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  BRITISH ISLES 
 Road Maps 

OGILBY, John. [Chelmsford - Maldon - Raleigh - Gravesend]
The Road from Chelmsford in Essex to Maldon/Raleigh/Gravesend... With a branch from Canterbury to Deal... London, c.1675, second state. Old colour with additions. 330 x 445mm.
Three short routes from Chelmsford, in turn to Malden, Raleigh and Gravesend. Then the route from Canterbury via Sandwich to Deal then on to Dover.
[Ref: 8994]    £280.00 ($360 • €327 rates)


OGILBY, John. [Tempsford - Lincoln]
The Road from London to Flanborough Head... London, c.1675, second state. Old colour with additions. 330 x 445mm.
From Tempsford (Beds) to Lincoln, via Stilton (then in Hunts) & Peterborough.
[Ref: 9007]    £140.00 ($180 • €164 rates)


OGILBY, John. [Warrington - Chester; Manchester - Derby]
The Continuation of the Road from York to West-Chester... compleated by the Branch from Manchester to Derby. London, c.1675, second state. Old colour with additions. 330 x 445mm.
From Warrington to Chester & Manchester to Derby via Stockport.
[Ref: 9075]    £250.00 ($321 • €292 rates)


OGILBY, John. [Basingstoke - Weymouth]
The Road from London to Weymouth... London, c.1675, second state. Old colour with additions. 330 x 445mm.
From Basingstoke to Weymouth, via Cranbourne, Blandford & Dorchester.
[Ref: 9116]    £180.00 ($231 • €210 rates)


OGILBY, John. [The road from Bagshot to Southampton and on to Salisbury]
The Road from London to Southampton... Continued to Salisbury Com. Wilts... London, c.1675, second state. Coloured. 325 x 430mm.
The second sheet of the route, starting at Bagshot and marking Farnham, Alton, Southampton, Rumsey & Salisbury, displayed on six strips of "scroll". Plate 51 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche. It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot using the surveyor's wheel depicted in the cartouche, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps.
[Ref: 11367]    £380.00 ($488 • €444 rates)


OGILBY, John. [Antique road map from Stony Stratford to Derby]
The Road from London to Derby... London, c.1675, second state. Old colour with additions. 330 x 445mm.
Antique original map of the roads from Stony Stratford to Derby, via Northampton & Leicester, published in Ogilby's 'Britannia', the world's first atlas to feature road maps.
[Ref: 12372]    £250.00 ($321 • €292 rates)


OGILBY, John. [Early map of the roads from Oxford to Salisbury and onto Poole]
The Road from Oxford to Salisbury Com. Wilts. continued to Pool... London, c.1675. Coloured. 330 x 445mm.
The complete route from Oxford to Poole in Dorset, via Abingdon, Hungerford & Cranbourne. Plate 43 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first road atlas of England & Wales, first published in 1675. It was only after his work that roads started being shown on county maps. The route is shown on scroll-like strips, with a decorative strapwork title cartouche Second state, with plate number bottom right.
[Ref: 15087]    £250.00 ($321 • €292 rates)


OGILBY, John. [Early map of the roads from Towcester to Lichfield]
The continuation of the Road from London to Holy Head... London, c.1675. Coloured. 330 x 445mm.
The second of four sheets covering the route from London to Holyhead on Anglesea, showing from Towcester in Northamptonshire to Lichfield in Staffordshire, via Daventry & Coventry. Plate 22 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first road atlas of England & Wales, first published in 1675. It was only after his work that roads started being shown on county maps. The route is shown on scroll-like strips, with a decorative strapwork title cartouche. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
[Ref: 15088]    £230.00 ($296 • €269 rates)


OGILBY, John. [Early map of the roads from Banbury to Bridgnorth & Chipping Campden]
The Continuation of the Extended Road from Buckingham to Bridgnorth... London, c.1675. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. Repair to centre fold.
A road map showing the routes from Banbury to Bridgenorth and Banbury to Chipping Campden. Among the places marked are Stratford-upon-Avon, Bromsgrove & Kidderminster. Plate 13 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first road atlas of England & Wales, first published in 1675. It was only after his work that roads started being shown on county maps. The route is shown on scroll-like strips, with a decorative title cartouche featuring fox-hunting. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
[Ref: 15089]    £240.00 ($308 • €280 rates)


OGILBY, John. [Early map of the roads from York to Lancaster]
The Road from York to Lancaster. London, c.1675. Coloured. 330 x 445mm.
The complete route, via Knaresborough, Skipton, Settle & Hornby. Plate 21 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first road atlas of England & Wales, first published in 1675. It was only after his work that roads started being shown on county maps. The route is shown on scroll-like strips, with a decorative title cartouche featuring local dress and allegorical figures. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
[Ref: 15090]    £270.00 ($347 • €315 rates)


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