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Selection of Antique Maps of Wales

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All these maps were printed at the dates noted. They are all in good condition unless stated otherwise. Measurements are in centimetres, height first. The scales are difficult to measure in inches, as they were originally intended, so mm measurements are given in brackets, much more accurate, should you need it. The maps are black and white unless stated otherwise.

t.l. = top left.
b.r = bottom right, and so on.
Square brackets means that the content of the bracket does not appear on the map.
Italics are spellings provided on the map, however unlikely it may appear.

Maps can easily be despatched to you by post, subject to being unsold.


1
Maps of WalesSpeed, John.
Wales.
Small map, know as 'miniature Speed.' No date, 1676. Numbered 44 b.r.
Scale: 30 miles = ¾ inch (17mm).
The atlas was first published in 1620. It contained 37 maps by Peter vanden Keere and an additional 16 maps, probably by the same engraver, based on Speed's maps, this map of Wales being one of the additions. It was clearly a popular work, and there were several editions by Speed's publishers, this one being the last. The number of editions, however, does not mean that this is a common map, nor does it effect the impression, this is a very good one.
Size to outer border: 8.5 x 12.2cm
£ 120
4
Maps of WalesBadeslade, Thomas, & Toms, William Henry.
A Map of NORTH WALES. N. West from London.
&
A Map of SOUTH WALES. West of London.
The imprints are the same on each map. T. Badeslade delin. W.H. Tomas sculpt. Published by the Proprietors T. Badeslade & W.H. Toms Sept 29th 1741.
The scales vary. North Wales is 20 miles = 1¼ inches (29mm)
South Wales is 20 miles = 1 inch ( 26mm)
The maps are orientated with north to the right. At the left side of each is a column listing the counties with numbers of towns and parishes, numbers of MPs sent to Parliament and the market days.
Plate size 15.5 x 15.5cm. Both in good clean condition.
The pair £80
5
Maps of WalesDix, Thomas, and Darton, William. Pair.
A New map of North Wales divided into its Six Counties or Shires, by Thomas Dix, Surveyor, North Walsham.
London: William Darton, 58 Holborn Hill, June 13 1820.
Scale 75mm to 15 miles.
Inset b.l. [view of] Snowdon. (The view is an exact copy of the drawing by P.J. de Loutherbourg, published in aquatint in the series Romantic and Picturesque Scenery of England and Wales. 1805.)
and
A New Map of South Wales divided into its Six Counties or Shires, by Thomas Dix, Surveyor, North Walsham.
London: William Darton, 58 Holborn Hill, June 13 1820.
Scale 97mm to 15 miles.
Inset, b.l. West View of the Town and Bay of Swansea.
The plate sizes measure 56 x 70cm with 8cm margins.
The two sheets are separate, with complete printed borders. Each has a key that varies slightly. Each has a note about the area, and a list of market towns with market days.
The maps were published in Dix & Darton's atlas of 1822 that consisted of county maps of England and these two maps of Wales. The county maps are much smaller, about 42 x 34cm.
These maps are early impressions, printed on paper with a watermark of H. Smith and dated 1810. The sheets are folded once horizontally and three times vertically, folding to a folio format. The original colouring of these maps is exceptionally good, wash colours to the counties with another colour used to highlight the borders. There are very slight traces of offset to the side fold. There are repairs to some short tears to the extremities of the margins.
The pair £400

SOUTH WALES
8
Maps of WalesMorden, Robert.
South Wales by Robt. Morden. Title in cartouche, t.l..
Two scales b.l., one not named, the other English Miles, 30 = 5 5/8ths inches, (143mm).
1695, first edition. Good impression, trimmed at sides affecting the outer ruled border, neatly re-margined and the borders drawn in. Later colouring, well executed.
35.5 x 42.5.
£150


GLAMORGAN, BRECON AND RADNOR
11
Maps of WalesGreenwood, Christopher and John. Six sheet map. 1828.
Map of the South East Circuit of the Principality of Wales, comprising the Counties of Glamorgan, Brecon & Radnor, From an Actual Survey made in the Years 1826 & 1827, by C. & J. Greenwood. Most Respectfully Dedicated to the Nobility, Clergy & Gentry of Wales, By the Proprietors C. Greenwood & Co. 13 Regent Street, Pall Mall, London. Published Feby 15th. 1828.
Large vignette of Llandaff Cathedral, beneath title.
Key at bottom left corner, with scale below. 10 miles = 7inches (190mm) ¾ in. to one mile.
Compass on right side.
Very good original colouring, the hundreds in pale washes heightened at the borders.
Dissected into quarto pieces, 24 x 15cm, laid on linen for folding, the edges bound in green ribbon, the outer end when folded are marbled paper. Contained in full calf slipcase, worn and holed but firm, red and gilt title label on spine, marbled edges.
This is a very good example of one of the rarest of the Greenwood large scale maps.
£750
12
Maps of WalesGreenwood, Christopher and John. Single sheet version of the above. 1831.
The title is the same down as far as C. & J. Greenwood. From there it continues: Published by the Proprietors Greenwood & Co. 13 Regent Street, Pall Mall London, Corrected to the present period and published, January 26, 1831. Engraved by Josiah Neele, 352 Strand.
Beneath the title is the vignette of Llandaff, which is the same as the large map, but on this map the engraver is Josiah Neele from a drawing by R. Creighton.
The key is beneath the vignette.
In the bottom left corner is the scale 10 miles = 3¼ inches (84 mm). Just to the right of the scale is the compass. In the bottom right corner is Reference to the Hundreds.
This is a good example of an early issue. The watermark is dated 1830. The colouring is original, was colours to the hundreds heightened at the borders. It has not been folded, and there is not sign that the map was bound.
Size to the outer edge of the printed surface: 61.5 x 70cm.
£65
13
Maps of WalesGreenwood, Christopher and John.
We have another edition of this map, slightly later. There are some changes. The scale is moved across the sheet and is now on the right side, next to the list of hundreds. The scale is replaced by three columns, with a list of the principal places for county elections, one column for each county. The date of 1831 remains. The watermark is dated 1833, so this would probably have been printed in 1835. Added to the key is: Boundary of Boroughs, shown by a very fine dotted line. On the map these boundaries are coloured with a narrow conspicuous blue line. The colouring is original, the hundreds in washes, with brighter colours used at the borders. There do not appear to be any changes to the geographical content. This is not folded either; there are stitch marks on the edge of the left margin. It is another a good example.
£65

GLAMORGAN
14
Maps of WalesSeller, John.
Glamorgan Shire.
Based on the map by John Speed, with a reduced number of places marked because of the reduced size. There is a key to the hundreds, lettered on the map. One of them is Swansey, one example of many of the same spelling that Speed used. First published in 1695, this edition has additional text beneath the map and continued on the verso, describing the county and listing Antiquities in this County worthy notice. It was published by Francis Grose in 1787. An unusual feature is that the map is divided into ruled squares; in the border of the map is: Note that the side of Each Square is 5 miles. Scale: 5 miles = 5/8ths inches (16mm). Neatly engraved. Coloured at a later date. Plate size: 11.2 x 14.7cm. Page size 27.5 x 20.5cm
£40
15
Maps of WalesYates, George. Rare four sheet map. 1799
A Map of the County of Glamorgan; from an Actual Survey made by George Yates of Liverpool. On which Are Delineated the Course of the Rivers and Navigable Canals; with the Roads, Parks, Gentlemens Seats, Castles, Woods, &c. &c.
To the Most Noble the Marquis of Bute, &c. &c. One of his Majesty's most Honble Privy Council, and Lord Lieut and Custos Rotulorum of the County of Glamorgan, This map (by his Lordship's permission) is most much obliged and obedt Servt John Cary.
The title and dedication occupy most of the bottom left sheet. Outside the border of this sheet is the imprint: Published by John Cary, No 181 Strand May 21st 1799. On the top left and bottom right sheets the imprint is: Published by J. Cary, May 21st 1799. The top right sheet is without an imprint.
The bottom left sheet also has the key and the scales: Statute Miles 69½ to a Degree. (one inch to one mile.) Geographical Miles 60 to a Degree. The large compass is on the top left sheet.
Little is known of George Yates. This is probably the only printed map by him. He was the son of William Yates, well-known for his large scale maps, and William employed his sons, William and George to assist him, so George did have a pedigree. The style of this map bears no resemblance to the father's work. The influence of John Cary is obvious. The colouring is in Cary's style as well, outline colouring to the borders of the hundreds, the border of the map, and to the roads. The condition is very good.
Each sheet, measured to the extremities of the printed surface, is 45 x 70cm. The sheets have been very carefully trimmed for joining. Overall paper size, if joined, is 94.5 x 144.5cms.
£1000
16
Maps of WalesYates, George. 1799
Although this map is a rarity, we have another example. One of those things!
The second is joined and laid on linen, each sheet dissected in half, so the map folds to 45 x 35cm, and is contained in the original slipcase. The sheets are trimmed to the outer edge of the printed border, removing the Cary imprint. On the map there are eleven symbols introduced, very small flags, but they are not keyed and there is no indication of the meaning, but they seem to be ancient monuments. The flags are coloured, one in red, the rest in yellow. There is no other colouring. There is some minor staining, but the general condition is very good. The slipcase is marbled boards, worn at the edges but firm, with a manuscript label that simply reads Glamorganshire.
£800

MONMOUTH
19
Maps of WalesMorden, Robert.
The County of MONMOUTH by Robt Morden.
Sold by Abel Swale Awnsham & Iohn Churchil. The date of 1695 is added in manuscript. The first edition, on thin paper, published in 1695 for William Camden's Britannia. Attractively coloured, not original but probably done a hundred or so years ago.
Good condition.
34.5 x 41.5cm.
£80
20
Maps of WalesMorden, Robert.
Another edition, 1722, on thick paper, uncoloured. Outwardly the maps appear to be the same, apart from the colouring, of course. There are over a 100 alterations to the place names. I counted 107, but I might have missed a few. Some of the alterations are minimal, adding or subtracting a letter, changing an 'i' for a 'y', sort of thing, but many of them are re-engraved or re-positioned, a complicated job for an engraver, involving knocking up the plate from the back, smoothing the surface and re-engraving the alteration. In any event, this must be the record for the number of alterations made to any printed map.
Good clean condition. Same size.
£70
21
Maps of WalesCary, John.
Monmouthshire. By John Cary, Engraver.
London: Published as the Act directs September 1st 1787 by J. Cary, Map & Print seller No 188 the corner of the Arundel Street, Strand.
Scale 6 miles = 1½ inches (37mm).
Original outline colouring to the boundaries and to the main roads. Good condition.
A little worming to margins outside plate mark.
Plate size: 27.5 x 23cm.
£30
22
Maps of Wales Moule, Thomas.
Monmouthshire.
Inset views of Tintern Abbey t.l., Chepstow Castle t.r., and Town Hall Monmouth, b.l. Three coats of arms. Scale 5 miles = 1 1/8th inches (28mm). The South Wales Railway is added to this edition, circa 1850.
The map is trimmed at the foot, removing the title of the Town Hall, Monmouth and some of the decorative border.
Printed surface: 26.5 x 19.5cm.
£50
23
Maps of WalesWyld, James, the younger.
Map of the River Wye and the Adjacent Country from Chepstow to Monmouth.
Engraved by Jas Wyld Charing Cross East, London.
Lithographic transfer, printed c.1850. The river is coloured blue, the only colouring. The colourist put a smudge of the blue paint in the margin.
Size to outer border: 20.5 x 10.5cms.
£20

MONTGOMERY
24
Maps of WalesSaxton, Christopher, & Kip, William.
Mongomery Comitatus qui olim pars Ordicum. Title with tableau, t.l.
Christophorus Saxton descripsit. Wilhelmus Kip sculpsit. Within border, b.l. that includes Scala Miliarium. 5 = 1¾ inches (44mm)
This is the reduced version of Saxton's map of 1579, engraved by Kip and published for the 1637 edition of William Camden's Britannia. A good impression, clearly engraved and in good condition with later colouring.
Plate size: 26.5 x 32cm. Wide margins extra.
£150
26
Maps of WalesSpeed, John.
MONTGOMERY SHIRE. Described by Christopher Saxton Augmented and published by Iohn Speed And are to be solde by Thomas Bassett in Fleet Street and Ric. Chiswell in St Pauls Churchyard. The 1676 edition.
Plan of Montgomery t.l., arms of Phillip Herbert Earl of Montgomery, b.l., title with Royal arms above, t.r., publisher's imprint centre of right side, scale and large compass, b.r., descriptive text verso, with list of hundreds and towns marked on the map.
Later colouring. Good condition.
Outer printed border: 38 x 51, good margins extra.
£200

Osborne, Thomas.
Small county maps published in 1748 for Geographia Magnae Britanniae. They are all without credits. Thomas Hutchinson engraved the general map of England & Wales, and it is possible that he engraved them all. An interesting printing point is that the maps only show plate marks on two sides, so they were printed four to a plate, which is unusual. Each map is numbered top right. The titles are within an ornamental framework. Size to outside borders: 14.5 x 17cm. The scales vary. All are in good, clean condition.
27
Maps of WalesA Correct Map of Brecknock Shire in South Wales. (no. 46)
Scale 10 miles = 1 9/16ths of an inch. (33mm)
£20
28
Maps of WalesA Correct Map of Denbigh Shire in North Wales. (no.56)
Scale 10 miles = 2 inches. (48mm)
£30
29
Maps of WalesA Correct Map of Flintshire. (no. 51)
Scale 10 miles = 2 inches. (50mm)
£30

30
Maps of WalesA Correct Map of Merioneth Shire in North Wales. (no.53)
Scale 10 miles = 1½ inches 40mm.
£30
31
Maps of WalesA Correct Map of Monmouth Shire. (no. 24)
Scale 10 miles = 1 5/8th inches (41mm)
£40
32
Maps of WalesA Correct Map of Pembroke Shire in South Wales. (no.55
Scale 10 miles = 1½ inches (38mm)
£40

Kitchin, Thomas
These two maps were intended to be published in an atlas of the counties, The London Magazine. They were however not bound but folded once along the centre of the longest direction and twice across the shortest, so the size when folded is roughly 9 x 8cm, and they were used as travelling maps, small enough to slip into any pocket or saddle bag. They appear to have had little use. The outside parts, when folded, are a little soiled and the paper has tiny holes, the size of a pinhole, at the joints of the folds. The titles of the counties are written on the back of each map in an early copper plate hand, and numbered.
33
Maps of WalesA Map of the County of Brecknock Drawn from an Actual Survey By T. Kitchin Geographr.
Printed for R. Baldwin Junr at the Rose in Paper Noster Row. N.d. 1750.
The title in rococo surround with tree behind, t.r. The Arms of Brecknock, t.l.
Key on l. beneath arms. Scale: 8 miles = 1 1/8th inches. (30mm)
Minor stains.
Trimmed inside plate mark. Size to outer border: 16.5 x 21cm.
£30
34
Maps of Wales
Monmouth Shire Drawn from the best Authorities by T. Kitchin Geographer.
Printed for R. Baldwin Junr at the Rose in Pater Noster Row. N.d. 1750.
Title shown on side of ecclesiastical building, t.l. Arms of Monmouth t.r.. Key b.r.
Scale 8 miles = 1 7/8th inches. (47mm)
Trimmed inside plate mark. Size to outer border: 21 x 16.5cm.
£30

ROAD MAPS
35
Maps of WalesOgilby, John.
The Continuation of the Road from London to Aberistwith By Iohn Ogilby Esqr. his Maties Cosmographer. Plate 3 of Ogilby's Britannia, the first road atlas to be published anywhere, a huge achievement, a map-making landmark. There are about 75 miles to each of the 100 sheets, so three sheets were needed to cover the route from London to Aberystwith. The route continues from Bramyard (Bromyard) to Leominster, Prestaine (Presteigne), Raidergowy (Rhayader) to Aberystwith, not quite following the modern A44.
The second state, 1698. Repaired at side margins, the extreme top corners of the print being damaged and drawn in. Good later colouring.
Printed surface: 35.5 x 46cm.
£120
36
Maps of WalesOgilby, John.
Plate 17 of Ogilby's Britannia, also 1698, the fourth plate of the route.
Starting from Briton Ferry, the route goes through Swansey (Swansea), Llanelthy (Llanelli), Kidwelly, Llanstuffan (Llansteffan) Llacharne or Llaughorn (Laugharne), Narbeth, Haverfordwest and St David's, 269½ miles from London.
To cross the River Towy at Llansteffan a ferry was required. At Laugharne it seems that it was possible to cross the River Taf by a causeway.
Good condition, later colouring.
Plate size: 33.5 x 44.5cm
£175
37
Maps of WalesBowen, Thomas, engraver.
The Road from London to St Davids in Pembrokshire. The complete route on a single sheet, ½ inch to one mile.
Thos Bowen sculpt. Fleet street. No date, but published for the Gentlemen's Magazine, 1775. Based on Ogilby's map, with some alterations, especially to the spelling of place names. Laugharne is now Laughern and there is a ferry to cross the river. Despite the amount of information on the map, it is clear and easy to read.
Outer printed border: 17 x 28.5cm.
£35
38
Maps of WalesLaurie & Whittle.
Completion of the Roads to Milford Haven, and Roads to Tenby, Pembroke, St David's and Cardigan.
Published Feby 12, 1806, by Laurie & Whittle, No. 53 Fleet Street, London.
Engraved by Joseph Bye. Orientated with north to the right. Published for New Traveller's Companion, and this is plate 10, numbered at the centre of the top border.
The roads from Neath to Carmarthen and from Llandovery to Carmarthen, and the road from Carmathen to Milford Haven are shown with double lines and coloured. Lesser roads are shown with single lines, dashed lines or dotted lines. Mileages are measured from Hyde Park Corner. The map shows more than the title suggests and includes parts of Glamorgan, Carmarthenshire, Cardiganshire and Pembrokeshire.
Scale 15 miles = 2inches. (50mm.)
Outer border: 30 x 25cm.
£40
 
William Daniell
William Daniell: St DonatsWilliam Daniell.
St. Donats, Glamorganshire.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London July 1, 1814.
Aquatint in original colour.  Some light foxing.

230 x 300mm.
£110
William Daniell: Britton FerryWilliam Daniell.
Britton Ferry, Glamorganshire.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London July 1, 1814.
Aquatint in original colour. 

230 x 300mm.
£120
William Daniell: Mumbles LighthouseWilliam Daniell.
The Mumbles light-house, in Swansea Bay.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London Aug.st 1, 1814.
Aquatint in original colour. 

230 x 300mm.
£130
William Daniell: TenbyWilliam Daniell.
Tenby, Pembrokeshire.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London Sept.r 1, 1814.
Aquatint in original colour. 

230 x 300mm.
£140
William Daniell: Elihug StackWilliam Daniell.
The Eligug-stack, near St. Gowans-head, Pembrokeshire.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London Sept.r 1, 1814.
Aquatint in original colour. 

230 x 300mm.
£110
William Daniell: SolvaWilliam Daniell.
Solva, near St. Davids, Pembrokeshire.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London Oct.r 1, 1814.
Aquatint in original colour. 

230 x 300mm.
£120
William Daniell: FishguardWilliam Daniell.
View of the entrance to Fishguard, from Goodwych sands
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London Oct.r 1, 1814.
Aquatint in original colour.  A few wormholes in top margin, outside printed surface.

230 x 300mm.
£120
William Daniell: Goodwych PierWilliam Daniell.
Goodwych Pier, near Fishguard, Pembrokeshire.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London Nov.r 1, 1814.
Aquatint in original colour.  Light foxing and two repaired tears in lower margin.

230 x 300mm.
£120
William Daniell: AberystwithWilliam Daniell.
View near Aberystwith, Cardiganshire.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London Nov.r 1, 1814.
Aquatint in original colour.  A few wormholes in top margin, outside printed surface.

230 x 300mm.
£110
William Daniell: BarmouthWilliam Daniell.
Barmouth, Merionethsire.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London Dec.r 1, 1814.
Aquatint in original colour.  A few wormholes in top margin, outside printed surface.

230 x 300mm.
£120
William Daniell: Caenarvon CastleWilliam Daniell.
View of Caernarven Castle from Anglesea.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London Dec.r 1, 1814.
Aquatint in original colour.  A few wormholes in top margin, outside printed surface.

230 x 300mm.
£140
William Daniell: South Stack Holyhead LighthouseWilliam Daniell.
The Harbour light-house, Holyhead.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London Jan.y 2, 1815.
Aquatint in original colour.  On thicker card, repaired tear in upper margin just extending in to platemark.

230 x 300mm.
£120
William Daniell: South Stack Lighthouse, HolyheadWilliam Daniell.
Lighthouse on the South Stack Holyhead.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London Jan.y 2, 1815.
Aquatint in original colour. 
This lighthouse is still in existence.
230 x 300mm.
£120
William Daniell: South Stack HolyheadWilliam Daniell.
Part of the South Stack Holyhead.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London April 1, 1815.
Aquatint in original colour. 

230 x 300mm.
£110
William Daniell: Rope Bridge, HolyheadWilliam Daniell.
The Rope bridge, near the Light-house, Holyhead.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Mess.rs Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London Feb.y 2. 1815.
Aquatint in original colour. 

230 x 300mm.
£110
William Daniell: Black Marble Quarry AngleseyWilliam Daniell.
Black Marble Quarry near red wharf bay, Anglesea.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Messrs. Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square London, May 1, 1815.
Aquatint in original colour. 
Black marble is actually a veined limestone known as Penmon marble.
230 x 300 mm.
£110
William Daniell: AmlwchWilliam Daniell.
The entrance to Amlwch harbour, Anglesea.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Messrs. Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square London, Feb.y 1, 1815.
Aquatint in original colour. 

230 x 300 mm.
£120
William Daniell: Red Wharf BayWilliam Daniell.
Red Wharf Bay, Anglesea.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Messrs. Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square London April 1 1815.
Aquatint in original colour. 

230 x 300 mm.
£120
William Daniell: Beaumaris CastleWilliam Daniell.
Beaumaris Castle. Anglesea.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Messrs. Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London, March 1, 1815.
Aquatint in original colour. 
The castle was built (1295-c1330) as part of Edward the First of England's campaign to conquer the North of Wales.
230 x 300 mm.
£120
William Daniell: Puffin IslandWilliam Daniell.
View on Puffin Island near Anglesea.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Messrs. Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London, March 1, 1815.
Aquatint in original colour. 

230 x 300 mm.
£120
William Daniell: BangorWilliam Daniell.
The Bath built by Lord Penryn near Bangor. N. Wales.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Messrs. Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London, May 1, 1815.
Aquatint in original colour. 

230 x 300 mm.
£110
William Daniell: Penman-MaurWilliam Daniell.
Penman-maur taken from near Aber. N. Wales.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Messrs. Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London, June 1, 1815.
Aquatint in original colour. 
The modern spelling is Penmaenmawr, a village and mountain near Conway.
230 x 300 mm.
£120
William Daniell: Conway CastleWilliam Daniell.
View of Conway Castle, Caernarvonshire.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Messrs. Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London, June 1, 1815.
Aquatint in original colour. 
This magnificent castle was built (1283-1289) as part of Edward the First of England's campaign to conquer the North of Wales.
230 x 300 mm.
£140
William Daniell: Point of Air LighthouseWilliam Daniell.
The Light-house on Point of Air. Flintshire.
Drawn & Engraved by Will.m Daniell. Published by Messrs. Longman & Co. Paternoster Row & W. Daniell 9 Cleveland St. Fitzroy Square, London, July 1, 1815.
Aquatint in original colour. 
This lighthouse was built in 1776. Replaced in 1844 and then after 1883 was out of use and replaced by a lightship.
230 x 300 mm.
£110

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