Essex
Including Chelmsford, Basildon, Romford, Southend, Colchester, Harlow, Brentwood, West Ham








1112 - 841
Essex
'Essex, devided into Hundreds, with the most antient and fayre Towne Colchester described...'
Speed, J. (c. 1676)
51 x 39

Attractive copy of John Speed's map of Essex after Norden. Engraved by Hondius and published by Basset and Chiswell. Incorporates a town plan of Colchester and miniature view of London. No text verso, this may indicate that it was sold as a loose map originally. Some minor restorations. Later colour
425.00 GBP










912 - 336
Essex
An Accurate Map of the County of Essex'
Bowen, E. & Kitchen, T. (c. 1749/56)
66 x 53

From the Large English Atlas, generally considered the most important English cartographical achievement of the Eighteenth century. Original colouring to the map and later colour to the cartouches. Good condition
395.00 GBP










603 - 1818
Essex
'Essexia Comitatus…..'
Blaeu, J. (c. 1645/62)
52 x 42

Very fine map of the County by Joan Blaeu. The map embodies the finest features of Dutch Cartography of the Seventeenth century. Superbly engraved and arranged, with shields, coats of arms, galleons and several putti depicted using surveying chains and dividers. Dutch text verso and full margins. Later colour.
340.00 GBP






09010 - 09



1009 - 551
Essex
Ordnance Survey of Great Britain. Part the Ist. Containing the county of Essex.
Ordnance Survey, The Tower (1805)
90 x 63

Sheet XLVII of the four sheet map of Essex engraved for the first series of the Ordnance Survey. This series produced under the direction of Lt. Col. W Mudge, Shows the northern county from the extreme western boundary eastwards to the towns of Sudbury and Coggeshall. Includes Saffron Walden, Thaxted, Braintree etc, and also shows the eastern areas of Hertfordshire with southern areas of Suffolk. A detailed and crisp engraving in excellent unmarked condition. 
250.00 GBP










601 - 1765
Essex
'Essexia Comitatus…..'
Kip, W. (1607)
36.5 x 28.5

Fine early map of the County by William Kip after Christopher Saxton and others. From the first edition of Camden's Britannia to contain county maps and one of the earliest maps of the single county. Latin text verso. This copy with fine early colour. Condition excellent with good margins
245.00 GBP






09010 - 09



1104 - 671
Essex
'Essexia Comitatus'
Kip, W. (1637)
36.5 x 29

Attractive early map of the county by William Kip after Christopher Saxton, and others. Fine later colouring. Some minor defects but generally an excellent copy.
230.00 GBP










508 - 1638
Essex
'Essex divided into Hundreds…'
Bowen E. and T. (1767)
33 x 22.5

Very finely engraved  map of the County by Emanuel and Thomas Bowen from the "Atlas Anglicanus". The maps are generally derived from those in "The Large English Atlas", and extensive county information accompanying the maps is also a feature of this series. A rare item. Bright original colouring.
200.00 GBP






09010 - 09



09010 - 09
Essex
'A Map of the County of Essex'
Greenwood, C & J (1831)
70.5 x 61

Fine original wash colour, vignette of Audley End, good margins, minimal offsetting.
200.00 GBP










1110 - 828
Essex
'A Map of the county of Essex from an actual survey.'
(1833)

Key map to John Chapman and Peter Andre's large scale map of Essex. First published in 1777 this edition published in 1833. The map covers the whole county on a scale of two inches to five miles. Inset miniature town plan of Colchester, miniature plan of Harwich harbour, compass rose, and miniature copy of the frontispiece for the whole map which gives the title. Later wash colour to the hundreds. Excellent condition
170.00 GBP










707 - 2034
Essex
'Bowles's New Medium Map of Essex…..
Bowen, E. & T. (1785)
33 x 23

Finely engraved and detailed map of the county from "Bowles's New Medium English Atlas". The maps in this series are based on those in Emanuel and Thomas Bowen's Atlas Anglicanus, and feature extensive county information on the map. They are distinguished primarily by having newly engraved cartouches, distances from London added to towns, and different imprints at the bottom. Full original colour. Some slight offsetting to the left hand side, othewise Fine condition
150.00 GBP






09010 - 09



1009 - 550
Essex
Ordnance Survey of Great Britain. Part the Ist. Containing the county of Essex.
Ordnance Survey, The Tower (1805)
90 x 63

Sheet XLVIII of the four sheet map of Essex engraved for the first series of the Ordnance Survey. This series  produced under the direction of Lt. Col. W Mudge, shows the North eastern county and coast with southern and coastal areas of Suffolk. Includes Colchester, Ipswich. A detailed and crisp engraving in excellent unmarked condition
150.00 GBP










1111 - 834
Essex
'A Plan of Colchester'
1833

Fine large scale town plan of Colchester included in Chapman and Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. First published in 1777, this edition published in 1833. Later colour.
150.00 GBP






1006 - 456



1006 - 456
Essex
'Essex by Robt. Morden'
Morden, R. (1722)
42 x 35

Finely engraved map of the county by Robert Morden. From the 1722 edition of Camden's Britannia. Excellent condition. Later colour
145.00 GBP










1110 - 826
Essex
'The Ichnography of Colchester'
(c. 1768)
55 x 31

Fine town plan of Colchester published by T. Osborne for 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Essex' by Phillip Morant. Some old folds and associated strengthening verso, but generally in very good condition. Later colour.
150.00 GBP










610 - 1898
Essex
'A Map of the County of Essex from an Original Survey….. Sheet 16'
Chapman & Andre (1833)
59 x 46

Plate 16 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex.  Covers the area, on a scale of two inches to one mile, and includes, Waltham Cross, Chingford, Woodford,  Epping, Chigwell, Romford etc. Map bears the date 1777. Later colour
150.00 GBP










610 - 1894
Essex
'A Map of the County of Essex from an Original Survey….. Sheet 9'
Chapman & Andre (1833)
59 x 46

Plate 9 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex.  Covers the area, on a scale of two inches to one mile, and includes, Mark's Tey Colchester, Dedham etc. Map bears the date 1777. Later colour
140.00 GBP










702 - 1949
Essex
'A Map of the County of Essex from an Original Survey….. Sheet 7'
Chapman & Andre (1833)
59 x 46

Plate 7 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. Covers the area, on a scale of two inches to one mile, and includes Thaxted, Takely, Dunmow, Finchingfield etc. Map bears the date 1777. Early colour
130.00 GBP










610 - 1895
Essex
'A Map of the County of Essex from an Original Survey….. Sheet 11'
Chapman & Andre (1833)
59 x 46

Plate 11 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. Covers the area, on a scale of two inches to one mile, and includes, Roydon, Harlow, Nazing, North Weald etc. Map bears the date 1777. Later colour
125.00 GBP










610 - 1896
Essex
'A Map of the County of Essex from an Original Survey….. Sheet 12'
Chapman & Andre (1833)
59 x 46

Plate 12 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex.  Covers the area, on a scale of two inches to one mile, and includes, The Rodings, Fifield, Writtle, western Chelmsford etc. Map bears the date 1777. Later colour
125.00 GBP










610 - 1899
Essex
'A Map of the County of Essex from an Original Survey….. Sheet 17'
Chapman & Andre (1833)
59 x 46

Plate 17 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex.  Covers the area, on a scale of two inches to one mile, and includes, Ingatestone, Brentwood, Billericay, etc. Map bears the date 1777. Later colour
120.00 GBP










610 - 1897
Essex
'A Map of the County of Essex from an Original Survey….. Sheet 13'
Chapman & Andre (1833)
59 x 46

Plate 13 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. Covers the area, on a scale of two inches to one mile, and includes, Kelvedon, Maldon, Hatfield Peveral etc. Map bears the date 1777. Later colour
100.00 GBP










1110 - 824
Essex
A Map of the county of Essex from an actual survey…..plate VIII
(1833)
59 x 46

Plate 8 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. First published in 1777 this edition published in 1833. Covers a central area of the county on a scale of two inches to the mile including, Braintree, Halstead, and Coggeshall. Later colour
100.00 GBP










1110 - 814
Essex
A Map of the county of Essex from an actual survey…..plate III
(1833)
59 x 46

Plate 3 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty five sheet map of Essex. First published in 1777 this edition published 1833. Covers the northern area of Essex bordering Suffolk, on a scale of two inches to one mile. Includes The Yeldhams, Castle Hedingham etc. Later colour.
100.00 GBP










612 - 1927
Essex
'A Map of the county of Essex from an actual survey…. plate X'
Chapman & Andre (1833/1777)
59 x 46

Plate 10 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. First published in 1777 this edition published in 1833. Covers the northern coastal area and includes Manningtree, Harwich, and Walton. Later colour.
95.00 GBP










1110 - 820
Essex
A Map of the county of Essex from an actual survey…..plate XXI
(1833)
59 x 46

Plate 21 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. First published in 1777 this edition published in 1833. Covers the south-westerley area of Essex bordering Middlesex (London), on a scale of two inches to one mile. Includes, Leyton, Wanstead, Barking. This plate also shows the scale for the whole map. Later colour
90.00 GBP









1110 - 822
Essex
A Map of the county of Essex from an actual survey…..plate XXII
(1833)
59 x 46

Plate 22 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. First published in 1777 this edition published in 1833. Covers an area of the county on a scale of two inches to the mile  bordered by the Thames estuary including, Hornchurch, Upminster, Tilbury etc. Later colour
90.00 GBP










1110 - 823
Essex
A Map of the county of Essex from an actual survey…..plate XVIII
(1833)
59 x 46

Plate 18 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. First published in 1777 this edition published in 1833. Covers a central area of the county on a scale of two inches to the mile, including The Hanningfields, Wickford and Rochford. Later colour
90.00 GBP










1110 - 831
Essex
'A Map of the county of Essex from an actual survey…. plate XIV'
(1833)
59 x 46

Plate 14 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. First published in 1777 this edition published in 1833. Covers the area of the Blackwater river estuary including the Tolleshunts, Mersea Island, Bradwell etc. Later colour
90.00 GBP










1111 - 836
Essex
'A Map of the county of Essex from an actual survey…..plate XXIII'
1833
59 x 46

Plate 23 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty five sheet map of Essex. First published in 1777, this edition published in 1833. Covers the Thames estuary and includes Canvey Island, South Benfleet, Lee, and the village of Southend. Later colour.
90.00 GBP










1111 - 837
Essex
'A Map of the county of Essex from an actual survey…..plate XIX'
1833
59 x 46

Plate 19 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. First published in 1777, this edition published in 1833. Covers the area around the River Crouch estuary and includes Wallasey and Foulness Islands, Burnham etc. Later colour
90.00 GBP










1110 - 812
Essex
'A Map of the county of Essex from an actual survey…..Plate I'
1833
57 x 46

Plate 1 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. First published in 1777 this edition published in 1833. Covers the north-western corner of Essex bordering Hertfordshire and Cambrigdeshire, on a scale of two inches to one mile. Later colour
80.00 GBP










1111 - 838
Essex
'A Map of the county of Essex from an actual survey…..plate XV'
1833
59 x 46

Plate 15 of John Chapman and Peter Andre's twenty-five sheet map of Essex. First published in 1777 this edition published in 1833. Covers the coastal area of Essex around the villages of St. Osyth, Clacton, the Hollands and Frinton. Later colour.
70.00 GBP










407 - 1385
Essex
'A New Map of the county of Essex Divided into hundreds'
Smith, C. (c. 1804)
51 x 45

Very fine county map by Charles Smith from the first edition of his "New English Atlas". One of the first atlases to use the meridian of Greenwich. Original colour with full margins.
100.00 GBP






908 - 265



908 - 265
Essex
van Langeren, J. (1643 or later)
10.3 x 10.5

Rare Engraving from Jenner's 'A Direction for the English Traviller'. Includes a distance table (originated by John Norden) and finely engraved small scale map.
100.00 GBP






911 - 289



911 - 289
Essex
Virtue & Co. (c. 1836)
40 x 38

Map of the county published to accompany 'The History of Essex' by Thomas Wright. Old folds, later hand colour.
65.00 GBP






09010 - 71



09010 - 71
Essex
Teesdale, H (1829)
42 x 35

Early wash colour, good condition.  
60.00 GBP






911 - 288



911 - 288
Essex
Pigot, J. (c. 1830)
35.5 x 23

Steel engraved map of the county. Includes fine vignette of Saffron Walden Church. Later colour
90.00 GBP










1205 - 929
Colchester
Roper, J. (1810)
24 x 18

Detailed and decorative plan of the city by John Roper after the drawing of George Cole, from “The British Atlas”. Later colour. The vignette view is of the entrance gateway to St. Johns Abbey, drawn by Prout.
50.00 GBP






09010 - 49



09010 - 49
Essex
Dispatch Atlas (1863)
43 x 31

Early outline colour.
25.00 GBP






911 - 293



911 - 293
Essex
'View of Billericay' from Wright's History of Essex
Wallis, H. (c. 1836)
16 x 10

Steel engraved view of Billericay from a drawing by Bartlett, published in Wright's History of Essex.
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25.00 GBP