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Anonymous. [Map of Ireland]
Charte von Ireland. Prague, 1810. Coloured. 420 x300 mm.
A Czech map of Ireland at the beginning of the nineteenth century.
[Ref: 15580]    £240.00 ($315 • €267 rates)

TALLIS, John. [Mid 19th century map of Ireland with decorative vignettes]
Ireland. London, John Tallis & Co., c.1851. Original outline colour with faint additions. Steel engraving, printed area 345 x 245mm.
Detailed map of Ireland, drawn and engraved by John Rapkin, with five decorative vignettes including a view of St Patrick's, Dublin.
[Ref: 18053]    £230.00 ($302 • €256 rates)

HEFFERNAN, Daniel Edward. [A very scarce plan of Dublin with vignettes]
Dublin in 1861. Dublin: Heffernan, 1861. Steel engraving on india. 630 x 940mm, wide margins. Some restoration, card backing reinforced with canvas.
A detailed plan of Dublin with the important buildings shown in elevation, with oval prospects of the city in the four corners, two lists of events and a border of 32 oval views of buildings. The artist was an engineer, surveyor and valuator of Dublin, active in the mid-nineteenth century. He published similar plans of Bray and Wicklow and supplied 18 engravings for 'The Official Railway Hand-book' to Bray, including some that decorate this plan.
[Ref: 17296]    £3,250.00 ($4,260 • €3,621 rates)

BACON, George Washington. [An early 20th century map of Ulster in fine colour]
Bacon's Library Map of the Province of Ulster. Showing Railways, Roads, Elevations, & Distances, Also Local Government Divisions. Manchester: G.W. Bacon & Co, c.1910. Lithograph with fine original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, total 1040 x 900mm, folded into orginal cloth covers.
A large and detailed map of Ulster, in particularly strong colour. Bottom left is a geological map and bottom right an extensive gazetteer.
[Ref: 14914]    £150.00 ($197 • €167 rates)

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