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Miniature county map of Hertfordshire
William Lewis.

London: P. Martin, 1819. From 'Lewis's New Traveller's Guide', marking cities, market towns, seats, mail coach roads & turnpikes.
LEWI1006
£40.00

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Early Rambler's Map of Hertfordshire
Geograhia.

London: Geographia Ltd, c.1930. Covering Berkhampstead and Hatfield in the north, Maidenhead and Victoria Station in the south. 'The only map of this area published specially for ramblers.'
GEOG0001
£30.00

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Huntingdonshire map with cartouches & escutcheons
Willem Blaeu.

Amsterdam, c.1646. Early issue of a very decorative map: the fully-coloured title cartouche features a hunter with a falcon.
BLAE0103
£325.00

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Miniature map of Huntingdonshire
Pieter van den Keere.

London, Roger Rea, 1666. The so-called 'miniature Speed' map of Huntingdonshire. This example was printed the year of the Great Fire of London, with an English text on verso.
KEER0018
£59.00

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

London: Elizabeth Butt et al, 1720. A triangular distance table of Huntingdonshire, with a large armorial and some statistics about the county.
COXA0011
£40.00

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Miniature map of Huntingdonshire
Thomas Kitchin or Thomas Jeffreys

London, 1749+. A miniature map of Huntingdonshire, engraved by either Thomas Kitchin or Thomas Jeffreys for the 'Small English Atlas', with three columns of engraved text detailing the major towns.
KITC1013
£68.00

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Miniature county map of Huntingdonshire
William Lewis.

London: P. Martin, 1819. From 'Lewis's New Traveller's Guide', marking cities, market towns, seats, mail coach roads & turnpikes.
LEWI1037
£28.00

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Large map of Huntingdonshire
Christopher & John Greenwood.

London, 1831. A large and detailed map, with a vignette view of Kimbolton Castle. Printed on Whatman Turkey Mill paper, one of the best available at the time.
GREE0013
£98.00

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Decorative map of Kent
Johannes Blaeu.

Amsterdam, 1662. A very decorative map, with a fully-coloured title cartouche and several escutcheons.
BLAE0045
£680.00

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Map of Kent
Cowley.

London: Dodesley, 1744.
COWL0001
£125.00

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Miniature map of Kent
Thomas Kitchin or Thomas Jeffreys

London, 1749+. A miniature map of Kent, engraved by either Thomas Kitchin or Thomas Jeffreys for the 'Small English Atlas', with three columns of engraved text detailing the major towns.
KITC1004
£170.00

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Map of Kent
Emanuel Bowen.

London, 1759-63. Map of Kent from 'The Natural History of England', published in two volumes 1759-63, as part of the 'General Magazine of Arts and Sciences'.
BOWE0023
£150.00

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Miniature county map of Kent
William Lewis.

London: P. Martin, 1819. From 'Lewis's New Traveller's Guide', marking cities, market towns, seats, mail coach roads & turnpikes.
LEWI1005
£40.00

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View of Gravesend
Anonymous.

London, F.West, c.1820. The Military in Gravesend.
WEST0001
£250.00

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Map of Leicestershire from the Britannia
Richard Blome.

London, 1673. Published in Blome's 'Britannia'.
BLOM0009
£250.00

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An early 18th century distance table of Leicestershire & Rutland's towns
Thomas Cox.

London: Elizabeth Butt et al, 1720. A triangular distance table of Leicestershire & Rutland, with the arms of the City of Leicester and some statistics about the county.
COXA0016
£40.00

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Miniature county map of Lincolnshire
William Lewis.

London: P. Martin, 1819. From 'Lewis's New Traveller's Guide', marking cities, market towns, seats, mail coach roads & turnpikes.
LEWI1035
£30.00

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Middlesex
Robert Morden.

London, 1695. Map of the county of Middlesex, with a small plan of London.
MORD0016
£225.00

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Early Georgian miniature map of Middlesex
Owen & Bowen.

London, Thomas Bowles & Emanuel Bowen, 1720. Miniature map of the county from the first issue of 'Britannia Depicta', within a decorative border with a short descriptive text. On verso is a road map showing Berwick-on-Tweed.
OWEN0008
£70.00

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Miniature map of Middlesex
Thomas Kitchin or Thomas Jeffreys

London, 1749+. A miniature map of Middlesex, engraved by either Thomas Kitchin or Thomas Jeffreys for the 'Small English Atlas', with three columns of engraved text detailing the major towns.
KITC1035
£150.00

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