Old Series Ordnance Survey Author: John Rocque First Published: 1746 ISBN: 0 903541 16 5 Chart of the routes taken by Bonnie Prince Charlie in Great Britain and the marches of his army and of the English. The sieges are distinguished as are the battles that were fought in this enterprise more information... Author: John Rocque First Published: 1748 ISBN: 0 903541 21 1 This is the sixth volume in the series of eight and covers the Welsh counties (except for small parts of Flintshire, Radnorshire and Eastern Monmouthshire, and including parts of Cheshire, Herefordshi more information... Reproduction of maps of the counties have been published as part of an expanding series. The Yorkshire Rose This is the seventh volume in the series of eight and covers the North Central England (Cheshire, Derbyshire, most of Flint, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Shropshire and Staffordshire, southern La more information... Each pack has been faithfully reproduced on thick card and contains an introduction; both are contained in a card packet similar to those found in modern playing cards. Author: Pieter Van Den Keere First Published: 1605 ISBN: 0 903541 00 9 The 1850s had seen a growth in the demand for universal knowledge and with it the establishment of a free public library system. Publishers were not slow to grasp the implications of the Public L more information... Not all of us have plan chests in our houses! The maps concerned have been faithfully reproduced in the original scale (with the exception of one large scale map that has been slightly reduced) on high quality paper and case bound in A4 format together with a dust jacket.This publication contains a collection of the most important maps published during the period. 26 sheets plus an introduction by the late R A Skelton, sometime Superintendent of the Map Room of the B more information...This is an extract from A Map of the County of Sussex from an Actual Survey made in the years 1823 and 1824 by C & I Greenwood. This map is part of the collection 250 Years of Mapmaking in the Count more information... Atlas of the British Isles Author: Filippo Morghen First Published: 1768 ISBN: 0 903541 43 2 British Colonies in North America Index of the Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster and Borough of Southwark

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A Balloon View of London (as seen from Hampstead)
Author: N/A First Published: 1851
ISBN: N/A
A spectacular panorama of London as seen from the heights of Hampstead, looking South, and was originally published to celebrate the Great Exhibition. Landmarks are clearly laid out and the main stre  more information...
A New and Correct Chart of the Channel between England and France
Author: N/A First Published: 1702
ISBN: N/A
The chart includes the South Coast of England from North of the Bristol Channel and of the Thames Estuary, there are insets for Plymouth Sound and the Isle of Wight. It is presented in 2 sheets (of s  more information...
Atlas of the British Isles
Author: Pieter Van Den Keere First Published: 1605
ISBN: 0 903541 00 9
This very rare atlas was probably published at Amsterdam between 1605 and 1610. As such it is the earliest printed atlas of the British Isles. It is thought to exist only in proof form, which explai  more information...
Bonnie Prince Charlie - Campaign Marches
Author: N/A First Published: N/A
ISBN: N/A
Chart of the routes taken by Bonnie Prince Charlie in Great Britain and the marches of his army and of the English. The sieges are distinguished as are the battles that were fought in this enterprise  more information...
Chichester Cathedral
Author: Greenwood Pringle & Co First Published: 1825
ISBN: N/A
This is an extract from A Map of the County of Sussex from an Actual Survey made in the years 1823 and 1824 by C & I Greenwood. This map is part of the collection '250 Years of Mapmaking in the Count  more information...
A new and Correct Chart showing the Variations of the Compass in the Western and Southern Oceans as observed in the year 1700
Author: Edmund Halley First Published: 1700
ISBN: N/A
This is a chart of the North and South Atlantic, from Scotland in the North to Cape Horn in the South and from Italy in the East to the Gulf of Mexico in the West. Published by 'In the wake of the Pa  more information...
Grand Panorama of London from the Thames
Author: Charles Evans, I Whitelaw and Simpkin Marshall & Co. First Published: 1849
ISBN: N/A
A continuous view of the river scene Eastwards from the Houses of Parliament to the Isle of Dogs and Westwards backwards to Deptford - supported by an introduction by Ralph Hyde, Keeper of Prints and   more information...
Hogarth's Industry & Idleness
Author: William Hogarth First Published: 1747
ISBN: N/A
Twelve plates tracing the careers of two apprentices - one to the gallows at Tyburn and the other to the Mansion House, as Lord Mayor of London - with a cover sheet and an introduction by John Fisher;  more information...
Life on the Moon in 1768
Author: Filippo Morghen First Published: 1768
ISBN: 0 903541 43 2
Ten Fantasy Engravings of the 18th Century. These plates by the Florentine artist mark an interesting moment in the history of speculation about life on the moon. 'A collection of the most remarkabl  more information...
Plan of the City of Canterbury
Author: John Wren and Mathew Andrews First Published: 1768
ISBN: N/A
Detailed plan of the City, presented in 1 sheet at a scale of 1 inch to 300 yards. Originally printed and sold by A Dury of Dukes Court, St Martin's Lane, London.  more information...
Roman Castrum at Lymne
Author: Charles Roache Smith FSA First Published: 1852
ISBN: N/A
Facsimile of the report on the excavations made on the site of the Roman Castrum at Lymne in 1850 with notes on the original plan of the castrum and on the ancient state of the Romney Marshes by Jame  more information...
Spoils of War
Author: John Boydell First Published: 1751
ISBN: N/A
Portraits of the French and Spanish ships taken by Lord Anson Vice Admiral of the Blue), Captain Buckle and Sir Edward Hawke (Rear Admiral of the White) in two strategically important sea battles in 1  more information...
Spoils of War
Author: John Boydell First Published: 1751
ISBN: N/A
As above but printed in colour in a reduced size to the original to facilitate framing.  more information...
The Barbican Before the Blitz
Author: Robert Randoll First Published: 1901 - 1920
ISBN: 0 903541 35 1
A folding card wallet containing reproductions of 14 local street scenes drawn between 1901 and 1920, plans of the Barbican Area before and after the 1939-45 war.
Published in association with Guil  more information...
The Golf Greens of Scotland
Author: George Aikman First Published: 1893
ISBN: 0 903541 38 6
A round of the Links, 20 plates depicting the views of the golf greens of Scotland. Etched from water colour drawings by John Smart RSA 1893. This publication is enhanced by an introduction by Micha  more information...
The Gourmand - The Glutton
Author: Martin Lavigne First Published: 1860
ISBN: N/A
A superb reproduction of a lithograph taken from a painting by J M Burbank circa 1860. A portrait of a "real" cat. Picture 21 inches by 14 1/2 inches, overall 26 inches by 20 inches.  more information...
The Yorkshire Rose
Author: Henry Nicholson First Published: 1838
ISBN: N/A
A fine engraving of 'this wonderful animal was bred by the late John Ainsley Esq. of Otterington House near North Allerton Yorkshire and fed by Medd Scarth Esq. Carlton near Stokesley.' The cow had t  more information...
17th Century Woodcuts - large
Author: N/A First Published: N/A
ISBN: N/A
A set of three woodcuts depicting an aristocratic dog, a knight on horseback and a cockerel.  more information...
17th Century Woodcuts - small
Author: N/A First Published: N/A
ISBN: N/A
A set of three woodcuts depicting an owl and two birds.  more information...
Rowlandson Coaching Print
Author: Rowlandson First Published: 1787
ISBN: N/A
Reproduction of a fine print originally published on 15th October, 1787. Scene depicted is that of a coachman being given a fond farewell by a wench in the doorway of an inn whilst baggage is being l  more information...

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