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East Riding Yorkshire Map

 Antique copper engraved map by Robert Morden, published by Awnsham between 1695 and 1753. Morden was an accomplished cartographer and the first to show longitudes measured from the meridian of St. Paul's Cathedral. He also added roads, taken from Ogilby's earlier survey to his county maps. Copper engraved map hand coloured, folded as issued. Size 34x41cms/13.5"x16". Mounted, framed unopened  From Camden's Britannia  £115 inc delivery    smudge in cartouche



East Riding Yorkshire Map

 Antique copper engraved map by Robert Morden, published by Awnsham between 1695 and 1753. Morden was an accomplished cartographer and the first to show longitudes measured from the meridian of St. Paul's Cathedral. He also added roads, taken from Ogilby's earlier survey to his county maps. Copper engraved map hand coloured, folded as issued. Size 34x41cms/13.5"x16". Mounted, framed unopened  From Camden's Britannia  £135 inc delivery  

 Cathedral Church of Ripon West Prospect
Antique copper engraving by Daniel King d. 1664. was a pupil of W.Hollar,-Originally from William Dugdale, Monasticon Anglicanum 1st edn [in Latin] 1655 with engravings mainly by Wenceslaus Hollar and Daniel King. Many of the engravings were reprinted in  Daniel King's, 'The Cathedrall and Conventuall Churches of England and Wales',  1672; so from either of these  laid  paper  £45  short margins . .  printed that way but trimmed in nearer image

For once a full page verion £65

Beverly Minster
Antique copper engraving by Daniel King d. 1664. was a pupil of W.Hollar,-Originally from William Dugdale, Monasticon Anglicanum 1st edn [in Latin] 1655 with engravings mainly by Wenceslaus Hollar and Daniel King. Many of the engravings were reprinted in  Daniel King's, 'The Cathedrall and Conventuall Churches of England and Wales',  1672; so from either of these  laid  paper  £65  short margins . .  printed that way




The Road from Ferrybridge to Barnard Castle,via Boroughbridge, Ripon and Richmond, and then, on the last ribbon, the journey between Ferrybridge and Wakefield via Pontefract...
 Page 95 From a series of 100 strip Road Maps of England and Wales each measuring about 17 x 13 inches 46 x 34 cm Published in 1675 & 1698 . ohn Ogilby, born 1600 near Edinburgh, died 1676, had an extremely versatile career, being a bookseller, translator, printer, dancing master, theatre owner, master of the King's Revels, and finally a geographer. His claim to fame rests most securely on his last accomplishment. He made the first survey of the roads of England and Wales, the results being published in a folio volume entitled Britannia, Vol. 1.....a Geographical and Historical Description of the Principal Roads thereof, 1675. This had 100 copper-plates showing the roads in continuous strip form, six or seven to a plate, with a decorative heading enclosing the title. Ogilby was the first to adopt the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Before Ogilby different scales were used in different parts of the country......he revolutionised the printed map: from his time, roads began to be inserted on the county maps, and this soon became an established practise £145 larger area top right repaired tear right laid to paper . . still rare INCLUDES :-Ferrybridge ,Ferry Farnton (Ferry Fryston), Are Flu (River Aire) , Brotherton, Farbourne (Fairburn), Ledstone Hall (Ledston Hall), A Beacon (Ledsham Beacon), Mickelfield , Abyforth (Aberford) , Brammum Moore, Brammum Hall (Bramham Park), Bramum (Bramham) , Cliffard Moore (Clifford), Wetherby , South Dighton (Kirk Deighton) , Welsford (Walshford), Allerton Parke (Allerton Park), Boroughbridg (Boroughbridge), Youre flu (River Ure), Kirby on the Hill (Kirby Hill), Hewick (Copt Hewick), A Wood Bridge (Hewick Bridge), Rippon (Ripon), Huton (Hutton Conyers). Norton Hall (Norton Conyers), Wath, Middleton (Middleton Quernhow), White Lion Inn, Enter Lemynge Lane (Leeming Lane, Dere Street), Kirtlynton (Kirklington), Pickhall (Pickhill), Burniston (Burneston), The Bell Inn, Lemyng (Leeming), Catterick Bridge, Swail flu (River Swale), Bounton upon Swail (Brompton on Swale), Sandbeck, Richmond, Wiston (Whashton), Ravenworth Castle (Ravensworth Castle), Ravenworth on the Hill (Ravensworth), Kirkby (Kirby Hill), Gailes (Gayles), Dolston (Dalton), Greatabridge (Greta Bridge), Rougby Village (Rokeby), Eaglestonby (Easglestone Abbey), Barnard Castle, Ferrybridg, Newhall (New Town), Pontefract, Warnefield (Warmfield), Greenheath Moore (Heath), Sr William Dodlestons, Sandall (Sandal Magna). Colder flu (River Calder), Wakefield . . .





Blome map Richmondshire
A Mapp of Richmond Shire being part of the North Rideing of Yorke Shire. Published in 1673 by Richard Blome in his 'Britannia , or a Geographical ... of the Kingdomes of England Scotland and Ireland ', was issued in 1673.Framed and glazed in a gilded frame. . . sent to the USA minus glass due to customs £145 inc delivery



Eboracensis Comitatus Pars Septentrionalis Vulgo North Riding
From the 1607 edition with maps copied mainly from Christopher Saxton's and John Norden's recent work would be re-engraved by William Kip and William Hole. This one is Saxton/Hole .Copper engraved map by William Kip prepared for Camden's "Britannia" published London, 1607The information for this map was taken from an earlier map published by Christopher Saxton in 1579. This map represents one of the earliest printed maps of the County. size in cms: 34 x 19.5 £145 inc delivery CONDITION reinforced to right base edge from tear and worm hole some loss restored







EAST RIDING
A new map of the East Riding of York-shire, divided into its wapontakes, &c. : Drawn from surveys, with various additional improvements. Illustrated with historical extracts relative to its natural produce, mines, minerals, manufactures, trade and present state of its principal towns.., engraved map, hand-coloured in outline, with extensive descriptive notes, 410 x 510mm., Published by [London] : Drawn etc by Thomas Kitchin (1719–1784) ...,by J. Bowles & H. Parker ..., Carington Bowles ..., H. Overton ..., & R. Sayer and J. Bennett & J. Ryall ..., drawn 1762 for the 'The Royal English Atlas: Being A New And Accurate Set Of Maps Of All The Counties In England And Wales, Drawn From The Several Surveys which have been hitherto published Size 415 x 500mm This has condition issues die to age and rarity there is some loss to the page edge and fagmenting in the centre and margin. . . stabilised and on Japon conservation where needed some crinkling to centre seam showing was probably parted in the past £125 delivered. . . I took pity on it and had it restored





Yorkshire Map

Seller Map published by Samuel Hooper London, Printed by C. Clarke, for Francis GROSE (c.1731 . .1791) from 'THE ANTIQUITIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES' , first published in 1772/3. Map Size 14.5 x 12cm. With descriptive text below and to verso. In 1695 John Seller published a county atlas titled 'Anglia Contracta'. The plates were acquired by Francis Grose, revised, and first published in this 1787 edition unmounted £30




Yorkshire Cary/Stcokdale


Sleaford, Lincoln Map



Glanford, Kirk Ella, Barton, Hull


Small engraved map from Paterson's 'British Itinerary', by Captain Daniel Paterson, published by Carrington Bowles, 1785 or the slightly later edition published by Bowles and Carver, 1793 ( the same plates were used). Engraved by Carrington BowlesDouble sided map - both sides shown Size of images 10 x 18cm £25 inc delivery



Market Deeping, Boston


Small engraved map from Paterson's 'British Itinerary', by Captain Daniel Paterson, published by Carrington Bowles, 1785 or the slightly later edition published by Bowles and Carver, 1793 ( the same plates were used). Engraved by Carrington BowlesDouble sided map - both sides shown Size of images 10 x 18cm £25 inc delivery



Loughborough, Nottingham, Hull, Pattrington Map


Small engraved map from Paterson's 'British Itinerary', by Captain Daniel Paterson, published by Carrington Bowles, 1785 or the slightly later edition published by Bowles and Carver, 1793 ( the same plates were used). Engraved by Carrington BowlesDouble sided map - both sides shown Size of images 10 x 18cm £25 inc delivery



Map Durham to Tinmouth
via Tinemouth p 9 from Thomas Jeffery's Itinerary or Traveller's Companion. Published by R. Sayer and J. Bennett in 1775. The colouring is later.Size of page 250mm x 190mm, including the margins. £30 inc delivery shown both sides


Map York to Scarbro
via Tadcaster p 8 from Thomas Jeffery's Itinerary or Traveller's Companion. Published by R. Sayer and J. Bennett in 1775. The colouring is later.Size of page 250mm x 190mm, including the margins. £30 inc delivery shown both sides



Map York to Chester
via Rochdale p 98 from Thomas Jeffery's Itinerary or Traveller's Companion. Published by R. Sayer and J. Bennett in 1775. The colouring is later.Size of page 250mm x 190mm, including the margins. £30 inc delivery shown both sides


Map Durham to Whitby
via Tinemouth p 97 from Thomas Jeffery's Itinerary or Traveller's Companion. Published by R. Sayer and J. Bennett in 1775. The colouring is later.Size of page 250mm x 190mm, including the margins. £30 inc delivery shown both sides



Map York to Scarbro
viaTadcaster, p 7 from Thomas Jeffery's Itinerary or Traveller's Companion. Published by R. Sayer and J. Bennett in 1775. The colouring is later.Size of page 250mm x 190mm, including the margins. £30 inc delivery shown both sides


Map Durham to Tinemouth
via Tinemouth p 8 from Thomas Jeffery's Itinerary or Traveller's Companion. Published by R. Sayer and J. Bennett in 1775. The colouring is later.Size of page 250mm x 190mm, including the margins. £30 inc delivery shown both sides



Map London to Flamborough
via Hull, Flamborough, p44 from Thomas Jeffery's Itinerary or Traveller's Companion. Published by R. Sayer and J. Bennett in 1775. The colouring is later.Size of page 250mm x 190mm, including the margins. £30 inc delivery shown both sides


Map London to Flamborough
via Lincoln, p 43 from Thomas Jeffery's Itinerary or Traveller's Companion. Published by R. Sayer and J. Bennett in 1775. The colouring is later.Size of page 250mm x 190mm, including the margins. £30 inc delivery shown both sides



Map London to Bath Wells
via DEvizes, Wells etc p 35 from Thomas Jeffery's Itinerary or Traveller's Companion. Published by R. Sayer and J. Bennett in 1775. The colouring is later.Size of page 250mm x 190mm, including the margins. £30 inc delivery shown both sides


Map London to Barnard's castle
via wakefiled, Pontefract, p 36 from Thomas Jeffery's Itinerary or Traveller's Companion. Published by R. Sayer and J. Bennett in 1775. The colouring is later.Size of page 250mm x 190mm, including the margins. £30 inc delivery shown both sides



MAP OF The East and West Riding of Yorkshire
 by Britton 2 from Britton by G. Cole and J. Roper.. List of hundreds and explanation. 18 x 23cm. George Cole and John Roper Originally produced to accompany the part-work "Beauties of England and Wales" (London 1801-1818). Copper line engraving on rag paper page number to top right good colour creased due to original book folds £20




MAP OF Part of The North Riding of Yorkshire
 by Britton from Britton by G. Cole and J. Roper.. List of hundreds and explanation. 18 x 23cm. George Cole and John Roper Originally produced to accompany the part-work "Beauties of England and Wales" (London 1801-1818). Copper line engraving on rag paper page number to top right good colour creased due to original book folds £20




Map, Yorkshire ie North, East and West Yorkshire,

hand coloured engraving,scale about 7 miles 1 inch, drawn by R Creighton, engraved by Thomas Starling, in Lewis's Topographical Dictionary, published by S Lewis and Co, 87 Hatton Garden, London, 1842. printed -on- lower right YORKSHIRE printed -on- bottom left Drawn by R. Creighton. printed -on- bottom centre DRAWN AND ENGRAVED FOR LEWIS' TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY. printed -on- bottom right Engraved by Thos. Starling scale = 1 to 420000 ? (scale line 20 miles = 76.3 mm assuming modern mile) Scarce larger format £65 inc




MAP OF The West Riding of Yorkshire

by Britton from Britton by G. Cole and J. Roper.. List of hundreds and explanation. 18 x 23cm. George Cole and John Roper Originally produced to accompany the part-work "Beauties of England and Wales" (London 1801-1818). Copper line engraving on rag paper page number to top right good colour creased due to original book folds £20



York to tadcaster



Skipton to Settle Map

Small engraved map from Paterson's 'British Itinerary', by Captain Daniel Paterson, published by Carrington Bowles, 1785 or the slightly later edition published by Bowles and Carver, 1793 ( the same plates were used). Engraved by Carrington BowlesDouble sided map - both sides shown Size of images 10 x 18cm £25 inc delivery
 


Northallerton to Darlington



Boroughbridge to ferrybridge

Small engraved map from Paterson's 'British Itinerary', by Captain Daniel Paterson, published by Carrington Bowles, 1785 or the slightly later edition published by Bowles and Carver, 1793 ( the same plates were used). Engraved by Carrington BowlesDouble sided map - both sides shown Size of images 10 x 18cm £25 inc delivery













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Map Gretta to Brough



Boroughbridge to catterick Map

Small engraved map from Paterson's 'British Itinerary', by Captain Daniel Paterson, published by Carrington Bowles, 1785 or the slightly later edition published by Bowles and Carver, 1793 ( the same plates were used). Engraved by Carrington BowlesDouble sided map - both sides shown Size of images 10 x 18cm £25 inc delivery



Skipton to Settle Map 263/4



Barnsley to Wakefield p 261/2 Map

Small engraved map from Paterson's 'British Itinerary', by Captain Daniel Paterson, published by Carrington Bowles, 1785 or the slightly later edition published by Bowles and Carver, 1793 ( the same plates were used). Engraved by Carrington BowlesDouble sided map - both sides shown Size of images 10 x 18cm £25 inc delivery



carlisle to Moffat 275/6



leeds to Ripon Map 273/4

Small engraved map from Paterson's 'British Itinerary', by Captain Daniel Paterson, published by Carrington Bowles, 1785 or the slightly later edition published by Bowles and Carver, 1793 ( the same plates were used). Engraved by Carrington BowlesDouble sided map - both sides shown Size of images 10 x 18cm 



MAP OF The East and West Riding of Yorkshire
by Britton from Britton by G. Cole and J. Roper.. List of hundreds and explanation. 18 x 23cm. George Cole and John Roper Originally produced to accompany the part-work "Beauties of England and Wales" (London 1801-1818). Copper line engraving on rag paper page number to top right good colour creased due to original book folds £20




North Riding of Yorkshire
 map from Britton by G. Cole and J. Roper.. List of hundreds and explanation. 18 x 23cm. George Cole and John Roper Originally produced to accompany the part-work "Beauties of England and Wales" (London 1801-1818). Copper line engraving on rag paper page number to top right good colour creased due to original book folds £20**



Yorkshire County Map West Riding

by Laurie and Whittle . folded as issued.Size24.x18.5cmsScale of distance; reference key to the Hundreds ;£15 laid to card





Yorkshire County Map West Riding

by Archibald Fullarton 2 published in 1845. The map has a vignette view of Wakefield school. Steel engraved map with hand colouring. folded as issued.Size24.x18.5cmsScale of distance; reference key to the Hundreds ;£20 x 3



Yorkshire Map

engraved map of the county with list of wards and explanation. Scale. Beneath the map is the imprint of the publisher Sir Richard Phillips dated 1808. Engraved by H. Cooper. folds as issued £20 x 2




West Riding of Yorkshire
map from Britton by G. Cole and J. Roper.. List of hundreds and explanation. 18 x 23cm. George Cole and John Roper Originally produced to accompany the part-work "Beauties of England and Wales" (London 1801-1818). Copper line engraving on rag paper page number to top right good colour creased due to original book folds £20**



part of the West Riding Yorkshire Map by Cary 2

John CARY (c.1754-1835) was based in London. The New and Correct English Atlas, came in various editions between 1787 and 1831, also the Miniature version of his County Maps, The Travellers' Companion, from 1790 to 1828.Size .12.5 x 10 inches. At the end of the eighteenth century, Cary was commissioned by the Postmaster-General to survey of all the principal roads in the country. His method of measurement was to use a 4' wheel connected to a counter, which kept a tally of the number of rotations. £35 older hand coloured x 3




Yorkshire County Map East Riding

by Archibald Fullarton 2 published in 1845. The map has a vignette view of Beverly Minster. Steel engraved map with hand colouring. folded as issued.Size24.x18.5cmsScale of distance; reference key to the Hundreds ;£20 x 2



part of the West Riding Yorkshire Map by Cary

John CARY (c.1754-1835) was based in London. The New and Correct English Atlas, came in various editions between 1787 and 1831, also the Miniature version of his County Maps, The Travellers' Companion, from 1790 to 1828.Size .12.5 x 10 inches. At the end of the eighteenth century, Cary was commissioned by the Postmaster-General to survey of all the principal roads in the country. His method of measurement was to use a 4' wheel connected to a counter, which kept a tally of the number of rotations. £35 older hand coloured x 3




East Riding Yorkshire Map by Cary

John CARY (c.1754-1835) was based in London. The New and Correct English Atlas, came in various editions between 1787 and 1831, also the Miniature version of his County Maps, The Travellers' Companion, from 1790 to 1828.Size .12.5 x 10 inches. At the end of the eighteenth century, Cary was commissioned by the Postmaster-General to survey of all the principal roads in the country. His method of measurement was to use a 4' wheel connected to a counter, which kept a tally of the number of rotations.£35 older hand coloured x 2



Yorkshire Map by Cary

John CARY (c.1754-1835) was based in London. The New and Correct English Atlas, came in various editions between 1787 and 1831, also the Miniature version of his County Maps, The Travellers' Companion, from 1790 to 1828.Size .12.5 x 10 inches. At the end of the eighteenth century, Cary was commissioned by the Postmaster-General to survey of all the principal roads in the country. His method of measurement was to use a 4' wheel connected to a counter, which kept a tally of the number of rotations£35 older hand coloured




North Riding Yorkshire Map by Cary

John CARY (c.1754-1835) was based in London. The New and Correct English Atlas, came in various editions between 1787 and 1831, also the Miniature version of his County Maps, The Travellers' Companion, from 1790 to 1828.Size .12.5 x 10 inches. At the end of the eighteenth century, Cary was commissioned by the Postmaster-General to survey of all the principal roads in the country. His method of measurement was to use a 4' wheel connected to a counter, which kept a tally of the number of rotations. £35 older hand coloured



Yorkshire County map North Riding
Archer 1843 Joshua Archer for Dugdale drawn and engraved by J.Archer and published around 1850 showing the railway lines. Steel engraved map with contemporary hand colour, folded as issued. Size 18x 23.5 cms/.£20 x 2




Yorkshire County map North Riding 2

Archer 1843 Joshua Archer for Dugdale drawn and engraved by J.Archer and published around 1850 showing the railway lines. Steel engraved map with contemporary hand colour, folded as issued. Size 18x 23.5 cms/.£20 x 2



Yorkshire County map North pt 2 Riding

Archer 1850+ Joshua Archer for Dugdale drawn and engraved by J.Archer and published around 1850 showing the railway lines. Steel engraved map with contemporary hand colour, folded as issued. Size 18x 23.5 cms/.£15 mk in margin





Yorkshire County map East & West Riding

Archer 1850+ Joshua Archer for Dugdale drawn and engraved by J.Archer and published around 1850 showing the railway lines. Steel engraved map with contemporary hand colour, folded as issued. Size 18x 23.5 cms/.£15



Yorkshire County map West Riding

Archer 1843 Joshua Archer for Dugdale drawn and engraved by J.Archer and published around 1850 showing the railway lines. Steel engraved map with contemporary hand colour, folded as issued. Size 18x 23.5 cms/.£20 x 2




Yorkshire County map East & West Riding

Archer 1843 Joshua Archer for Dugdale drawn and engraved by J.Archer and published around 1850 showing the railway lines. Steel engraved map with contemporary hand colour, folded as issued. Size 18x 23.5 cms/.£20 x 2



Yorkshire County map West Riding

Archer 1850+ Joshua Archer for Dugdale drawn and engraved by J.Archer and published around 1850 showing the railway lines. Steel engraved map with contemporary hand colour, folded as issued. Size 18x 23.5 cms/.£15




Yorkshire County map East & West Riding

Archer 1850+ Joshua Archer for Dugdale drawn and engraved by J.Archer and published around 1850 showing the railway lines. Steel engraved map with contemporary hand colour, folded as issued. Size 18x 23.5 cms/.£15 creased



Leeds to Rippon map



Longtown to Moffat Map

Small engraved map from Paterson's 'British Itinerary', by Captain Daniel Paterson, published by Carrington Bowles, 1785 or the slightly later edition published by Bowles and Carver, 1793 ( the same plates were used). Engraved by Carrington BowlesDouble sided map - both sides shown Size of images 10 x 18cm £25 inc delivery



Gretta to brough



Boroughbridge to Richmond Map

Small engraved map from Paterson's 'British Itinerary', by Captain Daniel Paterson, published by Carrington Bowles, 1785 or the slightly later edition published by Bowles and Carver, 1793 ( the same plates were used). Engraved by Carrington BowlesDouble sided map - both sides shown Size of images 10 x 18cm £25 inc delivery







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