British Isles

Antique rare maps of British Isles


1840 - Buckingham From the Ordnance Survey

  • $9.99

Detailed map of Buckingham County, with roads, towns, rivers and other details.


1842 - Carte Generale des Iles Britanniques contenant L'Angleterre, L'Ecosse Et Irlande Indiquant les principales Routes, les Canaux de Navigation, les Chemins de Fer executes et en cours d'execution dans la Grande Bretagne . . . 1842

  • $21.99

Fine early edition of Andriveau Goujon's large format map of the British Isles. The map shows railroads, canals, postal routes, etc. A nice wall map sized map.


1843 - Iles Britanniques. 1843. S. Estienne.

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Finely executed hand drawn map of the British Isles by S(?) Estienne. The map was likely drawn by a school-aged child and is well executed for the period. The decorative border is unsual for a school project map.


1850 - Scotland

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Detailed and interesting map of Scotland, hand colored by county and showing towns, rivers, lakes, railroads, roads, etc. Inset of the Shetland Islands. A decorative interesting map.


1851 - Channel Islands [Guernsey and Jersey]

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Decorative full color example of Tallis' map of the Channel Islands. Includes decorative vignettes showing St. Peter's Port, Castle Cornet, Druidical Alter near Lancresse, Mont Orgueil Castle and Jersey. Tallis was one of the last great decorative map...


1851 - England and Wales

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Attractive full color example of Tallis' map of England & Wales. Includes decorative vignettes of London, Entrance to Portsmouth Harbour, Newcastle upon Tyne, a Fox Hunt, Sunderland Bridge, Oxford, and the Grand Stand on the Race Ground,...


1851 - The British Isles

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Striking full color example of this marvelous map, showing vignettes of London, Edinburgh, Dublin and inset of Shetland Islands. Engraved for R. Montgomery Martin's Illustrated Atlas. Tallis was one of the last great decorative map makers. His maps...


1851 - Southampton

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Striking full color example of Tallis's town plan of Southampton. Shows roads, buildings, railway stations, churches etc. Also includes landscape insets of the Bar Gate, Netley Abbey, the Railway Station and a small panorama of Southampton. Tallis...


1851 - Bradford, Yorkshire

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Striking and detailed town plan of Bradford, with vignettes of Terminus of the Bradford and Halifax Railway, Airedale Colelge, St. George's Hall, Infirmary, Cemetery,St. Peter's Church and the Roman Catholic Church. Decorative full color example.


1851 - Sheffield

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Striking full color example of Tallis's town plan of Sheffield. Showing roads, buildings, railway stations, etc. Also includes landscape insets of Sheffield from the south east and the Parish Church Sheffield. Tallis was one of the last great...


1851 - Leeds

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Striking and highly detailed map of Leeds. Includes decorative vignettes of the Cemetery Woodhouse, Town Hall, St. Peter's Church, Mill Hill Chapel, Kirkstall Abbey, Wellington Bridge, New Gaol, and boats on the river.


1851 - Plymouth, Devonport and Stonehouse

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A striking and detailed town plan, with vignettes of Plymouth Sound, The Column, and Plymouth Harbor. The map is attractively colored and shows a large amount of detail about the city including railroads, ramparts, government offices, and much more....


1854 - Parade of the Scots Fusileer Guards at Buckingham Palace, (before her Majesty the Queen, & His Royal Highness, The Prince) on the Morning of their departure for the Seat of War, March 2nd, 1854

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Decorative view of the parade of the Scots Fusileer Guards, prior to their departure for the Crimean War. First established in 1805, the Scots Fusileer Guards were deployed in the Napoleonic Wars and later in the Crimean War. In 1854, the Crimean War...


1854 - Inniskilling Dragoons, 25th Octr. 1854

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View showing the Inniskilling Dragoons during the Battle of Balaclava. The 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons was a cavalry regiment in the British Army, first raised in 1689. It saw service for three centuries, before being amalgamated into the 5th/6th...


1856 - The Environs of London

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Very detailed map of London showing all streets, sections, roadways, rivers, significant public and private buildings, etc. The first plan of the London area to appear in an American Atlas.


1857 - An Improved Chart of the English Channel, with the Bristol Channel and the South Coast of Ireland, Including the Edge of the Bank of Soundings; Drawn from the latest Surveys . . . 1857

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Rare working navigational sea chart, published in London by J.S. Hobbs. The map covers the English Channel, Bristol Channel and contiguous coasts of Southern Ireland, Southern England and a portion of the coast of France. Includes a number of profile...