Including Ipswich, Bury St. Edmunds, Lowestoft, Felixstowe, Sudbury, Haverhill, Bungay

503 - 1562
'Suffolkia vernacule Suffolke'
Blaeu, J. (c. 1647)
50 x 38.5

Superb map of the County by Joan Blaeu. Features include fine title cartouche and scale cartouche, and nine coats of arms. Dutch text verso, full margins and very fine original colour 
349.00 GBP

510 - 1675
'Suffolkiae Comitatus….'
Kip, W. (1610)
37.5 x 27.5

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.
265.00 GBP


906 - 212


'An Accurate Map of the County of Suffolk Divided into its Hundreds.'
Bowen, E. (c. 1767)
70 x 53

Detailed and decorative map from Bowen and Kitchen's Large English Atlas. Some areas of slight discolouration, lower fold strengthened and repaired tear just into border. Later colouring.
200.00 GBP

704 - 1958
'The Road from London to Yarmouth com. Norf.'
Ogilby, J. (c. 1676)
45 x 34.5

The road from Colchester -to Stretford, Ipswich, Martlesham, Saxmundham, Beccles, 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 54. Excellent condition.
195.00 GBP

508 - 1631
'Suffolk 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.
150.00 GBP

707 - 2020
'Bowles's New Medium Map of Suffolk..'
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.
120.00 GBP

708 - 2042
'Suffolk by Robt. Morden'
Morden, R. (1722)
43 x 36

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

512 - 1709
'A New Map of Suffolk 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. Very fine original hand colour. 
95.00 GBP

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1106 - 742
'A New Map of the County of Suffolk 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.
75.00 GBP

406 - 1359
Measom, W & G. (1874)
48 x 32

Large Size wood engraved view of the town published in the "Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News"
60.00 GBP

406 - 1364
'A Map of Suffolk from the Best Authorities'
Cary, J. (c. 1789)
52 x 41

Finely enraved map of the County by John Cary. From the 1789 edition of Camden's Britannia. Later colour with good margins
60.00 GBP

504 - 1579
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. Two tears to the left hand side have been expertly repaired. Later colour
55.00 GBP

601 - 1770
'The County of Suffolk'
Seller, J. (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.
50.00 GBP

602 - 1783
'A Map of Suffolk'
Kitchin/Jefferys (1751)
13.5 x 18

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


906 - 219
Baker, B. (c. 1807)
23 x 19

Suffolk from Laurie and Whittle's New and improved English Atlas. Originally engraved by Benjamin Baker. Original colour
50.00 GBP

605 - 1851
'A New Map of Suffolk Drawn from the Latest Authorities'
Conder, T. (1784)
23 x 18

Finely engraved and decorative map of the county by Thomas Conder for the publication "The New British Traveller". Features include a cartouche of a rural scene and coat of arms . Later colour.
45.00 GBP

1201 - 855
Moule, T. (c. 1848)
27 x 21

Decorative steel engraved map of the county by Thomas Moule. Includes views of Euston Hall and Heveningham Hall. Later colour.
45.00 GBP

607 - 1870
Starling, T. (1819)
17 x 16

Attractively engraved map of the town by Thomas Starling. Later colour.
40.00 GBP


906 - 220
The County of Suffolk
Seller, J. (c. 1787)
14.5 x 12

Attractive map originally engraved for Seller's Anglia Contracta of 1695. Reissued for use in "The Antiquities of England And Wales" by Francis Grose.
40.00 GBP

411 - 1476
Map of England and Wales
Cary, J. (c. 1790)
21 x 27

Sheet 35 of John Cary's Map of England and Wales published in 81 sheets. Covers the area of East Suffolk and Norfolk includes Newmarket, Bury St. Edmunds Ipswich, Swaffam etc. Original colour.
40.00 GBP

1208 - 992
Roper, J. (c. 1810)
24 x 18

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

401 - 1266
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.
35.00 GBP

09010 - 46

09010 - 46
Dispatch Atlas (1863)
44 x 31

Early outline colour.
20.00 GBP