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The first British atlas of Scotland, and the first road atlas of the country
MOLL, Herman, 1724.
The British Empire reaches for the stars
FLAMSTEED, John; and Margaret FLAMSTEED, 1729.
Dedication copy of Badeslade’s ‘Chorographia Britaniae’
BADESLADE, Thomas [and] TOMS, William Henry, 1742.
An encyclopedic atlas of everything astronomical
DOPPELMAYER, Gabriel, 1742.
In preparation of an invasion: rare French edition of Greenville Collins’ Pilot in full red morocco
COLLINS, Captain Greenville, 1757.
Bonne’s miniature maritime atlas
BONNE, Rigobert, 1762.
The Bowles’ post 1763 Treaty of Paris edition of Moll’s ‘Atlas Minor’
MOLL, Herman; and John and Carington BOWLES, 1763.
The greatly enlarged second edition of this rare French Sea Atlas with four maps of the Arabian Peninsula
D’APRES DE MANNEVILLETTE, Jean-Baptiste, 1775.
The best British mapmakers of the late eighteenth century
FADEN, William; WHITTLE, James and LAURIE, Robert; BOWLES, Henry Carington and CARVER, Samuel, 1783.
‘The XIII United States of America’
A rare edition of Jefferys’ ‘West India Atlas’
JEFFERYS [Thomas], 1792.
Luffman’s rare pocket atlas of England and Wales
LUFFMAN, John, 1806.
The “Father of Hydrography” — “I am very satisfied with your zeal, your application and your talents, as well as their results”
Dépot-générale de la marine — Beautemps-Beaupré, Charles-Francois, 1822.
Manuscript atlas by the Tudor sisters
TUDOR, Elizabeth and Isabella, 1825.
An eight metre globe and the first map of the world on a uniform scale…
VANDERMAELEN, Philippe, 1827.
The earliest obtainable atlas printed in Arabic
CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY, 1835.
Rare atlas of India and the Far East
THE SOCIETY FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE, 1857.
Charting the course for Queen Victoria’s Royal Yacht
THE ADMIRALTY, 1880.