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ALDERHOLT: HIBBERD, DONALD: Otters and Alders. Some Memories of the Parish of Alderholt and it's Churches.

Item No. 18353

Alderholt: By the Author, 2002. Plates. 4to (11 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches), 192-pages. Softback. Original green printed wrappers. Inscribed by the author. A substantial well produced and illustrated local history. With the pamphlet "Records of Alderholt" 2nd edn. 1997 loosely inserted. This also inscribed.

£40.00

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BATH: HARPER, CHARLES G: The Bath Road. History, Fashion & Frivolity on an Old Highway.

Item No. 9022

London: Chapman & Hall, 1899. First edition. Plates & illustrations. 8vo, pp. xvi:273, contemporary half maroon calf with lettering piece, spine gilt in compartments. Rebacked at an early date retaining the original backstrip. The original backstrip darkened and with a few chips but laid over the replacement leather spine. A not unattractive copy and solidly bound. Some foxing to prelims. Original owner's printed label on front free endpaper.

£35.00

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BATH: WRIGHT, G.N: The Historic Guide to Bath.

Item No. 18347

Bath: R. E. Peach, 1864. First edition. Frontispiece, illustrations but lacking the map. 8vo (7 x 4 1/2 inches), pages: 461:590 - trade advertisements partly illustrated). Original cloth gilt. Headbands worn, faded, front free endpaper removed else internally good.

£15.00

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BELFAST: OWEN, D.J: History of Belfast.

Belfast: W. & G. Baird, 1921. First edition. Plates and plans. 8vo, pp.xvi:459, original tan cloth; gilt to spine faded as usual, corners bumped. Inscription on front free endpaper; generally good.

£30.00

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BIRMINGHAM: ORDNANCE SURVEY: Road Map of Birmingham and Northampton. Sheet 23 Hill Shaded. Scale 1/2 inch to the mile.

Item No. 18396

Item No. 18396

Southampton: Ordnance Survey, 1914. Coloured map mounted on linen and folding into the original wrappers. 30 x 21 inches. Very good.

£12.00

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BOLDRE: PERKINS, W. FRANK: Boldre. The Parish, the Church, and Inhabitants.

Item No. 15892

Lymington: King's Library, 1927. 2nd edition. Portrait & plates. 8vo (9 x 6 inches), 77-pages. Original printed brown wrappers; backstrip with loss.

£32.00

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BOSCASTLE: ORDNANCE SURVEY: Sheets 322 & 336 - Boscastle.

Item No. 18386

Item No. 18386

Ordnance Survey, 1900. 1 inch to the mile. 28 x 20 1/2 inches, folding and mounted on linen. Holed at intersections.

£10.00

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BOURNEMOUTH: AUCTION PARTICULARS: Brightlands and Riverlands Estates, Southbourne, Bournemouth.

Item No. 14793

Item No. 14793

23rd June 1927. 48 building sites situate in well constructed avenues to be known as Broadway, and Broadlands and Southlands Avenues.... Folio (13 ¼ x 8 ¼ inches), original wrappers`; wrappers foxed. Two large coloured folding plans in endpocket.

£20.00

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BOURNEMOUTH: AUCTION PARTICULARS: Carberry Estate, Southbourne, Bournemouth.

Item No. 14794

Item No. 14794

Oct. 4th 1923. 98 plots of building land situate in the Carberry Avenue, Walcombe and Seafield Roads. Folio (13 x 8 inches), original wrappers. Large coloured folding plan in endpocket. Oct. 4th 1923. With loosely inserted illustrated brochure relating to the Estate.

£20.00

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BOURNEMOUTH: AUCTION PARTICULARS: Carberry Estate, Southbourne, Tuckton Farm.

Item No. 14809

Item No. 14809

June 7th. 1926. Building & Land. 4to (11 x 8 ¾ inches) original wrappers. Coloured folding plan in endpocket.

£10.00

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BOURNEMOUTH: AUCTION PARTICULARS: Iford Estate (2nd portion). Pokesdown Hill, Bournemouth.

Item No. 14795

Item NBo. 14795

21st Feb. 1924. 96 building plots. Folio (13 ½ x 8 ½ inches) original wrappers. Large coloured folding plan in endpocket.

£20.00

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BOURNEMOUTH: AUCTION PARTICULARS: Iford Estate Bournemouth (3rd portion).

Item No. 14796

16th Sept. 1924. 77 building plots. Folio (12 ½ x 8 inches), original wrappers. Coloured folding plan.

£20.00

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BOURNEMOUTH: AUCTION PARTICULARS: Northwood Estate (3rd portion) Bournemouth. By Direction of J. Cooper-Dean.

Item No. 14792

Item No. 14792

Jan. 29th 1924. 93 building sites. Jan. 29th 1924. Folio (14 x 8 ½ inches), original wrappers. Very large coloured folding plan in endpocket. * Land bounded by the Wimborne Rd to the S & W, Grafton Rd. on the E. & St.Luke's Rd. on the N.

£25.00

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BOURNEMOUTH: AUCTION PARTICULARS: The Portman Estate situate at Fisherman's Walk, West Southbourne, Bournemouth.

May 8th 1912. Freehold Building Plots having important frontages to Wentworth Road, Montague Road, and Portman Crescent. 77 Lots. Folio (15 x 10 inches), original wrappers with applied key plan. May 8th 1912. Large folding coloured plan of the Estate; wrappers dusty.

£20.00

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BOURNEMOUTH & CHRISTCHURCH: CALKIN, J. BERNARD: Discovering Prehistoric Bournemouth and Christchurch. A Record of Local Finds in the Twentieth Century.

Christchurch: Red House Museum and Art Gallery, 1966. First edition. Black & white illustrations. Tall 8vo, pp.40, softcover; an excellent copy.

£10.00

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BRANSGORE: AUCTION PARTICULARS: "Heathfield Farm", Bransgore

Item No. 14801

Item No. 14801

18th Oct. 1921. "Heathfield Farm", Bransgore close to the New Forest including an interesting creeper clad farmhouse, farm buildings, bungalow, cottages, pasture, about 73 acres. 4to (9 ¾ x 7 ½ inches) original wrappers. Coloured folding plan.

£10.00

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BRIGHTON: HARPER, CHARLES G: The Brighton Road. Speed, Sport, and History on the Classic Highway. Illustrated by the author, and from Old-Time Prints and Pictures.

Item No. 16067

London: Chapman & Hall, 1906. First edition thus. 8vo 99 x 5 1/2 inches), pp. xvi:472, original red cloth pictorially blocked in black.. Binding very soiled and marked, lower inner joint cracked but holding, prelims. foxed else internally very good.

£12.00

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BRISTOL: BARRETT, WILLIAM: History and Antiquities of the City of Bristol.

Item No. 17392

Gloucester: Alan Sutton, 1982. Facsimile reprint of the edition of 1789. No. 139 of a limited edition of 250. Large 8vo (10 x 7 inches), 704-pages. Plates. Original cloth; one corner a little rubbed else good. Large gift inscription on front free endpaper. Dust jacket a little edge worn else good.

£18.00

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BUCKINGHAM: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's County Map of Buckingham showing all the Railways and names of Stations also Villages, Turnpike Roads, Gentlemen's Seats etc.

Item No. 18389

Item No. 18389

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1890. Coloured folding map mounted on linen, 20 1/2 x 22 3/4 inches, folding into the original pictorial cloth wrapper. Holed on some intersections; some browning

£15.00

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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's Railway and Station Map of the County of Buckingham. Note: These superior County Maps give the Name of every Station, also the Name of the Company each Railway belongs to.

Item No. 18379

Item No. 18379

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1880. Coloured folding map, 20 1/2 x 22 3/4 inches, folding into the original edge chipped wrapper. Some splits and holes at intersections.

£20.00

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BUCKINGHAM: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's Railway and Station Map of the County of Buckingham. Note: These superior County Maps give the Name of every Station, also the Name of the Company each Railway belongs to.

Item No. 18378

Item No. 18378

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1880. Coloured folding map, 20 1/2 x 22 3/4 inches, folding into the original edge chipped wrapper. Some splits and holes at intersections.

£20.00

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BURLEY: AUCTION PARTICULARS: "Bisterne Lodge", Burley, New Forest.

Item No. 14819

9th Sept. 1936. Two photographs (no plan issued). 4to (12 ½ x 8 ¼ inches), original wrappers.

£15.00

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BURY ST EDMUNDS: ORDNANCE SURVEY: Road Map of Bury St. Edmunds and Ipswich. Sheet 25 Hill Shaded. Scale 1/2 inch to the mile.

Item No. 18395

Item No. 18395

Southampton: Ordnance Survey, 1914. Coloured map mounted on linen and folding into the original wrappers. 30 x 21 inches. Very good.

£15.00

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CALSHOT: MURLEY, CLARE and FRED: Waterside. A Pictorial Past. Calshot, Fawley, Hythe, Marchwood.

Southampton: Ensign Publications, 1992. Reprint. Illustrated in black & white. 10 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches wide, pp.96, softcover; slight bump to corner of back cover, generally a very good copy.

£10.00

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CAMBRIDGE: ORDNANCE SURVEY: Geological Survey of England and Wales. Geological map Sheet LI ( 51 ). Country around Cambridge.

Item No. 14400

London: Ordnance Survey, 1881. Hand-coloured geological map dissected and mounted on linen, 21 1/2 x 14 inches overall; reverse dusty & foxed..

£30.00

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CHRISTCHURCH: AUCTION PARTICULARS: "Hengistbury House" 35 Purewell, Christchurch, Hants.

Item No. 14800

27th Sept. 1939 With Gardener's Cottage and about 8 acres. 4to (11 ½ x 8 ¾ inches), original wrappers with applied photograph of the property. (2 copies).

£10.00

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CHRISTCHURCH: AUCTION PARTICULARS: "Purewell Cross", Christchurch.

Item No. 14802

Item No. 14802

Oct. 11, 1922. 7 acres. Photograph of property, folding coloured plan. 4to (9 ¾ x 7 ¼ inches), original wrappers.

£10.00

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CHRISTCHURCH: AUCTION PARTICULARS: "Roseacre" Pauntley Road, Mudeford, Christchurch.

Item No. 14811

20th Sept. 1939. 4to (10 x 7 ½ inches), original wrappers with photograph.

£10.00

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CHRISTCHURCH: AUCTION PARTICULARS: Christchurch, Hants. Valuable Business Premises, Nos. 15 & 15a Castle Street.

Item No. 14826

Item No. 14826

18th June 1907. Folio (17 ½ x 12 inches), folded and creased. With 2 copies of the folded coloured plan.

£15.00

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CHRISTCHURCH: AUCTION PARTICULARS: Priory Estate, Christchurch.

Item No. 14816

Item No. 14816

24th April 1923. 19 plots with frontages to Douglas Avenue, together with the Market Garden & accommodation land having frontage to the River Stour. 8 acres. 4to (13 x 8 inches) & (11x 8 ½ inches), original wrappers. Two brochures, one with large coloured folding plan.

£20.00

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CHRISTCHURCH-TWYNHAM: WALCOTT, MACKENZIE E. C: Memorials of Christchurch-Twynham, Hants, Past and Present, with a ground plan of the Priory Church. 2nd Edition Considerably Enlarged.

Item No. 14738

Item No. 14738

Christchurch: W. Tucker & Son, 1868. Frontispiece plan. Small 8vo (6 3/4 x 4 1/4 inches), 110-pages plus two pages of advertisements & tipped-in Corrigenda. Original plum blindstamped cloth gilt; binding unevenly faded and damp mottled; internally excellent. £35.00

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COOKHAM: DARBY, STEPHEN: Chapters in the History of Cookham, Berkshire.

Item No. 18196

Privately Printed, 1909. Plates. 8vo (9 1/8 x 6 inches), pages: x:338, original cloth, top edge gilt others uncut. Binding very faded and with splits to backstrip. Contemporary name & address on front free endpaper. Internally very good.

£75.00

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CORRIEYAIRACK PASS: GENTLEMAN, DAVID (b. 1930; designer): Poster - Shell Guide to the Roads of Britain: the Corrieyairack Pass. Colour process engraving and letterpress print. Design by David Gentleman.

Item No. 14151

Printed in England by C. Nicholls & Co. for Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd., 1965. Colour printed poster, 74 x 51 cm, complete with top and bottom metal strips and hanging loop. Almost fine.

£35.00

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DAMERHAM and MARTIN: POOLE, E.H. LANE: Damerham & Martin, A Study in Local History.

Item No. 17295

Tisbury: Compton Russell, 1976. First edition. Specially bound copy. Illustrations. 8vo (9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches), 230-pages. Publisher's [?] quarter green morocco, marbled boards; original dust jacket bound-in. Two small brown marks to edge of text block else excellent.

£30.00

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DARTMOOR FOREST: WOOD, W. (Publisher): Map of the whole of Dartmoor Forest.

Item No. 17983

Item No. 17983

Devonport: W. Wood, c. 1880. Engraved map 29 1/2 x 15 inches, folding within the original orange printed wrappers. Holed at 2 intersections with some loss. Wrappers edge rubbed.

£15.00

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DERBYSHIRE: BADMIN, S.R. (1906-1989; designer): Shell Guide to Derbyshire poster with large coloured illustration by Badmin.

Item No. 12712

Engraved and Printed by Henry Stone & Son, Banbury, England for Shell circa 1950's. Poster 29 x 20 inches. Some very light damp marking, one corner chipped, short tear into one blank margin; would frame well.

£20.00

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DERBYSHIRE: DEANS, JOSEPH: Melbourne Church (Derbyshire).

Item No. 13956

London: W.J. Cleaver, 1843. First edition. 5 plates. Title in red & black. 8vo (9 x 5 3/4 inches), original brown ribbed cloth blocked in gilt; plate margins discoloured, headband chipped, 1 1/2 inch split to cloth of upper joint. The binding overall bright and attractive.

£25.00

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DERBYSHIRE: GEOGRAPHIA LTD (Publisher): [Derbyshire]: The Authentic Route Map & Guide and Advertiser's Directory for Beeston, Long Eaton, Loughborough, Melton Mowbray, Oakham, Sandiacre, Shepshed and Stapleford.

Item No. 18394

Item No. 18394

Geographia, c.1930's. Coloured folding map, 40 x 30 inches. Holed at some intersections, folding into the original wrappers with 14-page trade directory and 'telephone calls account' at end. Wrappers dusty and edge chipped.

£14.00

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DEVON: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's County Map of Devon showing all the Railways and names of Stations also Villages, Turnpike Roada, Gentlemen's Seats etc.

Item No. 18382

Item No. 18382

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1890. Coloured folding map, 20 1/2 x 22 3/4 inches, folding into the original wrapper. Wrappers chipped & soiled.

£25.00

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DEVONSHIRE: MOORE, THOMAS: The History of Devonshire from the earliest period to the present. Illustrated by a series of views drawn & engraved by & under the direction of William Deeble.

Item No. 18799

Item No. 18799

Item No. 18799

Item No. 18799

Item No. 18799

London: Robert Jennings, 1829. First edition, Large Paper with the plates on India Paper. Two volumes 4to (11 x 9 inches), 629-pages plus index. Engraved titles, hand-coloured engraved map, hand-coloured plan of the city of Exeter and 90 steel engraved views on India Paper.

Contemporary full tan morocco; rubbed & scuffed, 4-inch crack to lower outer joint of Volume 1. Map trimmed by binder on lower margin just affecting engraved border, map & city plan offset on text. Margins of plate leaves foxed however the India Paper images largely unaffected.

£250.00

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DORSET: ALECTO HISTORICAL EDITIONS [Publishers]. THE DE LUXE ISSUE: The Domesday Book - Dorset. A new and faithful facsimile of the manuscript, complete translations, extensive indices and maps. Dorset section. Published at the invitation of the Public Record Office, in the 900th Anniversary Year of Domesday.

London: Alecto Historical Editions, 1988 Three large folio volumes comprising: The Dorset Domesday Introduction & Translation; The Dorset Domesday Folios and Maps; & Domesday Book Studies. Folding maps in endpocket, coloured facsimile plates of the manuscript. 3 volumes folio, original three-quarter cream cloth over brown boards. The de luxe issue with the three volumes contained within the original drop-down book-box (rather than the usual slipcase), this quarter crimson simulated leather over red cloth boards, spine boldly lettered in gilt. With large cloth-backed printed board dedicating this work to Elizabeth II, a three-fold red cloth over board lectern on which to display the volumes with leaf of printed instructions.

This set being number 253 of an edition of 1000 copies. A sumptuous most attractive work in truly excellent condition; as new.

Heavy, extra postage will be requested.

£100.00

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DORSET: JONES, MARY: Cerne Abbas, the Story of a Dorset Village.

Item No. 18626

London: George Allen & Unwin, 1952. First edition. Portrait, plates. 8vo (7 1/2 x 5 inches), 143-pages, original cloth, front free endpaper removed else good in edge worn dust jacket.

£15.00

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DORSET: KELLY'S (Publisher): Kelly's Directory of Dorsetshire 1915.

Item No. 18399

Item No. 18399

London: Kelly's Directories, 1915. Folding coloured map. Tall 8vo (10 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches), 370-pages plus partly illustrated advertisements. Original red cloth blocked in blind and gilt. Inner joints split, title and folding map detached. Title foxed, several splits to folds of map but with no loss, corners rubbed otherwise good.

£65.00

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DORSET: KELLY'S DIRECTORIES [Publisher]: Kelly's Directory of Dorsetshire. 1931.

London: Kelly's Directories Ltd. 1931. Folding coloured map. Tall 8vo (10 1/2 x 7 inches), 388-pages plus advertisements. Original red grained cloth blocked in gilt. Binding dulled, headbands a little rubbed, title marked, short tear to map without loss. Overall a good sound copy.

£35.00

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DORSET: HALL, SIDNEY: Dorsetshire. One of the Series of folding County Maps engraved by Sidney Hall and published by Chapman & Hall at 1/6.

Item No. 14740

London: Chapman & Hal, circa 1830. Engraved hand coloured folding map dissected on linen. 10 x 8 inches folding to 4 1/4 x 3 1/2 inches within the original cloth covers lettered in gilt, with printed list of available maps on front pastedown; good. The Mail roads are coloured blue, the Coach roads, brown, and the County Divisions, red.

£20.00

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DORSET: ROGERS, ASHLEY C. [Editor]: The Dorset Year Book for 1947-48. Forty-First Year of Issue.

Published by The Society of Dorset Men, 1948. Illustrated in black & white with a reproduction of Kelly's Map of Dorsetshire folded at front. 4to, pp.180, original paper-wrappers; top of spine slightly chipped; some pages slightly browned; generally very good.

£18.00

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DORSET: ROGERS, ASHLEY C. [Editor]: The Dorset Year Book for 1945-46. Thirty-Ninth Year of Issue.

Published by The Society of Dorset Men, 1946. Black & white illustrations. 4to, pp.342, original paper-wrappers; wrappers browned and marked; tears along side of spine; pages browned; binding staples rusty; ink ownership stamp to title-page.

£15.00

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DORSET: MUDGE, LT. COL: Ordnance Survey - Sheet XVII - Part of Dorset: Charmouth to West Lulworth, with Portland to the south and Charminster to the north. Scale 1 mile to the inch.

Item No. 18203

Lt. Col. Mudge, Tower: 10th April 1811. Engraved at the Drawing Room in the Tower by Benj'n Baker & Assistants. The Writing by Eben. Bourne. Overall 31 1/2 x 25 3/4 inches

£55.00

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DEVON: MUDGE, LT. COL: The Second Part of the General Survey of England and Wales containing the whole of Devon and a portion of the adjoining Counties, done by the Surveyors of His Majestie's Ordnance under the Direction of Lt. Col. Mudge, The Royal Artillery, F.R.S.

Item No. 18202

Item No. 18202

Item No. 18202

Item No. 18202

Item No. 18202

Lt.Col. Mudge, Tower: 11th Oct. 1809. Engraved at the Drawing Room in the Tower by Benj'n Baker & Assistants. The Writing by Eben. Bourne. Scale 1 inch to the mile. Engraved title sheet and 8 double-page map sheets (numbered XX - XXVII). Each map sheet 24 1/2 x 36 1/2 inches which if joined would form a composite map of 98 x 73 inches with an engraved border. Some folds, occasional very light damp-marking, some minor marginal damage, overall good.

£450.00

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DEVON & CORNWALL: GEOGRAPHIA LTD. (publishers): "Geographia" 10 Sheet Contour Road Map of England. Sheet 8, Devon & Cornwall. Scale 3 miles to 1 inch.

Item No. 14427

London: Geographia Ltd. circa 1920. Coloured folding map dissected and mounted on linen, 31 x 40 inches, folding within the printed card covers; very good indeed.

£15.00

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DUNDEE: MILLAR, A.H: Glimpses of Old and New Dundee.

Item No. 14885

Dundee: Malcolm C. MacLeod, 1925. First edition. 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches), 192-pages plus advertisements. Original cloth; foxing to prelims. else good in browned and scuffed dustwrapper which is now protected by a removable plastic sleeve.

£50.00

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EBBLE RIVER: FERGUSSON, BARBARA: The Ebble River. The Ebble, Chele or Chalk.

Item No. 16164

Salisbury: Wake Press, 1997. First edition. Illustrations. 4to (12 x 8 1/2 inches), 80-pages, original cloth; signature on front free endpaper else very good in like dust jacket.

£20.00

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EDINBURGH: BARTHOLOMEW, JOHN: Bartholomew's Post Office Plan of Edinburgh & Leith. Scale 6 inches to Mile. With inset Map showing full extent of Greater Edinburg.

Item No. 18069

Item No. 18069

Edinburgh: John Bartholomew & Son, 1940-1941. Folding map 50 x 40 1/2 inches, folding within original wrappers; very good.

£15.00

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ENGLAND: HISSEY, JAMES JOHN: A Tour in a Phaeton Through the Eastern Counties.

London: Richard Bentley, 1889. First edition. 16 plates and a folding map of the route. 8vo (9 x 5 1/2 inches), 403-pages, original pictorial green cloth. Stitching cracked here and there with one gathering slightly proud but not loose. Binding poor & stained and library label removed from upper cover.

£15.00

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ENGLAND: GEOGRAPHIA LTD. (publishers): "Geographia" 10 Sheet Contour Road Map of England. Sheet 1 Northumberland and Adjacent Counties. Scale 3 miles to 1 inch.

Item No. 14423

London: Geographia Ltd. circa 1920. Coloured folding map dissected and mounted on linen, 31 x 40 inches, folding within the printed card covers; very good indeed.

£15.00

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ENGLAND & WALES: BETTS, JOHN: Betts's New Railway and Commercial Map of England and Wales on which the various Lines of Railroad .... are carefully laid down .... and the situations of the CIties, Market Towns and Principal Villages accurately & clearly described.

Item No. 8443

London: John Betts, 1846. Large hand-coloured engraved map dissected into 36 sections and mounted on cloth as issued. Size overall 37 1/4 x 31 inches. With printed title label to reverse. Enclosed in the original edge worn slipcase. Generally very good indeed.

£120.00

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ENGLAND & WALES: CRUCHLEY, G.F: Cruchley's Improved Geographical Companion throughout England and Wales, including part of Scotland.

Item No. 14419

London: G. F. Cruchley, 1827. Engraved map, hand-coloured in outline, dissected on linen, 38 1/2 x 27 inches, some browning, some spliting of linen not affecting map sheets. Folding within marbled covers bearing engraved label; this label damaged and repaired with stamp edging, in the original worn & chipped slipcase.

£150.00

Item No. 14419

Item No. 14419

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ENGLAND & WALES: WHITBY & SCOTT [Publishers]: Diocese Map of England & Wales.

London: Whitby & Scott, circa 1871. Fully coloured folding map, 21 x 24 inches, folding within the original cloth covers. The map with marginal short tears on upper margin, with some splits on folds but no loss. Population tables on reverse of map based on the 1871 Census.

£35.00

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ENGLAND & WALES: LEWIS, SAMUEL: A Map of England and Wales ....... showing the Principal Roads, Railways, Rivers and Canals.Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, with the Distance of each Town from the General Post Office, London.

Item No. 15532

London: S. Lewis, 1840. Projected from the Triangulation for the Survey made under the Direction of the Honorable Board of Ordnance on a Scale of Five Miles to an Inch, and Corrected to the Present Time. Drawn by R. Creighton. Engraved by J. Dower.

A very large hand coloured engraved map of England and Wales overall 70 x 83 inches, in 4 sections, each sheet 35 x 41.5 inches, dissected and mounted on linen. Large calligraphic title, explanation, large engraved view of the General Post Office, table of Dioceses with crests, all within an engraved border.

Each of the 4 sheets folding to 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 1/4 inches) and bound full dark burgundy grained calf, elaborate gilt borders to sides, spines with gilt ornaments and lettered in gilt " Lewis' Map of England and Wales - Lewis - N.W. Division", "N. E. Division", "S. W. Division" & "S. E. Division".

Handsomely bound and in excellent condition, both maps & bindings.

£500.00

Item No. 15532

Item No. 15532

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ESSEX: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's County Map of Essex showing all the Railways and names of Stations also Villages, Turnpike Roads, Gentlemen's Seats etc.

Item No. 18388

Item No. 18388

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1890. Coloured folding map disected on linen, 20 1/2 x 22 3/4 inches, folding into the original cloth wrapper. Holed on some intersections; wrapper soiled, reverse dusty.

£15.00

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FORDINGBRIDGE: LIGHT, ANTHONY & PONTING, GERALD: Fordingbridge in Old Picture Postcards.

Item No. 16506

Zaltbommel, The Netherlands: European Library, 2002. 76-plates (1 per page) with descriptive text. Oblong 8vo (8 1/4 x 6 inches), original laminated boards; fine.

£18.00

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GLASGOW: M'URE, JOHN: The History of Glasgow. A new edition, with notes and illustrations, and an Appendix.

Item No. 17794

Glasgow: D. Macvean, 1830. Facsimile of the 1736 edition. Three plates and illustrations in the text; lacks the portrait of the author). 8vo (9 1/2 x 6 inches), 376-pages, later cloth-backed boards with printed label, uncut. Some foxing to prelims, a little marginal damp marking, a few pages roughly opened, endpapers tanned.

£40.00

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GLOUCESTERSHIRE: ALECTO HISTORICAL EDITIONS [Publishers]: The Gloucestershire Domesday.

London: Alecto Historical Editions, 1988. No. 6 of a numbered limited edition of 1000 copies. Three volumes comprising: The Gloucestershire Domesday. Folios and Maps. Gloucestershire Folios 162-170. Double-page coloured map and large folding map in endpocket and 18 coloured facsimiles of the original manuscript relating to Gloucestershire. The second volume (dated 1987) is "The Gloucestershire Domesday" volume of descriptive text, commentary, notes, index etc. The third volume (dated 1987) comprises "Domesday Book Studies" Illustrations, pp. 179. Three volumes folio, original cream cloth-backed brown boards in the original slipcase. Apart from a tape mark on one upper board this is a fine set.

Heavy, extra postage will be requested. Weight 5 kg.

£80.00

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GREAT BRITAIN: McCORQUODALE (Publisher): The Railway and Commercial Gazetteer of England, Scotland, & Wales (Nineteenth Edition) containing a complete list ... of every Railway Station, Town, Village, Hamlet, Parish and Place in Great Britain ...."Through Rates" routes for Merchandise ........

Item No. 18613

London: McCorquodale & Co. 1938. Large 8vo (10 x 6 1/4 inches), 724-pages. Original red blindstamped grained cloth lettered in gilt. An exceptional copy, the binding truly excellent and retaining its original sheen.

£25.00

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HAMPSHIRE: ALECTO HISTORICAL EDITIONS - PUBLISHERS. THE LIMITED DE LUXE COUNTY ISSUE: The Domesday Book - Hampshire. A new and faithful facsimile of the manuscript, complete translations, extensive indices and maps. Dorset section. Published at the invitation of the Public Record Office, in the 900th Anniversary Year of Domesday.

Item No. 16618

Item No. 16618

London: Alecto Historical Editions, 1988 Three large folio volumes comprising: The Hampshire Domesday Introduction & Translation; The Hampshire Domesday Folios and Maps; & Domesday Book Studies. Folding maps in endpocket, coloured facsimile plates of the manuscript. 3 volumes folio, original three-quarter cream cloth over brown boards. The de luxe issue with the three volumes contained within the solander box (rather than the usual slipcase), this quarter crimson morocco over red cloth boards, spine boldly lettered in gilt. With a large folding map of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight according to the Domesday Book. Number 679 of a limited edition of 1000 (all issues, the de luxe issue would have formed only a small part of the overall run). 17 x 12 1/4 x 3 1/2 inches; weight 6.4 kg. With loosely inserted a letter from the publishers to the original purchaser showing that the price paid was £495.00

£150.00

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HAMPSHIRE: WARD, W.R. [Editor]: Parson and Parish in Eighteenth-Century Hampshire: Replies to Bishops' Vivitations. Hampshire Record Series Volume XIII.

Item No. 13119

Winchester: Hampshire County Council, 1995. 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches), 384-pages, original cloth; fine in dustwrapper.

£10.00

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HAMPSHIRE: HEWETSON, JOHN, ARCHITECT: Architectural and Picturesque Views of the Noble Mansions in Hampshire.

Item No. 4461

[London: James Carpenter] ca. 1830. Two of the 5 parts issued, bound without the wrappers. 10 plates lithographed by Hullmandel with leaves of descriptive text. The plates comprise views of Hackwood Park, Rookesbury, The Grange, Stoneham Park, The Vine, Avington, Worthy Park, Broadlands, Weston Grove, & Stratton Park.

Some foxing, generally sound. This very rare work was published in 5 parts and comprised 25 plates. 4to (15 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches), contemporary half calf; spine chipped, upper cover detached.

£250.00

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HAMPSHIRE: SALE PARTICULARS: Hampshire - Test Valley. Timsbury Manor Estate. An Attractive Residential and Sporting Property, with an Extremely Well Appointed Country House, Dairy Farm. 10 Cottages, 318 acres. which Strutt & Parker will sel by auction 25th July 1958.

Item No. 17997

Item No. 17997

3 photographic plates and very large coloured plan. Small folio (12 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches), 30-pages, original wrappers, stain to lower edge of upper wrapper else good.

£38.00

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HAMPSHIRE: SALE PARTICULARS: Hampshire between Winchester and Romsey Particulars and Plans of Important Freehold Estates forming the Heathcote Estates and comprising some 3,650 Acres.

Item No. 17992

Item No. 17992

Capital Sporting Properties ... Numerous Compact Farms with convenient Houses & Homesteads...Fishing Rights ... which will be sold at auction by Farebrother, Ellis, Clark on 23rd July 1891. Folio (17 1/2 x 11 1/4 inches), 12-pages. with two very large coloured folding plans. Folded, some creasing. Tear to one fold of one map.

£80.00

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HAMPSHIRE: SALE PARTICULARS: Hampshire. Valuable Freehold Estates extending over about 582 Acres - the whole situated in the several parishes of Lockerley, East Dean, & Mottisfont.

Item No. 17994

Comprising the Lockerley Manor Farm, Mount Pleasant Farm, Green Farm, Butter's Wood Farm and various cottage properties which will be sold by Messrs. Daniel Smith & Son on 24th August 1861. Folio (161/2 x 10 inches), 18-pages. 8 coloured plans, some folding. Last leaf severely defectice, some wear and chipping to fore-margins, a few tears with a little loss

£55.00

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HAMPSHIRE: SALE PARTICULARS: Hampshire: Totton, Marchwood, Hounsdown and Winsor. Freehold, Copyhold, and Leasehold Property ... Commodious Business Premises, a Good Farm of about 53 acres ... sale by Auction by Mr. B. Chigwell, 11th Oct. 1882.

Item No. 17995

Folio (17 1/2 x 11 1/4 inches), 5-pages, folded.

£15.00

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HAMPSHIRE: SALE PARTICULARS: Hants near Winchester. Particulars ... of the Important Agricultural & Sporting Estate known as Berrydown Farm situate in the Parish or Farley Chamberlayne ... 750 Acres ... Small Farm Residence .... 3 cottages. For sale by auction by Messrs. Walton & Lee .

Item No. 17991

12th July 1890. Folio (13 x 8 1/4 inches), 7-pages, original printed wrappers. Wrappers folded and dusty. Lacks plan.

£15.00

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HAMPSHIRE & DORSET:GEOGRAPHIA LTD. (publishers): "Geographia" 10 Sheet Contour Road Map of England. Sheet 9, Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire and Adjacent Counties. Scale 3 miles to 1 inch.

Item No. 14428

London: Geographia Ltd. circa 1920. Coloured folding map dissected and mounted on linen, 31 x 40 inches, folding within the printed card covers; very good indeed.

£15.00

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HAMPSHIRE & ISLE OF WIGHT: WHITE, WILLIAM: History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Hampshire, and The Isle of Wight, comprising General Historical Surveys of the County & Island, and of the Diocese of Winchester ... of the Town and County of Southampton ... the populous Port ... of Portsmouth ... etc.

London: William White, & Simpkin, Marshall,1859. 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches), 664-pages. Original brown blindstamped cloth; at some time recased with new sympathetic endpapers. One leaf detached, stitching a little cracked at a few gutters but firm. Some foxing. Lacking the folding map.

£50.00

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HAMPSHIRE & ISLE OF WIGHT: ST. GEORGE, SIR HENRY: G.D. SQUIB [Editor]: The Visitation of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight 1686.

London: for the Harleian Society, 1991. New Series, Volume 10. Tall 8vo, pp.xvi:274, original burgundy cloth lettered in gilt, no dustwrapper; a small, neat ink name on front free-endpaper, else an excellent copy.

£15.00

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HAMPSTEAD: BARRATT, THOMAS J: The Annals of Hampstead. In three volumes. With over five hundred illustrations. Limited Edition.

Item No. 15608

London: Lionel Leventhal in association with the Camden History Society, 1972. Facsimile of the edition of 1912. Limited Subscriber's Edition, this being No. 2 of 150. Three volumes 4to (11 x 9 inches), original blue cloth; fine in scuffed and faded pictorial slipcase. Large folding plate in endpocket of volume 2. Very heavy; extra postage will be requested.

£60.00

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HAMPSTEAD: MAXWELL, ANNA: Hampstead its Historic Houses, its Literary and Artistic Associations.

Item No. 13689

London: James Clarke, n.d. circa 1910. Plates, some coloured. 8vo (8 3/4 x 7 inches), 269:(3)-pages, original grey cloth armorially blocked in colours. 1 plate detached. Binding a little marked, prelims. with foxing. Overall good.

£15.00

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HEREFORD: CRUCHLEY, G.F: Cruchley's Railway Map of Hereford Showing all the Railways & names of Stations, Also the Telegraph Lines & Stations. Improved from the Ordnance Surveys.

Item No. 14382

Item No. 14382

London: G.F. Cruchley, 81 Fleet Street, 1855. Map, hand coloured in outline, 23 x 20 1/2 inches, folding within the original orange printed wrappers, 7 x 4 1/4 inches. Wrappers chipped and marked, some light brwning to the map, a few short edge tearswithout los, some light creasing. County map.

£30.00

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HERTFORD: ORDNANCE SURVEY: Ordnance Survey map Sheet un-numbered. Hertford - Great Totham, Bassingbourne - Long Melford.

London: Ordnance Survey, 1875. Uncoloured map dissected and mounted on linen, 37 1/2 x 25 inches overall, Linen holded at intersections of folds not affecting the map panels otherwise good.

£30.00

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HERTFORD: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's County Map of Hertford showing all the Railways and names of Stations also Villages, Turnpike Roads, Gentlemen's Seats etc.

Item No. 18387

Item No. 18387

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1890. Coloured folding map, 20 1/2 x 22 3/4 inches, folding into the original wrapper. Torn on one fold without loss.Wrappers split at spine.

£15.00

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THE HIGHLANDS: HARDIVILLER, CHARLES ACHILLE D': Souvenirs des Highlands Voyage a la suite de Henri V en 1832.

Item No. 17049

Item No. 17049

Item No. 17049

Item No. 17049

Item No. 17049

Paris: Dentu, 1835. Parts 2 & 3 (of 3). Text. pages 49-137. 20 litho plates, original wrappers to both parts. 4to (14 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches). The two parts stitched together, some plates foxed and with browning to upper margins and fore-margins.

£125.00

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HOLYROOD: ANDERSON, D. [Publisher]: A Souvenir of the Abbey and Palace. Holyrood.

Item No. 13426

Edinburgh: D. Anderson, 1849. 10 steel engraved plates. 4to (11 x 8 3/4 inches), original engraved pictorial yellow tissue wrappers. Foxed throughout, wrappers corner chipped and lacking backstrip.

Considering how fragle the tissue-wrappers are it is remarkable that they have survived at all.

£30.00

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HURSLEY: RAWDON, STAN: A Portrait of Hursley.

Item No. 18352

Hursley: By the Author, 2002. Plates. 8vo (9 x 7 inches), 192-pages. Softback. Original coloured glazed wrappers; fine. Inscribed by the author.

£14.00

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INVERNESS-SHIRE: ROSOMAN, LEONARD: Inverness-shire. Poster, forming one of a series of Shell County Guides. Colour process engraving and letterpress print. Design by Leonard Rosoman.

Item No. 14163

Printed in England by C. Nicholls & Co.for Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd., 1964. Colour printed poster, 74 x 51 cm, complete with top and bottom metal strips and hanging loop.Slightest of edge wear, metal hanging loop bent; overall excellent.

£45.00

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IRELAND: HALL, MR & MRS S. C: Ireland: its Scenery, Character, etc. In three volumes. A New Edition.

Item No. 17691

London: Hall, Virtue & Co. ca. 1850. Three volumes, small 4to (10 x 7 inches), pages: xii:436; viii:468; & viii:512. Engraved frontispieces to 2 volumes, hand-coloured engraved map of Ireland as frontispiece to third volume, engraved extra titles to all three and letterpress titles within pictorial border. Engraved plates and vignette illustrations throughout together with 18 engraved county maps of which 17 hand-coloured. Contemporary half green calf. pebble grained cloth sides. The spines decorated in gilt on raised bands with burgundy lettering and numbering pieces, top edges gilt, the spines intricately decorated in blind. Some foxing and browning within, damp mark to two plates.

Overall a very well and strongly bound attractive set in very good condition. Handsome. 19th Century signature of William Limmer on front fly. Very heavy; extra postage will be requested.

£245.00

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KENT: KELLY & CO: Map of Kent.

London: Kelly & Co. Post Office Directory Office, circa 1900. Large folding uncoloured map, 39 1/2 x 26 3/4 inches. Holed at some intersections of folds with some loss, marginal annotations, one route inked in in blue, some browning; reverse dust-marked.

£15.00

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KENT: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's Railway and Station Map of the County of Kent. Note: These superior County Maps give the Name of every Station, also the Name of the Company each Railway belongs to.

Item No. 18376

Item No. 18376

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1880. Coloured folding map, 20 1/2 x 22 3/4 inches, folding into the original edge chipped wrapper. Split on folds, holed at intersections.

£20.00

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KENT: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's County Map of Kent showing all the Railways and names of Stations also Villages, Turnpike Roada, Gentlemen's Seats etc.

Item No. 18383

Item No. 18383

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1890. Coloured folding map, 20 1/2 x 22 3/4 inches, folding into the original wrapper. Wrappers soiled.

£20.00

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LANCASHIRE: ROBY, J: Traditions of Lancashire.

Item No. 13357

London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1829. First edition. Engraved & printed titles. Engraved plates. Two volumes 8vo (8 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches), pages: 329 & 330:(1, an advertisement for the 2nd Series). Contemporary full green straight grained calf, ornamental gilt border to sides, spines gilt in compartments with burgundy lettering piece. Foxing to the plates, occasionally heavy, one corner scuffed. Overall a hansome well bound copy.

£100.00

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LAVERSTOCK: PORTAL, SIR WILLIAM: The Manors and Churches of Laverstoke and Freefolk in Hampshire.

Item No. 3184

Reprinted from the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society's Papers and Proceedings, 1908. Plates, 8vo, pp.13, contemporary thre-quarter parchment lettered in gilt. Inscribed by the author "Harold Hubbard from his affectionate uncle William Portal Christmas 1923".

£30.00

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LONDON: Bacon's Large-Print Map of London Suburbs, With Guide.

Item No. 17731

London: Bacon, c. 1890. Large coloured folding map, 37 x 28 inches, mounted on linen. Folding within the original red cloth covers together with the 64-page street index & illustrated advertisements. Binding a little faded, overall sound.

£31.00

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LONDON: FEARNSIDE, WILLIAM GRAY, & HARREL, THOMAS: The Great Metropolis; or, Views and History of London in the Nineteenth Century: being a Grand National Exhibition of the British Capital.

Item No. 18068

Item No. 18068

London: D. Omer Smith, n.d. c. 1860. Engraved frontispiece, extra engraved title and 31 enraved plates( correct as plates list). The list of plates is headed by "The Great Exhibition Building" (with no position within the volume given); this may refer to an earlier issue which had an illustration of the Exhibition building on the front cover. 8vo (10 x 6 1/4 inches). 219-pages, original red cloth blocked in blind and gilt; upper inner joint pulled, 4-inch split to outer upper hinge. Hedabands worn, internally very good.

£75.00

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LONDON: REYNOLDS, JAMES (Publisher): The Oarsman's and Angler's Map of the River Thames from its Source to London Bridge. One Inch to the Mile. New edition.

Item No. 18204

Item No. 18204

London: James Reynolds, 1889. Coloured panoramic map on 27 sections mounted on linen and folding within the original cloth covers. Overall length approx. 106 inches. At one time the binding damp; the 8-pages of text tanned and loose otherwise good. The first section of the map has come away from its linen backing but still joined to the second section and is good. The binding tired. The map in good sound condition with just a few old marginal annotations.

£60.00

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LONDON: WALLIS, EDWARD: Wallis's Guide for Strangers Through London, 1846.

Item No. 15386

Item No. 15386

London: E. Wallis, 1846. Engraved plan with original hand-colouring, with title and alphabetical list of the principal streets below. Dissected on linen as issued. 28 3/4 x 22 1/4 inches overall, folding into the original green gilt slipcase, 6 x 4 1/2 inches. The plan with some foxing to the cloth backing on the reverse else in superb condition. Cloth lifting to one side of the slipcase else this also in excellent condition.

£500.00

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LONDON: WHITELAW, L. (Publisher): Grand Panorama of London from the Thames. Extending from New Houses of Parliament to Greenwich Hospital: Eighteen-feet in Length.

Item No. 18166

Item No. 18166

Item No. 18166

Item No. 18166

Item No.18166

London: Whitelaw, 1849. Engraved panorama 18 feet x 5 3/4 inches. Folding within the original purple cloth grained covers (7 x 6 inches) blocked in blind and pictorially blocked in gilt; title in purple and green within. Name & date, 1849, on verso of last leaf. Some spotting to the boards, very short tear to margin of one fold. Overall very good and very clean.

£580.00

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LONDON: ORDNANCE SURVEY: Geological Survey of England and Wales. Geological map Sheet VII ( 7 ) London & Northwest.

Item No. 14408

London: Ordnance Survey, circa 1876. Hand-coloured geological map dissected and mounted on linen, 38 1/4 x 24 1/2 inches overall, reverse dusty & foxed., folding into cloth-backed marbled boards with hand-written label.

£30.00

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LONDON: KEEN, ROBINSON & CO. (Publishers): Gossip about London City 1742-1892. Presented in Commemoration of their Third Jubilee by Keen, Robinson & Co.

Item No. 14940

London: Keen, Robinson & Co. 1892. Plates (including reproductions of their advertisements for Keen's Mustard over the years). Small 8vo (7 x 5 1/4 inches), 63-pages. Original green cloth gilt; a very good copy.

£15.00

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LONDON: KNIGHT, CHARLES: London. Revised and Corrected to the Present Time by E. Walford.

Item No. 8929

London: Virtue, n.d. Volumes 1, 2, 4, 5, & 6 (of 6); lacking volume 3. Extra engraved pictorial titles, illustrated with steel plates and wood engravings throughout. 5 volumes tall 8vo, contemporary half crimson morocco, as little rubbedf but generally well and strongly bound. Some damp-marking to one cover. Attractive on the shelf and very clean internally.

£50.00

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LONDON: GEOGRAPHIA LTD. (publishers): "Geographia" 10 Sheet Contour Road Map of England. Sheet 10: London & South Eastern Counties. Scale 3 miles to 1 inch.

Item No. 14429

London: Geographia Ltd. circa 1920. Coloured folding map dissected and mounted on linen, 31 x 40 inches, folding within the printed card covers; very good indeed.

£15.00

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LUTTERWORTH: ORDNANCE SURVEY: Geological Survey of England and Wales. Geological map Sheet LXIII (63) S.E. Lutterworth etc.

Item No. 14402

London: Ordnance Survey, 1859 (but railways inserted 1887). Hand-coloured geological map dissected and mounted on linen, 17 3/4 x 14 inches overall, reverse dusty & foxed.

£30.00

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MANCHESTER & GLASGOW: HARPER, CHARLES G: The Manchester and Glasgow Road, This Way to Gretna Green. Illustrated by the Author, and from Old-Time Prints and Pictures.

London: Chapman & Hall, 1907. First edition. Two volumes. 8vo, pp. xix358 & xiii:332, original tan cloth pictorially blocked in black. Apart from a few tape-marks to free endpapers it would be difficult to find a nicer copy, very fresh, clean, & bright.

£60.00

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MIDLANDS: GEOGRAPHIA LTD. (publishers): "Geographia" 10 Sheet Contour Road Map of England. Sheet 6, Midland Counties. Scale 3 miles to 1 inch.

Item No.14426

London: Geographia Ltd. circa 1920. Coloured folding map dissected and mounted on linen, 31 x 40 inches, folding within the printed card covers; very good indeed.

£15.00

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MIDLOTHIAN: ROSOMAN, LEONARD (1913-2012; designer): Midlothian. Poster, forming one of a series of Shell County Guides. Colour process engraving and letterpress. Design by Leonard Rosoman.

Item No. 15160

Banbury: Engraved & Printed by Henry Stone & Son for Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd., [ 1961 ]. Colour printed poster, 74 x 51 cm, complete with top and bottom metal strips and hanging loop. A little light edge creasing, hanging loop bent, else almost fine.

£45.00

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MOMOUTH: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's Railway and Station Map of the County of Monmouth. Note: These superior County Maps give the Name of every Station, also the Name of the Company each Railway belongs to.

Item No. 18387

Item No. 18387

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1880. Coloured folding map, 20 1/2 x 22 3/4 inches, folding into the original edge chipped wrapper. Two sections separated, holed at intersections. Name and date '85 on upper wrapper.

£20.00

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NEW FOREST: SALE PARTICULARS: Canterton in the New Forest one mile from Brook, Bramshaw and Cadnam. Freehold Estate to be sold by auction.

Item No. 17998

October 20th 1845. at the Green Dragon Inn, Brook. Dwelling House, Outbuildings, 4 a rich pasture ... orchard. Sale notice 21 1/2 x 15 1/2 inches, some yellowing, folds.

£40.00

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NEWMARKET: HARPER, CHARLES G: The Newmarket, Bury, Thetford, and Cromer Road. Sport and History on an East Anglian Turnpike. Illustrated by the Author, and from Old-Time Prints and Pictures.

Item No. 9038

London: Chapman & Hall, 1904. First edition. 8vo, pp. xx:358, original orange cloth pictorially blocked in black; binding unattractively damp-mottled, top edge dusty, upper fore-corner of front free endpaper cut away, generally internally good.

£14.00

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NORFOLK: Ordnance Survey Contoured Road Map of Cromer. Popular Edition - Scale one inch to one mile. Sheet 58.

Item No. 17986

Southampton: Ordnance Survey, 1922. Map folding within the original red & black pictorial wrappers. Name on upper wrapper.

£10.00

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NORTHAMPTONSHIRE: WHITAKER, HAROLD: A Descriptive List of the Printed Maps of Northamptonshire A.D. 1576 - 1900.

Item No. 2997

Northampton: Northamptonshire Record Society, Volume XIV, 1948. Frontispiece, folding plates. 8vo, pp.xvi:216, softcover; some light foxing to page edges and internally, but generally a very good copy.

£12.00

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NOTTINGHAMSHIRE: GENTLEMAN, DAVID (b.1930; designer): Nottinghamshire. Poster, forming one of a series of Shell County Guides. Colour offset lithograph and letterpress print. Design by David Gentleman.

Item No. 14162

Banbury: Engraved & Printed by Henry Stone & Son for Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd., [ 1961 ]. Colour printed poster, 74 x 51 cm, complete with top and bottom metal strips and hanging loop. Metal hanging loop bent else almost fine.

£45.00

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NUNEATON: ORDNANCE SURVEY: Geological Survey of England and Wales. Geological map Sheet LXIII (63) S.W. Nuneaton etc.

Item No. 14399

London: Ordnance Survey, 1886. Hand-coloured geological map dissected and mounted on linen, 18 x 14 1/2 inches overall, reverse dusty.

£30.00

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OTTERY ST MARY: WHETHAM, CATHERINE DURNING & MARGARET: A Manor Book of Ottery Saint Mary, with a Note on the History of the Dependant Manor of Cadhay by W. C. D. Whetham.

London: Longmans, Green, 1913. First Edition. 8vo (9 1/4 x 6 inches), 184-pages plus advertisements. Original maroon cloth; foxing to prelims., top edge dusty else good.

£25.00

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OWESTRY: SLACK, W.J: The Lordship of Oswestry 1393-1607.

Shrewsbury: for the Shropshire Archaeological Society, 1951. First edition. Black & white frontispiece. Tall 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches), pp.176, original red cloth, no dustwrapper; binding slightly dulled especially on spine, headbands and corners slightly rubbed; internally, excellent.

£15.00

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OXFORD: ORDNANCE SURVEY: Ordnance Map of the Country around Oxford.

Item No. 17124

Item No. 17124

London: Edward Stanford, Revised to 1898. Folding coloured map dissected on linen. Scale 1 inch to one mile. 28 x 41 inches, folding into the original slipcase with stanford's label. Case rubbed, map very good.

£75.00

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OXFORDSHIRE: HAYTER, MICHAEL: The Rector of Steeple Aston, 1946-1976, a Memoir.

Item No. 18358

By the Author, 1998. Photographic plates. 8vo (9 1/4 x 5 3/4), 159-pages. Softback. Original coloured pictorial glazed wrappers. Signed by the author.

£10.00

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RIVER TEST: BINGHAM, CHARLES: The River Test. Portrait of an English Chalkstream.

Item No. 13913

London: H. F. & G. Witherby, 1990. First edition. Illustrations, some coloured. 4to (10 x 7 3/4 inches), 200-pages, original cloth; slightly corner bumped in very good slightly corner rubbed dustwrapper.

£15.00

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SALISBURY: CHARLES, REYNOLDS & CO. (Publishers): The Album of Salisbury with Wilton and Stonehenge Views.

Item No. 17909

London: Charles, Reynolds c. 1870. 12 sepia glazed views on 8 foldout, concertina style, leaves. 8vo (7 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches), original glazed red cloth backed boards blocked in gilt. Boards a little scuffed, overall good. Printed in Germany.

£12.00

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SCOTLAND: THOMSON, JOHN: Scotland.

Item No. 8918

John Thomson, ca. 1815. Engraved hand coloured map dissected and mounted on linen. With details of various roads in panel on left hand margin, details of the direct Mail Coah from Edinburgh to York and London on right hand panel, various statistics at head. Size overall 31 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches, folding to 7 x 4 inches. " Drawn and Engraved for Thomson's New General Atlas" but issued individually also, as is here. Some foxing or browning.

£75.00

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SCOTLAND: GEOGRAPHIA LTD. (publishers): "Geographia" 6 Sheet Contour Road Map of Scotland. Scale 3 miles to 1 inch. Produced under the Direction of Alexander Gross, F.R.G.S.

Item No. 14422

London: Geographia Ltd. circa 1920. The set of 6 coloured folding maps dissected and mounted on linen, each 31 x 40 inches, folding within the printed card covers; very good indeed. Contained within the original leather carrying case with carrying handle; case rubbed and rather dry, catch not working. A cased set for the motor car.

£50.00

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SCOTLAND: LEIGHTON, JOHN: The Lakes of Scotland. Presentation copy.

Item No. 18181

Item No. 18181

Item No. 18181

Item No. 18181

[Glasgow: Joseph Swan c. 1834 ]. Engraved vignette title and 24 engraved plates on India Paper. Engraved by Joseph Swan after John Fleming. Presentaion cpy from the engraver/publisher Joseph Swan, inscribed, "To Mr. Charles Millington from Joseph Swan". 4to (111/4 x 8 1/2 inches), 108-pages, contemporary crimson hard grain morocco, gilt border on sides enclosing a wide border of thistles etc. All edges gilt, ornamental gilt turn-ins. Some rubbing to extremities but overall handsome. Some very light marginal foxing not affecting the engraved images. Bound without a letterpress title. A second volume was published.

£90.00

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SCOTLAND: NELSON, T. (publisher): The Trosachs and Lake Katrine. 12 Chromo Views & Guidebook.

London: T.Nelson, c. 1890. 12 chromolitho. plates pull out concertina style. Together with a map and 22-page guide with woodcut illustrations. 12mo 6 x 4 inches, original blue cloth; good.

£12.00

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SCOTLAND: [SCOTT, WALTER]: Provincial Antiquities and Picturesque Scenery of Scotland, Illustrated in a Series of Fifty Views. From Drawings by J.M.W. Turner ...& other eminent artists.

Item No. 16240

Item No. 16240

Edinburgh: John Menzies, 1844. Engraved additional vignette title and 49 engraved plates with tissue guards. 4to (12 1/4 x 10 inches), full red morocco, all edges gilt; joints cracked and chipped. The plates by and large clean with only the occasional odd spot of foxing. An uncommon edition. No text was issued with this edition.

£155.00

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SHREWSBURY: OWEN, HUGH & BLAKEWAY, JOHN BRICKDALE: A History of Shrewsbury. A superb copy.

Item No. 18455

Item No. 18455

Item No. 18455

Item No. 18455

Item No. 18455

London: Harding, Lepard & Co. 1825. First edition. Two volumes. Engraved frontispieces, extra engraved titles, and 49 engraved plates, some folding, together with numerous engraved vignettes, & head and tail pieces throughout. Two volumes 4to (10 1/2 x 8 inches), pages 586 & 567, tipped-in errata. A superb copy bound full contemporary marbled tan calf, ornamental gilt border to sides, spines gilt extra with burgundy lettering and numbering pieces, all edges marbled. Short worm trail to blank fore margin of prelims. and frontispiece to Volume 2. Signature of Charles Amphlett & date 1856 on front free endpaper. Corners rubbed else a superb copy unusually entirely free from foxing, finely bound and in excellent condition. A nicer copy would be very difficult to find.

£440.00

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SHREWSBURY: OWEN, HUGH: Some Account of the Ancient and Present State of Shrewsbury.

Item No. 18454

Shrewsbury: Printed by P. Sandford, Bookseller. 1808. First edition. Two plates. 8vo (7 x 4 1/2 inches), pages: viii:557. Late 19th Century half tan calf, marbled boards, burgundy lettering piece. Some rubbing, upper inner joint cracked but very firm. Old signature on title and old ownership inscriptions on front free endpaper and fly.

£55.00

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SOMERSET: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's County Map of Somerset showing all the Railways and names of Stations also Villages, Turnpike Roada, Gentlemen's Seats etc.

Item No. 18384

Item No. 18384

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1890. Coloured folding map, 20 1/2 x 22 3/4 inches, folding into the original wrapper. Creased. Wrappers soiled.

£20.00

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SOMERSET: ORDNANCE SURVEY: The Parish of Saint Decuman Somersetshire 1901. Ordnance Survey map so lettered in red.

Item No. 18201

Comprising Somerset Sheets XXXVI SE, XXXVI SW, & XXXVSE, joined. With Watchet Ward Coloured Pink, Williton Ward coloured Yellow. Scale 6 inches to the mile. Size overall approx. 58 x 28 inches. Some wear to blank margins, fold marks, holed on one fold without loss, some dust marking to the reverse.

£35.00

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SOUTHAMPTON: PORTAL, WILLIAM W: "God's House" or The Hospital and Chapel of St. Julian, Southampton. An Address given at the Hartley University College, September 12th 1904.

Item No. 3186

[Privately Printed, 1904]. Small 4to, pp. 15, original three-quarter parchment lettered in gilt, text deckle-edged as issued. Parchment discolured and spotted. Inscribed by the author "Harold Hubbard from his affec'ate Uncle & Godfather, William Portal, Aug. 1905".

£20.00

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STAFFORDSHIRE: GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY: A very large Ordnance Survey map, or rather maps joined, of parts of Stafforshire. Stamped to the rear, "To be Returned to GWR Engineers Dept., Paddington".

Item No. 17999

Item No. 17999

Ordnance Survey, 1903. The map sheet measures 8 ft 4 ins x 7ft 5ins and are 6-inch to the mile sheets LVI, LVII, & LVII and possible 3 more whose sheet numbers would have been lost at joining. Lower right is a coloured coded reference as the map has been partly coloured to show the Boroughs of West Bromwich, Wednesbury, Oldbury, Rowley, & Tipton; buildings erected, sites of sewage disposal, bus routes, waterworks, police stations, tramways, etc. etc. In very good order. Our photographs only show a small portion of the map.

£120.00

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SUFFOLK: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's 1/2 inch Map of Suffolk for Tourists & Cycists.

Item No. 18385

Item NO. 18385

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1890. Coloured folding map, 20 1/2 x 22 3/4 inches, folding into the original pictorial boards.

£25.00

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SUFFOLK: RAVEN, JOHN JAMES: The History of Suffolk. Cheap Edition.

Item No. 16932

London: Elliot Stock, 1907. 8vo (9 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches), 287-pages. Original green cloth. Foxing to prelims. and tanned within, with short corner crease to prelims. The binding bright & fresh. Contemporary signature on front pastedown.

£15.00

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SUSSEX: ALECTO HISTORICAL EDITIONS [Publishers]: The Sussex Domesday.

London: Alecto Historical Editions, 1988. No. 265 of a numbered limited edition of 1000 copies. Three volumes comprising: The Sussex Domesday. Folios and Maps. Folios 16-29. Double-page coloured map and large folding map in endpocket and coloured facsimiles of the original manuscript relating to Sussex. The second volume (dated 1990) is "The Sussex Domesday" volume of descriptive text, commentary, notes, index etc. The third volume (dated 1987) comprises "Domesday Book Studies" Illustrations, pp. 179. Three volumes folio, original cream cloth-backed brown boards in the original slipcase. Fine set in fine slipcase; as new.

Heavy, extra postage will be requested. Weight 5 kg.

£70.00

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SUSSEX: Ordnance Survey Contoured Road Map Brighton & Eastbourne. Popular Edition - Scale one inch to one mile. Sheet 134.

Item No. 17990

Southampton: Ordnance Survey, 1924. Coloured Map,, mounted n linen but not dissected, folding within the original red & black pictorial wrappers.

£10.00

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SUSSEX: Ordnance Survey Contoured Road Map Chichester & Worthing. Popular Edition - Scale one inch to one mile. Sheet 133.

Item No. 17988

Southampton: Ordnance Survey, 1920. Coloured Map,, folding within the original red & black pictorial wrappers. Short tear.

£10.00

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SUSSEX: Ordnance Survey Contoured Road Map Hastings. Popular Edition - Scale one inch to one mile. Sheet 135.

Item No. 17989

Southampton: Ordnance Survey, 1925. Coloured Map,, mounted n linen but not dissected, folding within the original red & black pictorial wrappers. Crease in wrapper.

£10.00

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TAUNTON: ORDNANCE SURVEY: Reduced Ordnance Survey around Taunton. Scale 2 miles to the inch.

Item No. 18209

Item No. 18209

Birmingham: G. Richmond c. 1880. Large hand-coloured engraved map dissected into 24 sections plus engraved borders and mounted on linen; 51 x 40 inches overall. Folding within the original 4to cloth covers with leather gilt label. Damp at some time, binding marked, label lifting. All the map panels have now lifted from their linen backing but they are still fresh and clean. The photograph shews a detail only.

£50.00

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URCHFONT: URCHFONT PARISH MILLENNIUM GROUP: Urchfont by any other name, a History of the Parish.

Item No. 18496

Urchfont: 2001. Illustrations. 8vo (9 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches), 213-pages. Softback. Original glazed coloured pictorial wrappers. Map in endpocket. Fine.

£13.00

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WALES: CAMBRENSE GIRALDO SILVESTER (Giraldis Cambrensis) Geraldus Cambrensis: Itinerarium Cambriae seu laboriosae Baldvini Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi per Walliam Legationis Accurata Descriptio .cum annotationibus Davidis Poweli.

Item No. 11982a

Item No. 11982

Londini (London): Typis Gulielmi Bulmer (William Bulmer) et Socii, 1804. Engraved frontispiece, three engraved plates, and large hand-coloured multi fold map of Wales. 4to (11 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches), pages xxxii:237:(5, index). old half-calf, marbled boards. Good 20th Century reback in tan calf, spine gilt in compartments. Some foxing or age toning to prelims. Corners rubbed and rounded, fore-edge of boards rubbed.

With the armorial bookplate of Thomas Graham Jackson, Architect, on front pastedown. An attractive copy in very good order.

£150.00

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WALES: Ordnance Survey Contoured Road Map Abergavenny and District. Popular Edition - Scale one inch to one mile. Sheet 91.

Item No. 17987

Southampton: Ordnance Survey, 1919. Coloured Map, mounted n linen but not dissected, folding within the original red & black pictorial wrappers. Name on upper wrapper.

£10.00

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WALES: Ordnance Survey Contoured Road Map of Pembroke & Tenby. Popular Edition - Scale one inch to one mile. Sheet 99.

Item No. 17985

Southampton: Ordnance Survey, 1922. Map folding within the original red & black pictorial wrappers.

£10.00

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WALES: Ordnance Survey Contoured Road Map of St. David's and Cardigan. Popular Edition - Scale one inch to one mile. Sheet 88.

Item No. 17984

Southampton: Ordnance Survey, 1923. Map folding within the original red & black pictorial wrappers. Split to backstrip of wrapper, name & address on verso of upper wrapper.

£10.00

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WALES: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's Reduced Ordnance Map of England & Wales. Scale 2 miles to an inch. Sheets 48 & 49 ( Yorkshire).

Item No. 18380

Item No. 18380

Item No. 18380

 

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1890. Folding maps, each 26 1/2 x 20 3/4 inches, folding into original boards. One with boards detached, one torn without loss.

£12.00

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WALES: GREENWOOD, C. & J. - Engraved by J & C Walker: Map of the North East Circuit of the Principality of Wales, comprising the Counties of Flint, Denbigh and Montgomery from an Actual Survey made in the Years 1831 & 1832.

Item No. 18790

London: Greenwood & Co. 1834. Large engraved map hand coloured in block and line within a piano key border, with uncoloured vignette of St. Asaph's Cathedral. 25 1/2 x 31 1/2 inches. Very good. Will be shipped, rolled, in a tube.

£140.00

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WALES: GREENWOOD, C. & J. - Engraved by J & C Walker: Map of the North West Circuit of the Principality of Wales, comprising the Counties of Anglesey, Carnarfon and Merioneth from an Actual Survey made in the Years 1830 & 1831.

Item No. 18791

London: Greenwood & Co. 1834. Large engraved map hand coloured in block and line within a piano key border, with uncoloured vignette of Bangor Cathedral. 25 1/2 x 31 1/2 inches. Some light creasing to lower blank margin else very good. Will be shipped, rolled, in a tube.

£120.00

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WALES: GREENWOOD, C. & J. - Engraved by J & C Walker: Map of theSouth East Circuit of the Principality of Wales, comprising the Counties of Glamorgan, Brecon and Radnor from an Actual Survey made in the Years 1826 & 1827.

Item No. 18792/

London: Greenwood & Co. 1831. Large engraved map hand coloured in block and line within a piano key border, with uncoloured vignette of Llandaff Cathedral. 25 1/2 x 31 1/2 inches. Very good. Will be shipped, rolled, in a tube.

£140.00

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WALES: WOODWARD, B.B: The History of Wales from the Earliest Times, to Its Final Incorporation with the Kingdom of England; with Notices of Its Physical Geography and Mineral Wealth, and of the Religion and Literature, Law, Customs, Manners, and Arts of the Welsh.

London, George Virtue, 1854. In the original five divisions, complete as issued. 75 engraved views and engraved title by Gastineau. 5 volumes large 8vo (10 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches) pp.vi:(2):608, original blue cloth blocked in blind and gilt. Head and tail bands rubbed through, corners rubbed, some boards marked. Tissue guards to plates very foxed, the plates themselves with occasional light foxing.

£30.00

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NORTH WALES: GEOGRAPHIA LTD. (publishers): "Geographia" 10 Sheet Contour Road Map of England. Sheet 4, North Wales and Isle of Man. Scale 3 miles to 1 inch.

London: Geographia Ltd. circa 1920. Coloured folding map dissected and mounted on linen, 31 x 40 inches, folding within the printed card covers; very good indeed.

£15.00

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NORTH WALES: BINGLEY, W: Excursions in North Wales, including Aberystwith and the Devil's Bridge, intended as a Guide to Tourists. Third edition with corrections and additions made during excursions in the year 1838, by his son W.R. Bingley. With a Complete Map.

Item No. 8381

London: Longman, Orme, 1839. Large folding engraved map by J. & C. Walker mounted on linen and folding onto front pastedown. 8vo, pp.xxxi:355, original green grained cloth blocked in blind, no dustwrapper.

Binding poor, headbands and corners bumped and with pieces of cloth missing, a long split to the cloth at side of lower half of one edge of the spine and a short split to the top side edge near headband, spine darkened and some marking to covers; internally, page edges browned, some brown mottling to the linen of folded map, endpapers soiled and with splits to endpapers along inner joints. A bookplate to front free-endpaper.

£30.00

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SOUTH WALES: GEOGRAPHIA LTD. (publishers): "Geographia" 10 Sheet Contour Road Map of England. Sheet 5, South Wales. Scale 3 miles to 1 inch.

Item No. 14425

London: Geographia Ltd. circa 1920. Coloured folding map dissected and mounted on linen, 31 x 40 inches, folding within the printed card covers; very good indeed.

£15.00

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WARWICKSHIRE: ORDNANCE SURVEY: Warwickshire. Sheet XXIV S.E. & Sheet XXV S.W. joined. Revision of 1921 with additions in 1938. 6 inches to the mile. Lapworth to the centre.

Item No. 18391

Ordnance Survey, 1938. With handwritten note that the red colouring denotes footpaths as claimed by the Rambler's Association. 40 1/2 x 28 inches, dissected on linen and folding within plain cloth covers; very good.

N.B. The apparent browning to the right hand side of the map in the photograph is actually just a shadow - the map is very clean.

£25.00

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WEYMOUTH: DAMON, ROBERT: Hand Book to the Geology of Weymouth and the Island of Portland. With notes on the natural history of the coast and neighbourhood. Accompanied by a map of the district, geological sections, plates of fossils, .... and numerous other illustrations.

Item No. 16981

Item No.16981

Item No. 16981

Item No. 16981

Item No. 16981

London: Edward Stanford, 1860. First edition. Folding hand-coloured engraved geological section as frontispiece, folding hand-coloured map, folding litho. plate, a view of the coast from Bat's Cove to Durdle Door, and numerous other illustrations of fossils, etc. Small 8vo (6 3/4 x 4 1/2 inches), pages: xii:199:(1, advert.), original blindstamped cloth; some fading to binding, headband a little worn, stitching a little slack. Name, A. W. Graveson, in ink on front free endpaper, some pencil annotations.

£80.00

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WESTMORLAND: Women's Institute: Some Westmorland Villages including the County Town of Appleby. Compiled by members of the Westmorland Women's Institute.

Item No. 17607

Kendal: The W.I. First edition. 8vo (8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches), 211-pages; original cloth, endpapers tanned else good in edgeworn dust jacket.

£12.00

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WHITBY: WEATHERILL, RICHARD: The Ancient Port of Whitby and its Shipping, with Some Subjects of Interest Connected Therewith.

Item No. 18400

Item No. 18400

Whitby: Horne & Son, 1905. First edition. Frontispiece, illustrations. 8vo (9 x 6 inches), 445-pages plus unpaginated index. Original cloth. Inner joints split, prelims. detached, small piece torn from blank lower margin of title. Headbands frayed, corners rubbed through. Contemporary signature on front free endpaper.

£65.00

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WILTSHIRE: AUBREY, JOHN (Edited by Sir Thomas Phillips): Aubrey's Collections for Wilts. North Wiltshire. Parts 1 & 2.

Item No. 13616

Part 1: London, J. Davy, 1821. Part 2: C. Gilmour, 1838. Two parts in one volume. 4to (10 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches), pages: iv:136:(iv):124, later three-quarter crushed tan morocco, spine decoratively gilt, top edge gilt, the binding by Riviere. Once a handsome binding but now with untidy chip out of lower 1 1/2 inches of the backstrip and cloth sides marked and spotted, short cracks to joints, hinges very firm. Endpapers foxed otherwise internally very good and with good margins.

The title-page to the 2nd part reads: An Essay Towards the Description of the North Division of Wiltshire by Me John Aubrey of Easton Pierse. Small oval gilt label on front pastedown : "Ex Musaeo Huthii", i.e. from the Huth Library, begun by Henry Huth and continued by his son Alfred H. Huth. The Library was dispersed by Sotheby's in a number of sales between 1911 and 1920.

£255.00

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WILTSHIRE: GALL & INGLIS (Publishers): Cruchley's County Map of Wiltshire showing all the Railways and names of Stations also Villages, Turnpike Roads, Gentlemen's Seats etc.

Item No. 18381

Item No. 18381

Edinburgh & London: Gall & Inglis c. 1890. Coloured folding map, 20 1/2 x 22 3/4 inches, folding into the original wrapper. Short split on one fold, upper wrapper detached.

£25.00

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WITTERING: ORDNANCE SURVEY: Ordnance Survey map Sheet IX (9) E. Wittering - Brighthelmstone, Haslemere at top.

London: Ordnance Survey, 1813 (but circa 1855). Uncoloured map dissected and mounted on linen, 37 1/2 x 25 inches overall, Some browning, some manuscript annotations.

£30.00

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WORCESTERSHIRE: NOAKE, JOHN: The Rambler in Worcestershire, or Stray Notes on Churches and Congregations.

Item No. 18257

Item No. 18257

Worcester: by all the booksellers, 1848. First edition. Engraved frontispiece and 1 plate, illustrations. 8vo (7 x 4 1/2 inches), 376-pages. Original blindstamped green cloth; backstrip faded to brown, tiny cuts to headbands which are bumped. Cracking at inner gutter but very firm; overall good. Bookplate. The last 15-pages are partly illustrated advertisements for local businesses.

£25.00

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WORCESTERSHIRE: STANTON, GEO. K: Rambles and Researches Among Worcestershire Churches,with Historical Notes relating to the Several Parishes.To which Is Added an Account of the Old Manor House at Havington, Chaddesley Corbett.

Item No. 18258

London: Simpkin, Marshall [1866]. First edition of this second volume of the Rambles, the first having been published in 1884. Folding frontispiece of St. Mary's Church, Selly Oak, illustrations. 8vo (7 1/2 x 5 inches), pages: 248:(1):(1, title-page of the Old Manor House at Harvington):16. Original purple cloth blocked in black, Binding unevenly faded and spotted, headband worn else sound. Some soiling to title. Bookplate, signature on free endpaper.

£25.00

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