TOPOGRAPHY (UK GENERAL)
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Colour frontis. B/w photos. 3rd edition, revised. A few marks to covers and spine. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is price-cut with browned spine; some edge creasing and a few small nicks.
The British Heritage Series. B/w photos. 3rd edition, revised. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is faded and scuffed to spine; also torn in two pieces at front side of spine; some edge-creasing and small nicks of loss.
Introduction by Simon Jenkins. Green pictorial cloth with white title block to spine and black title. Endpapers are A Map of England. B/w illustrations. A fine copy contained in publisher's slipcase with just slight scuffing.
ENGLISH VILLAGE HOMES AND COUNTRY BUILDINGS
Written by Sydney R. Jones. Illustrated by Sydney R. Jones.
Stock no. 2134699
Published by B.T. Batsford. 2nd 1947. Almost very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Colour frontis. B/w photos. Red-brown cloth. Uneven fading to covers. Foxing to prelims, outer page edges and page margins. Wrapper is browned to spine with chips to edges and corners; some foxspots.
6th edition. B/w plates and illustrations. Green cloth, gilt title to spine. Colour frontis. Fading to spine. Name in ink to front endpaper. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is browned/faded to spine with some edge-tear; a few small nicks; few foxspots.
BRITANNIA DEPICTA OR OGILBY IMPROVED
Written by Emanuel Bowen. Illustrated by John Ogilby.
Stock no. 1821916
Published by Frank Graham. 1st thus 1970. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Facsimile Reprint Edition. Road Atlas Of England And Wales 1720. This book was based on Ogilby's famous work but incorporates history, heraldry and miscellaneous information on its beautiful maps. B/w maps. ISBN: 0900409398. Text block lightly browned and grubby. Contents clean. White dustwrapper is edge-worn and a little scuffed.
B/w illustrations. Pictorial dustwrapper is edgep-worn and torn with a small amount of loss to lower edge of rear panel, repaired and strengthened to rear with now yellowed tape.
Orange cloth. Colour frontis, b/w photos. British Heritage series. Light browning and foxing to prelims and text block. Bookplate to verso of front endpaper. Price-cut Brian Cook pictorial dustwrapper is foxed and slightly faded to spine.
A Pictorial survey with and Introduction and Commentary by Nicholson. B/w photos. Hinges pulled but binding tight and otherwise a lovely copy. Pictorial dustwrapper is a little grubby to rear panel and is browned to spine.
A survey of the country between the Chilterns and the Trent. Colour frontis. B/w photos. The Face Of Britain Series. Lower edge of boards discoloured. Minor foxing to text block. Brian Cook pictorial dustwrapper has price 12s.6d printed to front flap which is crossed out and 7/6 written in pencil, light rubbing to corners and spine, spine is also browned.
Yellow and brown pictorial cloth. B/w photos. Introduction by Keith Thomas. Minimal rubbing to cover edges. Small, light stain to one opening edge, a couple of tiny nicks and a small white mark to closed edge.
ATLAS MAIOR ANGLIA, SCOTIA & HIBERNIA (2 VOLUMES)
Written by Joan Blaeu; Peter Van Der Krogt.
Stock no. 1821734
Published by Taschen. 1st thus 2006. Nearly fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
The ATLAS MAIOR, the cartographical masterpiece of the Baroque, was brought out in 1662 and 1665 by the Amsterdam publisher Joan Blaeu, one of Holland's leading cartographers. Originally appearing in Latin, the atlas comprised 594 maps in 11 volumes, which depicted the whole of the world as known to early modern Europe. It was the largest and most expensive book to be published during the seventeenth century. For more than 100 years it remained the definitive atlas of the world, and today is one of the most sought-after and valuable antiquarian rarities. TASCHEN's bibliophile reprint of this costly atlas is based on the hand-colored copy with gilt highlights now in the Austrian National Library in Vienna. Alongside original quotes from Joan Blaeu relating to the individual maps, the new text by Peter van der Krogt explains the historical and cultural associations and introduces the reader to the fascinating world of early modern cartography. Large format. Two volumes. Colour maps, 58 of England, 55 of Scotland and Ireland. The text is in English, French and German. Contained in pictorial slipcase. ISBN: 9783822851043. Light bumping to top & tail of spines and light scuffing to boards. Dustwrappers have minor rubbing to corners. A lovely set contained in publisher's slipcase in almost fine condition.