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CARY'S TRAVELLER'S COMPANION AND CARY'S NEW ITINERARY
Written by John Cary.
Stock no. 1201228
Published by John Cary. 1817. Very good condition.
Contains Cary's Traveller's Companion or a Delineation of the Turnpike Roads of England and Wales. With coloured map of England/Wales and 42 coloured county maps including a large folding map of Yorkshire. Bound with Cary's New Itinerary or An Accurate Delineation of the Great Roads, Both Direct and Cross, Throughout England and Wales With Many of the Principle Roads in Scotland. 6 folding colour maps. Includes index to the Direct Roads From London, Principle Places that Occur in the Crossroads, List of Inns from which Stagecoaches Depart plus 950 pages. Modern brown leather spine with gilt title. Original tree calf covers. The large folding map of Yorkshire has been restored. The large folding map of England, Wales and Scotland has been repaired. The map referred to in the New Itinerary is not present. Corners slightly worn.
AN ACCURATE MAP OF CARMARTHENSHIRE AND GLAMORGANSHIRE
Written by Thomas Kitchin.
Stock no. 817059
Published by Carington Bowles. Circa 1763. Very good condition.
Large folding linen-backed map outlined in colour. 28.5 x 21.5 inches. With two vignettes (Carmarthen and Cardiff). In slipcase which is worn at edges and split along one side. REDUCED FROM Â£300.
AN ACCURATE MAP OF CARDIGANSHIRE AND AN ACCURATE MAP OF PEMBROKESHIRE
Written by Thomas Kitchin.
Stock no. 586163
Published by Carington Bowles. Circa 1767. Very good condition.
Coloured folding linen-backed map, 28 x 21". In decorative slipcase. Slipcase is worn. Map is clean and bright. REDUCED from Â£300.
THE MAP OF MID SIXTEENTH CENTURY LONDON
Written by Stephen Powys Marks.
Stock no. 668301
Published by London Topographical Society. 1st 1964. Very good condition.
Large format. Brown cloth spine, grey boards. 10 b/w plates. An investigation into the relationship between a copper-engraved map and its derivatives. Covers slightly marked.
NEW PANORAMA OF THE RHINE FROM MENTZ TO COLOGNE
Written by Frederick William Delkeskamp.
Stock no. 985041
Published by F.W. Delkeskamp. 1844. Almost very good condition.
104" b/w engraved panorama, folded concertina-style in stiff card covers. Black cloth spine. Augmented with 60 b/w marginal views. The map is in excellent condition. The corners and backstrip of the covers are worn. A stunning early panorama.