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Lot Number: 1451
A late 18th century and later coloured map of Isle of Man, 38 x 27cm and three various etchings, 'Conway Castle and Bridge', 'Holyhead' and 'Old Mansion, North Shore', all framed and glazed (4).
Category: Prints and Maps
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 1452
An early 19th century map of the County Palatine of Lancaster by G Hennett, published by Henry Teesdale & Co, London, May 1st 1830, 163 x 115cm, in leather box modelled as a book with simulated wood covers and marbled paper sides.
Category: Prints and Maps
Estimate: 150 - 200

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There are some areas of discolouration particularly to the left side, the housing is quite worn, there are two small areas where the map is coming away from the backing, there is some fraying the borders of the reverse.

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Lot Number: 1453
A 19th century hand coloured map of Nottingham by C & J Greenwood, published January 26th 1831, 58 x 68cm, and a further map of Southampton, both framed and glazed (2).
Category: Prints and Maps
Estimate: 20 - 40

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Lot Number: 1454
A group of predominantly late 19th/early 20th century maps to include Lancashire, Cheshire, Denbighshire, also an earlier hand coloured map of Cheshire inscribed 'Published by The Proprietors T Brideslade & W.H. Toms, Septr 29th 1741', 15 x 15cm and a map of North Wales inscribed 'Published by Alexr Hogg at The Kings Arms number 16 Pater Noster Row', majority framed and glazed.
Category: Prints and Maps
Estimate: 50 - 80

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Lot Number: 1455
An early 19th century folding 'Map of the Inlaid Navigation, Canals and Railroads with the Situations of the Various Mineral Productions Throughout Great Britain', published by Richard Nichols, January 1st 1830, 193 x 157.5cm, in red leather box modelled as a book with marbled paper sides.
Category: Prints and Maps
Estimate: 400 - 500

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Lot Number: 1456
A 19th century 'G Bradshaw's map of canals, navigable rivers, railroads in the Midland counties of England (...) from a level of 6' 10'' under the old dock sill at Liverpool, from levels taken by Twyford & Wilson, Surveyors and Engineers, Manchester' published February 12th 1830, 135 x 126cm, and a 'G Bradshaw's map of canals situated in the counties of Lancaster, York, Derby and Chester (...) from levels taken by William Johnson & Son, Manchester', 92.5 x 130cm, in leather box modelled as a book with marbled paper sides (2).
Category: Prints and Maps
Estimate: 150 - 250

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Condition Report

'Lancaster, York etc...': Discolouration and staining, some small nibbles to the edges and imprint of the Greek key border across the map; 'Midland Counties...': Some discolouration and small nibbles to the edges; both with staining and fraying to the backs; the housing is worn.

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Lot Number: 1457
Five 19th century 'Bradshaw's maps of canals, railroads, etc', in three green leather boxes modelled as books, and 'Lengths and levels to Bradshaw's maps of the canals navigable rivers and railways in the principal part of England' published 1833 (6).
Category: Prints and Maps
Estimate: 150 - 250

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Lot Number: 1458
A set of three folding Carey's maps of England and Wales in canvas and leather box modelled as a book, an 18th century 'report and survey on the canal proposed to be made on one level from Waltham-Abbey to Moorfields (...)' by Robert Withwort and 'history, topography and directory of mid-Lancashire, with an essay on geology' by Mannex & Co, Preston 1854 (3).
Category: Prints and Maps
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Condition Report

All generally worn with some staining, fraying, etc.

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Lot Number: 1459
A hand coloured engraving, 'Green Sleeves Leads The Way' after B. Herring Jr, engraved by C. Hunt & Son and published London 1873 by G.P. McQueen, 43.5 x 76cm, unframed.
Category: Prints and Maps
Estimate: 20 - 40

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Lot Number: 1460
A quantity of coloured architectural and topographical engravings including Britannia tubular bridge, panoramic view of Buxton and further Manchester, Lincoln, Lyme Hall etc, also including a coloured map of Derbyshire after John Carey, nineteen in total, all framed and glazed.
Category: Prints and Maps
Estimate: 40 - 60

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