REPRODUCTION MAPS – SAMPLE IMAGES
Below are sample images for our reproduction maps so you can see the type of map you will receive
I endeavour to supply good quality copies on suitable paper. Most are laser printed. I also add additional features – such as a Street Index when time permits. Another feature is the price – simple Black and White A4 copies start from only £1.00 each. Colour copies from £2.00 each. A3 copies from £2.00 for Black & White copies and Colour copies from £3.00 – A3 copies are sent rolled in a tube [plus postage].
ENGLAND – JOHN CARY’S County Maps – 1787
PHILIPS’ COUNTY ATLASES of IRELAND – 1882
Enlarged colour maps are available for each County and cover all of Ireland and Wales. They show the principal features. Scales vary. The maps are available in two sizes – A4 [for reference folders] and A3 which is suitable for framing.
SCOTLAND – 1845
WALES – JOHN CARY’S County Maps – 1787
PHILIPS’ COUNTY ATLASES of WALES -1883
Enlarged colour maps are available for each County of Wales. They show the principal features. Scales vary. The maps are available in two sizes – A4 [for reference folders] and A3 which is suitable for framing.
CHANNEL ISLANDS – circa 1901
ISLE of WIGHT – circa 1875
ISLE of MAN – circa 1875
ENGLAND & WALES – AREA MAPS
ORDNANCE SURVEY 1″ MAPS – 1906-14
The colour 1″ maps produced before the Great War are an excellent guide to the Country before the Great War and much sought after by collectors and local historians. They include many details such as Parish Boundaries and Footpaths. I have enlarged sections of each map onto individual A4 sheets. Each map has a unique title for a local place/area to help find your place of interest.
There is just one alphabetical list comprising England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
Street plans range from the simple sketch maps usually prepared for local towns and villages that accompany many of the early 20c. guide books, to the more detailed City plans some of which include a street index. They cover much of the Victorian and early 20c. periods. I have also given ‘Sample Images’ for a number of the maps.