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Cartographer: Martin Waldseemuller
Title: : [Pakistan and Afghanistan]
Date: 1541      Size: 18 x 13 inches
Published: Basel
Description: Pakistan and Afghanistan. Rare black and white woodcut after Ptolemy.
Map Ref: IC1219
Cartographer: Philippe Vandermaelen
Title: : Sindy
Date: 1827      Size: 20 x 19 inches
Published: Brussels
Description: Sindh, Pakistan with part of Northwestern India. A detailed map with bright original colour.
Map Ref: IC1850
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Indus and Punjab Rivers from the Sea to Lahore by Lieut. Burnes
Date: 1833      Size: 12 x 15 inches
Published: London
Description: Indus and Punjab Rivers from the sea to Lahore by Lieut. Burnes. Black and white.
Map Ref: IC2065
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Indus and Punjab Rivers from the Sea to Lahore by Lieut. Burnes
Date: 1833      Size: 12 x 15 inches
Published: London
Description: Indus and Punjab Rivers from the sea to Lahore by Lieut. Burnes, explorer, soldier, spy, diplomat who was nicknamed Bokhara Burnes due to his activities in that region.
Map Ref: IC2523
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Sketch of the Delta of the Indus by Lieut. T.G. Carless
Date: 1838      Size: 9 x 8 inches
Published: London
Description: Sketch of the Indus River Delta in modern-day Pakistan by Lieut. T.G. Carless.
Map Ref: IC2076
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Map of the Coast from Kurrachee to Gwadur
Date: 1863      Size: 22 x 7 inches
Published: London
Description: Coastal map of the route from Gwadar to Karachi (Pakistan) by Major Goldsmid, a British Army officer and East India Company agent who was responsible for laying the overground telegraph lines from Europe to India. Original colour.
Map Ref: IC2502
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Map Showing Recent Acquisitions to the Geography of the Districts Bordering the British Trans-Indus Frontier
Date: 1863      Size: 10 x 8 inches
Published: London
Description: Very interesting and detailed map of the Northwest Frontier compiled by Walker.
Map Ref: IC1913
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Indus River Delta
Date: 1867      Size: 10 x 11 inches
Published: London
Description: Indus Delta. Detailed map with original colour illustrating the paper by Col. C.W. Tremenheere.
Map Ref: IC1874
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Sketch Map of the Trans-Indus Countries
Date: 1871      Size: 12 x 10 inches
Published: London
Description: Trans-Indus Countries. Includes Gilgit, Dilail and Yassin. Shows Geo. Hayward's route. Original colour.
Map Ref: IC1619
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Route from Peshawur through Chitral to Faizabad in Badakshan
Date: 1872      Size: 13 x 14 inches
Published: London
Description: Peshawur to Faizabad. Detailed map with original colour illustrating the paper by Major T. Montgomerie.
Map Ref: IC1873
Cartographer: G.& J. Bartholomew
Title: : [Northern Pakistan]
Date: 1893      Size: 9 x 7 inches
Published: London
Description: Northern Pakistan and Northwest India. Centered on Punjab including Lahore, Quetta, Peshawar and Multan. Printed colour.
Map Ref: IC2174
Cartographer: John Bartholomew
Title: : Lahore and Environs
Date: 1893      Size: 9 x 7 inches
Published: London
Description: Lahore, the capital city of Pakistani province of Punjab, showing the Meean Meer Cantonment (now Mian Mir) a former British military zone. Inset map of Shahdara Bagh, a historic town on the Ravi River. Printed colour.
Map Ref: IC2575
Cartographer: John Bartholomew
Title: : Section III [Pakistan and Afghanistan]
Date: 1893      Size: 9 x 7 inches
Published: Edinburgh
Description: Afghanistan and Pakistan. Detailed map of the area covering the border between Afgahnistan and Pakistan, marking the cities of Kabul, Kandahar, Peshawar, Lahore, Faisalabad and Rawal Pindi, adjacent to modern day Islamabad (established 1960). Printed colour.
Map Ref: IC2582
Cartographer: G.& J. Bartholomew
Title: : Karachi
Date: 1893      Size: 9 x 7 inches
Published: London
Description: City plan of Karachi, showing cantonments, railway lines and the Napier Mole Bridge, now the Jinnah Bridge, connecting the harbour to the city. Printed colour.
Map Ref: IC2587
Cartographer: John Murray
Title: : Murree
Date: c. 1910      Size: 9 x 7 inches
Published: London
Description: Pakistan, Murree. Marked with cantonments. Original printed colour.
Map Ref: IC2066
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Alexander's Campaign on Indian North-West Frontier
Date: 1927      Size: 8 x 10 inches
Published: London
Description: Detailed map with original colour illustrating the paper by Sir Aurel Stein of Alexander's campaign in Northern Pakistan. Printed colour.
Map Ref: IC2042