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  •  St.George's Channel, Captain Greenville Collins, c.1760

    St.George's Channel, Captain Greenville Collins, c.1760

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

SEA CHART

31028 St.George's Channel Captain Greenville Collins, c.1760. Price: 260.00

An untitled chart orientated with west the at the top. Includes the coast of Ireland from Belfast to Cork and the coastline of England and Wales from the Mull of Galloway to the Lizard in Cornwall. Embellished with a cartouche bearing a dedication to Sir Richard Rooth, Knt.Late Governor of their Mahies Fort Castl-ny-Park near Kinsale. 22 3/4 x 18 inches. Uncoloured. Lightly toned but good condition with no tears or repairs.

From Great Britains Coasting Pilot

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  •  Chart of Cork, Captain Greenville Collins, c.1760

    Chart of Cork, Captain Greenville Collins, c.1760

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

31027 Cork, Captain Greenville Collins, c.1760 Price: 300.00

THE HARBOUR OF CORKE. A fine chart of the entrance to Cork. A pictorial and rococo cartouche displays the title and scale. Imprint of William Mount and Thomas Page. 20 x 17 inches. Uncoloured. A little light scattered spotting otherwise good condition.

From Great Britain’s Coasting Pilot.

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  •  Gardner road maps Kendal, Ambleside, Keswick, Cockermouth. Egremond, Cockermouth, Carlisle

    Gardner road maps Kendal, Ambleside, Keswick, Cockermouth. Egremond, Cockermouth, Carlisle

THOMAS GARDNER ROAD MAP 1719

Based on the earlier survey of the roads by John Ogilby each map measures about 10 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches and is made up of usually six panels with a central title panel and unlike other road maps of the period each map bears a dedication to a named person.

From: "Pocket Guide to The English Traveller" published in 1719

31478 Plate 96 Kendal, Ambleside, Keswick, Cockermouth. Egremond, Cockermouth, Carlisle. Price: 60.00

THE ROADS FROM KENDAL IN WESTMERLD. TO COCKERMOUTH IN CUMBN. EGREMOND TO THE CITY OF CARLISLE BY THOS. GARDNER. A good detailed road map of the route displayed in seven strips. Title panel. 10 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches. Attractive hand colouring. Very small hole in the top margin repaired otherwise good clean crisp condition.

From A Pocket Guide to the English Traveller

This map is on offer again after having been sold in my Chester shop in 1988. At that time it had come straight from a copy of A Pocket Guide to the English Traveller that I was splitting.

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  •  Rutlandshire, John Speed 1611

    Rutlandshire, John Speed 1611

  •  Rutlandshire Text, John Speed 1611

    Rutlandshire Text, John Speed 1611

Published in the Reign of James I

Published in the Reign of King
JAMES I
1603 - 1625

FOR THE MAP COLLECTOR

ENGLAND'S MOST FAMOUS MAPMAKER - JOHN SPEED

31474 Rutlandshire, John Speed, 1611. Price: 420.00

RUTLANDSHIRE WITH OUKHAM and STANFORD HER BORDERING NEIGHBOUR NEWLY DESCRIBED. The first edition of this fine map of the county. Published in London by John Sudbury and George Humble whose names appear within a panel beneath the scale. Central strapwork title cartouche flanked on two sides by inset town plans of Oakham and Stamford. Other strapwork cartouches display the scale, compass rose and coats of arms. English text on verso. 20 x 15 inches, 510 x 385 mm. Attractive and finely executed hand colouring. Good clean condition with wide blank margins to the top and bottom.

From Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain

This map was last sold in 1988 at my shop in Chester. At that time it came from a first edition of John Speed’s atlas that I had split.

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  •  Yorkshire, Pieter van den Keere c.1646

    Yorkshire, Pieter van den Keere c.1646

Published in the Reign of Charles I

Published in the Reign of King
CHARLES I
1625 - 1649

31472 Yorkshire, Pieter van den Keere c.1646. Price: 90.00

YORKSHIRE. A miniature engraved map of the county embellished with a decorative title cartouche and strapwork scale cartouche. 6 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches. Hand coloured. This map must have had little or no blank margins once as margin strips have been pasted around on the verso. Small repairs on verso to fold splits. The map is slightly crinkled. This map appears in the atlas as a folding map and most of the specimens I have seen over the years have been damaged in some way by over 350 years of unfolding. In some instances I have seen the atlas and just the map of Yorkshire has been missing. So not the easiest map to find for a collection of Yorkshire maps.

From England Wales Scotland and Ireland Described.

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  •  Shropshire, William Hole, 1637

    Shropshire, William Hole, 1637

Published in the Reign of Charles I

Published in the Reign of King
CHARLES I
1625 - 1649

31477 Shropshire, William Hole, 1637. Price: 120.00

SAOLOPIA COMITATUS QUEM CORNAUII OLIM INCOLUORUN DESCRIPTIO. An early map of the county engraved by William hole after the survey by Christopher Saxton. Decorative title cartouche. Scale with pair of dividers. Compass rose. 13 1/4 x 10 3/4 inches. Hand coloured. Coat of arms watermark. Some very small repairs on verso to the bottom blank margin. Lightly toned all over and some light foxing in the bottom right hand corner.

From Camden’s Britannia

This map was last sold in 1988 in my shop Chester and now on the market again

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  •  Shropshire, John Ellis, 1766

    Shropshire, John Ellis, 1766

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

31480 Shropshire, John Ellis, 1766. Price: 50.00

MODERN MAP OF SHROPSHIRE DRAWN FROM THE LATEST SURVEYS CORRECTED AND IMPROVED BY THE BEST AUTHORITIES. J ELLIS SCULPT. A good detailed engraved map of the county embellished with a pictorial cartouche. Remarks and compass pointer. Beneath the map is the imprint of the publishers Printed for Robt. Sayer in Fleet Street & Carington Bowles in St. Pauls Church yard. 7 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches. Hand coloured. Good condition. On the reverse side is an uncoloured specimen of Somerset by Thomas Kitchin.

This map was last sold in my Chester shop in 1988. At that time I had taken it from a John Ellis atlas dated 1766 that I was splitting.

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  •  Oxfordshire, Thomas Kitchin / J. Capper, 1769

    Oxfordshire, Thomas Kitchin / J. Capper, 1769

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

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31476 Oxfordshire, Thomas Kitchin / J. Capper, 1769. Price: 65.00

OXFORDSHIRE. An untitled map of the county. 7 x 8 inches, 170 x 195 mm. Hand coloured. Good undamaged condition. Rare.

From Kitchin's Pocket Atlas.

This map was sold by me in my Chester shop in 1986 and now on offer again. I have marked it as a collector’s map as it rarely comes into stock. I see that I have not had another specimen of this map since I sold this specimen 31 years ago. At the time it had come from a complete copy of Kitchin’s Pocket Atlas that I was splitting

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  •  Shropshire, John Cowley, 1744

    Shropshire, John Cowley, 1744

Published in the Reign of George II

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE II
1727 - 1760

31475 Shropshire, John Cowley, 1744. Price: 42.00

AN IMPROVED MAP OF SHROPSHIRE CONTAINING THE BOROUGH & MARKET TOWNS WITH THOSE ADJOINING; ALSO ITS PRINCIPAL ROADS AND RIVERS. BY J. COWLEY GEOGRAPHR. TO HIS MAJESTY. An interesting small engraved map of the county. A banner displays the title. 5 x 7 inches. Hand coloured. Good condition.

From The Geography of England

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  •  England and Wales, Cole and Roper 1810

    England and Wales, Cole and Roper 1810

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

EARLY HAND COLOURING

31471 England and Wales, George Cole and John Rober, 1810. Price: 36.00

ENGLAND AND WALES WITH THE CANALS, NAVIGABLE RIVERS, RAILROADS &C. An engraved map of England and Wales divided into counties. Each county bears a reference number which refers to a list in the top right hand corner. Original wash hand colouring. Publisher’s imprint dated 1809. 7 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches. A little very light soiling in the left hand blank margin and light crease across the top of the left hand blank margin. Otherwise good condition with no tears or repairs.

From The British Atlas.

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  •  Suffolk, Thomas Moule c.1850

    Suffolk, Thomas Moule c.1850

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

DECORATIVE

30013 Suffolk, Thomas Moule, c.1836 - 1850. Price: 75.00

SUFFOLK. A very decorative Victorian map of the county. Central title cartouche with coat of arms. Inset views of Euston Hall and Hevening Hall. A gothic archway displats the list of hundreds. Angel holding a coat of arms. A further four coats of arms appear on the map. 10 x 8 inches. Attractive hand colouring. Presented in an ivory tint sunk mount with a line and wash border. Good condition.

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  •  Ports and Harbours East Coast of England, Archibald Fullaton 1862

    Ports and Harbours East Coast of England, Archibald Fullaton 1862

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

31468 Ports and Harbours East Coast of England, Archibald Fullaton 1862. Price: 50.00

MOUTH OF THE RIVER TYNE, SUNDERLAND, HARTLEPOOL, WHITBY, SCARBOROUGH, GOOLE, HULL, GREAT GRIMSBY, HARWICH. Nine colour printed maps of varying sizes on one sheet. Together they measure 11 1/2 x 16 3/4 inches. GVery sight trimming to the title above the map otherwise good conditon.

From The Royal Illustrated Atlas published by Archibald Fullarton and Company.

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  •  Taunton, Lt. Robert K. Dawson, 1832

    Taunton, Lt. Robert K. Dawson, 1832

Published in the Reign of William IV

Published in the Reign of King
WILLIAM IV
1830 - 1837

EARLY HAND COLOURING

31464 Taunton, Lt. Robert K. Dawson, 1832. Price: 35.00

TAUNTON. A lithograph map of Taunton on a scale of 3 inches to the mile. Compass pointer and explanation. About 9 x 8. Original outline hand colouring. Publishers fold crease on left as normal. With original page of text. Good condition.

From Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales.

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  •  Rochester, Kent, Lt. Robrt Kearsley Dawson, 1832

    Rochester, Kent, Lt. Robrt Kearsley Dawson, 1832

Published in the Reign of William IV

Published in the Reign of King
WILLIAM IV
1830 - 1837

EARLY HAND COLOURING

26863 Rochester, Kent, Lt. Robert Kearsley Dawson, 1832. Price: 39.00

ROCHESTER FROM THE ORNANCE SURVEY. A lithograph map of Rochester and environs on a scale of 2 inches to the mile. Compass pointer and explanation. About 8 x 10 inches. Original hand colouring. Good clean condition. With the original pages of descriptive text.

From Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales.

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  •  South Wales, Carington Bowles, 1785

    South Wales, Carington Bowles, 1785

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

  •  Sir H. George Fordham

    Sir H. George Fordham

EARLY HAND COLOURING

FOR THE MAP COLLECTOR

31456 South Wales, Carington Bowles, 1785. Price: 115.00

BOWLES’S NEW MEDIUM MAP OF SOUTH WALES DIVIDED INTO ITS COUNTIES AND SUBDIVIDED INTO ITS HUNDREDS .. A good detailed late 18th century map of the region. The title appears within a circular panel bearing the imprint of Carington Bowles No. 69 in St. Paul’s Church Yard. Beneath the map is a further imprint Published as the Act directs, 3 Jan. 1785. Around the map are interesting engraved notes pertaining to the county. 12 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches. Explanation and scale. Original outline hand colouring. Superb clean condition having been taken straight from the atlas and not sold previously as a single map.

From Bowles’s New Medium English Atlas. The maps in this atlas are based on the maps by Emanuel and Thomas Bowen in their Atlas Anglicanus. The title cartouche has been changed as well as the addition of the distance in miles from London shown by some town names.

Provenance

  •  Titlepage

    Titlepage

  •  Signature

    Signature

This map comes from an atlas which was once in the library of the renowned carto-bibliographer Sir Herbert George Fordham (1854 - 1929). He was the first to attempt the systematic cataloguing of the maps of an English county. Born on 9th May 1854 at Odsey, a manor on the borders of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire sold to the Fordham family in 1793 by the 5th Duke of Devonshire. The flyleaf of the atlas was signed H.George Fordham, Odsey, 1925. Further reading: Map Collectors' Circle No. 51: Sir H.George Fordham Carto-bibliographer by J. M. Henshall.

The atlas was later in the library of Professor Eva Germaine Remington Taylor (1879 - 1966) Distinguished geographer. Presented after her death to Birbeck College, University of London. Sold by their order at Sotheby's, London and purchased by Richard Nicholson

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  •  Suffolk, Carington Bowles, 1785

    Suffolk, Carington Bowles, 1785

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

  •  Sir H. George Fordham

    Sir H. George Fordham

EARLY HAND COLOURING

FOR THE MAP COLLECTOR

31445 Suffolk, Carington Bowles, 1785. Price: 115.00

BOWLES’S NEW MEDIUM MAP OF SUFFOLK DIVIDED INTO ITS HUNDREDS.. A good detailed late 18th century map of the county. The title appears within a circular panel bearing the imprint of Carington Bowles No. 69 in St. Paul’s Church Yard. Beneath the map is a further imprint Published as the Act directs, 3 Jan. 1785. Around the map are interesting engraved notes pertaining to the county. 12 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches. Explanation and scale. Original outline hand colouring. Superb clean condition having been taken straight from the atlas and not sold previously as a single map.

From Bowles’s New Medium English Atlas. The maps in this atlas are based on the maps by Emanuel and Thomas Bowen in their Atlas Anglicanus. The title cartouche has been changed as well as the addition of the distance in miles from London shown by some town names.

Provenance

  •  Titlepage

    Titlepage

  •  Signature

    Signature

This map comes from an atlas which was once in the library of the renowned carto-bibliographer Sir Herbert George Fordham (1854 - 1929). He was the first to attempt the systematic cataloguing of the maps of an English county. Born on 9th May 1854 at Odsey, a manor on the borders of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire sold to the Fordham family in 1793 by the 5th Duke of Devonshire. The flyleaf of the atlas was signed H.George Fordham, Odsey, 1925. Further reading: Map Collectors' Circle No. 51: Sir H.George Fordham Carto-bibliographer by J. M. Henshall.

The atlas was later in the library of Professor Eva Germaine Remington Taylor (1879 - 1966) Distinguished geographer. Presented after her death to Birbeck College, University of London. Sold by their order at Sotheby's, London and purchased by Richard Nicholson

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  •  Nottinghamshire Carington Bowles, 1785

    Nottinghamshire Carington Bowles, 1785

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

  •  Sir H. George Fordham

    Sir H. George Fordham

EARLY HAND COLOURING

FOR THE MAP COLLECTOR

31440 Nottinghamshire, Carington Bowles, 1785. Price: 95.00

BOWLES’S NEW MEDIUM MAP OF NOTTINGHAM SHIRE DIVIDED INTO ITS WAPONTAKES.. A good detailed late 18th century map of the county. The title appears within a circular panel bearing the imprint of Carington Bowles No. 69 in St. Paul’s Church Yard. Beneath the map is a further imprint Published as the Act directs, 3 Jan. 1785. Around the map are interesting engraved notes pertaining to the county. 8 3/4 x 12 3/4 inches. Explanation and scale. Original outline hand colouring. Superb clean condition having been taken straight from the atlas and not sold previously as a single map.

From Bowles’s New Medium English Atlas. The maps in this atlas are based on the maps by Emanuel and Thomas Bowen in their Atlas Anglicanus. The title cartouche has been changed as well as the addition of the distance in miles from London shown by some town names.

Provenance

  •  Titlepage

    Titlepage

  •  Signature

    Signature

This map comes from an atlas which was once in the library of the renowned carto-bibliographer Sir Herbert George Fordham (1854 - 1929). He was the first to attempt the systematic cataloguing of the maps of an English county. Born on 9th May 1854 at Odsey, a manor on the borders of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire sold to the Fordham family in 1793 by the 5th Duke of Devonshire. The flyleaf of the atlas was signed H.George Fordham, Odsey, 1925. Further reading: Map Collectors' Circle No. 51: Sir H.George Fordham Carto-bibliographer by J. M. Henshall.

The atlas was later in the library of Professor Eva Germaine Remington Taylor (1879 - 1966) Distinguished geographer. Presented after her death to Birbeck College, University of London. Sold by their order at Sotheby's, London and purchased by Richard Nicholson

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  •  Kent, Carington Bowles, 1785

    Kent, Carington Bowles, 1785

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

  •  Sir H. George Fordham

    Sir H. George Fordham

EARLY HAND COLOURING

FOR THE MAP COLLECTOR

31431 Kent, Carington Bowles, 1785. Price: 160.00

BOWLES’S NEW MEDIUM MAP OF KENT DIVIDED INTO ITS HUNDREDS.. A good detailed late 18th century map of the county. The title appears within a circular panel bearing the imprint of Carington Bowles No. 69 in St. Paul’s Church Yard. Beneath the map is a further imprint Published as the Act directs, 3 Jan. 1785. Around the map are interesting engraved notes pertaining to the county. 12 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches. Explanation and scale. Original outline hand colouring. Superb clean condition having been taken straight from the atlas and not sold previously as a single map.

From Bowles’s New Medium English Atlas. The maps in this atlas are based on the maps by Emanuel and Thomas Bowen in their Atlas Anglicanus. The title cartouche has been changed as well as the addition of the distance in miles from London shown by some town names.

Provenance

  •  Titlepage

    Titlepage

  •  Signature

    Signature

This map comes from an atlas which was once in the library of the renowned carto-bibliographer Sir Herbert George Fordham (1854 - 1929). He was the first to attempt the systematic cataloguing of the maps of an English county. Born on 9th May 1854 at Odsey, a manor on the borders of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire sold to the Fordham family in 1793 by the 5th Duke of Devonshire. The flyleaf of the atlas was signed H.George Fordham, Odsey, 1925. Further reading: Map Collectors' Circle No. 51: Sir H.George Fordham Carto-bibliographer by J. M. Henshall.

The atlas was later in the library of Professor Eva Germaine Remington Taylor (1879 - 1966) Distinguished geographer. Presented after her death to Birbeck College, University of London. Sold by their order at Sotheby's, London and purchased by Richard Nicholson

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  •  Hertfordshire, Carington Bowles, 1785

    Hertfordshire, Carington Bowles, 1785

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

  •  Sir H. George Fordham

    Sir H. George Fordham

EARLY HAND COLOURING

FOR THE MAP COLLECTOR

31428 Hertfordshire, Carington Bowles, 1785. Price: 130.00

BOWLES’S NEW MEDIUM MAP OF HARTFORD SHIRE DIVIDED INTO ITS HUNDREDS.. A good detailed late 18th century map of the county. The title appears within a circular panel bearing the imprint of Carington Bowles No. 69 in St. Paul’s Church Yard. Beneath the map is a further imprint Published as the Act directs, 3 Jan. 1785. Around the map are interesting engraved notes pertaining to the county. 12 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches. Explanation and scale. Original outline hand colouring. Superb clean condition having been taken straight from the atlas and not sold previously as a single map.

From Bowles’s New Medium English Atlas. The maps in this atlas are based on the maps by Emanuel and Thomas Bowen in their Atlas Anglicanus. The title cartouche has been changed as well as the addition of the distance in miles from London shown by some town names.

Provenance

  •  Titlepage

    Titlepage

  •  Signature

    Signature

This map comes from an atlas which was once in the library of the renowned carto-bibliographer Sir Herbert George Fordham (1854 - 1929). He was the first to attempt the systematic cataloguing of the maps of an English county. Born on 9th May 1854 at Odsey, a manor on the borders of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire sold to the Fordham family in 1793 by the 5th Duke of Devonshire. The flyleaf of the atlas was signed H.George Fordham, Odsey, 1925. Further reading: Map Collectors' Circle No. 51: Sir H.George Fordham Carto-bibliographer by J. M. Henshall.

The atlas was later in the library of Professor Eva Germaine Remington Taylor (1879 - 1966) Distinguished geographer. Presented after her death to Birbeck College, University of London. Sold by their order at Sotheby's, London and purchased by Richard Nicholson

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  •  Ireland, Oliver & Boyd, c.1837

    Ireland, Oliver & Boyd, c.1837

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

31409 Ireland, Oliver & Boyd, c.1837. Price: 14.50

IRELAND. An engraved map of the whole country. Oval title panel. Two scales. 8 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches. Early wash hand colouring. Good wide blank margins Toned all over. Split at the bottom of the centre fold.

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  •  Nottinghamshire, John Rocque, 1769

    Nottinghamshire, John Rocque, 1769

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

31407 Nottinghamshire, John Rocque, 1769. Price: 18.00

NOTTINGHAM SHIRE An engraved map of the county with the main coach roads. The title appears above the map. Compass rose and scale. 6 x 7 inches, 150 x 190 mm. Uncoloured. Some old manuscript annotations to the borders and map area in brown ink. Little light creasing in the left hand blank border.

From England Displayed.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  England and Wales Tables, John and Charles Walker, 1851

    England and Wales Tables, John and Charles Walker, 1851

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

31400 England and Wales Tables, John and Charles Walker, 1851. Price: 12.00

ENGLAND & WALES. Five small folio sheets from the atlas showing 42 panels county panels showing details about Market Towns, Fair Days, Population and Distances. Plus a table showing distances between the principal towns. Uncoloured. Good condition.

From The British Atlas

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  •  England and Wales, John and Charles Walker, 1851

    England and Wales, John and Charles Walker, 1851

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

30206 England and Wales, John and Charles Walker, 1851. Price: 28.00

ENGLAND & WALES. An engraved map of England and Wales and part of Scotland as far north as Edinburgh in lesser detail. The railways are clearly shown by red lines. Title panel with the names of J. & C. Walker beneath. Scale and explanation. Original outline and wash hand colouring. Imprint of Longman, Rees, Orme, Browne & Co. beneath. 12 3/4 x 15 1/4 inches. Brown mark in the North Sea and little light soiling in bottom right hand blank margin. Otherwise good condition. Stout paper. This map has been taken from the atlas and not been offered before as a single map.

From The British Atlas

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  •  Sussex, John and Charles Walker, 1851

    Sussex, John and Charles Walker, 1851

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

30243 Sussex, John and Charles Walker, 1851. Price: 24.00

SUSSEX. A good detailed engraved map of the county including the railways. Title panel with the names of J. & C. Walker beneath. Scale and explanation. List of rapes. Original outline and wash hand colouring. Imprint of Longman, Rees, Orme, Browne & Co. beneath. 2 inch split at the top of the centre fold. 2 1/2 inch split at the bottom of the centre fold and 1 inch tear from this into the blank sea area. Otherwise good clean condition. This map has been taken from the atlas and not been offered before as a single map. Special price.

From The British Atlas

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  •  Yorkshire Distance Table, Thomas Cox, c.1720

    Yorkshire Distance Table, Thomas Cox, c.1720

Published in the Reign of George I

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE I
1714 - 1727

31399 Yorkshire Distance Table, Thomas Cox, c.1720. Price: 25.00

YORKSHIRE. A distance table for towns in the county. Embellished with thirteen coat of arms of Yorkshire towns. A list of towns appears across the top and is repeated down the left hand side. 7 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches. Lightly toned. Good condition.

From Magna Britannia.

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  •  North Riding of Yorkshire John Cary 1787

    North Riding of Yorkshire John Cary 1787

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

31398 Yorkshire East Riding, Henry George Collins, 1868. Price: 14.00

YORKSHIRE EAST RIDING. A lithograph map of the Riding. Title panel. Scale and compass rose. 7 x 5 1/2 inches. Hand coloured. Good condition.

From Travelling Atlas of England published by John Heywood in Manchester

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  •  Essex, Peter van den Keere Text, c.1632

    Essex, Peter van den Keere Text, c.1632

Published in the Reign of Charles I

Published in the Reign of King
CHARLES I
1625 - 1649

31397 Essex, Peter van den Keere Text, c.1632. Price: 10.00

ESSEX. The two sheets (four pages) of text for the county from England Wales Scotland and Ireland Described. Page size 6 x 4 inches. Piece missing from the blank margin of the first page. No loss of text on either side. Otherwise good condition.

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  •  Yorkshire East Riding, Creighton/Walker, 1835

    Yorkshire East Riding, Creighton/Walker, 1835

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

31396 Yorkshire East Riding, Creighton/Walker, 1835. Price: 12.00

EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE. A detailed engraved map of the Riding. Title panel and compass rose combined. Cary's imprint beneath dated 1793. 10 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches. Centre fold. Old manuscript numbering in blank margin 180 and 181. Original outline hand colouring. Split at the bottom of the centre fold repaired otherwise good condition.

From Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas

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  •  Essex, Creighton / J. & C. Walker, 1835

    Essex, Creighton / J. & C. Walker, 1835

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

31395 Essex, Creighton / J. & C. Walker, 1835. Price: 12.00

ESSEX. In interesting engraved map of the county produced after the Reform Act of 1832 showing the electoral divisions. Drawn by R. Creighton and engraved by J. & C. Walker. Explanation, compass rose and scale. 9 1/4 x 7 1/4 inches. Original outline hand colouring. Good condition.

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  •  Essex, George Agustus Walpole, 1784

    Essex, George Agustus Walpole, 1784

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

31394 Essex, George Augustus Walpole, 1784. Price: 30.00

A NEW MAP OF ESSEX DRAWN FROM THE LATEST AUTHORITIES. An engraved county map with pictorial title cartouche. Coat of arms, compass pointer, remarks and scale. 8 3/4 x 4 1/2 inches. No top or bottom blank margins which is normal. Hand coloured. Good condition. From The New British Traveller published by Alexander Hogg

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  •  Leicestershire, Reuben Ramble 1845

    Leicestershire, Reuben Ramble 1845

  •  Leicestershire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Leicestershire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

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31373 Leicestershire, Reuben Ramble, c.1845. Price: 75.00

LEICESTERSHIRE. An uncommon lithograph miniature map of the county surrounded by a wide border of vignette views of local scenes including Fox Hunting, Cheese, Stocking Frame and Farming. The maps first appeared in Miller’s New Miniature Atlas published in 1810. The decorative views were added and the maps republished by Darton & Clark in “Reuben Ramble’s Travels Through the Counties of England” in 1844. 6 x 7 1/4 inches. This is the size of overall area and not the contained map. Original hand colouring. With this map is the original double sided page of text describing the county.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  Lancashire, Reuben Ramble 1845

    Lancashire, Reuben Ramble 1845

  •  Lancashire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Lancashire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

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31372 Lancashire, Reuben Ramble, c.1845. Price: 120.00

LANCASHIRE. An uncommon lithograph miniature map of the county surrounded by a wide border of vignette views of local scenes including Shipping, Christ Church, Railway and Cotton Mills. The maps first appeared in Miller’s New Miniature Atlas published in 1810. The decorative views were added and the maps republished by Darton & Clark in “Reuben Ramble’s Travels Through the Counties of England” in 1844. 6 x 7 1/4 inches. This is the size of overall area and not the contained map. Original hand colouring. With this map is the original double sided page of text describing the county.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  Devonshire, Reuben Ramble 1845

    Devonshire, Reuben Ramble 1845

  •  Devonshire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Devonshire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

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31367 Devonshire, Reuben Ramble, c.1845. Price: 95.00

DEVONSHIRE. An uncommon lithograph miniature map of the county surrounded by a wide border of vignette views of local scenes including Exeter Cathedral, Plymouth and Fruit Picking. The maps first appeared in Miller’s New Miniature Atlas published in 1810. The decorative views were added and the maps republished by Darton & Clark in “Reuben Ramble’s Travels Through the Counties of England” in 1844. 5 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches. This is the size of overall area and not the contained map. Original hand colouring. With this map is the original double sided page of text describing the county.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  Gloucestershire, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Gloucestershire, Reuben Ramble 1844

  •  Gloucestershire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Gloucestershire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

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31364 Gloucestershire, Reuben Ramble, c.1845. Price: 75.00

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. An uncommon lithograph miniature map of the county surrounded by a wide border of vignette views of local scenes including Gloucester Cathedral and Farming. The maps first appeared in Miller’s New Miniature Atlas published in 1810. The decorative views were added and the maps republished by Darton & Clark in “Reuben Ramble’s Travels Through the Counties of England” in 1844. 5 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches. This is the size of overall area and not the contained map. Original hand colouring. With this map is the original double sided page of text describing the county. Slight trimming on the left hand side with no blank margin.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  Essex, Reuben Ramble 1845

    Essex, Reuben Ramble 1845

  •  Essex Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Essex Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

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31363 Essex, Reuben Ramble, c.1845. Price: 110.00

DURHAM. An uncommon lithograph miniature map of the county surrounded by a wide border of vignette views of local scenes including Durham Cathedral Mining and Shipping Coal. The maps first appeared in Miller’s New Miniature Atlas published in 1810. The decorative views were added and the maps republished by Darton & Clark in “Reuben Ramble’s Travels Through the Counties of England” in 1844. 5 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches. This is the size of overall area and not the contained map. Original hand colouring. With this map is the original double sided page of text describing the county.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  Northamptonshire, Reuben Ramble 1845

    Northamptonshire, Reuben Ramble 1845

  •  Northamptonshire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Northamptonshire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

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31376 Northamptonshire, Reuben Ramble, c.1845. Price: 80.00

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. An uncommon lithograph miniature map of the county surrounded by a wide border of vignette views of local scenes including Peterborough Cathedral, Execution of Queen of Scots and a Deer Park. The maps first appeared in Miller’s New Miniature Atlas published in 1810. The decorative views were added and the maps republished by Darton & Clark in “Reuben Ramble’s Travels Through the Counties of England” in 1844. 5 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches. This is the size of overall area and not the contained map. Original hand colouring. With this map is the original double sided page of text describing the county.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  Lincolsnhire, Reuben Ramble 1845

    Lincolsnhire, Reuben Ramble 1845

  •  Lincolnshire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Lincolnshire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

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31374 Lincolnshire, Reuben Ramble, c.1845. Price: 90.00

LINCOLNSHIRE. An uncommon lithograph miniature map of the county surrounded by a wide border of vignette views of local scenes including Boston, windmill, shooting and farming. The maps first appeared in Miller’s New Miniature Atlas published in 1810. The decorative views were added and the maps republished by Darton & Clark in “Reuben Ramble’s Travels Through the Counties of England” in 1844. 5 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches. This is the size of overall area and not the contained map. Original hand colouring. With this map is the original double sided page of text describing the county.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  Nottinghamshire, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Nottinghamshire, Reuben Ramble 1844

  •  Nottingahmshire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Nottingahmshire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

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31378 Nottinghamshire, Reuben Ramble, c.1845. Price: 78.00

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. An uncommon lithograph miniature map of the county surrounded by a wide border of vignette views of local scenes including Newstead Abbey, Church of St. Mary Southwell and Nottingham Castle. The maps first appeared in Miller’s New Miniature Atlas published in 1810. The decorative views were added and the maps republished by Darton & Clark in “Reuben Ramble’s Travels Through the Counties of England” in 1844. 5 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches. This is the size of overall area and not the contained map. Original hand colouring. With this map is the original double sided page of text describing the county.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  Suffolk, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Suffolk, Reuben Ramble 1844

  •  Suffolk Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Suffolk Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

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31385 Suffolk, Reuben Ramble, c.1845. Price: 110.00

SUFFOLK. An uncommon lithograph miniature map of the county surrounded by a wide border of vignette views of local scenes including the Ploughing, Sowing and Harvesting. The maps first appeared in Miller’s New Miniature Atlas published in 1810. The decorative views were added and the maps republished by Darton & Clark in “Reuben Ramble’s Travels Through the Counties of England” in 1844. 5 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches. This is the size of overall area and not the contained map. Original hand colouring. With this map is the original double sided page of text describing the county.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  Conwall, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Conwall, Reuben Ramble 1844

  •  Cornwall Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Cornwall Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

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31357 Cornwall, Reuben Ramble, c.1845. Price: 125.00

CORNWALL. An uncommon lithograph miniature map of the county surrounded by a wide border of vignette views of local scenes including St. Michaels Mount, Edystone Lighthouse and Cheese Ring. The maps first appeared in Miller’s New Miniature Atlas published in 1810. The decorative views were added and the maps republished by Darton & Clark in “Reuben Ramble’s Travels Through the Counties of England” in 1844. 5 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches. This is the size of overall area and not the contained map. Original hand colouring. With this map is the original double sided page of text describing the county.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  Cumberland, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Cumberland, Reuben Ramble 1844

  •  Cumberland Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Cumberland Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

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31359 Cumberland, Reuben Ramble, c.1845. Price: 76.00

CUMBERLAND. An uncommon lithograph miniature map of the county surrounded by a wide border of vignette views of local scenes including Crlisle Cathedral, Lead Mine, Lowdore Watderfall, Keswick Lake and Skiddaw Mountain. The maps first appeared in Miller’s New Miniature Atlas published in 1810. The decorative views were added and the maps republished by Darton & Clark in “Reuben Ramble’s Travels Through the Counties of England” in 1844. 5 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches. This is the size of overall area and not the contained map. Original hand colouring. With this map is the original double sided page of text describing the county.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  Dorsetshire, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Dorsetshire, Reuben Ramble 1844

  •  Dorsetshire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

    Dorsetshire Text, Reuben Ramble 1844

Published in the Reign of Queen Victoria

Published in the Reign of Queen
VICTORIA
1837 - 1901

EARLY HAND COLOURING

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31361 Dorsetshire, Reuben Ramble, c.1845. Price: 110.00

DORSETSH. An uncommon lithograph miniature map of the county surrounded by a wide border of vignette views of local scenes including Corfe Castle, Stone Quarry and Farming. The maps first appeared in Miller’s New Miniature Atlas published in 1810. The decorative views were added and the maps republished by Darton & Clark in “Reuben Ramble’s Travels Through the Counties of England” in 1844. 5 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches. This is the size of overall area and not the contained map. Original hand colouring. With this map is the original double sided page of text describing the county.

Reuben Ramble was a pseudonym of the Reverend Samuel Clark (1810 - 1875). The Rector of Eaton-Bishop in Herefordshire and later a curate in Northamptonshire. He wrote geography books for children being in partnership with the publisher William Darton from c.1836 to 1843. Many copies of Reuben Ramble's Travels will no doubt have been lost over the years through mistreatment by children. I have seen specimens with drawings, scribbles and doodles during the time I have been dealing in maps. A whimsical addition for your map collection.

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  •  North Wales, John Cary 1793

    North Wales, John Cary 1793

Published in the Reign of George III

Published in the Reign of King
GEORGE III
1760 - 1820

31351 North Wales, John Cary 1793. Price: 12.50

NORTH WALES. A detailed engraved map. Title panel and compass rose combined. Cary's imprint beneath dated 1793. 10 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches. Original outline hand colouring. Small tear in bottom blank margin. In a brown sunk mount held in by strips of masking tape on verso. Special price.

From Cary’s New and Correct English Atlas.

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