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1611 Map of Buckingham, both Shyre and Shire Towne described.  An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Buckingham, both Shyre and Shire Towne described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073523 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Buckingham, both Shyre and Shire Towne described.  An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
2 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Buckingham, both Shyre and Shire Towne described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073524 1.00 
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1611 Map of Buckingham, both Shyre and Shire Towne described.  An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
3 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Buckingham, both Shyre and Shire Towne described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073525 1.00 
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1611 Map of Cornwall. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
4 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Cornwall. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073573 1.00 
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1611 Map of Cornwall. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
5 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Cornwall. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073574 1.00 
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1611 Map of Cumberland and the Ancient Citie Carlisle described with many memorable antiquities therein found observed. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
6 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Cumberland and the Ancient Citie Carlisle described with many memorable antiquities therein found observed. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073569 1.00 
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1611 Map of Cumberland and the Ancient Citie Carlisle described with many memorable antiquities therein found observed. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
7 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Cumberland and the Ancient Citie Carlisle described with many memorable antiquities therein found observed. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073570 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Cumberland and the Ancient Citie Carlisle described with many memorable antiquities therein found observed. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
8 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Cumberland and the Ancient Citie Carlisle described with many memorable antiquities therein found observed. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073571 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Derbyshire described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
9 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Derbyshire described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073567 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Derbyshire described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
10 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Derbyshire described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073568 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Devonshire. With Exeter described and the Armes of such Nobles as have borne the titles of them. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
11 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Devonshire. With Exeter described and the Armes of such Nobles as have borne the titles of them. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073563 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Devonshire. With Exeter described and the Armes of such Nobles as have borne the titles of them. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
12 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Devonshire. With Exeter described and the Armes of such Nobles as have borne the titles of them. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073564 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Dorsetshire. With the Shyre towne Dorchester described, as also the Armes of such noble families as have bene honored... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
13 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Dorsetshire. With the Shyre towne Dorchester described, as also the Armes of such noble families as have bene honored... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073562 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Essex, divided into Hundreds, with the most antient and fayre Towne Colchester described... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
14 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Essex, divided into Hundreds, with the most antient and fayre Towne Colchester described... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073612 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Glamorganshire. With the sittuations of the chiefe towne Cardiff and ancient Landaffe described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
15 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Glamorganshire. With the sittuations of the chiefe towne Cardiff and ancient Landaffe described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073617 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Glamorganshire. With the sittuations of the chiefe towne Cardiff and ancient Landaffe described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
16 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Glamorganshire. With the sittuations of the chiefe towne Cardiff and ancient Landaffe described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073619 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Gloucestershire. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
17 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Gloucestershire. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073615 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Gloucestershire. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
18 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Gloucestershire. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073616 1.00 
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1611 Map of Hampshire described and divided. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
19 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Hampshire described and divided. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073538 1.00 
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1611 Map of Hampshire described and divided. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
20 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Hampshire described and divided. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073539 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Herefordshire described. With the true plot of the citie Hereford, as also the Armes of those Nobles...  An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
21 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Herefordshire described. With the true plot of the citie Hereford, as also the Armes of those Nobles... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073535 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Herefordshire described. With the true plot of the citie Hereford, as also the Armes of those Nobles...  An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
22 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Herefordshire described. With the true plot of the citie Hereford, as also the Armes of those Nobles... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073536 1.00 
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1611 Map of Hertfordshire described. The sittuations of Hartford, and the most ancient towne St. Albans with such memorable actions.... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
23 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Hertfordshire described. The sittuations of Hartford, and the most ancient towne St. Albans with such memorable actions.... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073514 1.00 
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1611 Map of Hertfordshire described. The sittuations of Hartford, and the most ancient towne St. Albans with such memorable actions.... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
24 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Hertfordshire described. The sittuations of Hartford, and the most ancient towne St. Albans with such memorable actions.... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073515 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Hertfordshire described. The sittuations of Hartford, and the most ancient towne St. Albans with such memorable actions.... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
25 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Hertfordshire described. The sittuations of Hartford, and the most ancient towne St. Albans with such memorable actions.... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073516 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Huntington both Shire and Shire Towne with the ancient citie Ely described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
26 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Huntington both Shire and Shire Towne with the ancient citie Ely described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073496 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Huntington both Shire and Shire Towne with the ancient citie Ely described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
27 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Huntington both Shire and Shire Towne with the ancient citie Ely described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073497 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Huntington both Shire and Shire Towne with the ancient citie Ely described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
28 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Huntington both Shire and Shire Towne with the ancient citie Ely described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073498 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Isle of Wight. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
29 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Isle of Wight. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073584 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Isle of Wight. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
30 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Isle of Wight. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073585 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Isle of Wight. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
31 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Isle of Wight. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073586 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Leicester both Countye and Citie described, the Honorable Famylies that have had the titles of Earls thereof... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
32 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Leicester both Countye and Citie described, the Honorable Famylies that have had the titles of Earls thereof... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073517 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Leicester both Countye and Citie described, the Honorable Famylies that have had the titles of Earls thereof... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
33 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Leicester both Countye and Citie described, the Honorable Famylies that have had the titles of Earls thereof... An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073518 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Middlesex. Described with the most famous cities of London and Westminster. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
34 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Middlesex. Described with the most famous cities of London and Westminster. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073551 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Middlesex. Described with the most famous cities of London and Westminster. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
35 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Middlesex. Described with the most famous cities of London and Westminster. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073553 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Norfolk. A countie florishing & populous described and divided. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
36 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Norfolk. A countie florishing & populous described and divided. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073608 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Norfolk. A countie florishing & populous described and divided. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
37 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Norfolk. A countie florishing & populous described and divided. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073609 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of North Wales. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
38 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of North Wales. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073541 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of North Wales. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
39 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of North Wales. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073542 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of North Wales. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
40 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of North Wales. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073544 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Northamptonshire. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
41 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Northamptonshire. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073606 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Northumberland. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
42 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Northumberland. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073546 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Northumberland. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
43 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Northumberland. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073547 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Oxfordshire described with the Citie and the Armes of the Colleges of the famous University.  An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
44 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Oxfordshire described with the Citie and the Armes of the Colleges of the famous University. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073530 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Rutlandshire with Oukham and Stanford here bordering Neighbour newely described.  An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
45 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Rutlandshire with Oukham and Stanford here bordering Neighbour newely described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073527 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Shropshire described. The situation of Shrewsbury shewed, with the Armies of those Earles, & other Memorable things observed. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
46 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Shropshire described. The situation of Shrewsbury shewed, with the Armies of those Earles, & other Memorable things observed. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073506 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Shropshire described. The situation of Shrewsbury shewed, with the Armies of those Earles, & other Memorable things observed. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
47 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Shropshire described. The situation of Shrewsbury shewed, with the Armies of those Earles, & other Memorable things observed. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073507 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Somersetshire described and into Hundreds divided, with the plott of the famous & most wholsom waters and citie of the Bathe. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
48 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Somersetshire described and into Hundreds divided, with the plott of the famous & most wholsom waters and citie of the Bathe. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073503 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Somersetshire described and into Hundreds divided, with the plott of the famous & most wholsom waters and citie of the Bathe. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
49 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Somersetshire described and into Hundreds divided, with the plott of the famous & most wholsom waters and citie of the Bathe. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073505 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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1611 Map of Stafford, Countie and Towne, with the ancient citie Lichfield described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611., Speed, John. (1542-1629).
50 Speed, John. (1542-1629).
1611 Map of Stafford, Countie and Towne, with the ancient citie Lichfield described. An uncoloured facsimile reprint of the original published in the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611.
Charles W. Traylen, Guildford no date (c.1960).
1960 No ISBN First Edition Map Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
These finely delinated maps also include town plans, crests, family mottoes, and even small vignettes of battle scenes. Folio (22.5 x 17.5 inches), 15 x 20 inches image area ideal for framing. Very fine. Speed was an historian and cartographer, originally from Cheshire, but his working life was largely in London. Between 1608 and 1610 Speed published a series of maps of England and Wales, of which the maps of Cornwall, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex were by Norden, and the others were by Christopher Saxton. These were collected in 1611 in his "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". A second edition appeared in 1614, and a third edition in 1627 with the title "A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World". A new edition appeared in 1676. A Latin version was published in 1616 and reprinted in 1646. A splendid black and white print, ideal for framing. Posted rolled in a tube for protection. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Speed Maps; Paperback 073495 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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