Norfolk
Including Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King's Lynn, Dereham, Cromer, Hunstanton








510 - 1672
Norfolk
'Norfolkiae comitatus, quem oli iceni insederunt'
Kip, W. (1610)
38.5 x 27

Fine early map of the county by William Kip after Christopher Saxton. From the first English translation edition of Camden's Britannia. One of the earliest maps of the single county and predating Speed. No text verso. This copy trimmed to neat lines left and right (as often found) and remargined. Later colour. Relevant text will be supplied with this map.
285.00 GBP










701 - 1932
Norfolk
'Nortfolkia vernacule Norfolke'
Jansson, J. (c. 1720)
48 x 38

Finely engraved map of the County by Jan Jansson. Features include a fine title cartouche of sea nymphs and fishing, seven shields arranged with ribbons and putti, a mileage cartouche depicting sheep and cattle. In the sea area two galleons and a sea monster are engraved. Bears the imprint, bottom right, of Peter Schenk and Gerard Valk of Amsterdam who purchased the plates in 1683 and added their imprint to the plate for further publication of the loose maps after this date. No text verso. Good condition with full margins. Outline hand colour
280.00 GBP










511 - 1689
Norfolk
'Norfolkiae comitatus, quem oli iceni insederunt...'
Kip, W. (1637)
38.5 x 27

Fine early map of the county by William Kip after Christopher Saxton. From the second English translation edition of Camden's Britannia. Plate number and compass rose lower left. One of the earliest maps of the single county. No text verso. This copy with good margins all round. Later colour. Condition excellent.
265.00 GBP










508 - 1624
Norfolk
'Norfolk divided into its Hundreds…
Bowen E. & 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










704 - 1955
Norfolk
'The Road from Kings-Lyn to Norwich continued to Yarmouth in Norfolk'
Ogilby, J. (c. 1676)
44.5 x 35

The road from Kings-Lyn -to Gayton, Mileham, Billingford to Norwich, continuing to Yarmouth. From John Ogilby's Britannia, generally considered one of the most important cartographical works of the seventeenth century. Other features include a very fine cartouche. Later colour. Plate number 76. Some professional repairs to the right hand side, left margin and centre fold strengthened. Otherwise good condition
170.00 GBP










704 - 1956
Norfolk
'The Road from King's-Lyn in co. Norf. To Harwich co. Essex'
Ogilby, J. (c. 1676)
44.5 x 34.5

The road from Kings-Lyn-to Swaffam, Stanford, Thetford, Ickworth, Stowmarket, and Ipswich, continuing to Harwich by ferry. From John Ogilby's Britannia, generally considered one of the most important cartographical works of the seventeenth century. Other features include a very fine cartouche. Later colour. Plate number 75. Some professional repairs to the right margin, otherwise excellent condition.
165.00 GBP






1008 - 479



1008 - 479
Norfolk
'Yarmouth and the Sands about it'.
Collins, G. Capt. (c. 1720)
57 x 45.5

Attractive and decorative sea chart by Captain Greenvile Collins from the 'Great Britain's Coasting Pilot', the first original sea Atlas produced by an Englishman. Commissioned by King Charles II in 1676 and started in 1681 the work took seven years and was first issued as a complete atlas in 1693. This chart covering almost thirty miles of Norfolk and Suffolk coastline and a large area of the North Sea. The particularly fine and decorative cartouche carries a dedication to the Duke of Norfolk and is illustrated with mermaid and merman and the main industry of the area, fishing. Later colour.
160.00 GBP










706 - 1991
Norfolk
'Norfolk by Robt. Morden'
Sturt, J. (1722)
58.5 x 37.5

Elegantly engraved map of the county by John Sturt for Robert Morden's series of maps published in Camden's Britannia. Hand coloured.
120.00 GBP






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1106 - 721
Norfolk
'A New Map of the County of Norfolk divided into 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. Very fine original hand colouring.
100.00 GBP






1009
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1101 - 608
Norfolk
Barnett, T. (1831)
42 x 35

Clearly engraved and decorative map of the county published by Henry Teesdale after Robert Rowe. Original colour. Excellent condition.
75.00 GBP








        

504 - 1571
Norfolk
Simpson, S. (1746)
18 x 16

Fine map of the county by Samuel Simpson for his publication "The Agreeable Historian". Most of the maps in this rare series are said by Simpson to be based on those of Herman Moll. Later colour
65.00 GBP










404 - 1320
Norfolk
'A Map of Norfolk'
Bowen, E. (c. 1724)
12 x 19

Finely engraved map of the county by Emanuel Bowen and John Owen for the publication "Britannia Depicta". To the top are given details of the Road from Kings Lyn to Norwich and verso a section of the road through Suffolk to Ipswich and Harwich is engraved. After John Ogilby. Later colour
50.00 GBP










401 - 1257
Norfolk
Lewis, W. (c. 1835)
10 x 14

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










1205 - 931
Norfolk
Roper, J. (1810)
24 x 18

Detailed and decorative map of the county by Cole and Roper for The British Atlas. Original hand colouring. Excellent condition.
40.00 GBP










1201 - 857
Norfolk
Walker, J & C (c. 1840)
33 x 25

Steel engraved map of the county produced for Samuel Lewis' Topographical Dictionary and engraved by J & C Walker. Later colour
40.00 GBP