The Baynton-Williams Gallery

 

East Central Counties

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North

Cumberland
Durham
Lancashire
Northumberland
Westmorland
Yorkshire

West Central

Cheshire
Derbyshire
Herefordshire
Monmouthshire
Oxfordshire
Shropshire
Staffordshire
Warwickshire
Worcestershire

East Central
Bedfordshire
Cambridgeshire
Huntingdonshire
Leicestershire
Lincolnshire
Norfolk
Northamptonshire
Nottinghamshire
Rutland
Suffolk

South West
Cornwall
Devon
Dorset
Gloucestershire
Somerset
Wiltshire

South East
Berkshire
Buckinghamshire
Essex
Hampshire
Hertfordshire
Isle of Wight
Kent
Middlesex
Surrey
Sussex

 

Bedfordshire

Blaeu: BedfordshireJohannes Blaeu.
Bedfordiensis Comitatus, Anglis Bedford Shire. [&] Buckinghamiensis Comitatus, Anglis Buckingham Shire.
[Amsterdam c.1650, Latin text edition.]
Engraving  with original hand colour.  Toning in edge of margins.
Two maps on one sheet, both decorated with armorials.
420 x 535mm
£320
Moule: BedfordshireThomas Moule.
Bedfordshire.
[London, c.1840.]
Engraving  with later hand colour.  Narrow margins, as issued.
County map within an architectural border decorated with armorials.
Moule's maps, issued from the 1830s until 1852 with the only changes the gradual addition of railways, were the last series of decorative county maps and are probably the best known after those of John Speed.
265 x 205mm.
£60

Cambridgeshire

Huntingdonshire

Leicestershire

Moule: LeicestershireThomas Moule.
Leicestershire.
[London, c.1840.]
Engraving  with later hand colour.  Narrow margins, as issued, slight offset, vertical fold, repaired tear in right hand margin.
County map within a border decorated with armorials and views.
Moule's maps, issued from the 1830s until 1852 with the only changes the gradual addition of railways, were the last series of decorative county maps and are probably the best known after those of John Speed.
265 x 205mm.
£75
 

Lincolnshire

Speed: LincolnshireJohn Speed.
The Countie and Citie of Lyncolne Described with the Armes of Them That Have Bene Earles Thereof since the Conquest.
[London: 1614.]
Engraving  Fine impression, small area of paper loss at the foot of centre fold, repaired and drawn in; repaired tear on left and right sides.
John Speed's famous map of Lincolnshire, with inset plan of the city of Lincoln, decorated with armorials.
385 x 505mm.
£400
 

Norfolk

Moule: NorfolkThomas Moule.
Norfolk.
[London, c.1840.]
Engraving  with later hand colour.  Narrow margins, as issued.
County map within an architectural border decorated with armorials and views.
Moule's maps, issued from the 1830s until 1852 with the only changes the gradual addition of railways, were the last series of decorative county maps and are probably the best known after those of John Speed.
205 x 265mm.
£75
 

Northamptonshire

Nottinghamshire

Turner: NottinghamJoseph Mallord William Turner.
Nottingham.
Engraved by W. J. Cooke. London, Published 1833 for the Proprietor by Moon, Boys & Graves, 6, Pall Mall.
Engraving   
Published in Picturesque Views of England and Wales, 1836.
165 x 240mm.
£100
 

Rutland

Moule: RutlandshireThomas Moule.
Rutlandshire.
[London, c.1840.]
Engraving  with later hand colour.  Narrow margins, as issued, slight offset, vertical fold, repaired tear in right hand margin.
County map within a border decorated with armorials and views.
Moule's maps, issued from the 1830s until 1852 with the only changes the gradual addition of railways, were the last series of decorative county maps and are probably the best known after those of John Speed.
265 x 205mm.
£50
 

Suffolk

Moule: SuffolkThomas Moule.
Suffolk.
[London, c.1840.]
Engraving  with later hand colour.  Narrow margins, as issued, horizontal fold.
County map within an architectural border decorated with armorials and views.
Moule's maps, issued from the 1830s until 1852 with the only changes the gradual addition of railways, were the last series of decorative county maps and are probably the best known after those of John Speed.
205 x 265mm.
£80
Saxton: SuffolkChristopher Saxton.
Suffolcia
[London, 1610.]
Engraving  with later hand colour.  Mainly good though the bottom right, the right side of the scale, has been repaired and drawn in. There is some slight smudging of the original printer's ink, noticeable at the top of the map.
Map of Suffolk engraved by William Kip for Camden's 'Britannia', a reduced copy of Christopher Saxton's map, the first of the county.
275 x 375mm.
£175
Keere: SuffolkPieter van den Keere.
Suffolck
[London, 1676.]
Engraving 
A miniature map of Suffolk engraved in the 1590s by van den Keere for a Dutch edition of 'Camden's Britannia'. In the 1620s the copper printing plates were bought by Speed's publishers, who reissued them in an atlas 'Speed's Maps Epitomis'd'. This gave these maps the nickname 'Miniature Speeds', despite pre-dating Speed's Theatre.
85 x 120mm.
£100
Constable: Porch East BergholtDavid Lucas after John Constable.
Porch of the Church at East Bergholt. Suffolk.
John Constable R. A. David Lucas. 5. Published by H. G. Bohn, 1855.
Mezzotint on steel   Slight browning at edges of paper and slight foxing.
From the publication 'English Landscape Scenery: A Series of Forty Mezzotints Engravings on Steel, by David Lucas. From Pictures Painted by John Constable '.
Lucas (1802 -81) was a talented mezzotint engraver whose work combined wonderfully well with Constable's paintings to produce some of the best mezzotint engravings ever seen.
Plate 242 x 187mm.
£120
Constable: Helmingham ParkDavid Lucas after John Constable.
A Dell, Helmingham Park, Suffolk.
Painted by John Constable R.A. Engraved by David Lucas. 3. Published by H. G. Bohn, 1855.
Mezzotint on steel   Slight browning at edges of paper and slight foxing.
From the publication 'English Landscape Scenery: A Series of Forty Mezzotints Engravings on Steel, by David Lucas. From Pictures Painted by John Constable '.
Lucas (1802 -81) was a talented mezzotint engraver whose work combined wonderfully well with Constable's paintings to produce some of the best mezzotint engravings ever seen.
Plate 176 x 225mm.
£120
Constable: East BergholtDavid Lucas after John Constable.
East Bergholt.
Painted by John Constable R.A. Engraved by David Lucas. 1. Published by H. G. Bohn, 1855.
Mezzotint on steel   Slight browning at edges of paper and slight foxing.
From the publication 'English Landscape Scenery: A Series of Forty Mezzotints Engravings on Steel, by David Lucas. From Pictures Painted by John Constable '.
Lucas (1802 -81) was a talented mezzotint engraver whose work combined wonderfully well with Constable's paintings to produce some of the best mezzotint engravings ever seen.
Plate 195 x 239mm.
£120
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