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South West
Cornwall
Devon
Dorset
Gloucestershire
Somerset
Wiltshire

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

Berkshire

Kitchin: Berkshire 1747Thomas Kitchin.
Barkshire.
Printed for J. Hinton at the Kings Arms in St. Pauls Church Yard 1747.
Engraving    Two vertical folds. Good margins. Slight offset to lower right.
Map of Berkshire, with an attractive title cartouche. The Universal Magazine was published between 1747 and 1766.
165 x 185mm.
£70
 
Kitchin: Berkshire 1751Thomas Kitchin.
Berkshire Drawn from the Best Authorities and Regulated by Astron.l Observations by T. Kitchin Geogr.
Printed for R. Baldwin in Jan.r at the Rose in PaterNoster Row. For the London Magazine. [1751.]
Engraving    Two vertical and one horizonal folds.
Map of Berkshire, with an attractive title cartouche. The London Magazine was published between 1747 and 1760,
175 x 220mm.
£65
 
Evans: Eton CollegeWilliam Evans.
Eton, from the Locks.
Drawn by William Evans. Engraved by James Redaway. [London, James S. Virtue, n.d., c.1860.]
Steel engraving    Publisher's inscription trimmed.
A view of Eton College, founded by Henry VI in 1440.
Image 210 x 270mm.
£40
 
Westall: Windsor CastleWilliam Westall.
Windsor Castle From Clewer.
Drawn by W. Westall A.R.A. Printed by C. Hullmandel. Published by Rodwell & Martin 40 Argyll St. & 46 New Bond St. Jan. 1 1822.
Lithograph   
Plate 7 from Westall's Views on the Thames, first published 1824.
Image 230 x 320mm.
£200
 
Kip: Windsor CastleJohn Kip.
Windsor Castle. Note. Dotchet Bridge was built by Queen Anne Since this was done.
[n.d., c.1720.]
Engraving    Four vertical folds.
A reduced version of kip's view, first pubished in the Britannia Illustrata.
180 x 225mm.
£50
 
Windsor Castle Long WalkAnonymous.
Entrance to the Long Walk, Windsor.
Day & Haghe Lithrs. to the King. Published by E. Style. Bookseller & Stationer to their Majesty & The Royal Family, Windsor. [n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph   
A rare, apparently unrecorded lithograph.
Image 200 x 290mm.
£150
 
Westall: Windsor CastleWilliam Westall.
Windsor Castle. On the Terrace.
Drawn by W. Westall A.R.A. Printed by C. Hullmandel. Published by Rodwell & Martin 40 Argyll St. & 46 New Bond St. Feb.1 1822.
Lithograph   
Plate 8 from Westall's Views on the Thames, first published 1824.
Image 230 x 320mm.
£200
 

Buckinghamshire

Moule: BuckinghamshireThomas Moule.
Buckinghamshire.
[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.
£80
Speed: BuckinghamshireJohn Speed.
Buckingham Both Shyre and Shiretowne describ.
[London: William Humble, 1646.]
Engraving  with later colour. 
John Speed's famous map of Buckinghamshire, with inset plans of Buckingham and Reading, decorated with armorials.
385 x 515mm
£900
 

Essex

Morden: EssexRobert Morden.
Essex.
[London, 1708.]
Engraving  with later colour. 
Morden's smaller map of Essex, published for the series 'Fifty six New and Acurate Maps Of Great Britain, Ireland and Wales' in 1708, is a rarer map the one he published in Camden's 'Britannia', 1695.
170 x 210mm.
£100
Keere: EssexPieter van den Keere.
Essex.
[London, 1676.]
Engraving 
Miniature map of Essex 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
Norden EssexJohn Norden.
Essexia.
[London, 1610.]
Engraving  with later colour.  Small repairs to the top margin, some minor staining.
Map of Essex engraved by William Kip for Camden's 'Britannia'.
While most maps in the series are copied from Christopher Saxton's maps, this is derived from the county map by John Norden, who tried and failed to complete his own set of county maps. However, those he did complete were regarded as superior to Saxton's and were copied for both the 'Britannia' and Speed's 'Theatre' atlas.
285 x 360mm.
£400
 

Hampshire

Turner: GosportJoseph Mallord William Turner.
Gosport. Entrance to Portsmouth Harbour, Hampshire.
Engraved by R. Brandard. London, Published 1831 for the Proprietor by Moon, Boys & Graved, Printsellers to the King, Pall Mall.
Engraving   
Published in Picturesque Views of England and Wales, 1836.
Ref. Rawlinson: 'The Engraved Works of J.M.W. Turner, R.A.', 252.
165 x 235mm.
£100
Prosser: WinchesterG.F. Prosser.
The West Gate of Winchester. West Gate, Winton.
G. F. Prosser. 1856.
Tinted lithograph  printed in black, blue and yellow.  Neatly repaired tears to the margins and one that extends into the printed surface which is hardly visible.
The Royal Standard flies on top of the Gate: as Queen Victoria laid the foundation stone to the Royal Victoria Hospital in nearby Southampton in 1856 she may well have visited Winchester on the same tour.
This is an extremely rare and fine example of tinted lithography: the buildings shown through the arch of the Gate are untinted, which makes the view three dimensional.
Printed area 425 x 340mm.
£300
 

Hertfordshire

Isle of Wight

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Kent

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Middlesex

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Constable: Hampstead HeathDavid Lucas after John Constable.
Hampstead Heath
John Constable R. A. David Lucas. 13. 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 233 x 291mm.
£140
 

Surrey

Speed: SurreyJohn Speed.
Surrey Described and Divided into Hundreds.
[London: Bassett & Chiswell, 1676.]
Engraving  with later hand colour. 
John Speed's famous map of Surrey, decorated with armorials and elevations of the Tudor royal palaces at Richmond and Nonsuch.
385 x 520mm.
£1200
Philips: Barnes.G.T. Philips.
Barnes, Surrey.
[Engraved by R.Winkles after Philips. Published 1830.]
Steel engraving   
Barnes, from the Thames footpath.
95 x 160mm.
£35
Turner: Hampton Court PalaceJoseph Mallord William Turner.
Hampton Court Palace.
Engraved by C. Westwood. Published 1820 for the Proprietor, by R. Jennings, Poultry & Giraldon Bovinet Gallerie, Vivienne, Paris.
Engraving    Repaired tear in bottom margin. The top margin has been cropped just to the platemark. Slight spotting on left hand margin, well outside the platemark.
Published in Picturesque Views of England and Wales, 1836.
Ref. Rawlinson: 'The Engraved Works of J.M.W. Turner, R.A.', 236.
165 x 230mm
£80
Turner: Walton BridgeJoseph Mallord William Turner.
Walton Bridge on Thames, Surry.
Engraved by J. C. Varrall. London Published Septr. 1830 for the Proprietor by Robert Jennings & William Chaplin, 62 Cheapside.
Engraving    Trimmed within platemark on all sides.
Published in Picturesque Views of England and Wales, 1836.
Ref. Rawlinson: 'The Engraved Works of J.M.W. Turner, R.A.', 236.
165 x 250mm.
£50
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Sussex

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