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Historic Maps (R19), THE FAMOUS CITTIE OF BRISTOLL WITH ITS SUBURBES
Map of Bristol & surrounding area by J.Millerd, c.1671. Thought to be a trial for a large 1673 plan.
Historic Maps (R23), AN EXACT DELINEATION OF THE FAMOUS CITTY OF BRISTOLL AND SUBURBS
Print mounted on cloth. c.1728-30 edition of T.Millerd's 1673 map.
Historic Maps (R35), DRAUGHT FOR THE PLAN OF AN EXCHANGE IN THE CITY OF BRISTOL
Print. W.Halfpenny, 1727.
Historic Maps (R39), MAP OF THE RIVERS SEVERN AND WYE FROM SPIRES- MONTGOMERYSHIRE TO THEIR INFLUX INTO BRISTOL CHANNEL
Print by T.Kitchen, 1782.
Historic Maps (R41), SOMERSETTENSIS
Print entitled "Somersettensis Comitatus. Vulgo Somersett shoppe. W.M. Kip 1610.
Historic Maps (R42), SOMERSETSHIRE
Print entitled "Somerset". Drawn from accurate study by T.Kitchin 1785.
Historic Maps (R43), GLOCESTRIA DUCATUS VULGO GLOCESTERSHIRE
A map of Gloucestershire entitled 'GLOCESTRIA DUCATUS VULGO GLOCESTERSHIRE', by J.W. Blaeu, 1648.
Historic Maps (R48), MAP OF WILTSHIRE FROM BEST AUTHORITIES
Coloured map of Wiltshire, by J.Cary, c.1800.
Historic Maps (R59), HENBURY
Print. "Henbury, Seat of Simon Harcourt Esq." by J.Kip. From Atkins' Gloucestershire 1712 or 1768.
Historic Maps (R60), HENBURY
Print. "Henbury, Seat of Mr. John Sampsen" by J. Kip. From Atkins' Gloucestershire. 1712 or 1768.
Historic Maps (R91), AN EXACT DELINEATION OF THE FAMOUS CITTY OF BRISTOLL AND SUBURBS
Map. Miller, after 1696. On board.
Historic Maps (R111), PLAN OF THE CITY OF BRISTOL
"Plan of the City of Bristol", ; Ashmead & Plumley, 1828. Two sheets, folding. On cloth in a book- shaped box.
Historic Maps (R112), CLIFTON AND BRISTOL
Map of "Clifton and Bristol". Rapkin & Winkles. Limited run 73/500.
Historic Maps (R80), CYCLING MAP OF THE BRITISH ISLES
Mason & Paynes's "Cycling Map of the British Isles".
Historic Maps (R84), Canada
Coloured map of Canada (New Found Land) by Vincenzo Coronelli, Cosmographer to the Venetian Republic, about1600
Historic Maps (R45), GLOUCESTERSHIRE
Print/ map. "A New Map of Gloucestershire divided into Hundreds" by J.Cary 1821.
Historic Maps (M468), THE MANNOR OF WEST HANHAM
Map entitled 'THE MANNOR OF WEST HANHAM'. 1842 Reproduction.
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