3 ORIGINAL ANTIQUE PAPER MAPS OF THE RIVER THAMES ISSUED BY THE PORT OF LONDON AUTHORITY - THEY HAVE GILDED EDGES TO THE PAPER AND LOOK TO HAVE BEEN PART OF A GUIDE BOOK OR OTHER PUBLICATION. EACH HAS "PORT OF LONDON AUTHORITY" ON THEM AND THEY ARE INDIVIDUALLY TITLED; "PLAN OF RIVER THAMES FROM TEDDINGTON TO GRAYS". "DOCKS". "PLAN OF RIVER THAMES FROM GRAYS TO WARDEN POINT". ALL ARE DATED MAY, 1914 AND WERE DRAWN BY "C.R.S.KIRKPATRICK, M.Inst.C.E., CHIEF ENGINEER". THEY WERE PRINTED BY "WATERLOW & SONS LTD., LONDON WALL, LONDON". THEY ARE APPROX. 92m x 25cm, 68cm x 25cm & 75cm x 13cm. ALL ARE IN EXCELLENT FOLDED CONDITION EXCEPT FOR A SMALL EDGE TEAR TO ONE OF THEM (SEE PHOTOS). PLEASE SEE THE FULL LISTING TO VIEW ALL PHOTOS (CLICK "READ MORE").
A SMALL ANTIQUE MAP OF "LONDON DISTRICT" SHOWING THE RAILWAYS AND THE UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC RALWAYS. THE PAPER MAP IS LINEN BACKED AND HAS "LONDON DISTRICT" PENNED ON THE BACK. THE TOP CORNER HAS "LONDON DISTRICT" AND A KEY WITH ""UNDERGROUND" ELECTRIC RYS. THUS.." APPROX. 29cm x 27cm. THE BORDER MAY HAVE BEEN TRIMMED. IT HAS SOME WEAR AND HANDLING MARKS (SEE PHOTOS). PLEASE SEE THE FULL LISTING TO VIEW ALL PHOTOS (CLICK "READ MORE").
Very Rare Antique 1829 Map Of England Scotland Wales Describing Principal Cross Roads In Great Britain With the distance mesured between the market towns and from London Beautifully detailed map of the United Kingdom from James Wyld's A New General Atlas of Modern Geography. Map contains travel routes and distances between market towns. James Wyld (1812-1887) was a British publisher and cartographer. His greatest geographical achievement was Wyld's Great Globe, exhibited in Leicester Square between 1851 and 1862. The globe, sixty feet high and lighted with gas, was at that point the largest ever constructed. He was geographer to Queen Victoria and H.R.H. Prince Albert. Printed on two sheets, joined with original linen tape. Center fold, as issued. Some discoloration in margins, not affecting image Published by James Wyld.
100%25 ORIGINAL LARGE ESSEX HERTS MIDDX LONDON MAP. BY G BACON C1900/S NOT DATED. ORIGINAL COLOUR FOLDING MAP LAID ON LINEN. MAP IN GOOD CONDITION NO TEAR NO REPAIRS. PART OF A COLLECTION LISTED TO BE LISTED OVER THE NEXT FEW WEEKS !
This is a Lovely Vintage Bacon's Gem Map of London and the Suburbs fold out map in a hardback cover. The date is approximately 1904-1924 due to railway details on the map and the address of G W Bacon at the time of production. The price on the front is 6d. <br><br>Please see photos for condition. <br><br>From a smoke free home. Do check out my other items for sale including more vintage gems.
LONDON PICTORIAL MAP Published by Geographers' Map Co. Ltd. Produced by Alexander Gross. Date: the map is not dated. Extension of the Central Line to Stratford, opened in 1946, is shown as 'under construction'.
Who was William Mavor?. William Fordyce Mavor (1758–1837) was a prolific author and a clergyman. He wrote mainly educational books, on subjects such as history, botany and pedagogy, and he also developed a system of shorthand.
Original slipcase with label largely torn away, and wear to the case. Map and cloth both in very good condition, a few fold mark with tanning to the cloth but most are very clean, small marginal surface tear to lower right corner section (visible in photo).
C.1895 "The Pictorial Plan of London" by Thomas Sulman (c.1834 - 1900), Published by Joseph Smith. Undated, the plan shows the principal buildings of historical interest, including Tower Bridge which it notes "Opened in 1894".
C.1908 Bacon's Picture Map of London. Produced c.1908, it shows a decorative and well laid out map showing the site of the current Franco-British Exhibition, as well as the Earls Court Exhibition. Overlaid is the Underground system (in red) showing a number of stations now disused, as well as the overground railway and stations.
No date but said to be c1850. Entered at Stationers Hall.". This example is with its original slipcase. This folding map is a particularly fine example of these learning aids, with the various industries - mining, farming, heavy industry in the north, etc. displayed in beautifully hand-coloured vignettes.
No date, circa 1930's, although a date of 1939 is given on the rear cover. Still has full original colours. Paper map not linen backed. The map exhibits small tears around edges and centre folds in a few places but has had minimal use.
The Map is attractively coloured with original hand colouring. CRUCHLEY’S REDUCED ORDNANCE MAP OF ENGLAND AND WALES. Sheets 26, 27, 19 and 20 on one sectioned linen backed map in original cloth covers.
Vintage Geographica London Map (Pre-decimalisation.)%0a<br>%0a<br>Dated approx 1965 - Victoria Line is missing from the tube map and wasn't completed until 1968.%0a<br>%0a<br>In amazing condition. Colours lovely and bright. Some very slight curling to the corners.%0a<br>%0a<br>Lovely vintage piece.%0a<br>%0a<br>Trusted ebayer.%0a<br>%0a<br>From a clean smoke free and pet free home.%0a<br>%0a<br>Dispatched with Royal Mail 2nd Class Large Letter.
London : for A. Churchill, J. Knapton & others, 1720. SPITTLE FIELDS AND PLACES ADIACENT TAKEN FROM YE LAST SURVEY WITH CORRECTIONS. Originally produced for the 1720 edition of John Stow’s “Survey of London”.
Publisher: Ordnance Survey. Covers lightly worn, edges creased. Paper on Cloth. May have small flaws, and has probably been read, but should appear overall clean and attractive. Fine (F) : Should have no flaws, a perfect copy of a used book.
The Map is attractively coloured with original hand colouring. CRUCHLEY’S REDUCED ORDNANCE MAP OF ENGLAND AND WALES. Sheets 32, 33, 38 and 39 on one sectioned linen backed map in original cloth covers.
Published for Stows Survey, 1720. The Wards of the City of London in 1870 (Image is in the Public Domain). Cheap Ward – With divisions into Parishes, taken from the last survey with Corrections and Additions.