Including City of London, Harrow, Enfield, Staines, Ealing, Westminster

308 - 1173
Seale, R. W. (c. 1765)
73 x 52

Superb map of Middlesex engraved by Richard William Seale (1703-1762) for "The Large English Atlas". The map was first published in 1751, early on in the eleven year production history of the Atlas. This copy from an edition of circa 1765. Features include a dedication cartouche to The Duke of Newcastle, Lord Lieutenant of the County, the coat of arms of the City of London, and a fine border left and right consisting of ninety-two coats of arms of the City Free Companies. Original colour to the map, later colour to the embellishments. Excellent condition.   
1100.00 GBP

1206 - 957
Middlesex (with Hertfordshire)
'Middelsexiae cum Hertfordiae comitatu Midlesex and Hertford Shire'
Schenk, P. & Valk, G. (c. 1700)
55 x 44

Very finely engraved map of the two counties by the Dutch cartographers Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk. Original colour. Verso blank. Particularly fine features of the map include a miniature plan of London and two extensive cartouches showing local activities such as barley growing and animal husbandry. The partnership of Schenk and Valk produced some of the best Dutch cartography, much of their output being based on the maps of Janssonius from whose business they had purchased many of the copper plates.
385.00 GBP

412 - 1512
'Middlesex Olima Trinobantibus habitata'
Hole, W. (c. 1637)
35 x 28

Fine map of the county by John Norden, from Camden`s Britannia. One of only six maps by Norden to be used for this publication. Features include a fine miniature plan of London. A good copy with generous margins. Later colour.
245.00 GBP

305 - 1129
'The Road from London to St Davids in Com Pembroke…'
Ogilby, J. (c. 1698)
44 x 30

The road from London to St Davids. First section- passing through Westminster to Brantford, Hounslow, Colnbrook and on to Maidenhead, Henley, Dorchester and Abington. Features include a particularly fine miniature plan of London. From John Ogilby's Britannia, generally considered one of the most important cartographical works of the seventeenth century. Later colour. Plate number 14. Very good condition. 
210.00 GBP

707 - 1999
'Bowles's New Medium Map of Middlesex...'
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. Fine condition.
165.00 GBP

512 - 1717
'A New Map of Middlesex divided into Hundreds exhibiting its Roads, Rivers, Parks...'
Cary, J. (1809)
54 x 49

Superbly engraved map of the county by John Cary. From "Cary's New English Atlas". The atlas was issued in parts from 1801 to 1809 and published as a complete work in 1809. Features on this map include a miniature plan of London. Very fine original hand colour. 
140.00 GBP

611 - 1911
'Middlesex by Robt. Morden'
Morden, R. (1722)
42 x 37

Superbly engraved and decorative map of the county by Robert Morden. From the 1722 edition of Camden's Britannia. Excellent condition with good margins. Later colour 
135.00 GBP

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1106 - 724
'A New Map of the County of Middlesex divided int hundreds'
Smith, C. (1804)
50 x 45

Large size and decorative map of the County by Jones, Smith & Co. for Smith's New English Atlas. The first map of the County to show longitudes measured from the meridian of Greenwich. Includes a fine miniature town plan of London. Very fine original hand colouring.
130.00 GBP

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1104 - 662
'Langley's new Map of Middlesex'
Langley, E. (c. 1818)
26 x 20

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 Waterloo Bridge. Fine original hand colouring.
95.00 GBP

1007 - 467

1007 - 467
'A Mapp of the County of Midlesex with the hundreds by Rich Blome'
Hollar, W. (1715)
21 x 14.5

Interesting and uncommon map of Middlesex. A reduced version of Speed and engraved by Wenceslaus Hollar it was used in various publications by Blome, from about 1681. This copy from the publication 'England exactly described' published in 1715. Later colour.
90.00 GBP


1104 - 689
Pigot, J (c. 1830)
36 x 23

Attractive and decorative steel engraved map of the county by James Pigot from his British Atlas. The vignette is of St Paul's Cathedral. Original colour
80.00 GBP


1103 - 635
Read, T. (c. 1746)
19 x 16

Map of the county by Samuel Simpson from the rare publication, 'The Agreeable Historian'. Simpson states "based on the designs of Herman Moll and others". In this case the engraver is Thomas Read. Traces of old folds, some strengthening to left margin, but generally excellent condition. Later colour
80.00 GBP

602 - 1786
Kitchin/Jefferys (1751) 
13.5 x 18

Finely engraved map of the county by Thomas Kitchin and Thomas Jefferys from their publication "The Smal English Atlas". This rare series of maps are distinctive by featuring considerable county information below the map. Later colour.
75.00 GBP


1104 - 688
'A Map of the County of Middlesex'
Toms, W. (1742)
15 x 15.5

Distinctive and uncommon map of the County drawn by Thomas Badeslade and engraved by William Toms for their publication 'Chorographia Britanniae'. Later colour
70.00 GBP

09010 - 72

09010 - 72
Teesdale, H (1829)
42 x 35

Early wash colour, good condition.  
65.00 GBP


905 - 205
'An Improved Map of Middlesex'
Cowley, I. (c. 1744)
18.5 x 13.5

Middlesex from the rare publication The Geography of England. Published by Robert Dodsley with maps engraved by Cowley. Later hand colour.
65.00 GBP

1004 - 396

1004 - 396
'A Modern Map of Middlesex Drawn from the latest surveys'
Ellis,  J. (c. 1773)
25 x 20

Detailed map of the county from Ellis' English Atlas. The style used is closely similar to that of Thomas Kitchen but the plates without a stated engraver are believed to have been engraved by Ellis himself. Later colour
60.00 GBP


905 - 181
'A Map of Middlesex Drawn from the Best Authorities'
Kitchen, T. (1764)
26 x 26

Detailed map showing roads leading from London and a wealth of county information. Later hand colour.
60.00 GBP

310 - 1203
'Middlesex by John Seller'
Seller, J. (c. 1703)
15 x 13

Fine map of the county by the Hydrographer and instrument maker John Seller for his "Anglia Contracta". This series of maps were first published in 1695. They were later used in a simplified form by Francis Grose for his "Supplement to the Antiquities of England and Wales", published from 1787.
60.00 GBP

309 - 1177
Moule, T. (c. 1848)
26 x 20

Decorative Steel engraved map of the county by Thomas Moule. Inset views of Westminster and Buckingham Palace . Later colour.
60.00 GBP

412 - 1488
Rocque, J. (c. 1769)
21 x 17

Very finely engraved map of the county by John Rocque for the publication "England Displayed" published by Russell and Price. Later colour
55.00 GBP

1004 - 686

1104 - 686
'Cruchley's county map of Middlesex showing all the Railways and names of Stations'
Cruchley, G. F. (c. 1877)
55 x 48

Large scale map of the county produced by lithography. Shows the county railway network at the height of the Victorian period.
50.00 GBP

401 - 1262
Lewis, W. (c. 1835)
14 x 10

Detailed and attractive miniature map of the County by William Lewis for his "Lewis's New Traveller's Guide". A particular feature of this charming series of maps is the clear and precise engraving of the roads. Adjacent numbers indicating the distances from London. Also included with the map is the accompanying page of text giving the county information relevant to travellers - principal towns and inns are listed, distances between towns, principal fair dates, and even sites for the best views of the county. Later colour.
40.00 GBP


911 - 300
Becker, F. (c. 1842)
35 x 29

Detailed steel engraved map of the county with original colour. Published in Fisher's County Atlas, the only cartographical work from this company.
40.00 GBP

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1009 - 598
Starling, T. (c. 1831)
23 x 19

Clearly engraved map of the county by Thomas Starling. Later wash colour. Generous margins
35.00 GBP