Including Huntingdon, St. Ives, St. Neots, Ramsey, Yaxley

302 - 1083
Bedfordeshire and Huntingdonshire
Hole, W. (1622)
31 x 25

Decorative and rare engraving representing Bedfordshire and Huntingdonshire counties by William Hole for Michael Drayton's Polyolbion.  Decorated with water nymphs, and allegorical figures to illustrate the main topographical features, rivers, towns etc. Michael Drayton (1563 - 1631) was an important poet and literary figure. A contemporary of Shakespeare and Spenser, the Polyolbion is considered to be his masterpiece. He is buried in Westminster Abbey. Later colour. Traces of worm to lower corners faintly affecting the engraving. Otherwise excellent
180.00 GBP

1208 - 998


'The Road from London to Flambourough Head….'
Ogilby, J. (1698)
43 x 35

The road from London to Flamborough Head. From John Ogilby's Britannia, generally considered one of the most important cartographical works of the seventeenth century. This section is from Temsford through to Stilton, then Peterborough, Market Deeping, Morton, Sleaford, and on to Lincoln. Features include miniature town plans of Peterborough and Lincoln. Fine cartouche. Plate mark 41. Fine dark engraving in excellent unmarked condition with good margins. Later colour  
140.00 GBP

508 - 1629


'Huntingdonshire divided into its Hundreds'
Bowen E. and T. (1767)
22.5 x 33

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.
100.00 GBP

1104 - 661
'Langley's new Map of Huntingdonshire'
Langley, E. (c. 1818)
18 x 26

Attractive and uncommon map of the county by the partnership of Edward Langley and William Belch from their publication Langley's New County Atlas of England and Wales. The vignette shows a view of St. Ives. Fine original hand colouring.

60.00 GBP

                                - 629

1102 - 629

'Huntingtonshire By Robt. Morden'
Morden, R. (1722)
42.5 x 36.5

Finely engraved and decorative map of the county by Robert Morden. From the 1722 edition of Camden's Britannia. Later colour
50.00 GBP

411 - 1475

'Map of England and Wales'
Cary, J. (c. 1790)
21 x 27

Sheet 34 of John Cary's Map of England and Wales published in 81 sheets. Covers the area of Huntingdonshire and much of Cambridgeshire includes Cambridge, Ely Wisbeach, Oundle, Peterborough etc. Original colour.
40.00 GBP


903 - 151
'A Map of Huntingdonshire from the Best Authorities'
Cary, J. Camden's Britannia (1789)
41 x 53

Double page finely engraved map. Good impression and good condition.
40.00 GBP


1105 - 702
Moule, T. (c. 1845)
20 x 27

Decorative steel engraved map of the county by Thomas Moule. Inset views of Brampton Park and Hinchingbrook Castle. Later colour.
38.00 GBP


1009 - 595
'A New Map of Huntingdonshire Drawn from the Best Authorities'
Kitchen, T. (1764)
20 x 26

Detailed and finely engraved map giving a wealth of county information. Engraved by Thomas Kitchen. Later colour
35.00 GBP

911 - 297

911 - 297
Laurie & Whittle. (c. 1807)
18 x 23

Scarce map of the county, originally engraved by Benjamin Baker. Subsequently used by Laurie and Whittle for the New and Improved English Atlas.
35.00 GBP


1104 - 673
Cary, J. (1793)
22 x 26

Finely engraved Map of the county by John Cary from his 'New and Correct Atlas'. Original colour. 
30.00 GBP


903 - 133
Dispatch Atlas (1863)
31 x 43

Early outline colour.
20.00 GBP