Maps

Page to showcase a series of maps from my modest Antique Map collection, maps will be added as and when I have the time! Click on the maps to go to the corresponding blog entry.

First Map is a map of the world by Herman Moll, published 1739:

world1739.jpg

The second map, of Italy, is from the same volume, also published 1739:

italy1739.jpg

Coventry 1807 by Cole and Roper:

coventry1807.jpg

Britain 1740, Kazier and de Lat:

britain1740.jpg

Britain 1731, Thomas Cox:

britain1731.jpg

London 1808, J. Russel:

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Russia 1779, T. Bowen:

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Warwickshire 1848, A. Fullerton:

warwickshire1848.jpg

England 1839, A. Fullerton:

england1839.jpg

World 1760, G. Rollos:

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