Author: John Rocque First Published: 1746 ISBN: 0 903541 47 5 Author: John Rocque First Published: 1746 ISBN: 0 903541 47 5London Maps Author: John Mitchell, John Fry, Peter Jefferson, Claude Joseph Sauthier, Captain Holland, Thomas Jeffreys First Published: 1751-76 ISBN: 0 903541 12 2 London Actually Surveyed and a prospect of London & Westminster Reproduction Maps An Exact Survey of the Cities of London, Westminster and Borough of Southwark with the Country near 10 miles round 1741 - 1745 and A Plan of the Cities of London, Westminster & Southwark with contiguous buildings Author: John Rocque First Published: 1746 ISBN: 0 903541 18 1 Author: John Fry and Peter Jefferson First Published: 1775 ISBN: N/A Author: N/A First Published: 1809 - 1813 ISBN: 0 903541 02 5 Two Hundred and Fifty Years of Mapmaking in the County of Sussex Author: N/A First Published: 1851 ISBN: N/A Author: John Ogilby & William Morgan First Published: 1676 ISBN: 0 903541 22 X18th Century North America - Part 2 Author: Christopher & John Greenwood First Published: 1827 ISBN: 0 903541 40 8Playing Cards - The series of nine sets of playing cards provide the collector with the ability to own facsimiles of some of the most important playing cards published in the 17th and 18th centuries. A collection of the most important maps published during the period. In 27 sheets plus a cover sheet and an Introduction by William Ravenhill of Exeter University. more information...An Exact Survey of the Cities of London, Westminster and Borough of Southwark with the Country near 10 miles round 1741 - 1745

HOME ABOUT CONTACT PRODUCTS FAQS STOCKISTS PRICE LIST SITEMAP
About Harry Margary
History
In the Press

In the late 1960s, Harry Margary obtained a copy of the Andrews, Dury & Herbert map of the County of Kent and was investigating the possibility of producing a few copies of the map for friends. Being a perfectionist, it was important that such copies were of the highest quality. Word of this project spread and others let it be known that, if available, they would also like a copy. From this initial project, Harry Margary, a Senior Civil Scientific Engineer working for the Admiralty (but very much regarded himself as an inventor) found himself with a business on his hands that encompassed his interest in cartography.

Since then, he published facsimiles of many of the large scale county maps all to the same high quality, either on his own account or in conjunction with the Guildhall Library, the British Museum and the London Topographical Society, amongst others. As a departure from the standard facsimile, he published facsimiles of the Old Series Ordnance Survey series and six volumes of the A-Z series.

In addition to the County maps, he has published facsimiles of 17c playing cards and other individual and sets of prints.

Since August, 1998, when Harry Margary died, the publishing house has been run by his son, Giles de Margary and his wife Amanda. In 2000, the business was moved to London and then, in 2005, to its present address in Suffolk.

North America Maps | John Rocque | London Maps | John Rocque | Old Series Ordnance Survey | John Rocque | John Rocque | maps home