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Lot 46

Essex.- Mudge (Lt. Col. William) Part the First of the General Survey of England and Wales, containing the whole of Essex, folding engraved map hand-coloured in outline, 1225 x 1830mm, dissected and mounted on linen, some very light offsetting, loose in contemporary russia slip-case with pull-off top, gilt arms to upper cover, rubbed, rather worn at edges, 4to, [1805].⁂ The second Ordnance Survey map to be published, following that of Kent in 1801.The illustration shows only a portion of the map.

Lot 336

Crofton Archive A Collection of Architectural Drawings, Maps, Religious Manuscripts, and miscellaneous Estate Papers of the Crofton Family of Inchanappa House, Co. Wicklow, c. 1789 - 1900. The Inchanappa estate, together with lands in counties Cork and Monaghan, belonged in the 18th century to the Earbery family. Mathias Earbery (1734-1779), MP for Lanesborough 1768-76, married Elizabeth Barbara, daughter of Major Henry Crofton, and was father of Christopher Henry Earbery (1764-1818), who died leaving two daughters. The younger, Marcia Anastasia, married the Rev. Henry William Crofton (1795-1862), third son of Sir Hugh Crofton of Mohill, Co. Leitrim, 2nd Bart, who thus acquired the Earbery estates. The couple had no children and after her death Crofton married in 1840 Marianne Amelia Cazalet (died 1847) and thirdly in 1852 Frances, daughter of Robert Westropp of Fort Anne, Co. Cork. The Inchanappa line continued through Henry William's son by his second wife, Henry Morgan Earbery Crofton (1840-1878), and the latter's son Henry William George Crofton, a major in the East Surrey Regiment, who was killed in the South African war in 1902. Manuscript Books Folio Volume. Roll book of Inchanappa School for 1837 to 1841. Names 41 pupils, with comments on absences such as "picking potatoes", "gone to Arklow," "America" etc. Many blank pages. Folio Volume: Church Education Society for Ireland Report Book. Contains the rolls of Inchanappa School. 2 lists of pupils for 1841. Also numbers present and absent, with daily record of Bible passages read, from 15 Feb 1841 to 4 Feb 1843. The rest blank. Account Book of Rev Mr Crofton, 27 Upper Merrion St., Dublin, for 6 Feb 1835 to 25 June 1841. Contains: (1) accounts of goods sold at Inchanappa (mainly potatoes); (2) accounts of goods sold to workmen; (2) detailed accounts of work done by the blacksmith. Two Commonplace Books of the Rev Henry William Crofton, with religious and other notes, one containing many loose papers. Ten Exercise Books of Rev Henry William Crofton, each containing a Sermon. Scrap Book containing Christmas Cards, Sentimental Prints, etc. Some blank pages. Book titled "Norma". Contains expense accounts of the yacht "Norma" which was purchased by Henry M. Crofton of Inchanappa from Sir John Barrington for £525 on 5 March 1869. Continues to 8 Oct 1875. 33 pp, the rest blank. Small Notebook containing Workmen's Accounts, 1902-1903. Folio Volume. "Army Book 127." Blank. Miscellaneous Papers Indenture on Vellum dated 29 Oct 1789: lease of a house in Navan from Robert Ormsby of Grove, Co. Roscommon, to Anne, Elizabeth and Margaret Everard of Navan, spinsters. Four Folders of Accounts, Rev. William Henry Crofton in account with James Hunt, with rentals of lands in Co. Cork (Ballyvodane, Lackabane, Goalane, Knockaroorke, Garranredmond, Cork City, Ballingarry). Marked respectively as closed on 1 Sept 1849, 29 July 1850, 12 July 1851, and 28 Jan. 1853. Fair copy of the marriage settlement of Henry William Crofton of Inchanappa, Clerk, with Frances, daughter of the late Robert Westropp of Tinnekilly, 1852. Brief on behalf of the respondent, 17 Dec 1867, in the case of George Smith and his wife Frances (widow of Rev. Henry William Crofton), versus Henry Morgan Earbery Crofton (eldest son and successor of the Rev. H.W. and Frances Crofton), to determine what lands the petitioner was entitled to after his marriage. Rental of the estate of Henry Morgan Earbery Crofton in counties Monaghan and Cork, 1862. Bills, estimates etc for draining, repairs, building works at Inchanappa on the farm, farm buildings, and house: Guy Price, carpenter, James Sheil, architect, 1820-1821. A large quantity of miscellaneous vouchers, bills, receipts, etc., mid-19th century. Architectural Drawings Most of these are for work done at Inchanappa House c 1820 by the Dublin architect James Sheil (c1795-1840). Although so little is known about his life, Sheil was important in his day: he virtually doubled the size of Killeen Castle, succeeded Francis Johnston as architect for Tullynally, and designed seats for many of the Leinster gentry. "Plan of the window and dressings in front of Library, full size, for the Miss Earberys. Jas Sheil architect." 97 x 67 cm. "Entablature to the full size for the Library Columns. Soffite of the Corona and Modillions to the full size. Base and Capital of Columns full size for the Library. James Sheil Architect." 99 x 67 cm. "Plans for the Stucco Work at Inchanappa. James Sheil Architect." Design for a stucco ceiling rose for the drawing room. Badly torn and crumpled but the drawing and text are intact. "James Sheil. Plan of the additional farm offices at Inchanappa Co. Wicklow for the Miss Earberys. Elevation of the Cow House & c. Elevation of the Cart House and Piggery." 73 x 53 cm. "J. Sheil. Plans of the Additions & c to the House at Inchanappa Co Wicklow for the Miss Earberys. Plan of the Bedchamber Floor. Plan of the Principal Floor. Plan of the Basement Story." 96 x 66 cm. "Elevation of the Principal Floor for the Miss Earberys, Co. Wicklow. J. Sheil." 65 x 54 cm. Ground plan of Inchanappa House, by John McCurdy. 65 x 48 cm. Two copies of the bedroom plan, John McCurdy architect, 10 Leinster St., Dublin. 68 x 50 cm. Coloured plan of part of house, marking the entrance hall, dining room, housekeeper's room, study, etc. Unsigned (by McCurdy?) Manuscript Maps "Maps of part of the lands of Inchinappo … in tenure of Mr Samuel Sempill … Surveyed August 1757 by Jacob Nevill." Scale, 20 perches per inch. 59 x 48 cm. "A Survey of the Demesne and Lands of Inchanappa ….. done for Mrs Earberry, by Jno Longfield, 1806." 10 perches per inch. An attractive large-scale map, marking in colour the woods, lawn, house and gardens, besides other lands, and with a detailed reference section. 95 x 71 / 37 cm. "Map of C. Grumly's, E. Chapman's, Mrs Chapman's and Fitzsimons's Farm. Being part of the late Counsellor Earbery's Estate. Survey'd in February 1819 by J.S. Manning." 48 x 40 cm. Coloured green, yellow and brown. Marks houses. An attractive map, but unfortunately now torn in two and very fragile. "A Map of the Townlands of Inchinappa North, Inchinappa South and Broomfield; and of portions of the townlands of Ashford and Ballinahinch in the Union of Wicklow, Barony of Newcastle and County of Wicklow. Done for the Rev. H.W. Crofton A.D. 1833." Scale, 10 perches per inch. A fine large-scale coloured map of the Crofton estate. 96 x 67 cm. Printed Maps Ordnance Survey Maps of: · Co. Wicklow, 6", sheet 19, and 1/2500 sheets 19.4 and 25.2 · Co. Cork, 6", sheets 50, 51, 59, 61, 62 · Co. Wicklow index map Map of the South of England showing places marked out for military manoeuvres, 1898. (1)

Lot 152

Donegal publications. 1879-2005, A collection of guidebooks, event programmes and society journals. Allingham, Hugh. Ballyshannon Its History and Antiquities, James Montgomery, Londonderry, 1879; Pictorial Guide to the Donegal Highlands, Ward, Lock & Co. 1911; A Guide to Donegal, Tirconnaill County Council, 1927; Guide and Information to County Donegal, Tradepress Belfast, 1966; Tohill, JJ. Donegal an Exploration, Ballyshannon, 1976; O Muirgheasa, E. The Holy Wells of Donegal. Official Guide to County Donegal. Condor Publishers (Ireland) Ltd. 1989; Letterkenny Street Map and Guide, Ordnance Survey, 1988. St. Eunan's Cathedral Letterkenny, Heritage Series, Eason and Sons Ltd. 1988; Donefgal Annuals, 1955 & 1974; Donegal Rally Official Programme, Donegal Motor Club, 1978; Lough Swilly Sea Angling Festival, 1967 & 1968; Robinson, Sylvia Margaret. A Donegal Life, 2005. (15)

Lot 195

Vintage cloth backed Ordnance Survey Maps, a Dunlop Touring Map and Gall & Fughi Tourists Map of Loch Lomond. (quantity)

Lot 761

MAPS W.H. Smith & Son’s Special Map of Afghanistan 1878, 31.5 x 20.5 inches, cold. map on paper, plus Ordnance Survey Map 1899, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, 32 segments on linen, plus Crutchley’s Railway & Telegraph Map of Kent (3)

Lot 387

A framed Ordnance Survey 1" map of Aberdeen, sheet 45, annotated for an MOD scouting trip for airfield sites in WWII, 60x78cm

Lot 316

Box of assorted QEII crowns various, vintage ordnance survey and other maps to includ; John Carey 'a new map of England from the latest authorities', canvas backed folding in slip case. 1827.(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)

Lot 45

Folder of mainly Early 20th century Folded Cloth Maps including The Environs of London and Reynold's Cyclist Map of the Environs of London plus Ordnance Survey, Bacon's, Bartholomews, etc

Lot 243

ASSORTED COLLECTABLES comprising an Ordnance Survey folding map of Windsor, circa 1900, red cloth covers; three packs of playing cards, including one of New Zealand and Federal Steamship Companies interest; three Wade ceramic figurines; pen nibs; various childrens books; a Fairylite 'Big Ears' egg cup, boxed; and other items.

Lot 69

ORDNANCE SURVEY. A 1708, second edition of the OS Map of Mousehole & Mounts Bay. Also, a 1936 revised OS map of St. Ives & its Bay. (Rolled)WE CAN SHIP THIS LOT.  PLEASE NOTE: Due to Covid-19 staff shielding, we are operating a queue system for dispatch based on payment completion. Therefore, our usual speed of dispatch will be slower than normal. Also there may be carrier delays beyond our control. : We reserve the right to not ship multiple lot purchases if they are too heavy or bulky.

Lot 6142

A WWII 1944 RAF War Ordnance Survey map of Great Britain and Northern Europe

Lot 109

Cartography interest - a quantity of Bartholomew's & Ordnance Survey linen backed maps including Argyll, Skye & Wr Ross, Uist & Barra, Arisaig & Lochaber, North Somerset; Ordnance Survey linen backed 1/4 inch map Sheet 3 England, North East; including period tourist guides etc.

Lot 192

Wilson (John Marius). The Imperial Gazetteer of Scotland; or dictionary of Scottish topography ..., 2 volumes, Edinburgh: Fullarton, [1854], additional engraved title to each volume (that to volume 2 with dampstain), 19 engraved plates, 38 maps hand-coloured in outline, including 2 folding (with some closed tears), spotting mainly at fore-edges, frontispiece map to volume 2 with early ink manuscript ownership inscription to blank reverse, volume 1 lacking front free endpaper, hinges cracked, contemporary half calf, worn, large 8vo, together with: Groome (Francis H.) , Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland: a survey of Scottish Topography ..., 3 volumes, 1st edition, Edinburgh: Jack, 1882-1883, numerous hand-coloured folding maps, numerous engraved plates, contemporary half morocco gilt, rubbed with some wear to extremities, large 8vo, plus other similar, mostly Scotland and Yorkshire related (Qty: 16)

Lot 213

A collection of assorted WWII Second World War and post-war related maps and ephemera, to include; Land Utilisation Survey Of Britain - London, Ordnance Survey map of Hertford, sketches of aircraft for recognition, a WWI 1914 Field Marshal Viscount French Of Ypres book, various real photographic postcards (many of Egypt based regiments), a VE Day cotton flag on stick and other items. Interesting collection. 

Lot 344

A large collection of assorted post-WWII Second World War and related paper maps and plans. Including; mostly Ordnance Survey maps, a National Grid Map of Preston, an Ordnance Survey map of Preston Railway lines and others. All rolled. 

Lot 419

A collection of original WWI First World War Maps -.First World War Map: Belgium and France sheet 36, Lille and Armentieres, edition 6. published for the British Army by the Ordnance Survey 1915 with roads updated to January 1916. On folding linen. Size 89 by 68 cm. Scale 1:40,000. Colour. Coded GSGS 2743 to the bottom left corner. A detailed map. The front cover has the name W E Matthews of C Company, 10th Yorkshire Regiment in ink above the title. Trench Map: Watou and Houtkerque area. Belgium and France Sheet 27 NE, edition 3, published by the Ordnance Survey December 1917. Coded in bottom l/h corner GS GS 2742. On folding linen on a scale of 1:20,000. Size 89 by 65 cm. A detailed key includes information on British and enemy trenches, wire entanglements, dug-outs, huts, buried cables and pipelines etc. as well as railways, trench tramways and houses. Some wear to about 10 cm along one of the folds in the linen but no actual tear. Original owner’s name to reverse. The owner served in the Durham Light Infantry and the Northumberland Fusiliers and was wounded in France.The Times War Atlas. Published by the Times of London, no date but circa late 1914. Seven sheets of maps on linen, each 62 by 46 cm. Scales vary. They comprise: Northern France;Alsace Lorraine, Heligoland, Kiel Canal, Posen, the mouth of the Ems, and three other small maps;North Western France;Eastern Germany and Poland;Paris and environs;Western Germany;The Area of Fighting in Galicia, East and West Prussia, Posen and the Russian frontier, German South West Africa, German East Africa and Cameroon.The maps all feature various theatres of war but show no stages of the actual conflict, probably indicating that these preceded any larger bound publications by the Times during the war.

Lot 131A

Large Victorian map of Rocester in Staffordshire, published by Ordnance Survey, 1882, hand-coloured, linen-backed, with wooden hanging supports. 200cm by 200cm. Age toning/wear/soiling

Lot 110

Military Map of the Central Mainland (Shetland Islands) Scotland, Jan 1950, an excellent Ordnance Survey.

Lot 641

A mixed lot to include a 1930's Ordnance Survey map of Skye and the Outer Hebrides, a Will's cigarette cards album, a Player's cigarette care album of R.A.F Badges and an 'ESSO Collection of Football Club Badges'.

Lot 359

SOUTHERN ENGLAND : Large folding hand coloured map mounted on linen in cloth case front board detached, Sheets 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 of Cruchley's Reduced Ordnance map of England and Wales, scale two miles to an inch, n. d. With - Bacon's New Survey Map of Dorset.(2)

Lot 346

A Wall Hanging Map Ordnance Survey of Great Britain Quarter Inch (Fifth Series) Special Sheet, "Wales and the Marche"' 54.5cm Wide

Lot 1083

A WWII Ordnance Survey map of East Anglia, showing the air bases, as published by The War Office 1943, the full sheet 85x63cm

Lot 3066

Victorian and later Ordnance Survey and cloth backed maps, to include 6" map of Ben Becula by Edward Stamford Ltd, London, various 1" Ordnance Survey Maps, etc. (qty)

Lot 686

Pre-Boundary Commission MapIrish Map: Population Map of The North of Ireland, Lg. fold. cold. map, approx. 74cms X 88cms (29" x 34 1/2"). Published by N. Eastern Boundary Bureau, and printed by Ordnance Survey Phoenix Park, 1923. As a map, w.a.f. V. good. Ex. Scarce. (1)* Contains much information not available elsewhere.

Lot 683

Co. Waterford: Waterford Harbour Bill Session, Plan of Waterford Harbour, published by Ordnance Survey Office for I. Thornton & Son, Solc. Waterford. Approx. 71cms x 55cms (28" x 21 1/2"), hand cold. & linen backed, as a map, w.a.f. (1)

Lot 55

Victorian Ordnance Survey County and District Maps of England, including parts of Surrey, Devonshire, Rutland, The Lake District and The Chilterns., together with Walker's County Maps Series, North East Wales, and a 1937 Leconfield Estates Map of Dumpford and Diddling. (24)

Lot 415

A 1967 Ordnance Survey route planning map of Great Britain

Lot 347

ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS: 1914-1918 World War: France and Belgium. 54 folding and mostly linen backed maps; Plus: A general war map of (Eastern Europe); large folding linen backed and coloured map, in original covers.

Lot 352

MAPS: 1- Urban District of Huyton with Roby. Large folding linen backed in 9 sections. Liverpool, Douglas & Walls, nd. (121x106 cms.); 2- Lancashire: Colonel Colby, 1872. 14 sheets, restored by Arthur W Johnson, with his receipt and clamshell box: 3- Letts & Son: OS Map of Hertfordshire. Colonel Colby, 1822-44. Hand coloured folding linen backed in 4 sections, each measures: 96x64 cms. with the original half leather box.; 4- Saffron Walden: 2 large folding Hand coloured linen backed OS Maps in Edward Stanford slipcases. Col. Farquharson, 1896; 5- House of Commons: Ordnance Survey Papers, 1857. Folio, with 28 plates; Plus: Report of the progress of the Ordnance survey, to Dec. 31, 1875. 1876, with 6 folding maps. (7)

Lot 602

Folding maps: a collection of folding maps including Ordnance Survey Tourist maps of the Isle of Wight and Snowden, OS Leisure map of the Peak District (with illustrated covers), Cruchley’s County Map of Surrey, Cary’s Reduced Ordnance Map of Wiltshire, Bacon’s map of the Environs of Brighton, Philips’ Railway map of the British Isles, 3 OS maps from the the 4th Popular Edition and others

Lot 401

Ordnance Survey Land Ranger map scale 1:50000 of Lincoln and Newark on Trent (laminated)

Lot 402

Plan tube, 1;2500 1907 edition Ordnance Survey sheets of Caistor Moor and Nettleton, Tate Gallery Dufy print, Burton Hunt Point to Point, April 1934, 2 vols. 'Looking at Old Maps' by John Booth and Christopher Saxton and Tudor Map Making etc.

Lot 113

London. Mogg (E. S.), Modern London and its Environs, circa 1846, engraved map with contemporary outline colouring, sectionalised and laid on linen, 530 x 820 mm, together with Stanford (Edward, publisher). A Map of the Environs of London extending Twenty-five Miles fr. the Metropolis, circa 1870, lithographic map with contemporary outline colouring, sectionalised and laid on linen, slight overall toning, 910 x 930 mm, retaining one cloth board, with D avies (Benjamin Rees). Davies's New Map of the British Metropolis. The Boundaries of the Boroughs, County Court Districts Railways, and Modern Improvements, published Edward Stanford, 1889, lithographic map with contemporary outline colouring, dust soiled and torn horizontally in half along old linen, overall size 660 x 940 mm, retaining one cloth board, plus an early 20th century Ordnance Survey map of part of Shropshire on a scale of six inches to the mile, heavily stained, marbled endpapers, plus a mid 20th century colour printed map on silk of the coastline of Japan, 1200 x 1300 (Qty: 5)NOTESThe first item described. Howgego number 390, state 2 (a).

Lot 471

Selection (4) of 19th-century London MAPS comprising 1833 James Wyld's Map of the Vicinity of London (sectioned on card-backed pages) plus linen-backed fold-out maps inside hard covers: 1861 Ordnance Survey 1" London & Environs, 1863 Davies' Map of the Environs of London and 1871 Collins' Standard Map of London. All are in generally good, used condition with varying degrees of wear. [4]

Lot 413

A box of map of Northumberland, angle poise lamp, Ordnance survey maps, celebration issue newspapers

Lot 297

George III linen backed map of Surrey by John Cary dated 28th September 1801 with original dust cover together with a linen backed ordnance survey map of Aldershot published in 1909 (2)

Lot 133

A collection of cloth maps including Cruchley's County Maps of England for cyclists & tourists, Bacons cycling maps, a Philips ten-sheet road map, five Bartholomews maps, Michelin maps, ordnance survey maps and a collection of The National Geographic magazine maps

Lot 1

Atlases. Johnston (W. & A. K. Ltd. publishers), Johnston's Royal Atlas of Modern Geography, 1910, title page with old library stamp, numerous colour printed maps, including many double page, partially disbound with contents shaken and loose, slight spotting throughout, all edges gilt, boards and spine covered in later velvet, heavily worn and frayed, folio, together with an earlier edition of 1861, with Bartholomew (John). The Imperial Map of |England & Wales According to the Ordnance Survey..., published A. Fullarton & Co., circa 1870, sixteen (only) colour printed double page maps, some staining and spotting, text block detached, contemporary half calf gilt, heavily worn and frayed, spine crudely repaired, folio (Qty: 3)NOTESSold as a collection of maps, not subject to return.

Lot 3058

Militaria - RAF - a large World War II 'Ten Mile Map of Great Britain, Civil Air Edition' ordnance survey map, linen backed

Lot 699

A mixed collection of stereoscopic viewing cards, to include 'Palestine Through The Stereoscope', French architectural landmarks, two photograph tongs, a folding mahogany framed mirrored magnifier, an ordnance survey map of North Wales, two other maps, early 20th century autograph album etc (Qty)

Lot 179

A tray of vintage Kodak camera in case, leather cased field glasses, gent's travel set, Ordnance Survey map etc

Lot 791

ORDNANCE SURVEY OFFICE, Colonel, Sir H James, Superintendent 1861, Environs of London Superficial Geology and Solid Geology, two 8 panel on linen coloured maps, 116 x 71cm folding into green cloth boards with gilt lettering and marbled end paper plus a large folding map 'Bacon's Library Map of the Environs of London' c.1850-1870. 28 coloured panels on linen with key and marbled end papers, 150 x 100cm approx. in green cloth slip case, ex Wimbledon Library stamps throughout, plus MOGG ‘New Map of Country 45 miles round London’ (4 in lot)

Lot 82

Africa. A mixed collection of maps of the Gold Coast and German East Africa, mostly 19th & early 20th century, engraved, lithographic and manuscript maps, including Ordnance Survey (publishers). German East Africa Mahenge, German East Africa Massassi, German East Africa Ikoma and another four regional maps similar, circa 1916, together seven colour printed maps, some marginal fraying caused by rodent damage, each approximately 670 x 770 mm, together with War Office (publisher), Gold Coast, 1907, colour lithographic map, old folds, 540 x 590 mm, with another similar but published by Ordnance Survey in 1906, with Wallach (Henry, surveyor). A Map of the Gold Coast with part of Ashanti showing the positions and Areas of Mining Properties, 1901, two large lithographic maps, sectionalised and laid on linen, some spotting, each approximately 1040 x 780 mm, with another nine printed and manuscript maps similar, various sizes and condition (Qty: 20)

Lot 133

London. Wyld James, publisher), A New Map of the Country Twenty-five Miles round London, circa 1860. engraved map with bright contemporary hand colouring, sectionalised and laid on linen, 1040 x 1315 mm, marbled endpapers, contained in a contemporary cloth slipcase with publisher's printed label to upper cover, case partially split along joints, together with: Cary (John). Cary's New Pocket Plan of London Westminster and Southwark with all the adjacent Buildings in St. George's Fields &c. &c., 1825, engraved map with contemporary hand colouring, sectionalised and laid on linen, slight staining, 420 x 605 mm, marbled endpapers, contained in a contemporary card slipcase with printed title label to upper cover, case worn, Bacon (G. W., publisher). Bacon's Map of the Environs of London 12 Miles around Charing Cross, circa 1880, folding lithographic map with contemporary outline colouring, 640 x 795 mm, bound in contemporary cloth boards with decorative title label to upper cover, boards worn and faded, plus 1 0 other folding maps of London, The Thames Estuary and The River Thames, with examples by Stanford, Ravenstein, Reynolds, Ward and Ordnance survey, various sizes and condition (Qty: 13)

Lot 473

AFTER PETER DEIGHAN "Pebbles", print of the racehorse signed lower left and also signed by the jockey, Pat Eddery lower right together with six other sporting related prints and photographs including a Ordnance Survey map of the Cotswolds

Lot 764

An album containing a quantity of early 20th century onwards British and worldwide topographical postcards including a number from Australia, a tin containing further postcards, an album containing family portraits, a late 19th century Ordnance Survey map of Bristol and the mouth of the river Severn, various autographs including Kevin Keegan, etc (4)

Lot 1327

A XVIII Hand Coloured Engraving of Beachief Abbey, 14 x 34.5cm. Twin Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire map, later Borough of Cambridge, and Norton maps, unframed ordnance survey maps.

Lot 27

A mixed lot to include cruet sets, cased cutlery, compacts, ordnance survey map and other items

Lot 515

A 1932 Ordnance Survey issue map of Lincoln, some buildings highlighted in green, unframed.

Lot 377

A gilt framed ordnance survey map of Derbyshire

Lot 191

Victorian to 1930s Maps and Guides, various maps many on cloth including Ordnance Survey, Manoeuvre Map Aldershot District, Country Round Aldershot (2) one with illustrated covers, 1934 Quarter Inch map fourth edition South east and London, 1922 Tourist Map Chichester, Bartholomew, Environs of Aldershot pocket series, Quarter Inch map London District and half inch maps (12) all with blue covers and three 1930s Ward Lock guides, together with Souvenir De Paris dated 1896 and Palais De Fontainebleau dated 1918, F, (27)

Lot 119

The Imperial Map of England & Wales According to the Ordnance Survey, John Bartholomew, 1880, large cloth and leather bound Atlas

Lot 395

Leather briefcase with Ordnance Survey map contents

Lot 301

Collection of Kensitas Flowers Series silk-work pictures and information cards, various miniature prints and a unframed 1940 Second War Revision Ordnance Survey Pickering & Thirsk Map, and Indentures from 1812 & 1827

Lot 795

A collection of mixed Ordnance Survey maps including examples by Bartholomew's, Ordnance Survey 1-inch Tourist Map, etc (two shelves)

Lot 246

Yorkshire, collection of twenty-seven Ordnance Survey maps, scale six inches to one statute mile, Farndale folding map, 1930's & later Yorkshire land sale catalogues: The Brawby Park Estate, The Kilnwick Estate, Park House Farm, The Barmston Estate & others, The Land Valuer's Assistant by R. Hudson 1811, Illustrated Guide to Hull, pub. A Brown & Sons 1890 etc

Lot 451

ANGLING CHART OF LOCH LOMOND, prepared and issued by the Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Associated, dated 1937, along with a good collection of ordnance surveys including a Map of Hadrian's Wall published by the Ordnance Survey

Lot 160

Derbyshire History Interest. Collection of maps and guides comprising: Derby Corporation town planning map, Ordnance Survey, extensively hand-coloured with manuscript key, signed by the surveyor and dated January 1920, sectional, linen-backed; two sectional linen-backed folding maps for Castle Donington Manor (Copyholds in Derby Hills & Ticknall; Copyholds in Castle Donington); linen-backed folding Ordnance Survey map of Darley Abbey, marbled paper ends, slipcase bearing Stanford label; OS map of Derby dated in black ink (16 January 1912); three late-Victorian/Edwardian guides to Buxton; two albums of printed views depicting Buxton and Matlock (10)

Lot 36

England and Wales. Wyld (James), Railway Map of England, Wales and Scotland, Drawn from the Triangulation of the Ordnance Survey, the Survey of the Railway Companies, and Other Information..., circa 1855, very large engraved map with contemporary outline colouring on four sheets and laid on linen, heavily dust soiled and stained at base with numerous closed tears, mostly at base, presented on a contemporary wooden batten with gilt manuscript title 'England' on a separate panel affixed to batten, with large spring loaded roller at top of map, 1970 x 1310 mm, contained in a contemporary painted pine box, together with Wyld (James, publisher). An untitled Ordnance Survey map of most of Staffordshire and Warwickshire, circa 1845, large engraved map with contemporary outline colouring on twenty-eight conjoined sheets and laid on linen, heavily dust soiled and stained at base with several closed tears, mostly at base, presented on a contemporary wooden batten with a gilt manuscript title 'Staffordshire' on a separate panel affixed to batten with a large spring loaded roller at top of map, 1820 x 1460 mm (Qty: 2)

Lot 51

London. Froggett (John Walter), From the Ordnance Survey of the Country Thirty Miles round London, published G. F. Cruchley, with additions to 1855, large engraved map with bright contemporary outline colouring, sectionalised and laid on linen, marbled endpapers, cancelled library stamps to verso, 1085 x 1380 mm, contained in a contemporary cloth slipcase with printed label to upper cover, (Qty: 1)NOTESHowgego. no. 333. A later and unrecorded state as the last dated example (state 4) is 1841.

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