Stanford's Library Map of London and Its Suburbs. London, Stanford, c.1861. Original colour. Four sections dissected and laid on linen with marbled paper covers with index map labels, each sheet 955 x 840mm. Total if joined c. 1990 x 1680mm.
Stanford's Map of the Kingdom of Poland Showing its Present and Past Extent, and the Successive Seizures of its Territory by Russia, Austria and Prussia. London: Stanford, 1863. Colour-printed lithograph, dissected and laid on linen, total 695 x 620mm, folded into the original covers with the publisher's title label.
Stanford's Geological Map of London Shewing Superficial Deposits. Compiled by J.B. Jordan, Assistant Keeper of Mining Records From the Geological Survey Maps of the District. Surveyed principally by W. Whitacker Esq. B.A. Third Edition. London: Edward Stanford, 1902. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, as issued, total 675 x 600mm, folded in original cloth gilt covers.
The Crisis in South Africa. Stanford's New Map of the Orange Free State, the Southern Part of the South African Republic, the Northern Frontier of Cape Colony, Natal, Basutoland, and Delgoa Bay in Portuguese East Africa. 1899. First edition, without hills. London: Stanford, October 10th 1899. Colour lithographic map, dissected and laid on linen as issued, total 685 x 975mm.
Stanford's Map of the South African Republic (Transvaal). London: Edward Stanford Ltd, July 1st, 1899. Chromolithographic map with extra original hand colour, dissected and laid on linen, total 730 x 930mm.