Scotland








501 - 1542
Scotland
'Eylanden van Hitland, Eylanden van Hebrides, Eylanden van Fero'
Jacobsz, A. (c. 1676)
53 x 43

The Islands of Shetland, Hebrides, and Faroe. Three maps on one folio double page by the Amsterdam family of Jacobsz. Founded by Anthonie Jacobsz and later continued by sons Jacob and Caspar, the business published primarily Sea Atlases. Notably "A Zeespiegel" an Atlas which went into many later editions. They also used the name Lootsman to avoid confusion with other publishers. This copy with additional margin added on three sides, two small rust marks, but otherwise in generally good condition. Possibly original colour.
345.00 GBP









407 - 1393
Scotland
'Schetland anders Hitlandt'
Blaeu, W. J., (1633/52)
28 x 25

Very fine early map of The Shetland Islands by Willem Janszoon Blaeu. From his publication "Der ZeeSpiegel"  one of the rarest and most influencial Pilot books . This copy from a Dutch text edition, English text editions being known as the " Sea Mirrour ". Dutch text and coastal profiles verso. Later colour
300.00 GBP









1205 - 909
Scotland
'The Sea Coast from Fiffnesse to Montrose….'
Collins, Capt. G., (c. 1723)
55 x 44

Superb coastal chart engraved by (John) Mar for Captain Greenvile Collins' publication "Great Britain's Coasting Pilot", first issued in 1693. Shows the coastal area centred on the River Tay estuary, including Fifeness, St. Andrew's , Dundee, Arbroath and Montrose. Inset charts on a much larger scale show Aberdeen (further to the north) and Montrose. The attractive cartouche carries a dedication to the "Magistrates of Aberdeene" and a smaller cartouche informs that the Survey was carried out by "Mr. Mar, an Injenious marriner of Dundee". A fine copy on thick paper. Later hand colour.
255.00 GBP









408 - 1401
Scotland
'Arania Insula in aestuario Glottae. The Isle of Aran in the Fyrth of Clyd.'
Blaeu, J., (c.1654/62)
53 x 39

Superbly engraved map of the Island by Joan Blaeu from the first comprehensive atlas of Scotland. Published from 1654 the maps are mostly after the earlier surveys of Timoth Pont and Robert Gordon. Latin text verso. Fine early colour. Original margins reduced but otherwise condition excellent.
220.00 GBP









408 - 1400
Scotland
'Southerlandia'
Blaeu, J., (c.1654/62)
54 x 39

Superbly engraved map of Sutherland county by Joan Blaeu from the first comprehensive atlas of Scotland. Published from 1654 the maps are mostly after the earlier surveys of Timoth Pont and Robert Gordon. Latin text verso. Additional later colour.
200.00 GBP









408 - 1402
Scotland
'The South Part of the Isles of Shetland'
Collins, Capt. G., (1693 or later)
57 x 45

Attractive Sea Chart of the south part of Shetland by Captain Greenvile Collins from  "Great Britain's Coasting Pilot". The Atlas took about eight years to complete and went into many editions. A dark copy. A few repaired chips and old tape marks to the margins, but otherwise good condition. Later colour.
180.00 GBP









408 - 1407
Scotland
'The Chief Harbours in the Islands of Orkney…'
Collins, Capt. G., (c. 1688)
56 x 45

Attractive Sea Chart of various harbours in the Orkney Islands by Captain Greenvile Collins from "Great Britain's Coasting Pilot". The Atlas took about eight years to complete and went into many editions. An interesting chart with coastal profiles, various inset maps  and a fine title cartouche showing sea eagles. A copy on thick paper. Good condition. Later colour
180.00 GBP









408 - 1415
Scotland
Rapkin, J. (1851)
26 x 35

Fine map of Scotland, engraved by John Rapkin, for John Tallis's highly decorative "The Illustrated Atlas". The vignettes show; Edinburgh, Deer Stalking, Shinty, Holyrood House, Scott's Monumement, Brig of Doon and Burns's Monument. Single page map (no central fold). Original colour as published. Condition fine.
175.00 GBP









1204 - 902
Scotland
'Views of the principal Towns and Castles in Scotland….'
c. 1744
46 x 36

Large and decorative collection of views of principal towns and castles in scotland. Eleven copperplate engraved views on one sheet, from the Publication "Mr Tindals continuation of Rapins History". The views comprise; Edinburg, Sterling, Aberdeen, Sterling Castle, Glascow, Channery Town in Ross, Edinburg Castle, St. Andrews, Dunotyr Castle in Merns, The Bass, Montrose. Later colour, good margins, excellent condition.
140.00 GBP









710 - 2057
Scotland
'Scotia'
Ortelius, A. (c. 1603)
10 x 8.5

Fine early map of Scotland by Abraham Ortelius, engraved in small format by Philippe Galle, and published in the Epitome, or pocket-edition of the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". This map from an English text edition of c1603 published in London and thus one of the first world atlases published in England. Some slight loss of paper to top right hand corner, otherwise fine condition. Later colour
140.00 GBP









611 - 1923
Scotland
'A New Map of the South Part of Scotland'
Johnston, A. (1722)
46 x 36

Fine map of the South of Scotland engraved by Andrew Johnston for Robert Morden. From the 1722 edition of Camden's Britannia. Excellent condition A dark copy with good margins. Later colour.
120.00 GBP









604 - 1830
Scotland
'Scotland divided into its Counties from The Latest Surveys…'
Kitchin, T. (1784)
34 x 38

Fine double page map of Scotland by Thomas Kitchin for Walpoole's "New and Complete British Traveller". Features include a title cartouche of a bagpiper outside a castle, and an inset map of the Shetland Isles. Later colour.
85.00 GBP









410 - 1449
Scotland
'Perth'
Rapkin, J. (1851)
34 x 26

Fine map of the City engraved by John Rapkin, for John Tallis's highly decorative "The Illustrated Atlas". The vignettes show; Kinfaun's Castle, Perth (2), Bank of Scotland, Scone Palace. Single page map, (no central fold). Later colour . Condition fine.
80.00 GBP









1206 - 949
L'Ecosse
Brion de la Tour, L. (1771)
48 x 28

Copperplate map of Scotland from the Atlas Generale, engraved by Louis Brion de la Tour and published by Louis Charles Desnos. The engraving is accompanied by considerable text describing the country and its provinces (in French). Original colour.
70.00 GBP









408 - 1403

Scotland
'The Road from Queensferry to Dunfirmline'
Taylor & Skinner (c. 1776)
18 x 47

Plate 35 from "Taylor and  Skinner's Survey and Maps of the Roads of North Britain, or Scotland." Three roads are Illustrated.The road from Queen`s Ferry to Dunfirmline, Culross, Clackmannan and Stirling . Queensferry to Falkirk. And the road from The New Inn to Perth. Hand colour. Verso (plate 36 ) The Road from Prestonpans to N. Berwick and the road from Haddington to N. Berwick. (uncoloured)
60.00 GBP









408 - 1404

Scotland
'The Road from  Edinburgh to …Old Rain'
Taylor & Skinner (c. 1776)
18 x 47

Plate 30 from "Taylor and  Skinner's Survey and Maps of the Roads of North Britain, or Scotland." Two roads are Illustrated.The road from Edinburgh to Old Rain. And the road from Brechine to Aberdeen. Verso (plate 29) Edinburgh to Fochabers. Both hand coloured.
60.00 GBP









1207 - 961
Aberdeen
'A Perspective View of New Aberdeen in the County of Aberdeen or Marr'
Cooke, G. (c. 1779)
28 x 18

Copperplate view of the City by Goerge Cooke for the Modern Universal British Traveller. Later colour
60.00 GBP









1009-570
Scotland
'Scotland from the best Authorities'
Russell, J. (1818)
19 x 22

Scotland from Guthrie's Geography. Engraved by John Russell. Bright original colour. Excellent condition.
60.00 GBP









501 - 1543
Scotland
'A New and Accurate Map of Selkirkshire from the latest Surveys'
Brown, T. (c. 1840)
29 x 34

Detailed and attractive map of the county by Thomas Brown, Edinburgh bookseller. Later colour
50.00 GBP









407 - 1392
Scotland
'A New Map of Sutherlandshire Drawn from the best Authorities by Thos. Kitchin Geogr.'
Kitchen, T. (c.1750)
32 x 18

Finely engraved map of the County by Thomas Kitchen for the London Magazine. Later colour
50.00 GBP









507 - 1593
Scotland
Becker & Co. (c. 1845)
21 x 26

Attractive steel engraved map of the Country by the firm of Becker and Co. Hand coloured
40.00 GBP






1009 - 507



1009 - 507
Scotland
Starling, T. (c. 1832)
9 x 15

Uncommon and finely engraved map of the country from The Royal Cabinet Atlas. A numbered key identifies each county. Bright original colouring.
40.00 GBP








1108 - 779
Scotland
Fenner, R. (1828)
12 x 15

Highly detailed steel engraved map of the Country by Robert Fenner for “Fenner's Pocket Atlas”. Later full wash colour
25.00 GBP