 2473. ‘HOBART TOWN, THE CAPITAL OF TASMANIA’ & ‘REGATTA AT HOBART TOWN’ Two engravings on a double page. Wood engraving 1868 [23144] Uncoloured wood engravings, each 17 x 52 cm. £60

HONGKONG and FORMOSA: 2474. ‘COAST OF CHINA FROM HAINAN ISLD. TO HIE-CHE-CHIN BAY’ and ‘COAST OF CHINA FROM HIE-CHE-CHIN BAY TO SAN MOON BAY’. 2 coastal maps (sea charts) on one sheet, from Hainan to Hong Kong, and from Shantou on the coast opposite Formosa to almost Ningbo south of Shanghai, showing the northern part of Formosa as well, giving soundings in fathoms. For Weekly Dispatch Atlas engraved by Edward Weller ca. 1863 [17138] 43 x 30 cm. Original one-tone colour. Excellent condition. £90

HORMUZ: 2475. ‘ISLD. OF HARMUZ OR ORMUS’. Birds-eye view of the islands in The Gulf with sailing ships and settlements and fortifications showing. Anonymous ca. 1745 [19127] Copper engraving, age-toned.14 x 22 cm. £90

HUDSON BAY: 2476. ‘KARTE VON DER HUDSONS BAY UND STRASSE’. Hudson Bay and Labrador. N. Bellin 1757 [19167] 21 x 29 cm. Large cartouche and more detail inland. £60

HULL: 2477. ‘HULL ILLUSTRATED’. A sixteen page supplement with views of Hull City and docks including a superb double page with two main views: ‘The Market Place’ & ‘Princes Dock’, with seven smaller sketches and two portraits of William Wilberforce & Andrew Marvell. (37 x 51 cms) The Graphic 1882 [23493] Uncoloured wood engravings. £60

HUNGARY: 2478. ‘LA DESCRIPTION UNIVERSELLE DE HONGRIE...’. Hungary. Seb. Münster ca. 1552 [18272] 10 x 13 cm. On full folio text page. £50

HUNGARY: 2479. ‘ROYAUME DE HONGRIE’. Hungary. Robert de Vaugondy 1749 [18802] 16 x 22 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

HUNGARY: 2480. 'HUNGARY WITH PART OF THE ADJOINING PRINCIPALITIES ETC.'. Engraved for Barlow’s ‘General History of Europe’. T. Bowen ca. 1790 [7709] 32 x 42 cm. Original outline Colour. Previously folded with minor creasing. £60

HUNTINGDONSHIRE: 2482. ‘HUNTINGDONSHIRE’. Map of Huntingdonshire. John Cary 1787 [25170] 26 x 21 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

ICELAND: 2484. ‘ICELAND’. Map of Iceland. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1863 [17179] 25 x 32 cm, on sheet with and attached to two smaller maps of Greenland and the Faroe Islands. Original outline Colour. £60

IDAHO: 2485. ‘IDAHO’. Curious map of Idaho. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27613] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

ILLINOIS: 2486. ‘A NEW MAP OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell 1855 [26561] 39 x 33 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £75

ILLINOIS, MISSOURI and ARKANSAS: 2488. ‘STATES OF ILLINOIS, MISSOURI AND ARKANSAS’. Detailed map. H. D. Rogers & A. K. Johnston 1857 [20848] 33 x 41 cm. Original outline Colour. Two unobtrusive blindstamps. £60

INDIA: 2489. ‘INDIA’.Map of the whole of India including Sri Lanka. A. K. Johnston ca. 1845 [25263] 49 x 60 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

INDIA: 2490. ‘HINDOOSTAN’. Map of India with inset map of the Ganges Delta. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24677] 38 x 31 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £70

INDIA: 2491. ‘MAP OF INDIA’. - with a Chronological Table of British Acquisitions from 1661 to 1856. Wood engraving 1857 [25693] Uncoloured wood engraving, 49 x 35 cm. £60

INDIA: 2493. ‘INDIA’. Map of India on two sheets. Edw. Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1863 [27163] 30 x 43 cm each. (not joined) Original outline Colour. £60

INDIA: 2494. ‘THE NORTH WEST PROVINCES AND OUDE’. Edw. Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1863 [27164] 30 x 43 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

INDIA: 2495. ‘NAGPOOR, HYDERABAD, &c’. Edw. Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1863 [27165] 43 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

INDIA: 2496. ‘THE WESTERN STATES (SCINDE GUJERAT &c’. Edw. Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1863 [27166] 43 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

INDIA: 2497. ‘BOMBAY &c’. Map of the area around Bombay. Edw. Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1863 [27167] 43 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

INDIA: 2498. ‘MADRAS &c’. Edw. Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1863 [27168] 43 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

INDIA: 2499. ‘THE EASTERN PROVINCES’, with inset map of Ceylon. Edw. Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1863 [27169] 43 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

INDIA: 2500. ‘BENGAL’ Edw. Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1863 [27170] 43 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

INDIA: 2501. ‘AFGHANISTAN, BELOOCHISTAN &c’. Edw. Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1863 [27229] 43 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

INDIA: 2502. ‘A MAP OF INDIA SHOWING THE PROPOSED ROUTE OF H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES’. A supplementary map published with the Wood engraving 1875 [25692] Uncoloured wood engraving, 40 x 34 cm. £60

INDIA: 2503. (untitled). One of 12 statistical and regional maps (No 1), showing Southern India and Ceylon, listing towns and statistics of native states, from Lett’s Popular Atlas, ca. 1885 [27171] 27 x 34 cm each. Scale: 35 miles to the inch. Printed in attractive colours with explanations below. Excellent condition. £60

INDIA: 2504. (untitled). One of 12 statistical and regional maps (No 2), showing the area around Mysore, from Lett’s Popular Atlas, ca. 1885 [27172] 27 x 34 cm each. Scale: 35 miles to the inch. Printed in attractive colours with explanations below. Excellent condition. £60

INDIA: 2505. (untitled). One of 12 statistical and regional maps (No 3), showing the areas of Aurungabad & Hyderabad, from Lett’s Popular Atlas, ca. 1885 [27173] 27 x 34 cm each. Scale: 35 miles to the inch. Printed in attractive colours with explanations below. Excellent condition. £60

INDIA: 2506. (untitled). One of 12 statistical and regional maps (No 4), showing the areas of Orissa & Hyderabad, from Lett’s Popular Atlas, ca. 1885 [27174] 27 x 34 cm each. Scale: 35 miles to the inch. Printed in attractive colours with explanations below. Excellent condition. £60

INDIA: 2507. (untitled). One of 12 statistical and regional maps (No 5), showing the areas of Kattewar, Great Western Runn, Sinde, Hyderabad & part of Rajpotana, from Lett’s Popular Atlas, ca. 1885 [27175] 34 x 27 cm. Scale: 35 miles to the inch. Printed in attractive colours with explanations below. Excellent condition. £60

INDIA: 2508. (untitled). One of 12 statistical and regional maps (No 6), showing the areas of Khandeish, Berar, Bhopal, Malwa & part of Malwar, from Lett’s Popular Atlas, ca. 1885 [27176] 27 x 34 x cm. Scale: 35 miles to the inch. Printed in attractive colours with explanations below. Excellent condition. £60

INDIA: 2509. (untitled). One of 12 statistical and regional maps (No 7), showing the areas of Nagpoor, Hazareebagh, Allahabad & the Western border of Bengal, from Lett’s Popular Atlas, ca. 1885 [27177] 27 x 34 x cm. Scale: 35 miles to the inch. Printed in attractive colours with explanations below. Excellent condition. £60

INDIA: 2510. (untitled). One of 12 statistical and regional maps (No 8), showing Calcutta and the provinces of Bengal & Bhotan, from Lett’s Popular Atlas, ca. 1885 [27178] 34 x 27 cm. Scale: 35 miles to the inch. Printed in attractive colours with explanations below. Excellent condition. £60

INDIA: 2511. (untitled). One of 12 statistical and regional maps (No 9), showing Delhi and the provinces of Jypoor, Jhodpoor, part of Rajpootana & Delhi, from Lett’s Popular Atlas, ca. 1885 [27179] 27 x 34 cm. Scale: 35 miles to the inch. Printed in attractive colours with explanations below. Excellent condition. £60

INDIA: 2512. (untitled). One of 12 statistical and regional maps (No 10), showing the provinces of Nepal, Gorkha, Malebum, Hhachi, Oudh, Champaran & Allahabad, from Lett’s Popular Atlas, ca. 1885 [27180] 27 x 34 cm. Scale: 35 miles to the inch. Printed in attractive colours with explanations below including mountain ranges (Khatmandu, Everest etc) and tea plantations.. Excellent condition. £60

INDIA: 2513. (untitled). One of 12 statistical and regional maps (No 11), showing the provinces Lahore and the Punjab, from Lett’s Popular Atlas, ca. 1885 [27181] 27 x 34 cm. Scale: 35 miles to the inch. Printed in attractive colours with explanations below. Excellent condition. £60

INDIA: 2514. (untitled). One of 12 statistical and regional maps (No 12), showing Afghanistan and the Punjab, from Lett’s Popular Atlas, ca. 1885 [27182] 34 x 27 cm. Scale: 35 miles to the inch. Printed in attractive colours with explanations below. Excellent condition. £90

INDIAN OCEAN: 2515. 'ISLANDS IN THE INDIAN OCEAN'. Map of the Indian Ocean with Madagascar, Mauritius, etc. John Tallis ca. 1851 [26477] 34 x 25 cm. Original outline colour, all vignettes and border recent colour. Excellent condition. Folio edition - no centrefold. £90

INDIANA: 2516. ‘A NEW MAP OF INDIANA WITH ITS ROADS & DISTANCES’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24637] 36 x 29 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £80

INDIANA: 2517. ‘INDIANA’. Detailed doublepage map of Indiana by counties. Frank A. Gray for O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1876 [24611] 64 x 41 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £80

INDIANA: 2518. ‘INDIANA’. Curious map of Indiana. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27615] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

IOWA: 2519. ‘A NEW MAP OF THE STATE OF IOWA’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24636] 33 x 40 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £70

IOWA: 2520. ‘IOWA’. Curious map of Iowa. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27616] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

IRELAND: 2521. ‘IRELAND’. A. K. Johnston ca. 1845 [20398] 60 x 49 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

IRELAND: 2522. ‘IRELAND’. Map of Ireland. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24632] 31 x 24 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £70

IRELAND: 2523. ‘IRELAND’ Pleasantly coloured map of Ireland towards the end of the 19th century. Inset of the area around Dublin. W. & A. K. Johnston 1892 [25285] Original colour. 44 x 57 cm. £80

IRELAND: 2524. ‘IRELAND’. Four maps forming one large one. The Cities, Boroughs, Towns and Villages are engraved in ‘characters’ according to their relative size and importance. Edward Stanford 1894 [25259] Original colour. 112 x 93 cm. when joined/ £90

IRELAND: 2525. ‘IRELAND’. Map shows Cities, Towns and Villages according to population. The Provinces are separated by a thick red line. Edward Stanford, ca 1896 [25254] Printed in colours. 59 x 47 cm. £90

ISLE OF MAN: 2526. ‘THE ISLE OF MAN’. Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1861 [26414] Lithograph, 42 x 30 cm with outline colouring. £80

ISLE OF WIGHT: 2527. ‘THE ISLE OF WIGHT’. Map of the Isle of Wight. London, G. W. Bacon ca. 1895 [25227] 30 x 45 cm. Printed in full colours. £50

ISTANBUL: 2528. ‘PANORAMIC VIEW OF CONSTANTINOPLE, FROM THE TOWER OF GALATA’. Panorama of Istanbul, drawn by Birket Foster, from a sketch by S. Read. Woodengraving for the Illustrated London News 1853 [27834] 35 x 51 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. Excellent condition. £80

ITALY: 2529. ‘ITALY - SOUTH PART’. Map of the Southern part of Italy, including Sicily and an inset of Sardinia A. K. Johnston ca. 1850 [25273] 48 x 58 cm. Original outline colouring. £90

ITALY: 2530. ‘ITALY - NORTH PART’. Map showing the North of Italy down as far as Rome and Corsica. A. K. Johnston ca. 1850 [25274] 48 x 58 cm. Original outline colouring. £50

ITALY: 2531. ‘ITALY (NORTH PART)’. Map of northern Italy. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25662] Full original colour with decorative coloured border, 32 x 27 cm. £50

ITALY: 2532. ‘ITALY, SOUTH PART’. Small attractive map of Italy and Sardinia with inset of Malta and it’s dependencies. A & C Black, Edinburgh c. 1850 [26508] Original handcoloured steel engraving, 27 x 38 cm. £50

ITALY: 2533. ‘MAP OF ITALY...’. Large map of Italy and Switzerland. Theodor Ettling 1860 [26145] 68 x 48 cm. Printed in colours, twice folded. £50

ITALY: 2534. ‘ITALY - GENERAL MAP INCLUDING SWITZERLAND, TYROL, AND THE ALPS’. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27231] 43 x 31 cm. Lithograph by Day & Sons. £60

ITALY: 2535. ‘ITALY’. Italy with inset maps of Malta, Naples, Rome, Sicily and the Strait of Messina. Fullerton & Co ca. 1870 [26528] Original coloured steel engraving, 40 x 50 cm. £60

ITALY: 2536. ‘GRAY’S NEW MAP OF ITALY’. Inset maps of Rome, San Marino, Mount Etna, Naples and palermo. Malta and Gozo in border. O.W.Gray & Son 1877 [25730] Full colour engraving, 32 x 38 cm. £60

ITALY: 2537. ‘NORTH & CENTRAL ITALY AND THE ISLAND OF CORSICA’.A detailed map printed at the end of the 19th century, with an inset plan of Rome. W. & A.K. Johnston 1892 [25323] Original colour. 44 x 57 cm. £50

ITALY: 2538. ‘SOUTHERN ITALY AND THE ISLAND OF SARDINIA’.A detailed map printed at the end of the 19th century, with an inset of Naples, Vesuvius and the island of Capri. Sicily also features prominantly. Malta & Gozo are shown at the bottom of the map. W. & A.K. Johnston 1892 [25324] Original colour. 44 x 57 cm. £50

JAMAICA: 2539. 'CARTE DE L'ISLE DE LA JAMAIQUE'. Map of Jamaica. Rigobert Bonne ca. 1778 [18685] 21 x 32 cm. Recent outline colour. Excellent condition. £75

JAMAICA: 2540. ‘JAMAICA’. Detailed map with an inset map of the West Indies and Central America showing submarine telegraph cables. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [21055] 47 x 59 cm. Full original colour. £90

JAMAICA: 2541. ‘JAMAICA’. Detailed map with an inset map of the West Indies and Central America showing submarine telegraph cables. Additional shipping routes have been added to the inset map of Central America. The railway lines have been extended on the main map to Montego in the North West and Port Antonio in the East of the Island. Edward Stanford ca. 1904 [24446] 47 x 59 cm. Full original colour. £90

JAMAICA and HISPANIOLA: 2542. ‘JAMAICA’ and ‘HAYTI’. Two maps on one sheet. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [17186] 30 x 43 cm. £50

JAPAN: 2543. ‘THE EMPIRE OF JAPAN WITH PART OF THE CONTINENT OF ASIA SHOWING THE RIVER AMOOR AND THE NEW BOUNDARY BETWEEN THE RUSSIAN & CHINESE TERRITORIES’. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1858 [17141] 45 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

JAPAN: 2544. ‘JAPON’. Doublepage map of Japan with inset maps of Kuril and Ryukyu Islands, and an oval vignette view of Tokio. Lorsignol for Migeon ca. 1864 [18676] 42 x 31 cm. Full original colour, the vignette uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75

JAPAN: 2545. ‘JAPAN’. Large map of Japan. Index to the Principle Divisions called ‘DO’ coloured in separate tints and bounded by red lines. The ports open to Foreign Commerce are underlined in red. Edward Stanford 1894 [24418] 60 x 47 cm. Printed in full colours. £60

JAPAN: 2546. ‘JAPAN’. Large map of Japan. Index to the Principle Divisions called ‘DO’ coloured in separate tints and bounded by red lines. Many more railways around Tokio and further north. Edward Stanford 1904 [24483] 60 x 47 cm. Printed in full colours. £60

JAVA: 2547. ‘THE JAVA DANCERS AT THE PARIS EXHIBITION’. Four female dancers in traditional costume. Most attractive scene. Illustrated London News 1889 [23060] Uncoloured wood engraving, 31 x 49 cm. £60

JAVA: 2548. ‘WEST - JAVA’. West Java with an inset of Batavia. J. Smulders, Den Haag ca. 1918 [25335] Full coloured lithograph, 43 x 28 cm. £50

JOHN SPEED: 2549. ‘SPEED’S MONUMENT IN THE CHAPEL OF ST. GILES, CRIPPLEGATE’. Half length monument for John Speed, the famous cartographer (1552-1629), in St. Giles Church, Barbican, London. Copper engraving by N. Smith 1791 [26991] 21 x 17 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £90

KAMCHATKA: 2550. 'CARTE DU KAMTCHATKA'. Detailed map of the peninsula of Kamchatka in the Northeast of Asia. J. Laurent for La Harpe ca. 1780 [7534] 51 x 29 cm. £90

KANSAS: 2551. ‘KANSAS’. Detailed doublepage map of Kansas by counties. Published after the 1866 Colton map by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24618] 40 x 59 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £60

KANSAS: 2552. ‘KANSAS’. Curious map of Kansas. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27409] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

KENT: 2554. ‘KENT’. Map of Kent. John Cary 1787 [25171] 21 x 26 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £60 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

KENT: 2556. ‘KENT’. Drawn and engraved by B.R.Davies, Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27297] Lithograph with original colour, 30 x 43 cm. £60

KENT: 2557. ‘THE WATERING PLACES OF KENT’. Drawn and engraved by John Dower, Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27298] Lithograph with original colour, 43 x 30 cm. £60

KENT: 2558. (UNTITLED). Part of a large map originally by Col. Mudge in 1819. This edition was printed in Electrotype and covers an area from Oxted in the west to Lenham in the east and Rochester in the North to south of Tunbridge Wells. An extremely detailed map. London 1863 [25734] 61 x 93 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75

KENTUCKY: 2563. 'NEUESTE KARTE VON KENTUCKY...'. Meyer 1851 [17771] 30 x 37 cm. Three inset maps of the areas around Lexington, Louisville and Washington/Clarksburg. Original outline colour. £80

KENTUCKY: 2564. ‘KENTUCKY’. Curious map of Kentucky. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27617] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

KENTUCKY & TENNESSEE: 2565. ‘GRAY’S NEW MAP OF KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE’. Detailed doublepage map by counties with five small inset maps and tables. Frank A. Gray for O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1876 [24609] 40 x 65 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £80

KILLARNEY: 2566. ‘THE LAKES OF KILLARNEY AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY’ Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27250] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by E. Weller. £60

KILLARNEY: 2567. ‘THE LAKES OF KILLARNEY AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY’, Published by Cassell, Petter & Galpin for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1865 [27244] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by E. Weller. £60 Added description of the topography and interests in the town of Killarney.

KOREA: 2568. ‘THE GRAPHIC GUIDE TO THE SEAT OF WAR’. A supplementary map published by ‘The Graphic’. showing Japan & Korea. A description of all the major towns and areas surrounds the map. The Graphic. 1904 [25397] Uncoloured wood engraving, 55 x 33 cm. (Map is 44 x 28 cm) £50

LABRADOR and HUDSON BAY: 2569. ‘CARTE QUI REPRÉSENTE LES DIFFÉRENTES CONNOISSANCES QUEL’ON A EUES DES TERRES ARCTIQUES...’ and ‘CARTE DE LA BAYE D’HUDSON...’. Four maps on one sheet, depicting Labrador and Hudson Bay as seen by Sanson, De l’Lisle and Henri Ellis between 1650 and 1747. Robert de Vaugondy for Diderot’s Encyclopaedia 1773 [20527] 29 x 34 cm. Pedley 462. £90

LAHORE: 2570. ‘THE MOSQUE OF WUZEER ALEE KHAN, LAHORE’. A delightful market scene in front of the Mosque. Wood engraving 1858 [23268] Original colour print after W. Carpenter junior, 31 x 42 cm. £95

LAKE SHIRWA: 2571. ‘LAKE SHIRWA AND NEIGHBOURHOOD’. By Rev. Alexander Hetherwick, M.A. Church of Scotland Mission. His route is indicated in red. Royal Geographical Society 1888 [27767] 40 x 34 cm. Tinted wood engraving. £80

LANGUEDOC: 2572. ‘CARTE DU GOUVERNEMENT DE LANGUEDOC, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of the Languedoc in southern France with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25119] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

LEEWARD ISLANDS: 2573. ‘THE LEEWARD ISLANDS’. Detailed map of the islands between Dominica and Virgin Islands. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [21053] 47 x 59 cm. Full original colour. Occasional faint dusting. £60

LEEWARD ISLANDS: 2574. ‘THE LEEWARD ISLANDS’. Detailed map of the islands between Dominica and Virgin Islands. Edward Stanford ca. 1904 [24445] 47 x 59 cm. Full original colour. Occasional faint dusting. £60

LEEWARD & WINDWARD ISLANDS: 2575. ‘THE LEEWARD & WINDWARD ISLANDS’. Islands between Puerto Rico and Trinidad, two inset maps of Barbadoes and Trinidad. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [17145] 43 x 31 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

LEICESTERSHIRE: 2576. ‘LEICESTERSHIRE’. Map of Leicestershire. John Cary 1787 [25173] 26 x 21 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

LIEGE: 2577. ‘L’EVECHE DE LIEGE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of the area around Liege in southern Belgium with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25085] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

LIMOGES - SENLIS: 2578. ‘LEMOVICUM. LIMOGES’. Panoramic view. On one sheet together with: ‘SILVANECTUM. SENLIS’. Panoramic view. M. Merian ca. 1646 [20050] 9 x 31 cm each. £80

LIVERPOOL: 2579. ‘PLAN DER STADT LIVERPOOL’. Plan of Liverpool. Weimar 1809 [26784] Uncoloured copper engraving, 20 x 26 cm. £80

LIVERPOOL: 2580. ‘LIVERPOOL’. Doublepage plan of Liverpool. Benjamin Rees Davies for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [25525] 62 x 43 cm. Uncoloured. £80

LIVERPOOL: 2581. ‘PLAN OF LIVERPOOL’. Scale: 4 3/4 inches to the Mile. Cross section of the tunnel under the River Mersey below. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [25587] 32 x 39 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £90

LIVERPOOL: 2582. ‘BIRD’S-EYE VIEW OF LIVERPOOL, FROM THE MERSEY - WITH ALL THE NEW PUBLIC BUILDINGS’. A superb plan of Liverpool. London 1886 [24923] Uncoloured wood engraving, 34 x 53 cm. £90

LIVERPOOL: 2583. ‘PLAN OF LIVERPOOL’. Plan of Liverpool on 2 sheets. London, G. W. Bacon ca. 1895 [25207] 31 x 45 cm each sheet, 62 x 45 when joined. Printed in full colours. The set of 2 map sheets £60

LOMBARDI: 2584. ‘THE GREAT FORTRESSES OF LOMBARDO-VENETIA, WITH THE LINE OF THE MINCIO’. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27234] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by Day & Sons. £60

LOMBARDI and VENICE: 2585. ‘LOMBARDI AND VENICE’. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27237] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by Day & Sons. £60

LONDON: 2586. ‘CHELSEY COLLEDGE’. Half-birds-eye view of Chelsea Hospital from the North. Copper engraving by John Kip ca. 1720 [26997] 24 x 33 cm. Uncoloured. Vertical printers’ paper crease along centre fold. £90

LONDON: 2587. ‘BOW CHURCH’. Stowe c. 1720 [27485] 34 x 21 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £80

LONDON: 2589. ‘THE CHARTER HOUSE’. An aerial view of Charterhouse school. Stowe, C. 1720 [27489] 21 x 33 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £90

LONDON: 2590. ‘THE PROSPECT OF BRIDEWELL’. An aerial view of the Palace, and now prison. Stowe, C. 1720 [27490] 21 x 33 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £80

LONDON: 2591. ‘THE HOSPITAL CALL’D BEDLAM’. A view of the hospital originally in Moorfields.The first London hospital to treat mental patients. Maitland, c 1720 [27495] 21 x 33 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £80

LONDON: 2592. ‘A MAP OF THE NEW ROADS &c. FROM WESTMINSTER BRIDGE’. A detailed plan of Newington, Westminster and Southwark showing the improved roads. Gentleman’s Magazine, ca 1750 [24869] Uncoloured copper engraving, 22 x 35 cm. Previously folded. £60

LONDON: 2594. ‘VIEW OF LONDON FROM ONE-TREE-HILL IN GREENWICH PARK’. London in the distance, Greenwich in the foreground. Printed and engraved for Gentleman’s Magazine January 1754 [25772] 18 x 24 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £90

LONDON: 2595. ‘A SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF ST DUNSTAN’S CHURCH AT STEPNEY HUMBLY INSCRIB’D TO THE GENTLEMEN OF THE VESTRY IN 1755’. Engraved by B. Cole for William Maitland, London ca. 1756 [27487] 23 x 37 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £60

LONDON: 2596. ‘The Mansion House for the Reception of the Lord Mayor of the City of London for the time being’. Engraved by B. Cole for William Maitland ca. 1756 [27492] 23 x 35 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £60

LONDON: 2597. ‘THE LONDON MAGAZINE OR, GENTLEMAN’S MONTHLY INTELLIGENCER VOL. XXX FOR THE YEAR 1761’. Title page only of this magazine with a panoramic vignette view of London across the Thames. London Magazine 1758 [27336] 19 x 11 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £50

LONDON: 2598. ‘SIR CHRISTOPHER WREN’S PLAN FOR REBUILDING THE CITY OF LONDON AFTER THE GREAT FIRE OF 1666’. Detailed plan of the area between Lincolns Inn and Great Tower Hill. The extent of the Conflagration is strongly shadowed. Churches and Markets are indicated. Noorthouck, ca 1760 [24870] Uncoloured copper engraving, 16 x 30 cm. £80

LONDON: 2599. ‘VIEW OF LONDON’ London and St Pauls in the distance. Taken from the South. Anonymous ca. 1760 [25793] 16 x 25 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £75

LONDON: 2600. ‘THE LONDON MAGAZINE OR, GENTLEMAN’S MONTHLY INTELLIGENCER VOL. XXX FOR THE YEAR 1761’. Title page only of this magazine with a panoramic vignette view of London across the Thames. London Magazine 1761 [26843] 19 x 11 cm. The view in full recent colour. Excellent condition. £60

LONDON: 2601. ‘HOXTON HOSPITALL’. William Maitland, c 1770 [27496] 21 x 33 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £80

LONDON: 2602. ‘THE ROYAL EXCHANGE’. The south view of the original sixteenth-century Royal Exchange - built by Sir Thomas Gresham between 1566 and 1569. London ca. 1770 [27499] 23 x 29 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. Trimmed to border and laid sometime on old paper. £60

LONDON: 2603. ‘THE BUILDINGS CALLED THE ADELPHI’. London c. 1771 [27486] 23 x 38 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £90

LONDON: 2604. ‘MR JOHN EVELYN’S PLAN FOR REBUILDING THE CITY OF LONDON AFTER THE GREAT FIRE IN 1666’. Anon ,ca 1780 [24888] Uncoloured copper engraving, 14 x 30 cm. £75

LONDON: 2605. ‘CHRIST’S HOSPITAL’. Copper engraving. London ca. 1795 [27010] 21 x 32 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £90

LONDON: 2606. ‘St PAULS CATHEDRAL’ Interior view under the Dome. T.Malton. 1801 [27897] 30 x 23 cm. Coloured Aquatint. £80

LONDON: 2607. ‘WESTMINSTER / PLAN OF THE CITY OF WESTMINSTER, IN THE TIME OF QUEEN ELIZABETH’. Birds-eye view/plan of Westminster with cartouche and windrose. Engraved by Woodthorpe and published for Lambert’s History of London by T. Hughes 1805 [23751] 11 x 19 cm. Full hand colour. £80

LONDON: 2608. ‘LONDON / PLAN OF THE CITY OF LONDON, IN THE TIME OF QUEEN ELIZABETH’. Birds-eye view/plan of the City of London and Southwark with cartouche and windrose. Published for Lambert’s History of London by T. Hughes 1805 [23752] 11 x 18 cm. Full hand colour. £80

LONDON: 2609. ‘ST MARTIN’S IN THE FIELDS’. An original aquatint by Stadler, after Thomas Rowlandson and Augustus Pugin. London c 1808 [27501] 20 x 26 cm. Coloured Aquatint. £90

LONDON: 2610. ‘ST STEPHEN’S WALBROOK’. An original aquatint by Bluck, after Thomas Rowlandson and Augustus Pugin. London c 1808 [27502] 20 x 26 cm. Coloured Aquatint. £90

LONDON: 2611. ‘HORSE ARMOURY’. An original aquatint by Sunderland, after Thomas Rowlandson and Augustus Pugin. London ca 1808 [27503] 20 x 26 cm. Coloured Aquatint. £90

LONDON: 2612. ‘A PLAN OF THE PRINCES MEADOW in it’s present state and Design for Letting it for 93 1/2 Years, From 10th October 1815, to build on. Plan covers the area of Stamford Street and the Commercial Road between Broad Wall and Strand Bridge Road. Below is a plan of supposed Roman road and it’s Forts. J.Basire, ca 1820 [24860] Uncoloured copper plate engraving, 33 x 23 cm. Narrow top margin. £50

LONDON: 2613. (UNTITLED). A view and plans/dissections of Rotherhithe Tunnel. Germany ca. 1850 [25763] Uncoloured steel engraving, 21 x 26 cm. £50

LONDON: 2614. (UNTITLED). A view and plans of the construction of London Bridge. Germany ca. 1850 [25764] Uncoloured steel engraving, 21 x 26 cm. £50

LONDON: 2617. ‘SUBURBS OF LONDON SHEET 5. PECKHAM ETC.’. Detailed plan of Peckham and Denmark Hill. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [25531] 31 x 44 cm. Uncoloured. £75

LONDON: 2618. ‘SUBURBS OF LONDON SHEET 3. BROMLEY, BLACKWALL ETC.’. Detailed plan of Blackwall with the East India Docks, Canning Town, reaching north to Bromley. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [25533] 44 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. £50

LONDON: 2619. ‘THE MAJOLICA FOUNTAIN IN THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION’. Designed by the late John Thomas and executed by Minton, Hollins & Co. Wood engraving 1862 [25373] Full original colour printed wood engraving, 34 x 44 cm. £75

LONDON: 2620. ‘STOCKWELL, CLAPHAM, BRIXTON &c’. From South Lambeth in the North to Clapham Common & Cold Harbour Lane in the South. Shows Railways and Clapham Junction. Drawn for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas by Edward Weller ca. 1863 [24965] 31 x 44 cm. Uncoloured. £75

LONDON: 2621. [Blackwall, Bromley, Bow, Stratford]. Sheet 3 from ‘AN EXACT SURVEY OF THE CITY’S OF LONDON, WESTMINSTER YE BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK AND THE COUNTRY NEAR TEN MILES ROUND BEGUN IN 1741 & ENDED IN 1745...’. Originally engraved by Richard Parr, now photolithographed and published from the 1769 edition by George Stanford 1878 [23970] 52 x 67 cms. Uncoloured. £90 Howgego 94/(i).

LONDON: 2623. [Wembley, Greenford, Sudbury, Harrow, Northolt]. Sheet 13 from ‘AN EXACT SURVEY OF THE CITY’S OF LONDON, WESTMINSTER YE BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK AND THE COUNTRY NEAR TEN MILES ROUND BEGUN IN 1741 & ENDED IN 1745...’. Originally engraved by Richard Parr, now photolithographed and published from the 1769 edition by George Stanford 1878 [23981] 52 x 67 cms. Uncoloured. £90 Howgego 94/(i).

LONDON: 2624. ‘BEFORE THE HUSTINGS IN COVENT GARDEN’. An election a hundred years ago. Lively panoramic depiction of an election campaign set in Covent Garden. The Graphic 1880 [21534] 41 x 68 cm. Uncoloured as issued. Folded. £80

LONDON: 2625. ‘FROM CHARING CROSS THROUGH WHITEHALL TO WESTMINSTER’. Detailed bird’s-eye view starting at Nelson’s Column, ending up at Westminster. T. Fry, London, ca 1880 [27916] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2629. ‘OROGRAPHICAL MAP OF THE ENVIRONS OF LONDON’. Map indicating the heights in feet above sea level. Scale: 3/4 Inch to the Mile. Extent: Southgate, Barking, Norwood, Hanwell. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [25590] 31 x 39 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £90

LONDON: 2630. ‘THE TOWER BRIDGE, TO BE ERECTED OVER THE THAMES: ...’. Lively artist’s impression of Tower Bridge with barges and steamship passing. For the Illustrated London News drawn by the Marine painter William Heysham Overend 1886 [27378] 34 x 50 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80

LONDON: 2631. ‘LONDON’. Map of London from Brentford in the West to Woolwich in the East. Railway lines are indicated as are the main London Stations. W.H. Allen, London 1889 [27900] 17 x 44 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £60

LONDON: 2632. ‘LONDON (CENTRAL). Encyclopaedia Britannica. ca 1890 [27898] 19 x 25 cm. Printed in colour. £60

LONDON: 2633. ‘FLEET STREET AND LUDGATE HILL’. Detailed bird’s-eye view of the road from Temple Bar to Cannon Street, indicating many interesting places including St. Pauls and St Bride’s Churches, New Law Courts,Fleet Street and Ludgate Hill. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27902] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2634. ‘REGENT STREET FROM WATERLOO PLACE TO PORTLAND PLACE’. Detailed bird’s-eye view of virtually the whole of Regent Street. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27903] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2635. ‘ST JAMES’S STREET, AND OLD AND NEW BOND STREETS’. Detailed bird’s-eye view of virtually the whole of St James and Bond Street as far as Oxford Street. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27906] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2636. ‘OXFORD STREET FROM MARBLE ARCH TO TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD’. Detailed bird’s-eye view right along the length of Oxford Street from east to west. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27907] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2637. ‘PICCADILLY, FROM THE HAYMARKET TO HYDE PARK CORNER’. Detailed bird’s-eye view right along the length of Piccadilly. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27910] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2638. ‘TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD AND HAMPSTEAD ROAD’. Detailed bird’s-eye view starting at the junction of Oxford Street and Tottenham Court Road going North. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27913] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2639. ‘FROM CHARING CROSS THROUGH WHITEHALL TO WESTMINSTER’. Detailed bird’s-eye view starting at Nelson’s Column, ending up at Westminster. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27914] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2640. ‘THE STRAND FROM CHARING CROSS TO FLEET STREET’. Detailed bird’s-eye view starting at the Trafalgar Square and going East to Fleet Street. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27915] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2641. ‘CANNON STREET, TO THE MANSION HOUSE, THE TOWER,&c’. Detailed bird’s-eye view starting at the Cannon Street looking east as far as St Katherine’s Docks. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27919] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2642. ‘NEW OXFORD STREET AND HOLBORN TO SMITHFIELD AND CHEAPSIDE’. Detailed bird’s-eye view concentrating on the Holborn area as far as St Pauls. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27920] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2644. ‘EUSTON ROAD AND MARYLEBONE ROAD’. Detailed bird’s-eye view from King’s Cross to Paddington. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27926] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2645. ‘EDGWARE ROAD’. Detailed bird’s-eye view from Marble Arch along the Edgware Road as far as the underground station and Harrow Road. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27927] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2646. ‘FROM LONDON BRIDGE THROUGH THE BOROUGH TO NEWINGTON BUTTS AND ST GEORGE’S FIELDS’. Detailed bird’s-eye view from London bridge, along Borough High Street and Newington Causeway to the Elephant and Castle. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27928] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2647. ‘THE THAMES FROM THE TOWER TO WESTMINSTER’. Detailed bird’s-eye view of the river from the Customs House and London Bridge to the Houses of Parliament, indicating many interesting sites including Billinsgate, Fishmngers Hall, Southwark Bridge, Blackfriars Bridge, and many railway lines and stations. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27929] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2648. ‘FROM THE POULTRY TO BISHOPSGATE STREET AND TO WHITECHAPEL’. Detailed bird’s-eye view of the road from Poultry to Whitechapel, indicating many interesting places including the Mansion House, Bank of England, Royal Exchange, Cornhill, Threadneedle Street, Bishopsgate and Aldgate. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27930] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2649. ‘FROM HYDE PARK CORNER, THROUGH KNIGHTSBRIDGE, TO KENSINGTON’. Detailed bird’s-eye view from St George’s Hospital, now the ‘Lanesborough Hotel’ along Knightsbridge and past the Albert Hall, along Kensington High Street as far as Olympia. Also shows Brompton Road, South Kensington, Natural History Museum and Earl’s Court. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27931] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £80

LONDON: 2650. ‘FROM OXFORD STREET, BY UXBRIDGE ROAD, TO HIGH STREET, NOTTING HILL’. Detailed bird’s-eye view from Marble Arch along Kensington Gardens to Notting Hill Gate. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27932] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £70

LONDON: 2651. ‘THE CITY ROAD, FINSBURY CIRCUS TO THE ‘ANGEL’ ISLINGTON’. Detailed bird’s-eye view od the City Road from Finsbury Circus and Broad Street railway terminus, Bunhill Fields, St Luke’s, City Road Basin, Regent’s Canal and Goswell Road. T. Fry, London, ca 1890 [27933] 22 x 18 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

LONDON: 2652. ‘NEW RAILWAY MAP OF LONDON & SUBURBS, SHEWING EACH COMPANY’S LINE IN A SEPARATE CHARACTER’. G. W. Bacon ca. 1895 [25225] 30 x 48 cm. Uncoloured. £50 Index to Railway Stations in two side columns.

LONDON: 2653. ‘ENVIRONS OF LONDON’. Map of London. Extent: Muswell Hill, Woolwich, Morden, Hounslow. Showing prominently all Railway, Tramway and Underground lines. Chas. Baker & Co. ca. 1896 [21365] Printed in full colours. Previously folded. £60

LONDON: 2654. ‘LONDON RAILWAYS’. Map of London Railways. Extent: Richmond, Crystal Palace, Highgate & Woolwich. Shows mainline and underground railways and heights above sea level. John Bartholomew ca. 1896 [25609] 32 x 42 cm. Full original colour. £50

LONDON: 2655. ‘THE ENVIRONS OF LONDON’. Extending from Reading in the West to Southend in the East. Hertford in the North to East Grinstead in the South. Divided into ten mile squares and circles. G. W. Bacon ca. 1901 [25471] 31 x 46 cm. Printed in full colours. £50

LONDON: 2656. ‘LONDON AND VICINITY’. Plan of London from Windsor to West Ham and Surbiton to Chipping Barnet. London 1902 [24861] Origianl coloured engraving, 27 x 38 cm. £50

LONDON: 2659. [COLNEY HATCH, NEW SOUTHGATE, PALMERS GREEN, WOODGREEN, HORNSEY, MUSWELL HILL, EAST END]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26235] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2660. [EDMONTON, TOTTENHAM, WALTHAMSTOW, CHAPEL END, HALE END]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26236] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2661. [HARROW ON THE HILL, SUDBURY, WEMBLEY]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26237] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2662. [STAMFORD HILL, CLAPTON, LEYTON, HARROW GREEN, HACKNEY, STOKE NEWINGTON, KINGSLAND]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26240] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2663. [WANSTEAD, GREAT ILFORD, SEVEN KINGS, BARKING, UPTON]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26241] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2664. [CHARLTON, WOOLWICH, PLUMSTEAD, EAST WICKHAM, WELLING, ELTHAM, SHOOTERS HILL]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26250] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2665. [TOOTING, BALHAM, DULWICH, NORWOOD, NORBURY, STREATHAM]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26253] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2666. [DULWICH, FOREST HILL, CATFORD, SOUTH END, RAVENSBOURNE, BECKENHAM, PENGE, CRYSTAL PALACE, SYDENHAM]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26254] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2667. [MOTTINGHAM, NEW ELTHAM, HALFWAY STREET, SIDCUP, FOOTS CRAY, CHISLEHURST, SUNDRIDGE]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26255] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2668. [EAST MOULSEY, HAMPTON COURT PARK, THAMES DITTON, SURBITON, HOOK, ESHER, WESTON GREEN]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26256] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2669. [MALDEN, MORDEN, MITCHAM, CARSHALTON, SUTTON]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26257] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2670. [MITCHAM, THORNTON HEATH, CROYDON, CARSHALTON]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26258] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2671. [NORTHWOOD, EDEN PARK, SHORTLANDS, LANGLEY PARK, WEST WICKHAM, SHIRLEY, WOODSIDE]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26259] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2672. [BICKLEY, PETTS WOOD, ST. MARY CRAY, ORPINGTON, LOCKS BOTTOM, BROMLEY COMMON]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26260] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2673. [EWELL, CHEAM, SUTTON, CARSHALTON, BELMONT, EPSOM]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26261] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2674. [WALLINGTON, BEDDINGTON, CROYDON, SHIRLEY, PURLEY]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26262] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2675. [CROUCH END, FINSBURY PARK, HORNSEY, ARCHWAY]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26266] 30 x 48 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 9-inch scale.

LONDON: 2676. [STAMFORD HILL, CLAPTON, STOKE NEWINGTON, LORDSHIP PARK]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26267] 30 x 48 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 9-inch scale.

LONDON: 2677. [WILLESDEN GREEN, EDGWARE ROAD, QUEENS PARK]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26269] 30 x 48 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 9-inch scale.

LONDON: 2678. [KENSAL GREEN, KENSAL NEW TOWN, NORTH KENSINGTON, ST. QUINTIN PARK]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26270] 30 x 48 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 9-inch scale.

LONDON: 2679. [WEST HAM MARSHES, RIVER LEA, CANNING TOWN, POPLAR, EAST INDIA DOCKS] . Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26293] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 9-inch scale.

LONDON: 2680. [BERMONDSEY, NEWINGTON, WALWORTH] . Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26297] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 9-inch scale.

LONDON: 2681. [ROTHERHITHE, SOUTHWARK, OLD KENT ROAD] . Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26298] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 9-inch scale.

LONDON: 2682. [HARROW, EDGWARE,WEMBLEY, ROXBOROUGH PARK, WEALDSTONE]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26349] 32 x 46 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2683. [WEST WICKHAM, HAYES, FURZE BOTTOM, ADDINGTON, SELSDON, SHIRLEY]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26350] 31 x 46 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2684. [KESTON, BROMLEY COMMON, FARNBOROUGH, ORPINGTON, CHESLSFIELD, PRATT’S BOTTOM]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26351] 31 x 46 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2685. [THE RIVER THAMES showing wharves from Woolwich to Tilbury & Gravesend, in two sections]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26354] 32 x 46 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2686. ‘LONDON’. Facsimile map of John Norden’s famous London map of 1593 on a reduced scale. Published in London by A. & C. Black 1908 [26400] 18 x 24 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £60

LONDON: 2687. ‘LONDINUM FERACISSIMI ANGLIAE REGNI METROPOLIS’. Facsimile map of Braun & Hogenberg’s famous London map of 1572 on a much reduced scale. Published in London by A. & C. Black 1908 [26401] 14 x 21 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £60

LONDON: 2688. [ESHER, OXSHOTT, CLAYGATE, CHESSINGTON, SURBITON GOLF LINCS, HOOK, WEST EWELL, EPSOM ETC]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26787] 31 x 46 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2689. [KESTON, BROMLEY COMMON, FARNBOROUGH, ORPINGTON, CHELSFIELD, PRATT’S BOTTOM]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26788] 31 x 46 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2690. ‘THE RIVER THAMES SHOWING WHARVES FROM WOOLWICH TO TILBURY AND GRAVESEND IN TWO SECTIONS’. George Allen & Co, ca. 1920 [24864] Coloured print, 31 x 47 cm. £50

LONDON: 2691. Plan of the Thames area around WOOLWICH and East Ham, showing the Royal Albert Docks, (now CITY AIRPORT). George Allen & Co, ca. 1920 [24865] Coloured print, 31 x 47 cm. £50

LONDON: 2692. [EAST MOULSEY, HAMPTON COURT PARK, THAMES DITTON, LONG DITTON , SURBITON, NORBITON). Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [26922] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £90 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2694. [KEW,CHISWICK, MORTLAKE, ISLEWORTH, HOUNDSLOW, SPRING GROVE, BRENTFORD, EALING, ACTON.). Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [26926] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £60 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2695. [HAMPSTEAD HEATH, EAST FINCHLEY, GOLDERS GREEN, HENDON, THE HYDE, WILLESDEN, CRICKLEWOOD, KILBURN.). Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [26927] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £60 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2696. [ROTHERHITHE, EAST HEAD DISTRICT, BETHNAL GREEN, HOMERTON, BOW, STRATFORD, PLAISTOW, VICTORIA DOCKS, NORTH WOOLWICH.). Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [26928] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £60 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2697. [WOOLWICH, WOOLWICH REACH, CHARLTON, BLACKHEATH, ELTHAM, EAST WICKHAM, ABBEY WOOD.). Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [26929] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £60 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2698. [HANWELL, EALING, CASTLEBAR, ACTON]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon ca 1920 [27349] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £60 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2699. [CHELSEA, BATTERSEA PARK, WALWORTH, CAMBERWELL, EAST DULWICH, HERNE HILL, BRIXTON, CLAPHAM]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon ca 1920 [27350] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £80 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2700. ‘LONDON’. Map of London and environs from Windsor in the west to Gravesend in the east. Edinburgh Geographical Institute, ca 1920 [27841] 42 x 54 cm. Printed in colour. £90

LONDON: 2701. [WEST WICKHAM, HAYES COMMON,ADDINGTON]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27842] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2702. [MOTTINGHAM, ELTHAM, HALFWAY STREET,FOOTS CRAY,CHISLEHURST WEST]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27843] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2703. [ANERLEY, BECKENHAM, BROMLEY, HAYES, SOUTH NORWOOD]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27844] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Slight repair at bottom centre margin). £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2704. [WHETSTONE, SOUTHGATE, PALMERS GREEN, EDMONTON, TOTTENHAM, WOOD GREEN, HORNSEY, MUSWELL HILL, EAST FINCHLEY]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27845] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Slight repair at bottom centre margin). £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2705. [STANMORE, EDGWARE, KENTON, WEALDSTONE]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27846] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Slight repair at bottom centre margin). £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2706. [KESTON, ORPINGTON, CHELSFIELD, PRATT’S BOTTOM, DOWNE, FARNBOROUGH]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27847] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2707. [KENSINGTON, PADDINGTON, ST JOHN’S WOOD, KILBURN, WILLESDEN, ACTON, SHEPHERDS BUSH]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27848] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2708. [BATTERSEA, CLAPHAM, HERNE HILL, EAST DULWICH, NORWOOD, STREATHAM, TOOTING, BALHAM]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27849] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Centre fold repair. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2709. [WALTHAMSTOW, LEYTONSTONE, FOREST GATE, STRATFORD, HOMERTON, HACKNEY, CLAPTON]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27850] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2710. [HIGHGATE, UPPER HOLLOWAY, HORNSEY, FINSBURY PARK, STOKE NEWINGTON, HIGHBURY,KENTISH TOWN, HAMPSTEAD]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [2 ] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Centre fold repair. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2711. [WEMBLEY, GREENFORD, NORTHOLT, HARROW ON THE HILL]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27852] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Centre fold repair. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2712. [TOTTENHAM, EDMONTON, CHINGFORD, WALTHAMSTOW]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27853] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Centre fold repair. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2713. [MILL HILL, FINCHLEY, GOLDERS GREEN, HENDON, THE HYDE]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27854] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Centre fold repair. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2714. [STREATHAM, SOUTH NORWOOD, THORNTON HEATH, MITCHAM COMMON]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27855] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour.Bottom centre fold repair. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2715. [WIMBLEDON, MORDEN, NORTH CHEAM, WORCESTER PARK, MALDEN]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27856] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Bottom centre fold repair. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2716. [CARSHALTON, BEDDINGTON, CROYDON, PURLEY, WALLINGTON]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27858] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2717. [CHEAM, SUTTON, BELMONT, EPSOM, EWELL, NONSUCH PARK]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27859] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2718. [HOOK, CHESSINGTON, OXSHOTT, CLAYGATE, ESHER]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27860] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Bottom centre fold repair. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2719. [EAST DULWICH, BROCKLEY, LEWISHAM, LEE, GROVE PARK, SOUTH END, CATFORD, SYDENHAM, FOREST HILL]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon, ca 1920 [27861] 30 x 45 cm. Original colour. Bottom centre fold repair. £50 4-inch scale.

LONDON: 2720. ‘THE HEART OF THE EMPIRE’. An impression of Piccadilly Circus at Dusk by Donald Maxwell. The Graphic 1925 [24862] Full coloured print, 30 x 48 cm. Very minor centre-fold marks. £60

LONDON - EAST: 2723. UNTITLED. Plan of East London. Extent: Westminster Bridge, Stoke Newington, Isle of Dogs, Dulwich. The City of London in the centre. London, G. W. Bacon ca. 1895 [25224] 44 x 30 cm. Printed in full colours. £60

LONDON - EAST: 2724. UNTITLED. Plan of East London. Extent: Westminster Bridge, Stoke Newington, Isle of Dogs, Dulwich. The City of London in the centre. London, G. W. Bacon ca. 1901 [25468] 47 x 32 cm. Printed in full colours. £80

LORRAINE: 2725. ‘DESCRIPTION DE LA HAULTE ET SUPERIEURE LORRAINE’. Map of the southeastern region of France. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21283] 20 x 28 cm. Title cartouche, scale of miles, two oval portraits, and numerous heraldic shields. £90

LORRAINE: 2727. ‘CARTE DE LORRAINE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of the Lorraine region in eastern France with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25114] 23 x 30 cm. Contemporary single colour. Excellent condition. £80 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

LORRAINE and SAARLAND: 2728. ‘LOTHARINGIA DUCATUS; VULGO LORRAINE’. Map of Lorraine with major parts of the German Saarland. M. Merian ca. 1646 [20065] 27 x 35 cm. £90

LOUDON - MIREBEAU: 2729. ‘LOUDUNOIS. LAUDUNUM’ and ‘MIREBALAIS’. Two maps of French regions on one sheet, areas around Loudon near Saumur/Loire, and Mirebeau, south of Loudon. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [22406] 37 x 32 cm and 37 x 15 cm respectively. Full original colour, cartouches uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75

LOUISBURG: 2730. ‘A PLAN OF THE CITY & HARBOUR OF LOUISBURG; SHEWING THAT PART OF GABARUS BAY IN WHICH THE ENGLISH LANDED, ALSO THEIR ENCAMPMENT DURING THE SIEGE IN 1745’..... With an inset map of the island of Cape Breton. Gentleman’s Magazine 1758 [20374] 19 x 26 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £90

LOUISIANA: 2731. ‘LOUISIANA’. Curious map of Louisiana. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27414] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

LUCKNOW: 2732. ‘THE RESIDENCY, PALACES, & C. OF LUCKNOW’. Plan of Lucknow with inset map of the environs. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1863 [25514] 42 x 30 cm. Full original colour. £60

LUZERN: 2733. ‘LUCERNE AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD’. Panoramic view of Lucerne with the mountains in the distance, surrounded by sketches and other towns and views in the area. Wood engraving 1885 [23137] Uncoloured wood engraving, 35 x 49cms. £60

LYON: 2734. ‘CARTE DU GOUVERNEMENT DE LYONNOIS, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of the Lyon region in central France with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25116] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

LYON - BRESSE: 2735. ‘BRESSIA VULGO BRESSE’. Detailed map of the French region between Lyon, Geneva and Bourg-en-Bresse / Macon. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [22389] 39 x 52 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90

MACAU: 2736. ‘KARTE VON DEN EYLANDEN IN DER MUNDUNG DES FLUSSES CANTON’. Map of Macau, parts of Lantau Island and the coastline to the Southwest incl. the island of Shangchuan. Bellin ca. 1750 [19215] 20 x 32 cm. Large cartouche and compass rose. £80

MACAU: 2737. ‘CARTE DES ISLES QUI SONT A L’EMBOUCHURE DE LA RIVIERE DE CANTON’. Map of Macau, parts of Lantau Island and the coastline to the Southwest incl. the island of Shangchuan. N. Bellin ca. 1750 [19795] 20 x 32 cm. Large cartouche and compass rose. £80

MACAU: 2738. ‘CARTE DES ISLES QUI SONT A L’EMBOUCHURE DE LA RIVIERE DE CANTON’. Map of Macau, parts of Lantau Island and the coastline to the Southwest incl. the island of Shangchuan with cartouche and compass rose. Nicolas Bellin ca. 1750 [20368] 20 x 32 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £90

MACHILIPATNAM: 2739. ‘MASULIPATAM’. View of Machilipatnam on the East coast, looking out towards the sea. Elephant in the foreground. Bellin, ca 1750 [24877] 19 x 28 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. Unobtrusive repair on bottom border, not distracting at all from the general picture. £60

MADAGASCAR: 2740. ‘ISLE DE MADAGASCAR DITE DE ST. LAURENS’. Island of Madagascar. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21213] 10 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £80

MADAGASCAR: 2741. ‘ILES MADAGASGAR ET COMORES’. Detailed map of Madagasgar with small inset map of the Comores Islands. A Biset for Migeon ca. 1890 [27742] 32 x 22 cm. Original colour. £60

MADEIRA: 2742. ‘ISLAND OF MADERA’ and ‘THE DRAGON TREE’. Map of Madeira with picture of the dragon tree below. G. Child ca. 1745 [19126] 22 x 14 cm. £50

MADEIRA: 2743. ‘THE ISLAND OF MADEIRA’. Detailed map. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [21060] 31 x 40 cm. Full original colour. £90

MADEIRA: 2744. ‘THE ISLAND OF MADEIRA’. Detailed map. A small railway is marked just north of Funchal, in the mountains. Edward Stanford ca. 1904 [24454] 31 x 40 cm. Full original colour. £90

MADRID: 2745. ‘MADRID’. Plan with range of principal buildings below. Henshall after Clarke for S.D.U.K. 1831 [16707] 30 x 37 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

MAGELLAN: 2746. ‘INS KLEINE GEBRACHTE KARTE VON DER STRASSE MAGALANS...’. Straits of Magellan. Bellin 1753 [19201] 19 x 34 cm. Slight overall browning. No cartouche. £50

MAGELLAN: 2747. ‘CARTE REDUITE DU DETROIT DE MAGELLAN...’. Straits of Magellan. Bellin 1753 [20466] 19 x 34 cm. No cartouche. £50

MAGELLAN: 2748. ‘FERDINANDUS MAGELLANES’. Full length portrait standing at a table with sphere and dividers. Woodcut by C. Riegel ca. 1770 [19061] 14 x 9 cm. £60

MAINE: 2749. 'NEUESTE KARTE VON MAINE'. Meyer 1845 [7127] 37 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

MAINE: 2750. ‘A NEW MAP OF MAINE’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24662] 38 x 30 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

MAINE: 2751. ‘MAINE’. Detailed map of Maine by counties, published after the 1855 Colton map by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24589] 40 x 31 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

MAINE: 2752. ‘MAINE’. Curious map of Maine. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27618] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

MALAYA and BURMA: 2753. ‘MAP OF THE BURMAN EMPIRE INCLUDING ALSO SIAM, COCHIN-CHINA, TON-KING AND MALAYA’. Map of Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaya and parts of Sumatra. James Wyld ca. 1849 [18384] 28 x 23 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £75

MALDIVES: 2754. ‘ISLES MALDIVES’. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21245] 12 x 10 cm. Uncoloured. £50

MALDIVES: 2755. 'CARTE DES ISLES MALDIVES'. J. N. Bellin 1750 [7495] 22 x 15 cm. £50

MANCHESTER: 2756. ‘PLAN OF MANCHESTER’. London, G. W. Bacon ca. 1895 [25206] 30 x 45 cm. Printed in full colours. £50

MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL: 2757. ‘MAP SHOWING THE COURSE OF THE PROPOSED MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL’. From Liverpool, through Warrington, Old Trafford to Manchester. Wood engraving 1883 [23288] Original coloured chromolitho print, 24 x 77cms. £80

MANITOBA: 2758. ‘CANADIAN NORTH-WEST FARMING: REAPING THE HARVEST IN MANITOBA’. Wood engraving 1891 [23543] Uncoloured wood engraving, 32 x 47 cm. £60

MANITOBA: 2759. ‘MANITOBA’. Map of Manitoba, western parts of Ontario and Lake Superior. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [21048] 47 x 60 cm. Full original colour. £60

MANITOBA: 2760. ‘MANITOBA’. Map of Manitoba, western parts of Ontario and Lake Superior. Additional railways have been added. Edward Stanford ca. 1904 [24439] 47 x 60 cm. Full original colour. £60

MARTINIQUE: 2761. ‘COLONIES FRANÇAISES...’. Map of Martinique, surrounded by decorative scenes showing the produce of the country. Laguillermie for Levasseur’s Atlas Illustré ca. 1852 [19832] 28 x 41 cm. The map in original outline colour. £50

MARYLAND: 2762. ‘MARYLAND’. Curious map of Maryland. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27410] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

MARYLAND - DELAWARE: 2763. ‘A NEW MAP OF MARYLAND AND DELAWARE WITH THEIR CANALS, ROADS & DISTANCES’. Inset table of the population in 1850. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24653] 29 x 37 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £80

MASSACHUSETTS, RHODE ISLAND & CONNECTICUT: 2765. ‘GRAY’S NEW MAP OF MASSACHUSETTS, RHODE ISLAND AND CONNECTICUT’. Detailed doublepage map by counties with inset map of the environs of Boston. Frank A. Gray for O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24593] 41 x 64 cm. Printed in full colours. Occasional heavy brown spotting, hence £90

MATABELE: 2766. ‘MAP OF MR F.C. SELOUS ROUTES IN THE MATEBELE AND MASHUNA COUNTRIES’, constructed from his sketches and collated with the maps of other travellers. Routes are marked in red. Royal Geographical Soc. 1888 [27768] 21 x 26 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £50

MAURITIUS: 2767. ‘ILE MAURICE NOMMÉE DEPUIS ILE DE FRANCE’. View of the bay and harbour and mountainous coastline beyond. Bellin ca. 1750 [17451] 18 x 22 cm. £60

MAURITIUS: 2768. ‘HAVRE DE L’ISLE MAURICE, NOMMÉE DEPUIS ILE DE FRANCE, AU SUD EAT’. View of the bay and harbour and mountainous coastline beyond, the mountains and islands named. Schley after Bellin for Prévost ca. 1750 [18887] 18 x 22 cm. £90

MAURITIUS: 2769. ‘MAURITIUS’. Map of Mauritius, divided into 9 districts, showing existing railways, railway stations, and roads. Published in London by Waterlow & Sons ca. 1890 [26394] 18.5 x 12 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £80

MAURITIUS and REUNION: 2770. 'CARTES PARTICULIERES DES ISLES DE FRANCE, DE BOURBON ET DE RODRIGUE'. Four separate maps of Mauritius, Réunion and Rodrigues (three singly and one together in their geographic position) on one sheet. Rigobert Bonne ca. 1778 [25625] 21 x 32 cm. Recent outline colour. Excellent condition. £75

MEDITERRANEAN: 2771. ‘MEDITERRANEAN AND ADJACENT COUNTRIES (ON MERCATOR’S PROJECTION) - SHEWING THE SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH CABLES, AND LENGTHS OF THE PRINCIPAL STEAM ROUTES’. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27240] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by Day & Sons. £60

MEDITERRANEAN: 2772. ‘MAP OF THE IONIAN ISLANDS AND MALTA’. Map of the Ionian Islands with inset of Cerigo Island and large inset of Malta & Gozo and large inset of map showing the chief routes from London to Bombay. Edward Stanford 1894 [24431] 61 x 52 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90

MEDITERRANEAN: 2773. ‘THE COUNTRIES AROUND THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA’. Map showing shipping routes and sea depths. Edward Stanford 1894 [25241] Full colour in two parts forming a map 63 x 25 cm. £60

MEDITERRANEAN: 2774. ‘MAP OF THE IONIAN ISLANDS AND MALTA’. A map of the Ionian Islands with inset of Cerigo Island and large inset of Malta & Gozo and large inset of map showing the chief routes from London to Bombay. Edward Stanford 1896 [24441] 61 x 52 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90

MEDITERRANEAN: 2775. ‘THE COUNTRIES AROUND THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA’.Map showing shipping routes and sea depths. Edward Stanford 1896 [25240] Full colour. 24 x 53 cm. £60

MEDITERRANEAN: 2776. ‘THE COUNTRIES AROUND THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA’.Two maps on one folio page, showing shipping routes and sea depths. Edward Stanford 1896 [27454] Full colour. 49 x 31 cm. £60

MERCATOR: 2777. ‘MERCATOR’. Portrait of Gerhard Mercator (1612-94), holding globe and dividers. Wood engraving after H. Hendrick ca. 1850 [20668] 19 x 13 cm. £60

MEXICO: 2778. ‘VITZLIPUTSLI’. Huitzilopochtli as a satanic demon. Anon ca 1680 [27724] 23 x 17 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £80

MEXICO: 2779. ‘L’ENTERREMENT DU ROY DE LA MEXIQUE’. Night time funeral procession for the King of Mexico. Thomas Gage’s Voyages 1696 [16736] 14 x 28 cm. £80

MEXICO: 2781. ‘CARTE DU MEXIQUE’. Map of Central Mexico. J. N. Bellin 1754 [17513] 21 x 29 cm. Large cartouche. £60

MEXICO: 2782. ‘KARTE VON MEXICO’. Map of Central Mexico. Bellin 1754 [19181] 19 x 29 cm. Large cartouche. £70

MEXICO: 2783. ‘CARTE DU MEXIQUE’. Map of Central Mexico. J. N. Bellin 1754 [22897] 21 x 29 cm. Large cartouche. Full hand colour. £90

MEXICO: 2784. ‘MEXICO, NORTH-WESTERN STATES’. H. D. Rogers & A. K. Johnston 1857 [20856] 33 x 41 cm. Original outline Colour. Two unobtrusive blindstamps. £60

MEXICO: 2785. ‘MEXICO, NORTH-EASTERN & CENTRAL STATES’. Detailed map, incl. Mexico City. H. D. Rogers & A. K. Johnston 1857 [20857] 41 x 33 cm. Original outline Colour. Two unobtrusive blindstamps. £60

MEXICO: 2786. ‘MEXICO, SOUTHERN STATES’. Detailed map, incl. Mexico City. H. D. Rogers & A. K. Johnston 1857 [20858] 33 x 41 cm. Original outline Colour. Two unobtrusive blindstamps. £60

MEXICO CITY: 2788. ‘LA VILLE DE MEXIQUE’. Ancient Mexico City with title banner in the sky. Anon. engraving ca. 1690 [20127] 20 x 28 cm. £70

MEXICO CITY: 2789. ‘NOUVEAU MEXICO’. Panoramic view of Mexico City from an elevated position. Schley for Prévost after N. Bellin ca. 1750 [17510] 18 x 26 cm. £50

MEXICO CITY: 2790. ‘NEU MEXICO’. Panoramic view of Mexico City. Bellin for Prévost ca. 1750 [19178] 17 x 26 cm. £50

MEXICO CITY: 2791. ‘NOUVEAU MEXICO’. Panoramic view of Mexico City from an elevated position. Chedel after N. Bellin ca. 1750 [25714] 18 x 26 cm. £60

MICHIGAN: 2793. ‘A NEW MAP OF MICHIGAN WITH ITS CANALS, ROADS & DISTANCES’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24638] 37 x 30 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90

MICHIGAN: 2794. ‘MICHIGAN’. Detailed doublepage map of Michigan by counties. Verso maps of Lake Superior and the northern part of Michigan (30 x 41 cm) and Dakota (38 x 31 cm). After the 1874 Colton map published by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1880 [24613] 60 x 42 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £80

MICHIGAN: 2795. ‘MICHIGAN’. Curious map of Michigan. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27619] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

MIDDLESEX: 2796. 'MIDDLESEX'. Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1861 [27996] 30 x 42 cm. lithograph with outline colouring. £80

MIDDLESEX: 2797. ‘MIDDLESEX REVISED ACCORDING TO THE LATEST ORDNANCE SURVEY’. Map of Middlesex and London. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26313] 30 x 46 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £50

MILANO: 2798. ‘OBER-ITALIEN TAF. I’. View of the cathedral and piazza in Milan, surrounded by a panorama of Lago Maggiore and 7 views/images of Genova harbour, Siena town hall, Pisa Piazza del Duomo, and rural scenes. A. Weger in Leipzig ca. 1850 [19471] 25 x 28 cm. £75

MINNESOTA: 2799. ‘MINNESOTA’. Detailed doublepage map of Minnesota by counties. Anonymous, but published after the 1867 Colton map by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24615] 59 x 42 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

MINNESOTA: 2800. ‘MINNESOTA’. Curious map of Minnesota. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27620] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

MISSISSIPI: 2801. ‘AMERICAN COTTON: IT’S CULTIVATION AND PREPARATION IN MISSISSIPPI’. Wood engraving 1881 [10488] Uncoloured wood engraving, 33 x 47 cm. £60

MISSISSIPPI: 2802. ‘A NEW MAP OF MISSISSIPPI WITH ITS ROADS & DISTANCES’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24645] 36 x 29 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £80

MISSISSIPPI: 2803. 'NEUESTE KARTE VON MISSISSIPPI'. Graessl for Meyer 1852 [14606] 38 x 29 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

MISSISSIPPI: 2804. ‘GRAY’S NEW MAP OF MISSISSIPPI’. Detailed doublepage map of Mississippi by counties. Frank A. Gray for O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1878 [24605] 66 x 41 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £60

MISSISSIPPI: 2805. ‘MISSISSIPPI’. Curious map of Mississippi. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27424] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

MISSOURI: 2806. ‘A NEW MAP OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [26560] 33 x 41 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £75

MISSOURI: 2807. ‘MISSOURI’. Curious map of Missouri. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27621] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

MOLUCCAS: 2808. ‘RESIDENTIEN AMBON EN TERNATE (MOLUKKEN)’. Molucca or the Spice Islands, with an inset of Timor. J. Smulders, Den Haag ca. 1918 [25332] Full coloured lithograph, 28 x 43 cm. £50

MONTANA: 2809. ‘MONTANA’. Curious map of Montana. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27622] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

MONTEVIDEO: 2810. ‘VIEWS IN MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY, SOUTH AMERICA’. A general view of Montevideo in the centre, surrounded by 14 sketches of various parts of the city. The Graphic 1884 [23149] Uncoloured wood engraving, 32 x 51 cm. £60

MONTREAL: 2811. ‘VIEW OF THE CITY FROM THE ROYAL MOUNT SHOWING THE VICTORIA BRIDGE OVER THE ST LAWRENCE’(22 x 51 cms), & ‘MONTREAL FROM THE ST LAWRENCE SHOWING MONT ROYAL’(11 x 51 cms). Two very detailed engravings,drawn by G.H.Andrews. Wood engraving 1860 [23169] Uncoloured wood engravings. £80

MONTREAL: 2812. ‘MONTREAL’ Town plan. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [26421] 24 x 31 cm. Printed in two-tone colours. Excellent condition. £50

MOUNTAINS: 2813. ‘DIAGRAM SHOWING COMPARATIVE HEIGHTS OF MOUNTAINS, PLACES &c. IN THE BRITISH ISLES’. John Bartholomew 1891 [25671] Full colour print, 29 x 22 cm. £50

NANKING: 2814. ‘PORCELLAN THURM ZU NANKING’. Porcellain Tower at Nanking. F. de Bakker for Prévost ca. 1749 [19208] 17 x 26 cm. £50

NANKING: 2815. ‘AUSSICHT VON NANKING’, ‘PORCELLAN THURM ZU NANKING’ and ‘AUSSICHT VON EINER STRASSE IN NANKING’. 3 views of the Chinese town of Nanking on 3 sheets. F. de Bakker for Prévost 1749 [19864] 17 x 26 and 19 x 14 cm respectively. 3 items £90

NANKING: 2816. ‘TOUR DE PORCELAINE A NANKING’. Porcellain Tower at Nanking. J. v. Schley after Prévost for Nieuhoff ca. 1749 [20471] 17 x 26 cm. £50

NANKING: 2817. ‘VUE DE NANKING’, ‘TOUR DE PORCELAINE’ and ‘VUE D’UNE RUE DE NANKING’. 3 views of the Chinese town of Nanking on 3 sheets. Schley for Prévost ca. 1750 [18928] 17 x 26 and 19 x 14 cm respectively. 3 items together £90

NAPLES: 2818. ‘NAPLES - NORTHERN PORTION’. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27232] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by Day & Sons. £60

NATIVE AMERICANS: 2819. ‘AMERICANER’. Two native Americans (chief and squaw) in full length. Woodcut by C. Riegel ca. 1770 [19060] 14 x 10 cm. £60

NEBRASKA: 2820. ‘DRIVING CATTLE INTO A CORRAL, NEBRASKA’. Wood engraving 1875 [10483] Uncoloured wood engraving, 31 x 49 cm. £60

NEBRASKA: 2821. ‘NEBRASKA’. Detailed doublepage map of Nebraska by counties. After the 1867 Colton map published by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24619] 42 x 62 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £90

NEBRASKA: 2822. ‘NEBRASKA’. Curious map of Nebraska. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27623] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

NETHERLANDS: 2823. ‘A NEW AND COMPLEAT MAP OF THE AUSTRIAN, FRENCH & DUTCH NETHERLANDS COMMONLY CALLED FLANDERS, FROM THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS’. Universal Magazine, ca 1760 [24893] Original coloured copper engraving, 29 x 36 cm. £50

NETHERLANDS: 2824. ‘HOLLAND’. Doublepage map of The Netherlands. John Thomson 1814 [19352] 59 x 50 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90

NETHERLANDS: 2825. ‘HOLLAND’. Map of The Netherlands. A. K. Johnston ca. 1845 [20400] 49 x 60 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

NETHERLANDS: 2826. ‘HOLLAND AND BELGIUM’. Map of Belgium, Luxembourg and The Netherlands. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25660] Full original colour with decorative coloured border, 32 x 27 cm. £50

NEVADA: 2827. ‘NEVADA’. Curious map of Nevada. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27624] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

NEW BRUNSWICK, NOVA SCOTIA & NEWFOUNDLAND: 2828. ‘NEW BRUNSWICK, NOVA SCOTIA, NEWFOUNDLAND AND PRINCE EDWARD ID.’. Detailed map by counties. Anonymous, but published by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24588] 30 x 38 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

NEW ENGLAND: 2829. ‘STATES OF MAINE, N. HAMPSHIRE, VERMONT, MASSACHUSETTS, RHODE ISLAND, CONNECTICUT, NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, AND NEW JERSEY’. Detailed map of the New England states. H. D. Rogers & A. K. Johnston 1857 [20846] 33 x 41 cm. Original outline Colour. Two unobtrusive blindstamps. £80

NEW GUINEA: 2830. ‘NEW GUINEA & THE SOLOMON ISLANDS’. A detailed map of the eastern part of New Guinea. Edward Stanford 1894 [24433] 30 x 51 cm. Full original colour. £90

NEW HAMPSHIRE: 2831. ‘NEW HAMPSHIRE’. Detailed map of New Hampshire by counties. Anonymous, but published by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24591] 37 x 30 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

NEW HAMPSHIRE: 2832. ‘NEW HAMPSHIRE’. Curious map of New Hampshire. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27444] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

NEW HAMPSHIRE and VERMONT: 2833. 'NEUESTE KARTE VON NEW HAMPSHIRE UND VERMONT'. Meyer 1846 [7282] 37 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

NEW HAMPSHIRE - VERMONT: 2834. ‘MAP OF NEW HAMPSHIRE & VERMONT’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24661] 38 x 30 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £70

NEW JERSEY: 2836. ‘NEW JERSEY’. Curious map of New Jersey. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27423] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

NEW MEXICO: 2837. ‘NEW MEXICO’. Curious map of New Mexico. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27625] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

NEW ORLEANS: 2838. ‘BIRD’S-EYE VIEW OF NEW ORLEANS’. Wood engraving 1853 [24579] Original wood engraving, 16 x 35 cm, hand coloured. £60

NEW ORLEANS: 2839. ‘IN THE OLD FRENCH MARKET, NEW ORLEANS’. The Pictorial World 1882 [24580] Original wood engraving, 21 x 34 cm, hand coloured. £70

NEW SOUTH WALES: 2840. ‘COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND AND AUSTRALIA FELIX’. Map of New South Wales and Victoria. A. K. Johnston 1843 [22772] 50 x 61 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £90

NEW SOUTH WALES: 2841. ‘COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND AND AUSTRALIA FELIX’. New South Wales and Victoria. A. K. Johnston ca. 1850 [17533] 50 x 61 cm. Original outline Colour. Lithographed edition. £120

NEW SOUTH WALES: 2842. ‘NEW SOUTH WALES’. Detailed map. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [17188] 43 x 30 cm. Original outline colour. £60

NEW SOUTH WALES: 2843. ‘NEW SOUTH WALES’. Detailed map. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [21049] 51 x 64 cm. Full original colour. £60

NEW SOUTH WALES: 2844. ‘NEW SOUTH WALES’. Detailed map. Edward Stanford ca. 1904 [24443] 51 x 64 cm. Full original colour. £60

NEW YORK: 2845. ‘MAP OF NEW YORK WITH ITS CANALS, ROADS & DISTANCES’. Map of the State of New York. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24659] 29 x 35 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90

NEW YORK: 2846. Two scenes in the town of New York. Wall street & Broadway (store of Messrs Haughwont & Co). Wood engraving 1859 [24571] Two wood engravings on one full page (15 x 24 cm & 18 x 24 cm), handcoloured. £50

NEW YORK: 2847. ‘LIFE IN THE BROADWAY, NEW YORK’. A busy scene on the pavements of the most well-known street in New York. The Graphic. 1872 [23161] Uncoloured wood engraving, 30 x 50 cm. £60

NEW YORK: 2848. ‘BATHING AT LONG BRANCH, NEW YORK’. Summer scene on the beach. Wood engraving 1875 [24586] Original wood-engraving, 24 x 33 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £50

NEW YORK: 2849. ‘OUR ARTIST IN THE UNITED STATES - WALL STREET, NEW YORK’. View of Wall Street, surrounded by character studies. Wood engraving, published in The Graphic 1877 [24568] 23 x 30 cm. Recent hand colouring. £50 J. R. Brown, British illustrator (fl. 1872-1890).

NEW YORK: 2850. The White Elephant, Nos 1241 to 1247 Broadway, New York city. Interior scenes showing the cafe, restaurant,bar & billiard parlors,bowling alleys & rifle ranges. The Graphic 1880 [10502] 30 x 45 cm. £60

NEW YORK: 2851. Opening of the second avenue elevated railroad & city hall terminus of the third avenue elevated railroad. Wood engraving from the Daily Graphic, New York. Five scenes on one large page. Daily Graphic 1880 [10503] 44 x 30 cm. £90

NEW YORK: 2852. ‘NEW YORK - CITY AND VICINITY’. Map of New York, New Jersey, Brooklyn, parts of Long Island, Bergen, etc. For Encyclopaedia Britannica engraved by W. & A. K. Johnston ca. 1880 [26395] 34 x 24 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £75

NEW YORK: 2853. ‘NEW YORK’. Detailed doublepage map of the state of New York by counties with 3 inset maps (Hudson River, Niagara River, environs of New York). Frank A. Gray for O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24594] 41 x 62 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £60

NEW YORK: 2854. The Brooklyn Bridge over the East River, between Long Island & New York. Wood engraving 1883 [10504] Hand coloured wood engraving, 20 x 30 cm. £50

NEW YORK: 2856. ‘OCCUPATION OF NEW YORK BY THE AMERICAN TROOPS, NOV 25TH 1783’. An historical scene in the streets of New York. Wood engraving 1883 [23158] Uncoloured wood engraving,35 x 48 cm. £60

NEW YORK: 2857. ‘NEW YORK HARBOUR AND VICINITY’. A. Fullerton, London ca. 1890 [26780] Tinted engraving, 24 x 14 cm. Good condition. £60

NEW YORK: 2858. ‘NEW YORK CITY’ Plan of the City, with a reference to Hotels, Theatres & Clubs. Baltimore & Ohio Railway Co 1892 [25377] Tinted wood-engraving, 18 x 26 cm. £80

NEW YORK: 2859. ‘NEW YORK HARBOUR’ Plan of the area around the harbour. Liberty Island in the middle. Baltimore & Ohio Railway Co 1892 [25378] Tinted wood-engraving, 18 x 26 cm. £80

NEW YORK: 2860. ‘NEW YORK’. Curious map of New York. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27416] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

NEW YORK: 2861. ‘NEW YORK’. Doublepage plan of Central New York (Manhattan). Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [25551] 47 x 31 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £75 Verso: Singlepage plans of Cincinnati and Toledo.

NEW ZEALAND: 2862. ‘STATISTICAL MAP OF NEW ZEALAND’. Map of New Zealand. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [26320] 39 x 31 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £90

NEW ZEALAND: 2863. ‘NEW ZEALAND’. Map of New Zealand with small inset maps of Tasmania and Australia. Published by A. & C. Black 1896 [26378] 22 x 31 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

NEW ZEALAND: 2864. ‘NEW ZEALAND’. Map of New Zealnd with small inset maps of Tasmania and Fiji Islands. John Bartholomew ca. 1900 [26376] 41 x 31 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £60

NEW ZEALAND: 2865. ‘NEW ZEALAND’. Map of New Zealand with small inset maps of Auckland and Wellington environs. Bacons Geographical Establishment ca 1900 [26377] 22 x 31 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

NEW ZEALAND: 2866. ‘NEW ZEALAND SOUTH ISLAND’. Map of the south island of New Zealand with inset map of Tasmania. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [25538] 34 x 25 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £60 Verso: Doublepage map of Queensland.

NEW ZEALAND: 2867. ‘MAP OF NEW ZEALAND NORTH ISLAND’. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [25539] 34 x 25 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £60 Verso: Doublepage map of West Australia.

NEW ZEALAND: 2868. ‘NEW ZEALAND: GENERAL MAP, AND TASMANIA’. A double page map of New Zealand, with three insets of Fiji, Friendly & Samoa Islands, Sandwich Islands (Hawaii) and Tasmania. George Philip and Son ca. 1912 [26374] 48 x 35 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £60

NEW ZEALAND: 2869. ‘NEW ZEALAND’. North and South islands illustrated seperately, with four insets of the Harbours of Dunedin, Auckland, Lyttelton and Wellington. George Philip and Son ca. 1912 [26375] 35 x 48 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £60

NEWCASTLE: 2870. ‘NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, 1887’. A really superb view of Newcastle from across the river. Wood engraving 1887 [23211] Uncoloured wood engraving, 29 x 55 cm. £80

NEWFOUNDLAND: 2871. ‘NEWFOUNDLAND’. Detailed map of Newfoundland indicating Telegraph Lines and Cables and the odd Railway line. Edward Stanford ca. 1900 [27977] 50 x 60 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90

NIAGARA FALLS: 2872. ‘NIAGARA FALLS FROM THE AMERICAN SIDE’. From a drawing taken on the spot by G. H. Andrews. Wood engraving 1860 [25423] 28 X 44 cm. Full printed colour as issued. £60

NIAGARA FALLS: 2873. ‘THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL SUSPENSION BRIDGE OVER THE NIAGARA RIVER, CONNECTING THE NEW YORK CENTRAL AND THE GREAT WESTERN OF CANADA RAILWAYS’. The Falls are in the background. Very good image! Illustrated London News 1862 [22640] Uncoloured wood engraving. 35 x 51 cm. £60

NIAGARA FALLS: 2874. ‘THE FALLS OF NIAGARA FROM THE CANADIAN SHORE’ Excellent double-page view. The Graphic 1878 [22641] Uncoloured wood engraving. 28 x 50 cm. £60

NIAGARA FALLS: 2875. ‘THE PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL PARK AT NIAGARA FALLS - PRESENT CONDITION OF THE NEIGHBOURHOOD’. 11 Scenes in and around the falls. The Graphic 1880 [22639] Uncoloured wood engraving. 33 x 52 cm. £60

NINGBO: 2877. ‘CARTE DE L’ISLE DE CHEU-CHAN OU ISLE DE CHUSAN...’. Map of the coastal area east of Ningbo in the Chinese province of Chekiang. Bellin ca. 1750 [17505] 21 x 32 cm. Large cartouche. North orientated to the right. £60

NORFOLK: 2878. ‘CRUCHLEY’S ROAD AND RAILWAY MAP OF THE COUNTY OF NORFOLK....’. Folding map, not dissected. G. F. Cruchley ca. 1888 [24565] 48 x 55 cm. Printed in colour. Folding into original covers. £80

NORTH AFRICA: 2879. ‘BARBARIE VERS L’OCCIDENT’ and ‘BARBARIE VERS L’ORIENT’. Two maps of North Africa between Morocco and Egypt above each other on one sheet. Pierre Du Val 1663 [21189] 10 x 12 cm. Original outline colour. £50

NORTH AFRICA: 2880. ‘BARBARIE VERS L’OCCIDENT’ and ‘BARBARIE VERS L’ORIENT’. Two maps of North Africa between Morocco and Egypt above each other on one sheet. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21223] 10 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £50

NORTH AFRICA: 2881. ‘MAROCCO ALGERIA & TUNISIA’, with parts of SENEGAL and the Military Territories of the Western Sudan. A very detailed map, particularly of the Sahara Desert, Camel trails and tracks etc Edward Stanford ca. 1904 [26457] 47 x 60 cm. Full original colour. £90

NORTH AMERICA: 2882. ‘AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE’. North and Central America. Robert de Vaugondy 1748 [18766] 16 x 19 cm. Original outline Colour. £90

NORTH AMERICA: 2883. ‘NORTH AMERICA’. J. Spilsbury for Andrew Dury ca. 1760 [18452] 10 x 12 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

NORTH AMERICA: 2884. ‘AMÉRIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE’. Felix Delamarche 1811 [15840] 26 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

NORTH AMERICA: 2885. ‘NORTH AMERICA’. Map of North America. James Wyld ca. 1849 [26384] 27 x 23 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

NORTH AMERICA: 2886. ‘NORTH AMERICA’. Lithographed edition. A. K. Johnston ca. 1850 [14582] 60 x 50 cm. Full original colour. £50

NORTH AMERICA: 2887. ‘NORTH AMERICA’. A. K. Johnston ca. 1850 [20407] 60 x 50 cm. Original outline colour. £80

NORTH AMERICA: 2888. ‘NORTH AMERICA’. Map of the North American Continent, printed on two sheets, not joined. Theodor Ettling for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [17175] 63 x 43 cm when joined. Original outline Colour. £50

NORTH AMERICA: 2889. 'NORTH AMERICA'. J. Rapkin for London Printing and Publishing Company ca. 1860 [21738] 34 x 25 cm. Later edition of the Tallis map in decorative border, but without vignettes. Uncoloured, previously folded. £50

NORTH AMERICA: 2890. ‘AMÉRIQUE DU NORD’. North America with vignette view of New York with the Statue of Liberty. Ch. Lacoste for Migeon ca. 1875 [19004] 32 x 42 cm. Full original colour. £50

NORTH AMERICA: 2891. ‘NORTH AMERICA’. Detailed map of North America indicating Submarine Telegraph cables. Edward Stanford ca. 1900 [27976] 50 x 60 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS: 2892. ‘NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS RUNNING CATTLE INTO A RANCH’. Illustrated London News 1891 [10495] Uncoloured wood engraving, 32 x 46 cm. £60

NORTH CAROLINA: 2893. ‘NORTH CAROLINA’. Curious map of North Carolina. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27626] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

NORTH CAROLINA - CIVIL WAR: 2894. ‘WILMINGTON AND CAPE FEAR RIVER’. Map of the area between Wilmington and Cape Fear on Smith’s Island, showing the forts and batteries during the Civil War. For the Illustrated London News designed and engraved by John Dower Feb. 18, 1865 [23453] 34 x 24 cm. Full hand colour. £60

NORTH DAKOTA: 2895. ‘NORTH DAKOTA’. Curious map of North Dakota. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27627] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

NORTH POLE: 2896. ‘THE NORTH POLE EXPEDITION: MAP SHOWING THE ROUTE OF THE EXPEDITION’. Wood engraving 1876 [25392] Hand coloured wood engraving, 33 x 23 cm. £60

NORTH POLE: 2897. ‘NORTH POLAR CHART’. W. & A. K. Johnston 1894 [25281] 45 x 35 cm. Printed in full colours. £80

NORTH WEST AFRICA: 2898. ‘N. W. AFRICA comprising MAROCCO, ALGERIA & TUNIS’. A detailed map printed at the end of the 19th century, showing also the Sahara Desert with Camel Routes. W. & A. K. Johnston 1892 [25319] Original colour. 28 x 46 cm. £50

NORTHERN INDIA: 2900. ‘KARTE VON INDOSTAN ... I. Blatt’. Northern India between Bombay, Calcutta and the Himalayas. Bellin 1752 [7485] 22 x 33 cm. Engraved cartouche. £50

NORTHERN INDIA: 2901. ‘CARTE DE L’INDOUSTAN ... Ie. FEUILLE’. Northern India. Bellin 1752 [18891] 22 x 33 cm. Large title cartouche and scale of miles. £50

NORTHERN INDIA: 2902. 'CARTE DE LA PARTIE SUPERIEURE DE L'INDE...'. Northern India. Bonne ca. 1778 [7488] 21 x 32 cm. £50

NORTHERN IRELAND: 2903. ‘NORTHERN IRELAND’. Decorative map of Northern Ireland with inset views of the Parliament Buildings - Stromont and Caledon House, ancestral home of Field Marshall Viscount Alexander and numerous emblems and heraldic shields. Also contains notes and work on British Farms and with the Women’s Institute during the 2nd World War. Dedicated by kind permission to Captain The Rt Hon. Sir Basil Brooke, Bt. Prime Minister of Northern Ireland. One of the Countryman County Maps of England, produced for the Women’s Land Army Benevolent Fund, devised by Donald McCullough, designed and drawn by Ernest Clegg 1947 [26501] 40 x 53 cm. Printed in full colours by John Waddington Limited. £60

NORTHERN ITALY: 2905. ‘THE BATTLEFIELDS OF NORTHERN ITALY’. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27236] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by Day & Sons. £60

NORTHUMBERLAND: 2906. ‘NORTHUMBERLAND’. Decorative map of Northumberland with inset views of Alnwick, Bamburgh, Lindisfarne Monastry and Newcastle on Tyne, with numerous emblems and heraldic shields. Also contains notes and work on British Farms and with the Women’s Institute during the 2nd World War. Dedicated by kind permission to His Grace the Duke of Northumberland. One of the Countryman County Maps of England, produced for the Women’s Land Army Benevolent Fund, devised by Donald McCullough, designed and drawn by Ernest Clegg 1946 [26504] 53 x 40 cm. Printed in full colours by John Waddington Limited. £60

NORWICH: 2907. ‘BIRD’S EYE VIEW OF NORWICH’. Drawn by H. W. Brewer. View taken from across the river, with the Cathedral in the centre. A ‘key’ is printed below the image indicating all the major areas and buildings. London 1895 [23114] Uncoloured engraving, 37 x 46 cm. £80

NORWICH & YARMOUTH: 2908. ‘NORWICH ILLUSTRATED’. A sixteen page supplement with views of Norwich & Gt Yarmouth, including a general view of the city of Norwich from the top of the Church of St Peter Mancroft - looking east, with sixteen smaller views in and around the town. The Graphic 1883 [23488] Uncoloured wood engraving, 36 x 53 cm. £60

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE: 2909. ‘NOTTINGHAMSHIRE’. Map of Nottinghamshire. John Cary 1787 [25179] 26 x 21 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

NOVAYA ZEMLYA: 2911. ‘PARTIE DE LA MER GLACIALE CONTENANT LA NOUVELLE ZEMLE ET LE PAIS DES SAMOIEDES’. Nicolas Bellin 1858 [25001] Uncoloured copper engraving, 21 x 34 cm. £60

OBSERVATORY: 2912. ‘THE OBSERVATORY AT PE-KING’. View of the Chinese observatory in Peking with several spheres, globe, horizon, quadrant and sextant. G. Child ca. 1745 [19134] 15 x 22 cm. £90

OBSERVATORY: 2913. ‘OBSERVATOIRE DE PEKING’. View of the Chinese observatory in Peking. Bagouy after Bellin ca. 1750 [17502] 17 x 25 cm. £60

OCEANIA: 2914. “OCEANIA, OR ISLANDS IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN, ON MERCATORS PROJECTION, COMPRISING POLYNESIA, MALAYSIA AND AUSTRALASIA” - compiled from the British Admiralty Charts, the Surveys of the U. States Exploring Expedition and Lieut. Raper’s Table of Maritime Positions. Archibald Fullarton ca. 1870 [25878] Steel engraving with original outline colour, 40 x 50 cm. £90

OCEANIA: 2915. ‘OCEANIE’. Map of Oceania with vignette of Noumea L. Smith for Migeon ca. 1888 [27636] 32 x 42 cm. Full original colour. £95

OHIO: 2916. 'NEUESTE KARTE VON OHIO...'. Meyer 1845 [7289] 37 x 30 cm. Inset plan of Cincinnati. Original outline Colour. £60

OHIO: 2917. ‘A NEW MAP OF THE STATE OF OHIO’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24639] 40 x 33 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £80

OHIO: 2918. ‘GRAY’S NEW MAP OF OHIO’. Detailed doublepage map of Ohio by counties with inset plan of Columbus and five smaller inset maps. Verso plans of CINCINNATI (30 x 38 cm), INDIANAPOLIS (19 x 32 cm) and LOUISVILLE (20 x 32 cm). Frank A. Gray for O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1877 [24610] 41 x 66 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £80

OHIO: 2919. ‘OHIO’. Curious map of Ohio. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27628] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

OKLAHOMA: 2921. ‘OKLAHOMA’. Curious map of Oklahoma. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27629] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

OPIUM: 2922. ‘ON BOARD AN OPIUM HULK AT SHANGHAI’. Illustrated London News 1883 [10272] Uncoloured wood engraving, 32 x 46 cm. £50

OREGON: 2923. ‘OREGON’. Curious map of Oregon. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27630] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

OREGON - WASHINGTON: 2924. ‘OREGON AND WASHINGTON’. Map of the States of Oregon and Washington. O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [26569] 38 x 30 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £90

ORLEANS: 2925. ‘CARTE DU GOUVERNEMENT DE ORLEANS, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of Orleans in western France with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25111] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

ORTELIUS: 2926. ‘ORTELIUS’. Portrait of Abraham Ortelius (1527-98), holding globe, atlas and dividers. Wood engraving after W. Brown ca. 1850 [20669] 19 x 13 cm. £60

OSTEND. 2927. ‘BELAGERUNG DER STATT OSTENDE - ANGEFANGEN DEN 26 MAI 1601, UBERGEBEN DEN 20 SEPT. ANNO 1604’. M. Merian ca. 1660 [24985] Uncoloured copper engraving, 18 x 25 cm. £80

OTTAWA: 2928. ‘WINTER LIFE IN CANADA - A SKATING CARNIVAL AT OTTAWA’. Skaters round a maypole. The Graphic c. 1878 [23485] Uncoloured wood engraving, 32 x 50 cm. £60

OXFORD - CAMBRIDGE: 2929. ‘OXFORD’ and ‘CAMBRIDGE’. Two town plans on one sheet. Joseph Wilson Lowry for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [25529] 22 x 30 cm each. Uncoloured. £60

OXFORDSHIRE: 2930. ‘OXFORDSHIRE’. Drawn and engraved by B.R.Davies, with additional notes refering to births, marriages & deaths, education, parlimentary representation etc. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27714] Lithograph with original colour, 43 x 30 cm. £60

PACIFIC: 2932. ‘ISLANDS IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN’. Pacific Ocean incl. Australia and the North and South American West Coast. A. K. Johnston ca. 1845 [17552] 50 x 60 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

PACIFIC: 2933. ‘MAP OF OCEANICA, EXHIBITING ITS VARIOUS DIVISIONS, ISLAND GROUPS &C.’. Map of North Pacific, Polynesia and Australia in floral framework. Inset map of the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii). Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1860 [18167] 27 x 34 cm. Original outline Colour. Decorative border. £80

PACIFIC: 2934. ‘OCEANIA’. Very detailed doublepage map of Australia, New Zealand and Islands in the South Pacific towards the end of the 19th century, with insets of Western Australia, Tasmania, the eastern extremity of New Guinea, and the Fiji Islands. W. & A.K. Johnston 1893 [25288] 44 x 57 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £90

PACIFIC: 2935. ‘THE PACIFIC ISLANDS’. Very detailed large chart of the Pacific Islands. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [27975] 50 x 60 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

PACIFIC: 2936. ‘ISLANDS IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN’. Map of the Pacific Ocean. James Wyld ca. 1849 [26389] 23 x 27 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

PALESTINE: 2937. ‘PALESTINE’. A. K. Johnston ca. 1845 [20403] 60 x 49 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

PALESTINE: 2939. ‘PALESTINE’.Highly detailed map with the pilgrims road (Derb el Haj) Edward Stanford 1894 [24425] 60 x 41 cm. Printed in full colours. £90

PALESTINE: 2940. ‘HISTORICAL BIRDS-EYE VIEW OF THE HOLY LAND’. Unusual half-birds-eye view of Palestine from the Mediterranean Sea with old place, mountain and river names. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [25540] 30 x 52 cm. Uncoloured. £90

PALESTINE: 2941. ‘PALESTINE’. Highly detailed map showing Railways and the pilgrims road (Derb el Haj) Edward Stanford 1904 [24462] 60 x 41 cm. Printed in full colours. £90

PANAMA: 2943. The Isthmus of Darien.- sketches on the Panama railway. Superb double page with fourteen scenes and a small map. Wood engraving 1877 [16891] 33 x 54 cm. £60

PANAMA: 2944. Cutting through the Culebra mountain: General view, looking west, towards Panama. Wood engraving sketched by Mr Melton Prior 1888 [16892] 34 x 50 cm. £60

PANGBOURNE: 2945. ‘PANGBOURNE’. A superb view printed in colour for the Illustrated London News 1888 [27645] 28 x 43 cm. Full colour printing. £60

PARIS: 2946. ‘FRANCIAE INSULA’. Miniature map of the Greater Paris area. Abraham Ortelius ca. 1598 [22565] 8 x 11 cm. French text edition. Full later handcolour. Excellent condition. £75

PARIS: 2947. ‘CARTE DU GOUVERNEMENT DE L’ISLE DE FRANCE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of the area around Paris with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25112] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

PARIS: 2948. ‘GRAND ENTRY OF THE ALLIED SOVEREIGNS INTO PARIS’ on the 31st March 1814. Bowyer ca 1816 [24979] Original hand coloured aquatint, 32 x 23 cm. £60

PARIS : 2949. ARRIVAL OF HER MAJESTY IN THE PLACE DE CARROUSEL, TUILERIES. (PARIS). Lively scene in front of one of the entrances to the Tuileries (Louvre) showing Her Majesty arriving in a horse drawn coach followed by troops on horseback. Engraved by W. Thomas. Wood engraving 1850 [21539] 51 x 76 cm. Uncoloured as issued. Folded and laid on Linen. £60

PARIS: 2950. ‘PANORAMA VON PARIS’. Panoramic view of Paris from the Tuileries looking towards Montmartre. Paris ca 1850 [24988] Uncoloured lithograph, 16 x 46 cm. Previously folded. £60

PARIS: 2951. ‘THE TUILERIES, PARIS’. A superb view of the Louvre and gardens. Wood engraving 1859 [23596] 45 x 76 cm. Folded as issued. Uncoloured. £80

PARIS: 2952. ‘BOULEVARD DE SEBASTOPOL, PARIS’. Wood engraving 1859 [25370] Engraving printed in full colour, 32 x 42 cm. £50

PARIS: 2954. BIRD’S - EYE VIEW OF PARIS AS SEEN FROM THE ARC DE TRIOMPHE’. An aerial view of Paris surrounded by 18 small illustrations of buildings and landmarks. Woodengraving, printed in London ca. 1870 [24978] 26 x 40 cm. Uncoloured. Previously folded. £80

PARIS: 2955. ‘THE PARIS EXHIBITION: GENERAL VIEW OF THE TROCADERO’. View of the exhibition in Paris in 1878. Deawn by L. Dumont. 1878 [25966] Uncoloured wood engraving, 30 x 102 cm. Previously folded. £60

PARIS: 2956. ‘THE ENVIRONS OF PARIS’. Map of the environs of Paris, as far as Versailles. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [26331] 30 x 38 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

PARIS: 2957. ‘ENVIRONS DE PARIS AVEC SES FORTS’. The environs of Paris showing positions of the main forts. Migeon, Paris ca 1890 [27754] 29 x 42 cm. Printed in colour. £80

PARIS: 2958. ‘BIRDS EYE VIEW OF THE PARIS EXHIBITION 1900’. View of Paris, with the Place de la Concorde and the Champs Elysees in the foreground and the Eiffel Tower in the background. The Sphere 1900 [25369] Coloured Lithograph by Eyre & Spottiswoode, London. 32 x 47 cm. £50

PATAGONIA: 2959. ‘DESTROIT DE MAGELLAN, TERRE ET ISLES MAGELLANICQUES &’. Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. Nicolas Sanson ca. 1682 [20647] 19 x 24 cm. Cartouche. Original outline Colour. Occasional marginal waterstaining. Few minor wormholes expertly and invisibly filled. £80

PATAGONIA: 2960. ‘CARTE RÉDUITE DE LA PARTIE LA PLUS MERIDIONALE DE L’AMERIQUE’. Map of the southernmost part of South America, showing Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego and the Falkland Islands. Bellin ca. 1750 [18918] 23 x 17 cm. £50

PATAGONIA: 2961. ‘INS KLEINE GEBRACHTE KARTE VON DEM SUDLICHSTEN THEILE VON AMERICA’. Map of the southernmost part of South America, showing Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego and the Falkland Islands. Bellin ca. 1750 [19202] 23 x 17 cm. £50

PEKING: 2962. ‘VUE DE PEKING’. Panoramic view of Peking. Bellin ca. 1750 [17531] 18 x 26 cm. Uncoloured. £60

PEKING: 2963. ‘VUE DE PEKING’. Panoramic view of Peking. J. v. Schley after Bellin ca. 1750 [19796] 18 x 26 cm. Uncoloured. £60

PEKING: 2964. ‘AUSSICHT VON PEKING’. Panoramic view of Peking. F. de Bakker after Bellin ca. 1750 [20473] 18 x 26 cm. Full hand colour. £90

PEKING: 2965. ‘AUSSICHT VON PEKING’. Panoramic view of Peking. F. de Bakker after Bellin ca. 1750 [24868] 18 x 26 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £60

PEKING: 2966. ‘THE STATE ENTRY OF LORD ELGIN INTO PEKIN’. Original woodengraving of Lord Elgin’s procession into Peking. Wood engraving 1861 [25372] 31 x 44 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90 Lord James Bruce Elgin (1811-63), the 8th Earl of Elgin, after the Second Opium War between China on one side and Russia, France and Britain on the other, enters Peking for the signing of the First Convention of Peking, where - besides other issues - Hong Kong was ceded to the British ‘in perpetuity’. - This is the genuine antique print of 1861, not a reproduction.

PEKING: 2967. ‘MAP OF THE COUNTRY BETWEEN PE-KING & THE GULF OF PE-CHILI SHOWING THE ADVANCE FROM THE TAKU FORTS TO PE-KING’. Detailed map of the area between Peking and the Sea, showing the main road between Taku on the coast via Tien-Tsin to Peking. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1863 [22610] 43 x 30 cm. The coast line in original colour, the main map uncoloured. £80

PEKING: 2968. ‘THE CHINESE IMPERIAL WEDDING AT PEKIN: THE BRIDAL PROCESSION AT MIDNIGHT’. Illustrated London News 1872 [23065] Uncoloured wood engraving, 33 x 49 cm. £60

PEKING: 2969. ‘THE TEMPLE OF HEAVEN, PEKIN’. Illustrated London News 1873 [10282] Uncoloured wood engraving, 34 x 50 cm. £60

PEKING PROVINCE: 2970. ‘INSIDE OF THE TEMPLE JUGANGU IN THE PROVINCE OF PEKING’. View of the open temple next to a Chinese pagoda. Anonymous for Harris’s Navigantium ca. 1745 [19847] 20 x 31 cm. £50

PEKING PROVINCE: 2971. ‘TUNXO IN THE PROVINCE OF PEKING’. A view of the town from across the river. A second illustration shows the Pilgrimage of a whole village to the Temple JUGANGU to obtain a fertile year. Anonymous for Harris’s Navigantium ca. 1745 [24884] Uncoloured copper engraving, 20 x 30 cm. £50

PENNSYLVANIA: 2972. 'NEUESTE KARTE VON PENNSYLVANIA...'. Meyer 1845 [7290] 30 x 37 cm. Orig. colour. £90

PENNSYLVANIA: 2973. ‘A NEW MAP OF PENNSYLVANIA WITH ITS CANALS, RAIL-ROADS &c.’. Inset profile of the Pennsylvania Canal. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24655] 29 x 36 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90

PENNSYLVANIA: 2974. ‘PENNSYLVANIA’. Detailed doublepage map of Pennsylvania by counties. Anonymous, but published by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24597] 39 x 65 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £60

PENNSYLVANIA: 2975. ‘PENNSYLVANIA’. Curious map of Pennsylvania. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27422] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

PENNSYLVANIA - CIVIL WAR: 2976. ‘MAP ILLUSTRATING GENERAL LEE’S ADVANCE INTO PENNSYLVANIA’ with (below) ‘PLAN OF PITTSBURG’ and ‘THE DEFENCES OF WASHINGTON’. Three maps/plans on one sheet of the sitation during the Civil War with troop positions indicated. The map of Pennsylvania reaching from Pittsburg to Philadelphia and south into Virginia to include Baltimore and Washington. Designed and engraved for Illustrated London News by John Dower Aug. 8, 1863 [23456] 29 x 24 cm. Full hand colour. £60

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD: 2978. ‘PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD - NEW YORK TO CHICAGO’. A map of the railway line and all the stops. Baltimore & Ohio Railway Co 1892 [25384] Tinted wood-engraving, 16 x 29 cm. £80

PERSIA: 2979. 'PERSICI VEL SOPHORUM REGNI TYPUS'. Petrus Kaerius for Mercator/Janssonius 1648 [7477] 13 x 19 cm. £50

PERSIA: 2980. 'CHARTE VON PERSIEN'. Persia, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Geograph. Institut Weimar 1810 [14729] 30 x 41 cm. Full original colour. Uncommon. £60

PERSIA: 2981. ‘CHARTE VON PERSIEN’. Persia, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Prag 1811 [19973] 29 x 41 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

PERSIA: 2982. ‘PERSIA’. Iran, Afghanistan and parts of Pakistan. Sidney Hall 1828 [19267] 41 x 51 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

PERSIA: 2984. ‘THE EUPHRATES VALLEY, SYRIA, KURDISTAN &c’. Highly detailed map with Baghdad right in the centre. Edward Stanford 1894 [24428] 33 x 48 cm. Printed in full colours. £60

PERSIA: 2985. ‘THE EUPHRATES VALLEY, SYRIA, KURDISTAN &c’. Detailed Map with Baghdad right in the centre. Railways have been extended and projected railways are indicated. Telegraph lines are also marked. Edward Stanford 1904 [24456] 33 x 48 cm. Printed in full colours. £60

PERSIA: 2986. ‘PERSIA WITH PARTS OF AFGHANISTAN, BALUCHISTAN, TURKEY IN ASIA....’. Edward Stanford 1904 [27452] 33 x 48 cm. Printed in full colours. £60

PERU: 2988. ‘PEROU’. Pierre Du Val 1663 [21179] 10 x 12 cm. Original outline colour. £60

PERU: 2989. ‘PEROU’. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21228] 10 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £50

PERU: 2990. 'CHARTE DER PROVINZ ODER AUDIENCIA VON LIMA ODER DES ALTEN KÖNIGREICHS PERU'. Geograph. Institut Weimar 1814 [7407] 42 x 30 cm. Original outline Colour. Uncommon. £60

PERU: 2991. ‘PERU’. Sidney Hall 1828 [19273] 41 x 51 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

PERU: 2993. ‘SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST SHEET XII / PERU AND CHILE / CABO LOBOS TO PUNTA PESCADORES’. Sea chart of the south Peruvian coastline to the Chilean border at Arica, with 3 inset harbour plans of Puerto de Ilo, Puerto Mollendo and Caleta Ocona. First published at the Admiralty 1840, and now with a few corrections by the Admiralty 1940 [26435] 48 x 62 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £60

PERU & BOLIVIA: 2994. ‘PERU & BOLIVIA’. Map of Peru and Bolivia. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25710] Full colour engraving with decorative border , 31 x 38 cm. £50

PESHAWAR: 2996. ‘PESHAWAR’’. A pleasing view of the town. A stream runs through the middle. Illustrated London News 1857 [24926] Colour printed, 22 x 32 cm. £60

PHILADELPHIA: 2997. 'PHILADELPHIA'. Plan of Philadelphia. Meyer ca. 1845 [7293] 37 x 30 cm. £90

PHILADELPHIA: 2998. ‘PHILADELPHIA’ Plan of the City, with a reference to Hotels. Baltimore & Ohio Railway Co 1892 [25375] Tinted wood-engraving, 18 x 26 cm. £80

PHILIPPINES - BORNEO: 3001. ‘BORNEO’ and ‘THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS’. Two separate maps on one sheet. Edward Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [15941] 31 x 43 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

PICARDIE: 3002. ‘CARTE DU GOUVERNEMENT DE PICARDIE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of Picardie in northern France with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25108] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

POLAND: 3005. ‘ROYAUME DE POLOGNE...’ Southern Poland. Robert de Vaugondy 1749 [18798] 16 x 19 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

POLAND: 3006. ‘A NEW & ACCURATE MAP OF THE KINGDOM OF PRUSSIA AND POLISH PRUSSIA...’. Northern Poland between Slupsk and the Courland Lagoon. South as far as Torun. J. Gibson ca. 1760 [21111] 21 x 30 cm. Elaborate cartouche. £60

POLAND: 3007. 'PRUSSIA’. J. Cary ca. 1825 [6972] 23 x 28 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

POLAND: 3008. ‘PROVINZ SCHLESIEN’. Map of southern Poland with nine small inset maps and a circular plan of Breslau. Ehricht for Meyer 1836 [21975] 20 x 25 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

POLAND: 3009. ‘OST- UND WEST-PREUSSEN’. Map of northern Poland. Radefeld for Meyer 1847 [21977] 29 x 36 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

POLAND: 3010. ‘PREUSSEN, POSEN, RUSSISCH-POLEN’. Poland in its borders as today. Flemming ca. 1850 [19620] 34 x 31 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

POLAND: 2436. 'OST-PREUSSEN'. A map of North East Poland. Flemming, ca 1845 [25280] 37 x 28 cm. Outline colour. £50

POLAND: 3011. ‘PREUSSEN UND POLEN’. D. Völter for Dannheimer in Esslingen, printed by Winckelmann in Stuttgart ca. 1850 [25789] 33 x 25 cm. Original outline colouring. £75

POLAND: 3012. ‘PREUSSEN, POSEN, POLEN UND KRAKAU’. Poland in its borders as today. Flemming ca. 1850 [26789] 34 x 31 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

POLAND: 3013. ‘RUSSIA (POLAND)’. Map of Poland, Warsaw in the centre. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [26334] 38 x 31 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £80

POLES: 3014. ‘NORTH POLAR CHART’ and ‘SOUTH POLAR CHART’. Two maps on one page. John Bartholomew 1891 [25672] Full colour print, 29 x 22 cm. £50

POLITICAL MAP: 3015. “THE GRAPHIC GUIDE TO THE GENERAL ELECTION”. Unionists in blue & Non-Unionists in red. The Graphic 1910 [27777] 57 x 37 cm. Tinted lithograph. £60

POLITICAL MAP: 3016. “HOW LONDON HAS CHANGED ITS COLOURS IN THE GENERAL ELECTION”. The metropolitan constituencies in 1906 and today. The Graphic 1910 [27778] 25 x 33 cm. Tinted lithograph. £60

POLITICAL MAP: 3017. ‘THE GRAPHIC PARLIAMENTARY MAP’. Showing the counties and boroughs for the Conservative, Liberal and Home Rule Political Parties. The Graphic 1880 [21588] 72 x 51 cm. Coloured in blue pink and red as originally issued. Folded. £75

POLITICAL MAP: 3018. ‘THE GRAPHIC PARLIAMENTARY MAP’. Showing members returned for county divisions and boroughs; their political party, and the number of votes polled for each. The Graphic 1885 [27775] 57 x 76 cm. Coloured in blue, pink and red as originally issued. Folded. £95

POLITICAL MAP: 3019. ‘A PARLIAMENTARY MAP OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND IRELAND’. Coloured to show the decision of the nation upon the Home Rule question, 1886. Wood engraving 1886 [21590] 72 x 52 cm. Coloured in green, light orange and orange as originally issued. Folded. £75

POLITICAL MAP: 3020. ‘THE GRAPHIC STATISTICAL MAPS OF IRELAND’. Compiled bt W.Leigh Bernard, F.S.S. Sections include Population 1881, Education 1881, Religeon 1881, Pauperism 1884, Wealth 1884, Agriculture 1885. Maclure & Co, London 1886 [27776] 38 x 56 cm. Pink tinted lithograph. £65

POLITICAL MAP: 3021. ‘THE GRAPHIC PARLIAMENTARY MAP’. ‘THE GENERAL ELECTION’ Showing the Members returned from county divisions and boroughs,- their politics, and the majority of votes obtained by each, in the recent elections. A companion map was published prior to this showing the distribution immediately before the general election. The Graphic 1892 [26407] 72 x 51 cm. Coloured in blue pink and red as originally issued. Previously folded. £75

POLITICAL MAP: 3022. ‘THE GRAPHIC PARLIAMENTARY MAP’. Showing the Members returned from county divisions and boroughs,- their politics, and the majority of votes obtained by each. A companion map was published after the general election showing changes effected. The Graphic 1892 [27779] 72 x 51 cm. Coloured in blue pink and red as originally issued. Previously folded. £95

POLITICAL MAP: 3023. ‘THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS ELECTION MAP’. The electoral battlefield at a glance: Candidates and constituencies. Each constituency is represented by either a circle or octagon. Wood engraving 1906 [21591] 66 x 52 cm. Coloured in red and blue as originally issued. Folded. £75

POLYNESIA: 3025. 'POLYNESIA, OR ISLANDS IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN'. Map of the South Pacific. John Tallis ca. 1851 [26469] 25 x 35 cm. Original outline colour, all vignettes and border recent colour. Excellent condition. £90

PORTSMOUTH: 3026. ‘THE EASTER VOLUNTEER MANOEUVRES AT PORTSMOUTH - PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE BATTLEFIELD, SKETCHED FROM THE ‘GRAPHIC’ BALLOON BY OUR SPECIAL ARTIST’.
An excellent engraving, drawn by T.W.Wyllie and T. Griffiths for The Graphic 1884 [21521] 33 x 100cm. Uncoloured as issued. Folded. Excellent condition. £80

PORTSMOUTH: 3027. ‘PLAN OF PORTSMOUTH’. London, G. W. Bacon ca. 1895 [25204] 30 x 45 cm. Printed in full colours. £50

PORTUGAL: 3028. 'PORTUGALLIA ET ALGARVE'. Mercator/Janssonius 1648 [7604] 15 x 20 cm. North orientated to the right. £90

PORTUGAL: 3030. ‘SPAIN AND PORTUGAL - CABO VILLANO TO CABO DE SO. VICENTE’. Sea chart of the whole Portuguese coast between Cabo de S. Vicente and Vigo/Spain. 2 inset charts of La Guardia, Baia de Sines and Baia de Sesimbra, four further inset spaces left blank. Compiled from the latest informaton in the Hydrographic Office to 1954. First published at the Admiralty 1873 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral G. H. Richards, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1958 [26831] 97 x 66 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75

PREVOST: 3031. ‘ANTOINE FRANÇOIS PREVOST’. Half length portrait of Abbé Prévost, author of Histoire Générale des Voyages. J. v. Schley 1746 [19398] 22 x 16 cm. £80

PTOLEMY: 3032. ‘PTOLEMEUS...’. Full length imaginary portrait showing Ptolemy facing left holding a sextant (an arc graduated in sixths of a circle). Woodcut from Seb. Münster ca. 1550 [20868] 11 x 6 cm. On full folio text page. £60

PUNJAB: 3033. ‘THE PUNJAB CASHMERE & C.’. Map of Punjab and Cashmere. Edw. Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1863 [20163] 30 x 43 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

QUEBEC: 3034. ‘GRUNDRISS DER STADT QUEBEC’. Plan of Quebec with table of explanations to the right side. Bellin ca. 1750 [19166] 20 x 28 cm. £90

QUEBEC: 3035. ‘THE PRINCE OF WALES LANDING AT QUEBEC’. A superb full two page harbour scene with many ships and paddle steamers and Quebec town and Citadel in the background. Wood engraving 1860 [23170] Uncoloured wood engraving, 34 x 51 cm. £80

QUEBEC: 3036. ‘QUEBEC’ Town plan. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [26420] 24 x 31 cm. Printed in two-tone colours. Excellent condition. £50

QUEENSLAND: 3037. ‘COLONY OF QUEENSLAND’. Detailed map. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [17190] 43 x 31 cm. Original outline colour. £60

RAILWAYS: 3038. “RAILWAY MAP OF THE BRITISH ISLES EXHIBITING ALL THE RAILWAYS AND CANALS IN ENGLAND SCOTLAND AND IRELAND COMPLETED OR IN PROGRESS WITH THEIR RESPECTIVE STATIONS”. Table of references to Railways in England, Scotland and Ireland, a large inset map of the South Yorkshire and Lancashire districts and five smaller inset maps of the railways around London, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and Edinburgh. Archibald Fullarton ca. 1870 [25874] Steel engraving with original outline colour, 40 x 50 cm. £80

RAILWAYS: 3039. [MAP OF G.W.R.SYSTEM] Great Western Railway, showing main lines and branch lines, with inset maps of London & Suburbs, South Wales, Birmingham district and the Isle of Man Anon, ca 1900 [27069] Printed in colour, 48 x 63 cm. £50

RELIEF MAP: 3040. ‘ASIA’. Relief map of Asia with mountains slightly embossed. George Phillips Bevan / Royal Relief Atlas 1885 [18065] 22 x 26 cm. Full original colour. £60

RÉUNION: 3041. ‘ILE DE LA RÉUNION’. Map of the French island of Réunion (also called ‘Il Bourbon’ before the French Revolution), situated in the Indian Ocean near the African coast, surrounded by scenery and decorative vignettes of local produce and custom. Laguillermie for Levasseur’s Atlas National Illustré ca. 1852 [24963] 30 x 42 cm. The map in original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50

REUNION: 3042. ‘LA REUNION, MADAGASGAR, GABON’. Ile de la Reunion, Gabon et Congo Francais and Madagasgar. Three maps on one page. A Biset for Migeon ca. 1890 [27744] 32 x 22 cm. Original colour. £60

RHODE ISLAND: 3043. ‘RHODE ISLAND’. Curious map of Rhode Island. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27421] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

RHÔNE - ALPES: 3044. ‘LA SAVOYE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Map of the Rhône-Alpes region in France, south of Lake Geneva, with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25124] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £90 Folio edition - no centrefolds.

RIGA: 3045. ‘RIGA’. View from the sea. Seb. Munster, ca 1620 [27891] 10 x 15.5 cm. Woodcut on page with text. £80 Riga, the capital of Latvia, was officially founded in 1201.

RIVER THAMES: 3046. ‘THE RIVER THAMES FROM ITS SOURCE TO THE SEA’. Map of the River Thames in three horizontaly placed sections from Cirencester via London to Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [25524] 44 x 63 cm. Original outline colour. Very good condition. £60

ROME: 3048. ‘ROME (MODERN)’. Plan of Rome. Theodor Ettling for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [25020] 31 x 43 cm. Uncoloured. £60

RUFACH: 3049. ‘DIE STATT RUFACH’. The town of Rufach in Alsace.(German text) Seb. Münster ca. 1550 [25038] Uncoloured engraving, 24 x 34 cm. £75

RUFACH: 3050. ‘RUFACH AVEC LE CHASTEAU D’ISENBOURG’. The town of Rufach in Alsace.(French text) Seb. Münster ca. 1550 [25039] Uncoloured engraving, 24 x 34 cm. £50

RUSSIA: 3051. 'DAS GANTZE RUSSISCHE KAEYSERTHUM MIT ALLEN SEINEN LAENDERN'. Russia between Moscow and Japan. J. G. Schreiber ca. 1750 [7863] 16 x 25 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

RUSSIA: 3052. ‘CHARTE VON DEM EUROPÄISCHEN RUSSLAND’. Map of Russia in Europe, Moscow in the centre. Prag 1808 [21983] 40 x 28 cm. Previously folded. Original outline Colour. £60

RUSSIA: 3053. ‘CHARTE VOM ASIATISCHEN RUSSLAND’. Map of Russia in Asia. centre. Prag 1808 [24878] 27 x 38 cm. Previously folded. Original outline Colour. £60

RUSSIA: 3054. ‘GENERAL KARTE VOM EUROPAISCHEN RUSSLAND UND DEN KAUKASISCHEN LANDERN’. European Russia, printed on four sheets. Handtke, J. ca 1845 [24969] 74 x 62 cm, when joined. £80

RUSSIA: 3055. ‘GENERAL-KARTE VOM WESTLICHEN RUSSLAND NEBST PREUSSEN, POSEN, UND GALIZIEN’. General map of West Russia near to the Prussian and Polish borders. Inset plan of Warsaw. C. Flemming, Glogau ca. 1850 [24997] Steel engraving with outline colouring in four parts, which can be joined to form one map 64 x 72 cm. £80

RUSSIA: 3056. ‘RUSSIA IN EUROPE’. Map of European Russia. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25695] Full original colour with decorative coloured border, 31 x 26 cm. £60

RUSSIA: 3057. ‘RUSSIA IN ASIA AND TARTARY’. Map of Russia in Asia. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25696] Full original colour with decorative coloured border, 31 x 38 cm. £60

RUSSIA: 3058. 'RUSSIA IN EUROPE'. Tallis ca. 1851 [15179] 34 x 25 cm. Original outline Colour. Folio edition. No centre folds. £50

RUSSIA: 3059. 'RUSSIA IN ASIA'. Russia in Asia between Ural mountains and Behring Straits. Tallis ca. 1851 [15180] 25 x 35 cm. Original outline Colour. Folio edition. No centre folds. £50

RUSSIAN FEDERATION: 3060. ‘CARTE POUR LES VOYAGES DE RUBRUQUIS, MARCO POLO, JEN-KIN-SON...’. Map of Europe and the whole of northern Asia, thus covering the present area of the Russian Federation. It includes parts of China, Korea, Japan and a curious East Asian coastline. Schley for Prévost ca. 1750 [18913] 24 x 34 cm. Cartouche and semi compass rose. £80

RUSSIAN FEDERATION: 3061. ‘KARTE ZU DES RUBRUQUIS MARCO POLO IEN-KIN-SON U.A. REISEN...’. Map of Europe and the whole of northern Asia, thus covering the present area of the Russian Federation. It includes parts of China, Japan and a curious East Asian coastline. Bellin for Prévost ca. 1750 [19162] 24 x 35 cm. Cartouche and semi compass rose. £80

RUTLANDSHIRE: 3062. ‘RUTLANDSHIRE’. Map of Rutlandshire. John Cary 1787 [25181] 21 x 26 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

SAHARA: 3063. ‘LE BILEDULGERID OU NUMIDIE, ET LE ZAARA AUTREMENT LE DESERT’. Map of the Sahara region. Pierre Du Val 1663 [21203] 9 x 12 cm. Original outline colour. £60

SAHARA: 3064. ‘LE BILEDULGERID OU NUMIDIE, ET LE ZAARA AUTREMENT LE DESERT’. Map of the Sahara region. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21221] 9 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £50

SAINT LOUIS: 3065. ‘GRAY’S NEW MAP OF SAINT LOUIS’. Plan of Saint Louis. Frank A. Gray for O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24616] 39 x 32 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £60

SALT LAKE CITY: 3066. ‘MAP OF THE GREAT SALT LAKE AND ADJACENT COUNTRY...’ and ‘THE GREAT SALT LAKE (MORMON) CITY AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY...’. 2 detailed maps on one sheet. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1863 [17146] 43 x 31 cm overall. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £85

SAN FRANCISCO: 3067. ‘SAN FRANCISCO’. Delightful panoramic view looking towards the bay. Bibl. Institute. ca 1860 [27893] 11 x 16 cm. Steel Engraving. £75

SAN FRANCISCO: 3068. ‘A STREET IN SAN FRANCISCO’ - from the Hildebrandt gallery of watercolour sketches. Wood engraving 1866 [24570] Coloured wood engraving, 23 x 34 cm. £50

SAN FRANCISCO: 3069. San Francisco, from the bay. Wood engraving 1868 [24572] Original wood engraving, 17 x 35 cm, hand coloured. £50

SARDINIA: 3070. ‘SARDINIA, (PIEDMONT,SAVOY &c) PARMA & MODENA’. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27238] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by Day & Sons. £60

SARDINIA: 3071. ‘SARDINIA, (PIEDMONT,SAVOY &c) PARMA & MODENA’. This has the title ‘War Map’ printed above, and has far more detail than item 27239. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27239] 31 x 43 cm. Lithograph by Day & Sons. £60

SARDINIA - CORSICA: 3072. ‘THE ISLANDS OF CORSICA AND SARDINIA’. Map of the French/Italian islands. Engraved for Weekly Dispatch Atlas by John Dower ca. 1863 [25521] 43 x 30 cm. Original outline colour. Few creases flattened. £90

SAVOY: 3073. ‘SABAUDIA DUCATUS. SAVOYE’. Alpine region below Lake Geneva. M. Merian ca. 1646 [20068] 27 x 36 cm. Occasional browning. £80

SCANDINAVIA: 3074. ‘SKANDINAVIEN ODER SCHWEDEN UND NORWEGEN’. Norway and Sweden with inset plan of Stockholm. D. Völter for Dannheimer in Esslingen, printed by Ed. Winckelmann ca. 1845 [17370] 36 x 25 cm. Original outline Colour. £75

SCANDINAVIA: 3075. CARTE DE LA MONARCHIE SUEDOISE ET DU ROYAUME DE DANEMARK’. Map of Scandinavia with inset maps of Denmark and Iceland. J. Andriveau 1845 [18548] 50 x 38 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

SCANDINAVIA: 3076. ‘SCHWEDEN UND NORWEGEN’. Map of Sweden and Norway. Small inset map of the environs and plan of Stockholm. Fr. von Stülpnagel for Stieler’s Atlas 1846 [16684] 40 x 32 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £75

SCENES OF LIFE: 3077. ‘THE WORSHIP OF ANCESTORS IN CHINA’. Visitors to the burial ground carrying gifts of incense, candles, food & drink and gifts of all kinds. A small amount of these gifts are offered to the Manes, but most of it is consumed either there or at home! Illustrated London News 1898 [22994] Uncoloured wood engraving, 34 x 50 cm. £60

SCHELDE: 3078. ‘SKETCH OF THE RIVER SCHELDT FROM FLUSHING TO ANTWERP; WITH THE SOUNDINGS, FORTIFICATIONS ETC.’. Map of the River Schelde between Antwerp and Middelburg with detailed information about the soundings. J. Stratford 1810 [17623] 48 x 19 cm. Copper engraving, some foxing and Several (flattened) folds as published. £80

SCOTLAND: 3079. ‘SCOTLAND’. A. K. Johnston ca. 1845 [20406] 60 x 49 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

SCOTLAND: 3080. ‘SCOTLAND’. Map of Scotland. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25686] 30 x 25 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £70

SCOTLAND: 3081. ‘STATISTICAL MAP OF SCOTLAND’. Sheet No 3: HEBRIDES OR WESTERN ISLES, SHETLANDS, ORKNEYS OR ORCADES. Detailed maps of these remote Scottish Islands on one sheet. Letts, Son & Co ca. 1882 [26380] 38 x 32 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

SCOTLAND: 3082. ‘SCOTLAND’. Four maps forming one large one. The Cities, Burghs, Towns and Villages are engraved in ‘characters’ according to their relative size and importance. Edward Stanford 1894 [25258] Original colour. 112 x 93 cm. when joined/ £90

SCOTLAND: 3083. ‘SCOTLAND’. Nicely coloured map. Edward Stanford 1894 [27979] 62 x 50 cm. £60

SCOTTISH ISLANDS: 3085. ‘THE ORKNEY ISLANDS’ & ‘THE SHETLAND ISLANDS’. Two maps on one sheet. Weekly Dispatch Atlas 1860 [26417] Lithograph, 30 x 42 cm, with outline colouring. £50

SELESTAT: 3086. ‘SCHLETSTAT’’. The town of Selestat in Alsace/France. Woodcut by Sebastian Münster ca. 1550 [25040] 20 x 33 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75

SEVILLE: 3087. ‘THE FAIR AT SEVILLE’. Pained by J.A.Philip A.R.A. & R. Ansdell. A most romantic scene! Illustrated London News 1859 [23524] Uncoloured wood engraving, 35 x 52 cm. £60

SHANGHAI: 3088. ‘SHANGHAI AND ITS GUARD OF STEEL - WARSHIPS OF SIX NATIONS ON THE WATCH’. Predominately a harbour scene with tram and chinese folk on the quayside. The Graphic 1912 [22993] Uncoloured engraving,32 x 50 cm. £60

SICILY: 3091. ‘NAPLES SOUTHERN PORTION AND SICILY’. Mainly a map of Sicily with an inset map of Malta & Gozo. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27235] 31 x 43 cm. Some creasing. Lithograph by Day & Sons. £60

SIENA: 3092. ‘THE HORSE-RACE, OR “PALIO”, AT SIENNA: THE RACE IN THE PIAZZA’. The famous horse race in the Piazza of Siena/Italy. The Graphic 1893 [27314] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £60

SIR WALTER RANLEIGH: 3094. SIR WALTER RANLEIGH’ on page with ‘GEORGE CLIFFORD EARL OF CUMBERLAND’. Anonymous for Harris’s Navigantium ca. 1750 [25027] Uncoloured copper engraving, 16 x 21 cm. Diagonal crease in paper. £50

SOLAR SYSTEM: 3095. ‘ASTRONOMICAL GEOGRAPHY’. Showing the Solar System, Eclipses, Seasons, Ocean Tides, Phases of the Moon and Apparent Path of the Sun. John Bartholomew 1891 [25670] Full colour print, 29 x 22 cm. £60

SOMERSETSHIRE: 3096. ‘SOMERSETSHIRE’. Map of Somersetshire. John Cary 1787 [25183] 21 x 26 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

SOURIS: 3097. ‘SCENES IN AND AROUND SOURIS, - A PRARIE TOWN IN MANITOBA’. The Graphic 1883 [10520] Uncoloured wood engraving, 30 x 50 cm. £60

SOUTH AFRICA: 3098. ‘CAFRERIE ET MONOMOTAPA’. Map of South Africa, incl. Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21215] 10 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £50

SOUTH AFRICA: 3099. ‘SOUTH AFRICA’. Thomson 1815 [19329] 27 x 51 cm. Full original colour. Narrow top margin as issued. £80

SOUTH AFRICA: 3100. ‘CAPE OF GOOD HOPE’. Map of southern South Africa. Engraved by Sidney Hall after Aaron Arrowsmith ca. 1830 [26391] 20 x 25 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50

SOUTH AFRICA: 3101. 'SOUTH AFRICA'. Map of South Africa with inset maps of Capetown, the environs of Capetown, District of George, and the environs of Grahamtown. J. & C. Walker for S.D.U.K. 1834 [7207] 32 x 39 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £75

SOUTH AFRICA: 3102. 'SÜD-AFRICA'. Flemming in Glogau ca. 1845 [7208] 31 x 39 cm. Inset plan of Capetown and inset map of Cap District and Zwellendam. Original outline Colour. £60

SOUTH AFRICA: 3103. 'NEUESTE KARTE VON SÜDAFRICA'. Map of South Africa with inset maps of the wider areas around Cape Town, George and Grahamstown, and inset plan of Cape Town. Radefeld for Meyer 1846 [7209] 29 x 36 cm. £70

SOUTH AFRICA: 3104. ‘SOUTHERN AFRICA’. Sidney Hall ca. 1850 [25864] 41 x 51 cm. Original outline Colour. £90

SOUTH AFRICA: 3105. ‘CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, NATAL &C.’. Detailed map of South Africa up to Orange River and Orange Free State, printed on two sheets. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1863 [17177] 43 x 63 cm when joined. Original outline Colour. £80

SOUTH AMERICA: 3106. ‘SÜD-AMERICA...’. Nice map of South America including the ‘Schildkroten or Gallapagos Islands. The tip of the South Polar region is included at the bottom of the engraving. F. W. Streit in Leipzig ca. 1830 [16486] 47 x 39 cm. Original outline Colour. Uncommon. £90

SOUTH AMERICA: 3107. ‘CARTE GÉNÉRALE DE L’AMERIQUE MÉRIDIONALE’. South America. Pierre Lapie 1838 [16621] 54 x 39 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

SOUTH AMERICA: 3108. ‘SOUTH AMERICA’. Allan Bell 1839 [18101] 34 x 24 cm. Full original colour. £60

SOUTH AMERICA: 3109. ‘AMÉRIQUE MÉRIDIONALE’. South America. Ambroise Tardieu 1842 [17861] 43 x 34 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

SOUTH AMERICA: 3110. ‘SÜD-AMERICA IN ZWEI BLÄTTERN’. Map of South America, joined from two sheets, with two inset plans of Rio de Janeiro and the Bay of Rio. F. v. Stülpnagel for Stielers’ Atlas, publ. by Perthes 1843 [16664] 60 x 36 cm. Original outline Colour. £90

SOUTH AMERICA: 3111. ‘SOUTH AMERICA’. Map of South America. James Wyld ca. 1849 [26386] 27 x 23 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £50

SOUTH AMERICA: 3112. ‘AMÉRIQUE MÉRIDIONALE’. Map of South America, set within very decorative scenic pictorial surrounds of natives and animals. Laguillermie for Levasseur’s Atlas Universel Illustré ca. 1852 [18345] 28 x 42 cm. The map in original outline colour, the pictorial surrounds uncoloured as issued. Excellent condition. £75

SOUTH AMERICA: 3113. ‘SOUTH AMERICA’. Two maps of South America towards the end of the 19th century, with insets of Rio De Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Valparaiso & Lima. W. & A.K. Johnston 1892 [25298] Original colour. 88 x 57 cm. when joined. £90

SOUTH AUSTRALIA: 3114. ‘VICTORIA, NEW SOUTH WALES AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA’. W.Hughes for A. & C. Black ca. 1860 [15647] 27 x 38 cm. Inset map of Norfolk Island. Full original colour. Gold fields are indicated. £90

SOUTH AUSTRALIA: 3115. ‘SOUTH AUSTRALIA’.Two maps, one showing the area around Adelaide and up north inland as far as Lake Amadeus, the other from Lake Amadeus to the north coast and the Indian ocean. Edward Stanford 1894 [24457] Full original colour, overall size 47 x 66 cm. £60

SOUTH AUSTRALIA: 3116. ‘SOUTH AUSTRALIA’.Two maps, one showing the area around Adelaide and up north inland as far as Lake Amadeus, the other from Lake Amadeus to the north coast and the Indian ocean. Many more railways. The survey route from Port Augusta to Kalgooorlie, Western Australia is clearly marked. Edward Stanford 1904 [24468] Full original colour, overall size 47 x 66 cm. £60

SOUTH CAROLINA: 3117. ‘SOUTH CAROLINA’. Curious map of South Carolina. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27417] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

SOUTH DAKOTA: 3118. ‘SOUTH DAKOTA’. Curious map of South Dakota. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27631] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

SOUTH PACIFIC: 3120. ‘ISLANDS OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN’. Several small maps of Douth Pacific islands on one sheet, including a larger illustration of New Zealand, and inset map of Auckland environs. Century Co. 1897 [26379] 26 x 38 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

SOUTH PACIFIC: 3121. ‘BRITISH NEW GUINEA AND THE SOLOMON, SANTA CRUZ & NEW HEBRIDES ISLANDS’. A detailed map with insets of the Santa Cruz Islands and the New Hebredes Islands. Edward Stanford 1904 [24452] Full colour, 51 x 61 cm. £90

SOUTH PACIFIC, AUSTRALIA and EAST INDIA ISLANDS: 3122. ‘OCÉANIE’. Australia, South Pacific and East India islands. Ambroise Tardieu 1842 [17862] 34 x 43 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

SOUTH POLE: 3123. ‘SOUTH POLAR REGIONS & UNIVERSAL TIME CHART’. Map of the South Pole with a full border surround of numerous clocks indicating the Universal Time. Anonymous ca. 1895 [27341] 30 x 19 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

SOUTHAMPTON: 3124. ‘SOUTHAMPTON ILLUSTRATED’. A sixteen page supplement with interesting views of Southampton including a ‘General view of the docks and the lower part of the town’(16 x 53 cms) ‘High Street,below Bar’(18 x 25 cms) and four other sketches. The Graphic 1883 [23500] Uncoloured wood engravings. £60

SOUTHAMPTON: 3125. ‘PLAN OF SOUTHAMPTON’. London, G. W. Bacon ca. 1895 [25220] 47 x 30 cm. Printed in full colours. £50

SOUTHERN INDIA: 3127. ‘FORTSETZUNG DER KARTE VON INDOSTAN II. Blatt...’. Southern India and Ceylon. Bellin ca. 1752 [7486] 22 x 24 cm. Engraved cartouche. £50

SOUTHERN ITALY: 3129. ‘SUDLICHES ITALIEN ENTHALT NEAPEL UND SICILIEN’. Map of Southern Italy including Naples and Sicily, with an inset of Malta & Gozo. Stielers Hand-Atlas 1825 [25009] Steel engraving with original outline colouring, 38 x 31 cm. £90

SOUTHERN ITALY: 3130. ‘SOUTH ITALY’. Map of Southern Italy including Naples and Sicily, with an inset map of Sardinia. Henry Teesdale & Co ca. 1845 [25010] Steel engraving with original outline colouring, 34 x 41 cm. £90

SOUTHWEST AFRICA: 3131. ‘CONGO’. Map comprising Gabon, Congo, Zaire and Angola. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21216] 10 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £50

SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES and MEXICO: 3132. ‘CARTE GÉNÉRALE DU MEXIQUE ET DE LA PARTIE SUD-OUEST DES ETATS-UNIS’. Southwestern States incl. California, Arkansas and Texas, and Mexico. Large inset map of the Central American states. The developed railway tracks and those under construction in the West are shown. A. Brué for Levasseur ca. 1876 [18463] 51 x 36 cm. Full original colour. £90

SPAIN and PORTUGAL: 3135. 'HAUPTKARTE SPANIEN UND PORTUGAL'. A. Desing ca. 1733 [14841] 11 x 13 cm. Full original colour. Uncommon. £60

SPAIN and PORTUGAL: 3136. ‘SPAIN AND PORTUGAL’. Kitchin for Andrew Dury ca. 1761 [18486] 10 x 12 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

SPAIN and PORTUGAL: 3137. ‘THE KINGDOMS OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL DIVIDED INTO THEIR GREAT PROVINCES’. London 1772 [25021] Copper plate engraving with outline colouring, 47 x 64 cm. Small brown stain in bottom left-hand corner just inside image. £60

SPAIN and PORTUGAL: 3138. ‘SPAIN AND PORTUGAL’. Sidney Hall 1828 [19261] 41 x 50 cm. Original outline colour. £90

SPAIN and PORTUGAL: 3139. ‘SPAIN AND PORTUGAL’. W. Lizars ca. 1845 [18976] 42 x 51 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

SPAIN and PORTUGAL: 3140. ‘SPAIN AND PORTUGAL’. Map of Spain and Portugal with inset map of the environs of Madrid. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25663] Full original colour with decorative coloured border, 40 x 32 cm.. £50

SPANISH - AMERICAN WAR: 3141. ‘PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE GREAT BATTLE OF THE SPANISH - AMERICAN WAR: The general assault on Santiago de Cuba on July 1st.‘ From a sketch by D. Macpherson. Drawn by J. Gulich, R. I. & C. J. Staniland, R.I. The Graphic 1898 [21530] 33 x 105 cm. Uncoloured as issued. Folded. very good condition. £95

ST. LAWRENCE: 3142. 'CARTE DU COURS DU FLEUVE DE ST LAURENT DEPUIS SON EMBOUCHURE JUSQU'AU DESSUS DE QUEBEC'. J. N. Bellin 1757 [14652] 19 x 30 cm. Large cartouche. £60

ST. LAWRENCE: 3144. ‘KARTE VON DEM LAUFE DES FLUSSES ST. LAURENZ VON SEINER MÜNDUNG AN BIS ÜBER QUEBEC’. St. Lawrence River between Quebec and Ile d’Anticosti. J. N. Bellin 1757 [19164] 19 x 30 cm. £60

ST. LAWRENCE: 3145. ‘THE COURSE OF THE RIVER ST. LAURENCE FROM LAKE ONTARIO, TO MANICOUAGAN POINT’. Course of the River St. Lawrence in two sections on one map sheet. Anonymous, but Thomson ca. 1816 [19326] 41 x 23 cm. £60

ST MALO: 3146. ‘PLAN OF THE CITY AND CASTLES OF ST MALO’. Anon ca. 1760 [24984] Uncoloured copper engraving, 19 x 26 cm. £60

STOCKHOLM: 3147. ‘NORRMALMSTORG OCH KONGL. SLOTTET FORE 1796’. A view of the central area of Stockholm with the Royal Palace in the background, around 1796. Early tinted lithograph after Johan Fredrik Martin ca. 1810 [25000] 24 x 36 cm. Excellent condition. £60 Uncommon.

STOCKHOLM: 3148. ‘STOCKHOLM VOM HAFEN AUS’. View of Stockholm from the harbour. Anon ca. 1850 [24998] Uncoloured lithograph, 29 x 18 cm. £75

STRATFORD ON AVON: 3149. ‘IN SHAKSPERE’S LAND: ANN HATHAWAYS COTTAGE AT SHOTTERY, STRATFORD ON AVON’. Delightful depiction of the cottage and garden. Illustrated London News 1894 [27999] 26 x 34 cm. Full colour chromolithograph. £80

SUDAN: 3150. ‘NUBIE’. Map of Sudan. Pierre Du Val 1663 [21188] 10 x 12 cm. Original outline colour. £50

SUDAN: 3151. ‘NUBIE’. Map of Sudan. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21219] 10 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £50

SUDAN: 3152. 'NEUESTE KARTE VON NUBIEN, HABESCH, KORDOFAN UND DAFUR'. Modern Sudan with parts of the Arabian coast Radefeld for Meyer 1844 [7213] 29 x 36 cm. Original outline colour. £60

SUMATRA: 3153. ‘SUMATRA’ with a small inset of the area around Padang. J. Smulders, Den Haag ca. 1918 [25333] Full coloured lithograph, 28 x 43 cm. £50

SUMATRA and JAVA: 3154. ‘SUMATRA’ and ‘JAVA’. Two separate maps on one sheet, the Sumatra map also showing Singapore. Edward Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [15940] 31 x 44 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

SUSSEX: 3155. ‘SUSSEX’. Drawn and engraved by B.R.Davies, with additional notes refering to births, marriages & deaths, education, parlimentary representation etc. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27718] Lithograph with original colour, 43 x 30 cm. £60

SUTTON: 3156. ‘SUTTON, SURREY (AFTER GEORGE BARNARD)’ A Village scene depicting houses, wagon and horses, by a ford. Colour print by Leighton Bros. Illustrated London News 1857 [27894] 22 x 31 cm. £50

SWANSEA & PORT TALBOT: 3157. ‘MAP OF PORT TALBOT AND ABERAVON & DISTRICT’. A Calender for 1920,1921,1922 & 1923. The map (36 x 36 cm) which includes the area around Swansea, is surrounded by advertisements for Cars, Seeds, Cycles, Coal, Pianos,Groceries & Provisions,Sports Equipment. J.W.Harding & Co, Nottingham 1920 [24891] Full colourprinted poster, 73 x 57 cm. Previously folded with some slight wear and some creases in map area, but still in good condition. £90

SWEDEN and NORWAY: 3158. ‘SWEDEN AND NORWAY’. Sidney Hall 1827 [19281] 51 x 41 cm. Original outline Colour. £90

SWEDEN & NORWAY: 3159. ‘SWEDEN & NORWAY’. Sweden and Norway without any detail of Finland. A. K. Johnston ca. 1845 [20401] 50 x 60 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

SWEDEN & NORWAY: 3160. ‘SWEDEN & NORWAY’. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24666] 30 x 25 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £60

SWITZERLAND: 3161. ‘DIE REPUBLIC SCHWEITZ MIT IHREN UNTERTHANEN UND BUNDSGENOSSEN’. Switzerland. J. G. Schreiber ca. 1750 [18820] 15 x 24 cm. Decorative cartouche. Original outline Colour. £60

SWITZERLAND: 3162. ‘GENERAL CHARTE VON DER SCHWEIZ...’. Map of Switzerland. Carl Ferdinand Weiland for Verlag des Geograph. Instituts Weimar 1817 [25817] 44 x 62 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £90

SWITZERLAND: 3163. ‘SWITZERLAND’. Sidney Hall 1828 [19263] 41 x 50 cm. Original outline Colour. £75

SWITZERLAND: 3164. ‘SWITZERLAND’. Map. A. K. Johnston ca. 1850 [25275] 48 x 58 cm. Original outline colouring. £50

SWITZERLAND: 3165. ‘SWITZERLAND’. Map of Switzerland. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25731] Full colour with decorative border, 25 x 30 cm. £50

SWITZERLAND: 3166. ‘SWITZERLAND’. Henry Washbourne, London ca. 1850 [25733] Full colour engraving, 26 x 33 cm. £50

TARTAGLIA: 3167. ‘NICOLAS TARTAGLIA’. Half length portrait of Nicolo Tartaglia, Italian academic working on Mariners compass, holding dividers. From Isaac Bullart/Academie des Sciences et des Arts 1682 [22602] 17 x 13 cm, on folio text page with decorative initial N. £75

TARTARY: 3168. 'TARTARIA'. Northern Asia, Korea shown as an island. Petrus Kaerius for Mercator/Janssonius ca. 1648 [22632] 14 x 19 cm. Early outline colouring. Very good condition. £60

TARTARY: 3169. 'INDEPENDENT TARTARY'. Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. Tallis ca. 1851 [15181] 25 x 35 cm. Original outline Colour. £75

TASMANIA: 3170. ‘TASMANIA OR VAN DIEMEN’S LAND’. Detailed map of Tasmania. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. [25515] 43 x 30 cm. Original outline colour. £80

TASMANIA: 3171. ‘TASMANIE’ and ‘HOBART’. Map of Tasmania and town plan of Hobart. Published by Marcel Cottreau and H. Le Chartier ca. 1910 [23720] Each ca. 20 x 14 cm. Printed in colours. The set of two maps £50

TEHERAN: 3172. ‘MAP OF COUNTRY BETWEEN TEHERAN & KOM’, showing situation of New Lake adapted to the surrounding positions given on Major St. John’s map of Persia. Royal Geographical Soc, 1888 [27771] 21 x 26 cm. Tinted wood engraving. £60

TELESCOPE: 3173. ‘TÉLESCOPE’. Telescope on a tripod. Steelengraving from L’Exposition Journal de l’Industrie et des Arts utiles ca. 1860 [18992] 27 x 21 cm. £50

TENERIFE: 3174. ‘VIEWS IN TENERIFE, CANARY ISLANDS, THE NEW WINTER SANITORIUM IN THE ATLANTIC’. Main view is of the town and plain of Puerto Orotava (now Puerto de la Cruz), surrounded by other scenes on the island, including Santa Cruz and Icod. After J. R. Wells published by Wood engraving 1888 [23131] 34 x 50 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £80

TENNESSEE: 3175. ‘A NEW MAP OF TENNESSEE WITH ITS ROADS AND DISTANCES FROM PLACE TO PLACE ALONG THE STAGE & STEAM BOAT ROUTES’. Two inset maps of the environs of Nashville and Knoxville. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24641] 28 x 39 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £90

TENNESSEE: 3176. ‘TENNESSEE’. Curious map of Tennessee. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27632] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

TEXAS: 3177. ‘GREAT SNAKES’. (A Texas two-step) A sheet music cover with accompanying music & text. Illustrated cover depicts a couple dancing the two-step whilst two enormous snakes lurk in the background! Chappell & Co Ltd, London. ca 1900 [27320] Tinted lithograph, 32 x 24 cm. £85

TEXAS: 3178. ‘TEXAS WESTERN PART’ and ‘TEXAS EASTERN PART’. 2 detailed map sheets with one large inset map of Galveston Bay. The Century Co. 1897 and 1902 [21742] 38 x 27 cm each (not to be joined). Full original colour. The two sheets £90

TEXAS: 3179. ‘TEXAS’. Curious map of Texas. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27419] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £60

THAILAND: 3180. ‘COCHINCHINE, CAMBODGE, ANNAM & TONKIN’. Detailed map of Siam, Cambodia, Annam & Tonkin with inset map of area around Hanoi and small vignette of Saigon. A Biset for Migeon ca. 1890 [27743] 32 x 22 cm. Original colour. £80

THAMES: 3181. ‘THE LORD MAYOR’S VIEW OF THE THAMES’. Bird’s-eye view of the Thames between Oxford and Kew. Published by the Illustrated London News 1846 [27443] 36 x 24 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £90 This map of the River Thames between Oxford and Kew shows the districts along the Thames lying West of Richmond to which the London Lord Mayor claimed jurisdiction with a public ceremonial three-day visit (review) in August 1846.

TIBET: 3182. ‘CARTE DU GRAND THIBET’. Map of Tibet. Bellin 1749 [17478] 22 x 31 cm. Small cartouche. £60

TITLE PAGE: 3183. ‘THE ILLUSTRATED ATLAS, AND MODERN HISTORY OF THE WORLD...’. Decorative figurative title page for John Tallis’s Atlas, edited by R. M. Martin. John Tallis ca. 1851 [18124] 33 x 23 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75

TOBAGO: 3184. ‘TOBAGO’. Map of the island of Tobago. John Thomson 1816 [19295] 25 x 30 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. 2 borders extended (remargined). £75

TORONTO: 3185. ‘TORONTO’ Town plan. Cram’s Atlas of the World 1901 [26419] 24 x 31 cm. Printed in two-tone colours. Excellent condition. £50

TOWN PLANS/CANADA: 3186. ‘QUEBEC’ & ‘MONTREAL’. On one page. H. D. Rogers & A. K. Johnston 1857 [22761] Atlas of the United States of North America. Plans oval or round shaped, leaf size 31 x 21 cm (image). Printed in tone colours. Two unobtrusive blindstamps £80

TOWN PLANS/USA: 3187. ‘PHILADELPHIA’ & ‘BOSTON’. on one page. H. D. Rogers & A. K. Johnston 1857 [22763] Atlas of the United States of North America. Plans oval or round shaped, leaf size 31 x 21 cm (image). Printed in tone colours. Two unobtrusive blindstamps £90

TOWN PLANS/USA: 3188. ‘CINCINNATI’ & ‘LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSONVILLE & VICINITY’. On one page. H. D. Rogers & A. K. Johnston 1857 [22764] Atlas of the United States of North America. Plans oval or round shaped, leaf size 31 x 21 cm (image). Printed in tone colours. Two unobtrusive blindstamps £80

TRINIDAD: 3189. ‘CARNIVAL IN PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD’. A merry scene in the main street of Port of Spain during carnival time. From a sketch by Melton Prior engraved by P. Naumann 1888 [23156] 35 x 51 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £90

TUNISIA: 3190. ‘TUNISIE’. Map of Tunisia with large vignette of Tunis. L. Smith for Migeon ca. 1888 [27640] 42 x 32 cm. Full original colour. £60

TURKEY: 3191. ‘LA TURQUIE EN ASIE’. Turkey and Middle East (Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Iraq). Pierre Du Val 1663 [21200] 10 x 12 cm. Original outline colour. £60

TURKEY: 3192. ‘LA TURQUIE EN ASIE’. Turkey and Middle East (Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Iraq). Pierre Du Val 1682 [21211] 10 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £60

TURKEY: 3193. ‘AN ACCURATE MAP OF TURKY IN EUROPE, Drawn by the best Authorities’. New Geographical Dictionary, ca 1760 [24883] Uncoloured copper engraving, 20 x 28 cm. £50

TURKEY: 3194. ‘TURQUIE D’EUROPE ET CELLE D’ASIE’. Map of Turkey in Europe and Asia with nparts of Arabia and Russia and the Ukraine. Paris, ca 1780 [27755] 21 x 32 cm. Uncoloured copper engraving. £60

TURKEY: 3195. ‘TURKEY IN ASIA’. Turkey with Syria and Iraq, also showing Cyprus. Sidney Hall 1829 [19268] 41 x 51 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

TURKEY: 3196. ‘CHARTE DES OSMANISCHEN REICHS IN EUROPA U. ASIEN...’. Turkey in Europe and Asia. - together with a double sided page if explanation. F. W. Streit in Leipzig ca. 1830 [16496] 39 x 48 cm. Original outline Colour. small tears at top of map repaired and two very small ink marks - otherwise good. £100

TURKEY: 3197. ‘TURKEY IN ASIA’.Map including Syria and Cyprus. A. K. Johnston ca. 1845 [25267] 60 x 49 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

TURKEY: 3198. ‘TURKEY IN ASIA’. Map of Turkey with inset of the Environs of Constantinople. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [25727] Full colour engraving, 31 x 38 cm. £50

TURKEY: 3199. ‘TURKEY IN ASIA’. Turkey with Syria and Iraq, also showing Cyprus. Sidney Hall ca. 1850 [25861] 41 x 51 cm. Original outline Colour. £60

TURKEY: 3201. ‘GRAY’S NEW MAP OF THE COUNTRIES SURROUNDING THE BLACK SEA COMPRISING TURKEY IN EUROPE AND PART OF TURKEY IN ASIA, GREECE (HELLAS) SOUTHERN RUSSIA Etc’. Inset plan of Athens and inset map of the Strait of Constantinople. O. W. Gray & Son 1879 [25697] Full colour engraving, 41 x 67 cm. £75

TURKEY: 3202. ‘ASIA MINOR, THE CAUCASUS & THE BLACK SEA’. Map includes Cyprus. Edward Stanford 1894 [24429] 48 x 66 cm. Printed in full colours. £60

TURKEY: 3203. ‘THE SEA OF MARMARA’ Highly detailed map of the Sea of Marmara and area around including Adrianople, Gallipoli, Constantinople, Brusa and the Dardanelles. Edward Stanford 1894 [24432] 47 x 60 cm. Full original colour. £60

TURKEY: 3204. ‘THE SEA OF MARMARA’ Highly detailed map of the Sea of Marmara and area around, including Adrianople, Gallipoli, Constantinople, Brusa and the Dardinelles. Edward Stanford 1904 [24442] 47 x 60 cm. Full original colour. £60

TURKEY: 3205. ‘ASIA MINOR, THE CAUCASUS & THE BLACK SEA’. Map includes Cyprus. Edward Stanford 1904 [24482] 48 x 66 cm. Printed in full colours. £90

TURKEY and NEAR EAST: 3206. ‘TURQUIE EN ASIE’. Map of Turkey and the Near East. A. d’Winter for Nicolas Sanson ca. 1683 [20419] 19 x 25 cm. Cartouche. Original outline Colour. £80

TUSCANY: 3207. ‘TUSCANY AND THE PAPAL STATES’. Weekly Dispatch Atlas, ca 1861 [27230] 43 x 31 cm. Lithograph by Day & Sons. £80

UNITED STATES: 3209. ‘DER NÖRDLICHE THEIL DER VEREINIGTEN STAATEN VON NORD AMERICA’. Northern part of the United States east of the Mississippi and above Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. Adolf Stieler 1832 [16666] 31 x 40 cm. Original outline Colour. £90

UNITED STATES: 3210. ‘UNITED STATES’. Eastern and Central States. J. Archer ca. 1840 [19072] 28 x 23 cm. Full original colour. £60

UNITED STATES: 3211. 'VEREINIGTE STAATEN VON NORD-AMERICA'. United States in 37 states and territories, incl. Texas. Flemming ca. 1855 [7309] 31 x 41 cm. Original outline Colour. A pre Gadsden map, showing Oregon territory before it was divided into Washington & Oregon. £70

UNITED STATES: 3213. ‘GRAY’S NEW MAP OF THE UNITED STATES’. Inset map of the territorial district of Alaska. O.W.Gray & Son 1879 [25711] Full colour, 40 x 67 cm. £60

UNITED STATES: 3214. ‘THE UNITED STATES OF NORTH AMERICA’. Map in original colour. Edward Stanford 1894 [24435] 40 x 66 cm. Full original colour. £60

UNITED STATES: 3215. ‘THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (WESTERN PART)’ and ‘..... (EASTERN PART)’. Large detailed map on 2 sheets. Edward Stanford ca. 1900 [21743] 64 x 98 cm when joined. Full original colour. £90

URUGUAY, PARAGUAY and S. BRAZIL: 3216. ‘LA PLATA’. Map of southern Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay. Pierre Du Val 1663 [21184] 10 x 12 cm. Original outline colour. £50

URUGUAY, PARAGUAY and S. BRAZIL: 3217. ‘LA PLATA’. Map of southern Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21224] 10 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £50

URUGUAY, PARAGUAY, ARGENTINA and BRAZIL: 3218. ‘CARTE DU PARAGUAY ET DES PAYS VOISINS’. Paraguay incl. Uruguay, southern Brazil up to Rio de Janeiro, and northern Chile and Argentina. N. Bellin 1756 [17465] 20 x 31 cm. Large cartouche. £60

UTAH: 3219. ‘UTAH’. Detailed map of Utah by counties. Verso map of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. Anonymous, but published by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24620] 38 x 30 cm Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

UTAH: 3220. ‘UTAH’. Curious map of Utah. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27633] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

VANCOUVER: 3221. ‘SKETCHES OF VANCOUVER ISLAND AND BRITISH COLUMBIA’. 13 Views on one double page including a superb picture of ‘Victoria, Vancouver Island’. (9 x 47 cms) Wood engraving 1882 [23168] Uncoloured wood engraving, 32 x 47 cm. £80

VANCOUVER and BRITISH COLUMBIA: 3222. ‘BRITISH COLUMBIA (NEW CALEDONIA)’ and ‘VANCOUVER ISLAND’. 2 separate detailed maps on one sheet. Edward Weller for the Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [23262] 42 x 30 cm overall. Recent outline colour. Excellent condition. £90

VENICE: 3227. ‘THE EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA’S VISIT TO VENICE: PROCESSION ON THE GRAND CANAL’. A very busy scene on the Canale Grande with hundreds of boats!. Wood engraving 1875 [23522] Uncoloured wood engraving, 34 x 50 cm. £60

VENICE: 3228. ‘A VENETIAN AL FRESCO’. From the picture by William Logsdail. A family having lunch on a boat along the canal. The Graphic 1887 [23525] Uncoloured wood engraving, 33 x 53 cm. £50

VERMONT: 3229. ‘VERMONT’. Detailed map of Vermont by counties. Anonymous, but published by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24590] 37 x 30 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

VERMONT: 3230. ‘VERMONT’. Curious map of Vermont. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27420] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

VICKSBURG - CIVIL WAR: 3231. ‘MAP OF VICKSBURG’. Map of the area around Vicksburg during the Civil War with indications of troop positions and movements and small inset map of Port Hudson and Baton Rouge. Designed and engraved for Illustrated London News by John Dower July 11, 1863 [23454] 28 x 23 cm. Full hand colour. £60

VICTORIA: 3232. ‘VICTORIA’. Detailed map. Edward Weller for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [17187] 30 x 43 cm. Original outline colour. £80

VICTORIA: 3233. ‘VICTORIA’. Detailed map of Victoria. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [21047] 33 x 47 cm. Full original colour. £60

VIRGINIA: 3234. ‘GRAY’S NEW TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA’. Detailed doublepage map by counties with six small inset maps/plans. Frank A. Gray for O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1877 [24600] 41 x 68 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £90

VIRGINIA: 3235. ‘VIRGINIA’. Curious map of Virginia. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27418] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

WALES - MONMOUTHSHIRE: 3236. ‘MONMOUTHSHIRE’. Map of Monmouthshire. John Cary 1787 [25175] 26 x 21 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

WALES - NORTH: 3237. ‘NORTH WALES’. Map of North Wales. John Cary 1787 [25196] 21 x 26 cm each. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

WASHINGTON: 3238. The CAPITOL at Washington. Wood engraving 1859 [24569] Original wood engraving, 23 x 34 cm, hand coloured. £50

WASHINGTON: 3239. ‘THE UNITED STATES SENATE CHAMBER, WITH PORTRAITS OF SOME OF THE MEMBERS’. The Graphic 1873 [10524] Uncoloured wood engraving, 32 x 50 cm. £60

WASHINGTON: 3240. ‘INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT HAYES -- ’PRESIDENT HAYES TAKING THE OATH OF OFFICE AT THE WHITE HOUSE LAST SATURDAY EVENING’. The Daily Graphic 1877 [26775] 36 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £90

WASHINGTON: 3241. ‘WASHINGTON’ Plan of the City with a reference to Hotels and an inset of the Capitol and Pennsylvania Station. Baltimore & Ohio Railway Co 1892 [25379] Tinted wood-engraving, 18 x 26 cm. £80

WASHINGTON: 3242. ‘WASHINGTON’. Curious map of Washington. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27634] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

WASHINGTON - CIVIL WAR: 3243. ‘MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN VIRGINIA’. Map of the area around Washington during the Civil War, reaching to Richmond in the south and Hagerstown in the north. Small inset plan of the the positions of Generals Lee and Burnside in December 1862. Engraved and designed
for Illustrated London News by John Dower June 27, 1863 [23455] 34 x 24 cm. Full hand colour. £60

WASHINGTON TERRITORY: 3244. ‘OLYMPIA HARBOUR’. Chart with soundings of Olympia Harbour. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [22900] 32 x 26 cm. Uncoloured. Very good condition. £80

WASHINGTON TERRITORY: 3245. ‘STEILACOOM HARBOUR’. Chart with soundings of Steilacoom Harbour. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [22901] 30 x 40 cm. Uncoloured. Very good condition. £80

WEISSENBURG: 3246. ‘WEISSENBURG’’. The town of Weissenburg in Alsace/France. Woodcut by Sebastian Münster ca. 1550 [25041] 27 x 38 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75

WEST AFRICA: 3247. ‘GUINEE’. Map of West Africa between Senegal and Congo. Pierre Du Val 1663 [21186] 10 x 12 cm. Original outline colour. £60

WEST AFRICA: 3248. ‘NIGRITIE’. Map of West Africa between Mauretania and Cameroon. Pierre Du Val 1663 [21187] 10 x 12 cm. Original outline colour. £60

WEST AFRICA: 3249. ‘NIGRITIE’. Map of West Africa between Mauretania and Cameroon. Pierre Du Val 1682 [21220] 10 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. £50

WEST AFRICA: 3250. ‘AFRIQUE OU LIBIE ULTERIEURE...’. Map of West Africa between Canary Islands and Cameroon. Nicolas Sanson ca. 1683 [20426] 18 x 29 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £75

WEST AFRICA: 3252. 'WESTERN AFRICA'. Tallis ca. 1851 [7219] 25 x 35 cm. Original outline Colour. £50

WEST AFRICA: 3253. 'WESTERN AFRICA'. Tallis ca. 1851 [24875] 25 x 35 cm. Original outline Colour. Border & vignettes hand coloured. £50

WEST AFRICA: 3254. ‘THE CAMEROONS DISTRACT SHOWING THE BANTU BORDERLAND IN WEST AFRICA’. Drawn by H.H. Johnston, H.M. Vice Consul, and German Authorities. Edward Weller fo the Royal Geographical Soc. 1888 [27770] 34 x 35 cm. Colour tinted wood engraving. £80

WEST AFRICA: 3255. ‘WEST AFRICA SHOWING THE BRITISH POSSESSIONS’. A very detailed map, 94 English miles to the inch. Railways and railways in construction are shown. The details in the Sahara Desert are particularly interesting, showing many Camel trails and major explorations. Edward Stanford 1904 [24477] 48 x 66 cm. Printed in full colours. £90

WEST CANADA: 3256. ‘CANADA WEST FORMERLY UPPER CANADA’. Map of central Canada aound the Great Lakes with two inset maps of the environs of Toronto and the vicinity of the Falls of Niagara. Thomas and Cowperthwait in Philadelphia for Mitchell ca. 1850 [24664] 31 x 40 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £80

WEST CANADA: 3257. 'WEST CANADA'. Map of central Canada around the Great Lakes with 3 vignettes. John Tallis ca. 1851 [7333] 25 x 35 cms. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50

WEST INDIES: 3258. ‘THE ANTILLES, OR WEST INDIES’. Map of the West Indies with southern Florida, the Bahamas and parts of Central America, showing the warm and cold currents, submarine cables, lighthouses, and (mostly extinct) volcanoes. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [26321] 30 x 38 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £50

WEST INDIES: 3259. ‘WEST INDIA ISLANDS AND CENTRAL AMERICA’. A map of the West Indies and surrounding areas towards the end of the 19th century, with insets of the Panama Canal and Nicaragua Canal. W. & A.K. Johnston 1892 [25299] Original colour. 44 x 57 cm. £80

WEST INDIES: 3260. ‘WEST INDIES’. Map also includes Central America and the northern coast of Venezuela. Edward Stanford 1894 [25231] 48 x 66 cm. Full original colour. £90

WEST INDIES: 3261. ‘WEST INDIA ISLANDS AND CENTRAL AMERICAN STATES’. A detailed map including Florida and an inset of Panama Canal. Edward Stanford 1904 [24473] 48 x 66 cm. Full original colour. £90

WEST INDIES: 3262. ‘PANAMA CANAL ZONE, PORTO RICO AND VIRGIN ISLANDS...’. Curious map of the Caribbean. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [26940] Original lithograph, 21 x 29 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £70

WEST INDIES & C. AMERICA: 3263. ‘AMÉRIQUE CENTRALE’. Central America and West Indies with inset map of the Panama canal area and vignette view of Mexico City. Migeon ca. 1875 [19005] 31 x 45 cm. Full original colour. £50

WEST INDIES & C. AMERICA: 3264. ‘WEST INDIES AND CENTRAL AMERICA’. Detailed map with small inset map of the Bermuda Islands. Anonymous, published by O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1880 [24623] 30 x 40 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £90

WEST VIRGINIA: 3265. ‘WEST VIRGINIA’. Curious map of West Virginia. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27413] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

WESTERN and SOUTH AUSTRALIA: 3266. ‘WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ and ‘SOUTH AUSTRALIA’. Two maps on one sheet. For Weekly Dispatch Atlas engraved by Edward Weller ca. 1863 [17189] 30 x 42 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £70

WESTERN AUSTRALIA and TASMANIA: 3269. 'WESTERN AUSTRALIA... / VAN-DIEMEN ISLAND'. Two separate maps on one sheet. Western Australia containing the settlements of Swan-River and King George's Sound. J. & C.Walker for S.D.U.K. 1833 [7571] 31 x 39 cm. Original outline Colour. £80

WESTERN AUSTRALIA and TASMANIA: 3270. 'WESTERN AUSTRALIA...' / 'VAN-DIEMEN ISLAND'. 2 maps on one sheet. J. & C.Walker for S.D.U.K. 1833 [18132] 31 x 39 cm. Uncoloured. £70

WESTMORELAND: 3271. ‘WESTMORELAND’. Map of Westmoreland. John Cary 1787 [25188] 21 x 26 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

WINCHESTER: 3272. ‘THE CITY OF WINCHESTER’. Wood engraving 1873 [23240] Uncoloured wood engraving, 34 x 51 cm. £50

WIND DIRECTIONS: 3273. ‘REPRESENTATION DU COURS ORDINAIRE DES VENTS DE TRAVERSE, QUI RÈGNENT LE LONG DES CÔTES DANS LA MER ATLANTIQUE & CELLE DES INDES’. Map of the wind directions in the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean, Africa prominently situated in the centre. Schley for Prévost after Bellin ca. 1750 [18909] 18 x 30 cm. £80

WIND DIRECTIONS: 3274. ‘VORSTELLUNG DES ORDENTLICHEN STRICHS DER GEGENWINDE WELCHE AN DEN KÜSTEN IN DEM ATLANTISCHEN UND INDISCHEN MEERE ZU REGIEREN PFLEGEN’. Map of the wind directions in the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean, Africa prominently situated in the centre. Bellin for Prévost ca. 1750 [19198] 18 x 30 cm. £80

WINDSOR: 3275. ‘WINDSOR CASTLE FROM THE THAMES’. A superb view printed in colour for the Illustrated London News 1887 [27644] 25 x 36 cm. Full colour printing. £60

WINDWARD ISLANDS: 3276. ‘THE WINDWARD ISLANDS’. Detailed map of the islands from Martinique to Trinidad. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [21052] 62 x 47 cm. Full original colour. £60

WINDWARD ISLANDS: 3277. ‘THE WINDWARD ISLANDS’. Detailed map of the islands from Martinique to Trinidad. In addition, shipping routes are indicated. Edward Stanford ca. 1904 [24444] 62 x 47 cm. Full original colour. £60

WISCONSIN: 3278. ‘WISCONSIN’. Curious map of Wisconsin. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27635] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

WISCONSIN & CHICAGO: 3279. ‘GRAY’S NEW MAP OF WISCONSIN’. Detailed doublepage map of Wisconsin by counties. Verso map of Iowa (30 x 42 cm) and plan of CHICAGO (38 x 32 cm). Frank A. Gray for O. W. Gray in Philadelphia ca. 1881 [24612] 57 x 41 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £90

WORCESTERSHIRE: 3280. ‘WORCESTERSHIRE’. Map of Worcestershire. John Cary 1787 [25190] 26 x 21 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

WORLD: 3282. 'WESTERN HEMISPHERE / EASTERN HEMISPHERE'. Double hemisphere world map on two separate sheets. J. & C.Walker for S.D.U.K. 1840 [7153] 35 x 67 cm. Centre fold. Original outline Colour. £90

WORLD: 3283. “CHART OF THE WORLD ON MERCATORS PROJECTION”. Showing the direction of the Ocean Currents with the Routes and Distances between the Principal Ports. W. & A.K. Johnston ca 1850 [25765] Original colour. 44 x 57 cm. £90

WORLD: 3285. ‘MAPPEMONDE’. Double hemisphere world map. Ch. Lacoste for Migeon ca. 1874 [17674] 24 x 41 cm. Printed in full colours. £90

WORLD: 3286. ‘WESTERN HEMISPHERE’ & ‘EASTERN HEMISPHERE’. Two maps from Lett’s Popular Atlas. London ca. 1885 [27729] 35 x 32 cm (each map). Printed in colour. £90

WORLD: 3287. ‘HEMISPHERES’. A two hemisphere map with circular insets of North Pole Regions, South Pole Regions, Rainfall and Temperature of both Western and Eastern Hemispheres. London ca. 1890 [27727] 32 x 49 cm. Printed in colour. £60

WORLD: 3289. ‘THE WORLD ON MERCATOR’S PROJECTION SHOWING THE BRITISH POSSESSIONS’. Map also has insets of the North and South Poles. Indicates points reached by Scott in 1902 and Shackleton in 1909. Edward Stanford ca 1900 [24417] 49 x 60 cm. Full original colour. £90

WYOMING: 3290. ‘WYOMING’. Curious map of Wyoming. Designed by Ruth Taylor White 1935 [27406] Original lithograph, 29 x 21 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £50

YOKOHAMA: 3291. ‘YOKOHAMA, JAPAN.- FROM A PHOTOGRAPH’. Two panoramic views of the town. Wood engraving 1863 [23249] £50

YORK: 3292. A sixteen page supplement with some interesting views including ‘GENERAL VIEW OF THE CITY FROM THE NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY HOTEL’ (22 x 53 cm), incorporating two small portraits of John Flaxman & William Etty. Above the main picture are four smaller views of the town. The Graphic 1881 [23499] Uncoloured wood engravings. £60

YORKSHIRE - EAST: 3293. ‘THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE’. Map of eastern Yorkshire. John Cary 1787 [25192] 21 x 26 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.

YORKSHIRE - EAST RIDING: 3294. ‘YORKSHIRE - EAST RIDING’. Decorative map of the East Riding of Yorkshire with inset views of Beverley Minster, York Minster, Walmgate Bar without York and Burton Agnes, with numerous emblems and heraldic shields. Also contains notes and work on British Farms and with the Women’s Institute during the 2nd World War. Dedicated by kind permission to The Rt Hon. The Earl of Halifax, K.G. One of the Countryman County Maps of England, produced for the Women’s Land Army Benevolent Fund, devised by Donald McCullough, designed and drawn by Ernest Clegg 1946 [26503] 40 x 53 cm. Printed in full colours by John Waddington Limited. £60

YORKSHIRE - NORTH: 3295. ‘NORTH RIDING OF YORKSHIRE’. Map of northern Yorkshire. John Cary 1787 [25193] 21 x 26 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £50 From the first edition of Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas. - Additional full page of explanatory text included.


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