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Cartographer: Hartmann Schedel
Title: : Anglie Provincia
Date: 1493      Size: 9 x 15 inches
Published: Nuremberg
Description: Anglia Provincia. Birds eye view of town. Earliest printed view of an English town. Hand-coloured.
Map Ref: GB857
Cartographer: Matthias Quad
Title: : Angliae reni florentissimi noua descriptio, auctore Humeredo Lhuyd Denbygiense
Date: 1609      Size: 10 x 7 inches
Published: Cologne
Description: England and Wales. Early black and white map based on the geography of Humphrey Llhuyd. [Shirley 172]
Map Ref: GB647
Cartographer: John Speed
Title: : The Kingdome of England
Date: 1614      Size: 22 x 17 inches
Published: London
Description: England and Wales, from the second edition of Speed's seminal atlas, 'The Theatre of Great Britaine'. Flanked with costumed figures ranging from the nobility to country folk.
Map Ref: GB1789
Cartographer: Mercator Hondius
Title: : [South East England]
Date: c. 1620      Size: 19 x 15 inches
Published: Amsterdam
Description: South East of England, from Leicestershire, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Hampshire across to Suffolk, Essex and Sussex. With decorative cartouche and 'silk sea'. Rich original colour.
Map Ref: GB1856
Cartographer: Mercator Hondius
Title: : Anglia
Date: 1621      Size: 8 x 6 inches
Published: Amsterdam
Description: Early 17th century map of England and Wales . Coloured.
Map Ref: GB1769
Cartographer: Mercator Hondius
Title: : Angliae vi Tabvla
Date: 1621      Size: 7 x 7 inches
Published: Amsterdam
Description: South-East England. Published at the height of the Dutch Golden Age of map making, by two of its leading figures. Coloured.
Map Ref: GB1777
Cartographer: Mercator Hondius
Title: : Angliae III Tabvla
Date: 1628      Size: 8 x 6 inches
Published: Amsterdam
Description: Lancashire and North Wales. Decorative cartouche. Coloured.
Map Ref: GB1194
Cartographer: William Hole
Title: : Englalond Anglia Anglosaxonum Heptarchia
Date: 1637      Size: 13 x 11 inches
Published: London
Description: Attractive map of the England and Wales heptarchy. Sea Monsters, Ships, and a large compass rose decorate the coastlines. Decorative cartouche.
Map Ref: GB1705
Cartographer: Robert Morden
Title: : Of England
Date: 1688      Size: 5 x 6 inches
Published: London
Description: Charming miniature map of England and Wales with figurative cartouche. Coloured.
Map Ref: GB1724
Cartographer: Vincenzo Coronelli
Title: : Parte Settentrionale del Regno D'Inghilterra
Date: c. 1692      Size: 24 x 35 inches
Published: Venice
Description: England and Wales. Large scale map on two sheets joined: Inset of United Kingdom on upper right. Coloured.
Map Ref: GB1406
Cartographer: Herman Moll
Title: : The South Part of Great Britain called England and Wales
Date: 1710      Size: 38 x 24 inches
Published: London
Description: England and Wales. Two side text panels detail towns. Original colour. (SL)
Map Ref: GB1514
Cartographer: Pieter Van der Aa
Title: : L'Angleterre
Date: 1713      Size: 15 x 10 inches
Published: Leiden
Description: England and Wales. Decorative border and cartouche with allegorical figures and scenes. Coloured.
Map Ref: GB1504
Cartographer: Pieter Van der Aa
Title: : L'Angleterre
Date: 1714      Size: 11 x 9 inches
Published: Leiden
Description: England and Wales featuring a decorative title cartouche.
Map Ref: GB1510
Cartographer: Herman Moll
Title: : England & Wales
Date: c. 1720      Size: 10 x 10 inches
Published: London
Description: England and Wales divided into counties. Original colour.
Map Ref: GB1681
Cartographer: C. & J. Weigel
Title: : Anglia Cambdeni
Date: c. 1720      Size: 13 x 15 inches
Published: Nuremberg
Description: England and Wales. Original colour.
Map Ref: GB1328
Cartographer: George Bickham
Title: : Map of the south Part of Great Britain called England and Wales
Date: 1751      Size: 6 x 10 inches
Published: London
Description: England and Wales. Beautiful title script and cherub cartouche.
Map Ref: GB1492