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An early 18th century distance table of Derbyshire's towns
Thomas Cox.

London: Elizabeth Butt et al, 1720. A triangular distance table of Derbyshire, with the arms of the City of Derby and some statistics about the county.
COXA0014
£45.00

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Miniature map of Derbyshire
Thomas Kitchin or Thomas Jeffreys

London, 1749+. A miniature map of Derbyshire, engraved by either Thomas Kitchin or Thomas Jeffreys for the 'Small English Atlas', with three columns of engraved text detailing the major towns.
KITC1016
£78.00

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17th century map of Devon
Johannes Jansson.

Amsterdam, c.1650. A fine map of Devon, decorated with full-coloured cartouches for the title, scale and armorials.
JANS0073
£600.00

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Miniature county map of Devon
William Lewis.

London: P. Martin, 1819. From 'Lewis's New Traveller's Guide', marking cities, market towns, seats, mail coach roads & turnpikes.
LEWI1017
£35.00

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View of Plymouth
Anonymous.

c.1770. A 'vüe d'optique'of Plymouth, designed to be viewed through an optical viewer called a 'zograscope'. The naive colouring is standard for this genre of prints.
VUED0002
£250.00

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Plan of Plymouth with its docks.
John Tallis.

London Printing and Publishing Co., c.1860. Drawn and engraved by Rapkin, with three vignettes.
TALL0053
£89.00

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An early 18th century distance table of Dorset's towns
Thomas Cox.

London: Elizabeth Butt et al, 1720. A triangular distance table of Dorset, with 8 town arms including Dorchester, Weymouth & Corfe Castle, with some statistics about the county.
COXA0010
£60.00

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County map of Dorset
James Wallis.

London, S.A. Oddy, 1812. Detailed county map of Dorset marking the roads, with fine, bright colour.
WALL0016
£68.00

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Miniature county map of Dorset
William Lewis.

London: P. Martin, 1819. From 'Lewis's New Traveller's Guide', marking cities, market towns, seats, mail coach roads & turnpikes.
LEWI1016
£35.00

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Jansson Durham
Johannes Jansson.

Amsterdam, Schenk & Valk, c.1700. Durham, with three fine cartouches in full colour.
JANS0017
£250.00

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An early 18th century distance table of Durham's towns
Thomas Cox.

London: Elizabeth Butt et al, 1720. A triangular distance table, with the arms of the city of Durham and some statistics about the county.
COXA0001
£45.00

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Durham
James Wallis.

London, S.A. Oddy, 1812. Detailed county map of Durham marking the roads, with fine, bright colour.
WALL0004
£85.00

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Miniature county map of Durham
William Lewis.

London: P. Martin, 1819. From 'Lewis's New Traveller's Guide', marking cities, market towns, seats, mail coach roads & turnpikes.
LEWI1040
£30.00

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Early 17th century map of Essex
Christopher Saxton.

London, 1637. An early map of Essex, reduced from Christopher Saxton's map, the first county map of Essex, by William Hole.
SAXT0008
£295.00

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An early map of the roads in Essex
John Ogilby.

London, c.1675. A map of the route from London, past Bow, Romford, Brentwood, Chelmsford and Colchester to Harwich. From the first book of road maps, the 'Britannia'.
OGIL0018
£350.00

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An early 18th century distance table of Essex's towns
Thomas Cox.

London: Elizabeth Butt et al, 1720. A triangular distance table of Essex, with the arms of Colchester, Maldon & Warwich, with some statistics about the county.
COXA0006
£55.00

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Essex
Antonio Zatta.

Venice, 1785. Essex map is one of only four English counties published by Zatta in his 'Atlante Veneto', 1785.
ZATT0022
£125.00

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Miniature county map of Gloucestershire
William Lewis.

London: P. Martin, 1819. From 'Lewis's New Traveller's Guide', marking cities, market towns, seats, mail coach roads & turnpikes.
LEWI1014
£35.00

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An early 18th century distance table of Hampshire's towns
Thomas Cox.

London: Elizabeth Butt et al, 1720. A triangular distance table of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, with eleven arms of towns, including Petersfield, Southampton and Newport, with some statistics about the county.
COXA0005
£70.00

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Map of Hampshire
Emanuel Bowen.

London, 1759-63. Map of Hampshire and the Isles of Wight from 'The Natural History of England', published in two volumes 1759-63, as part of the 'General Magazine of Arts and Sciences'.
BOWE0024
£150.00

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