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Stonehenge
from Clapperton's Stonehenge hand-book : containing the opinions of the most eminent writers on the origin and object of that mysterious monument of antiquity, Stonehenge, on Salisbury Plain : commencing its history by Camden, from 1600, and continued in chronological order to 1849, by Inigo Jones pub 1858 in Salisbury RARE sold only in Salisbury but creased litho £40



Stourhead
From a series of small steel engravings, uncoloured written by Neale. Drawn by John Preston Neale and engraved by various artists. Published, as later reprints from the same plates which are printed directly onto the paper.Size of Plate : 12 x 16.5 cm Paper size : 24.5 x 30.5 cm unmounted and not including the history £8. . . .



Stonehenge
Antique copper engraving by James Heath from a picture by Conrad Martin Metz, published in The Geographical Magazine; or a New ... System of Geography, one of 66 engraved plates published by, Harrison & Co., 1782 but a later imprint from a worn plate suspect c 1810. Copper engraved antique print, soft creases will press out Size 18 x 13 cm Scarce £25

 

Longleat
Original antique copper engraving from Universal Magazine or 'The Ladys Magazine' . The Magazine, was published as a joint venture between the bookseller John Coote and publisher John Wheble later sold to George Robinson and John Roberts between (1770 - 1800). rare £15 ragged base



Marlborough
from Dugdale steel engravings from Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated, about 1848. Steel engraved print. Size 8.5 x 13.5 cms £8 unmounted



Bradford on Avon
Steel line Engraving from Westall and Francis produced for the part-work series "Great Britain Illustrated" (published London 1828-1830). Engravings are mostly by Edward Finden or Edward Francis (fl.1828-1830) after Westall's drawings . Engraved surface 10 x 15 cm plus borders unmounted £12
£12 tinted



Compton Park - The Seat of Charles Penruddocke. Esq. Sepia coloured lithograph by Augustus Butler, published by Stannard and Dixon, London, 6 January 1855.Full page size 16.5cm by 10.5cm. unmounted slight foxing mark to tree left £20 x 3
 
 

Malmesbury Abbey m .
Engraved for the The New British Traveller, or a Complete Modern Universal Display of Great Britain and Ireland.. The whole puyblished under the immediate inspection of George Augustus Walpoole Assisted by ...Printed for Alex Hogg at the Kings Arms No 16 Paternoster-Row 1784 £10 . . . x 4



 

St Thomas's Church Salisbury
One of 23 etched illustrations from ' Old and New Sarum or Salisbury', by R. Benson and H. Hatcher . Published 1843 by John Bowyer Nichols & Son, London . Inspired by Sir Richard Colt Hoare's, The History of Modern Wiltshire, even though published 5 years after Hoare's death. £20



Longleat
published in Francis Orpen Morris's, A Series of Picturesque Views of Seats of the Noblemen & Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland Mounted..., in 1884. The straightforward but thoroughly attractive plates were drawn by Alexander Francis Lydon (1836-1917) and printed from colored woodblocks by the Baxter process by Benjamin Fawcett (1808-1893) of Driffield, Yorkshire unmounted £15


Old Council House salisbury

Antique copper line engraved print by various artists/engravers Published by Samuel Hooper London, Printed by C. Clarke, for >Francis GROSE (c.1731 . .1791) from THE ANTIQUITIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES , first published in 1772/3. and Image minimum from 18 x13 cm £12 unmounted . . untinted




Fishey Bridge
Cricklade or Salisbury acc to book ?
Eisey Bridge in other pics close cut etc Aquatint with etching Published Jan 1st 1791, by A. Robertson & W. Faden (1750 to 1836) ", produced for The Great Road from London to Bath and Bristol. Robertson was a landscape painter and aquatint engraverSize: 11 x 19cm. unmounted scarce £12



Fisherton de la Mer Church
 One of 23 etched illustrations from ' Old and New Sarum or Salisbury', by R. Benson and H. Hatcher . Published 1843 by John Bowyer Nichols & Son, London . Inspired by Sir Richard Colt Hoare's, The History of Modern Wiltshire, even though published 5 years after Hoare's death.


Fisherton Church
One of 23 etched illustrations from ' Old and New Sarum or Salisbury', by R. Benson and H. Hatcher . Published 1843 by John Bowyer Nichols & Son, London . Inspired by Sir Richard Colt Hoare's, The History of Modern Wiltshire, even though published 5 years after Hoare's death.

Salisbury Cathedral
from Browne and Winkles Antique steel engraving published London : 1835 engraved by Benjamin Winkles (fl.1829-1842) drawn by Garland . Originallyfrom the part-work publication "Winkles's Architectural and Picturesque Illustrations of the Cathedral Churches of England and Wales" (London 1835-1842).Image 17 x 11 cm unmounted creased mount £8 pic done with flash .. sorry



Nave Salisbury Cathedral
 One of 23 etched illustrations from ' Old and New Sarum or Salisbury', by R. Benson and H. Hatcher . Published 1843 by John Bowyer Nichols & Son, London . Inspired by Sir Richard Colt Hoare's, The History of Modern Wiltshire, even though published 5 years after Hoare's death £20


St Edmunds . . now the Art Centre
 One of 23 etched illustrations from ' Old and New Sarum or Salisbury', by R. Benson and H. Hatcher . Published 1843 by John Bowyer Nichols & Son, London . Inspired by Sir Richard Colt Hoare's, The History of Modern Wiltshire, even though published 5 years after Hoare's death. £20



Salisbury Cathedral/The Muniment Room .
 . One of 23 etched illustrations from ' Old and New Sarum or Salisbury', by R. Benson and H. Hatcher . Published 1843 by John Bowyer Nichols & Son, London . Inspired by Sir Richard Colt Hoare's, The History of Modern Wiltshire, even though published 5 years after Hoare's death. £20 tinted


SALISBURY View from Clarendon park Old Council House
 £20 1790 from the The Gentleman's Magazine .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". It restarted its volume numbering in 1868.



SALISBURY. Halle's hall New Canal..now the Odeon ! .
. One of 23 etched illustrations from ' Old and New Sarum or Salisbury', by R. Benson and H. Hatcher . Published 1843 by John Bowyer Nichols & Son, London . Inspired by Sir Richard Colt Hoare's, The History of Modern Wiltshire, even though published 5 years after Hoare's death. £20 . .


Stoke park 2
Antique engraved print from Beauties of England & Wales byJohn Britton (1771. .1857), English antiquary and topographer and E. W. Brayley. The friends wrote most of Beauties of Wiltshire image 11 x 16cm images printed close to edge of page unmounted £12






Salisbury from the Avon, Harnham Bridge
Proof copy before letters from the family AFTER JOHN CONSTABLE, NORMAN HIRST published by Leggatt Brothers, 82 Cheapside, 1903 50.2 x 61 cm.
Norman Hirst (1862-1956).Printmaker and painter, born in Liverpool, who in 1885 took up a two-year scholarship at Herkomer's School in Bushey, where he remained until 1895. Later lived on the south coast, notably at Seaford, Sussex. While in Bushey Hirst learned his engraving and mezzotint skills at the fine art printing studios of H T Cox, and after he moved he continued to use the studios for mezzotinting, at which he was an expert. His reputation was mainly as a mezzotint engraver of works by Gainsborough, Lawrence, Watteau and Romney, and in 1917 he was called as an expert witness in a notable court case in which an attribution was disputed. (Hirst's opinion that the work was not by Romney was eventually borne out.) Hirst was made an associate of the RE in 1931. Frost & Reed published his works Sea Melodies and Capture and Agnew The Mall and Gamme d'Amour. Showed extensively at RA, also at Fine Art Society, Abber Gallery and RI, but a lack of interest in original mezzotints after World War II prompted Hirst's executors to burn most of his studio collection. Some of what remained was exhibited in Three Bushey Artists by the Bushey Museum Trust in 1991. Landscape mezzotint engravings on india laid, all trial proofs before letters and titles, Stunning some minor soiling to margins £265 inc delivery





Return of the Napoleonic Wars ( to Salisbury) Proof copy before letters from the family NORMAN HIRST published , 1895
Norman Hirst (1862-1956).Printmaker and painter, born in Liverpool, who in 1885 took up a two-year scholarship at Herkomer's School in Bushey, where he remained until 1895. Later lived on the south coast, notably at Seaford, Sussex. While in Bushey Hirst learned his engraving and mezzotint skills at the fine art printing studios of H T Cox, and after he moved he continued to use the studios for mezzotinting, at which he was an expert. His reputation was mainly as a mezzotint engraver of works by Gainsborough, Lawrence, Watteau and Romney, and in 1917 he was called as an expert witness in a notable court case in which an attribution was disputed. (Hirst's opinion that the work was not by Romney was eventually borne out.) Hirst was made an associate of the RE in 1931. Frost & Reed published his works Sea Melodies and Capture and Agnew The Mall and Gamme d'Amour. Showed extensively at RA, also at Fine Art Society, Abber Gallery and RI, but a lack of interest in original mezzotints after World War II prompted Hirst's executors to burn most of his studio collection. Some of what remained was exhibited in Three Bushey Artists by the Bushey Museum Trust in 1991. Landscape mezzotint engravings on india laid, all trial proofs before letters and titles, . . . Close cut to 4 cm from plate mark some soiling but rare dated in pencil £145 inc delivery

Sheet LXII/se Stourton , Zeals
1926 edition of the Ordnance Survey "County Series" 1:2500 scale map (25") with stamps for 1943 for the Ministry of Supply Page Size: 29x41". Map size usually 32.5 x 23 inches ORIGINAL Not a b photocopy/gicle etc so a few markings as used £30 inc delivery cheaper collected



Sheet LXX Broadchalke/Croucheston Down
1927 edition of the Ordnance Survey "County Series" 1:2500 scale map (25") with stamps for 1943 for the Ministry of Supply Page Size: 29x41". Map size usually 32.5 x 23 inches ORIGINAL Not a b photocopy/gicle etc so a few markings as used
 

Sheet LVII /nw Maiden Bradley / Brimsdown
1926 edition of the Ordnance Survey "County Series" 1:2500 scale map (25") Page Size: 29x41". Map size usually 32.5 x 23 inches ORIGINAL Not a b photocopy/gicle etc so a few markings as used


Sheet LVIII/se Sherrington/ Stockton
1926 edition of the Ordnance Survey "County Series" 1:2500 scale map (25") Page Size: 29x41". Map size usually 32.5 x 23 inches ORIGINAL Not a b photocopy/gicle etc so a few markings as used £30 inc delivery cheaper collected




Sheet LXX/ne Bishopstone, Broadchalke
1926 edition of the Ordnance Survey "County Series" 1:2500 scale map (25") Page Size: 29x41". Map size usually 32.5 x 23 inches ORIGINAL Not a b photocopy/gicle etc so a few markings as used £30 inc delivery cheaper collected
 

Sheet LVII/se Kingston Deverill/ Monkton Deverill
1926 edition of the Ordnance Survey "County Series" 1:2500 scale map (25") Page Size: 29x41". Map size usually 32.5 x 23 inches ORIGINAL Not a b photocopy/gicle etc so a few markings as used £30 inc delivery cheaper collected


Sheet LXIII/se East Knoyle/The Green
1926 edition of the Ordnance Survey "County Series" 1:2500 scale map (25") Page Size: 29x41". Map size usually 32.5 x 23 inches ORIGINAL Not a b photocopy/gicle etc so a few markings as used £30 inc delivery cheaper collected


Sheet LXX/nw Knapp Down / Fovant
1926 edition of the Ordnance Survey "County Series" 1:2500 scale map (25") Page Size: 29x41". Map size usually 32.5 x 23 inches ORIGINAL Not a b photocopy/gicle etc so a few markings as used £30 inc delivery cheaper collected


Sheet LVIII/se Pertwood, Chicklade, Great Ridge
1926 edition of the Ordnance Survey "County Series" 1:2500 scale map (25") Page Size: 29x41". Map size usually 32.5 x 23 inches ORIGINAL Not a b photocopy/gicle etc so a few markings as used £30 inc delivery cheaper collected


Sheet LXIII/nw Mere
1926 edition of the Ordnance Survey "County Series" 1:2500 scale map (25") Page Size: 29x41". Map size usually 32.5 x 23 inches ORIGINAL Not a b photocopy/gicle etc so a few markings as used £30 inc delivery cheaper collected


Sheet LXIII/se Sedgehill/ East Knoyle/ Milton
1926 edition of the Ordnance Survey "County Series" 1:2500 scale map (25") Page Size: 29x41". Map size usually 32.5 x 23 inches ORIGINAL Not a b photocopy/gicle etc so a few markings as used £30 inc delivery cheaper collected


Sheet LXIII/ne East Knoyle / West Knoyle / Upton
1926 edition of the Ordnance Survey "County Series" 1:2500 scale map (25") Page Size: 29x41". Map size usually 32.5 x 23 inches ORIGINAL Not a b photocopy/gicle etc so a few markings as used £30 inc delivery cheaper collected





77/78 Andover, Amesbury, Warminster. Part of a description on London on verso.scruffy but framed/glazed @ shop or enquire





 Wiltshire Map 133/134 Fakenham, Walsingham, Wells. Newmarket, Bury St. Edmunds.Road Map by Emanuel Bowen.
  Published by John Owen in 1720 in contained in the decorative cartouche at the top of the map. Copper engraved map hand coloured Size 12x18cms  both sides shown and tinted .Notes that appear on the front and back of each map were  by the antiquarian and lawyer John Owen  the engraving was  by Emanuel Bowen This was Bowen's first major work as an engraver for which he received a part share in the atlas in payment . The  atlas was republished many times over the next forty years until the last edition in 1764. Framed and glazed  BOTH sides inc delivery £45   pics through glass so a trifle fuzzy













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Wiltshire, Robert Morden, 1695/1753 no.1

Robert Morden, .published by Awnsham between 1695 and 1753. Morden was an accomplished cartographer and the first to show longitudes measured from the meridian of St. Paul's Cathedral. He also added roads, taken from Ogilby's earlier survey to his county maps. Copper engraved map hand coloured, folded as issued. Size 34x41cms/13.5"x16". Unmounted From Camden's Britannia £145



Wiltshire, Robert Morden, 1695/1753 no.2

Robert Morden, .published by Awnsham between 1695 and 1753. Morden was an accomplished cartographer and the first to show longitudes measured from the meridian of St. Paul's Cathedral. He also added roads, taken from Ogilby's earlier survey to his county maps. Copper engraved map hand coloured, folded as issued. Size 34x41cms/13.5"x16". Unmounted From Camden's Britannia £145



A Map of Wiltshire, Engraved from an actual survey with improvements A Copper engraving by Sudlow . Published London, Engraved for J. Harrison, 115, Newgate Street, as the act directs, 6th May, 1789. 452 x 331 mm mounted tinted £95




Wiltshire Map

Seller Map published by Samuel Hooper London, Printed by C. Clarke, for Francis GROSE (c.1731 . .1791) from 'THE ANTIQUITIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES' , first published in 1772/3. Map Size 14.5 x 12cm. With descriptive text below and to verso. In 1695 John Seller published a county atlas titled 'Anglia Contracta'. The plates were acquired by Francis Grose, revised, and first published in this 1787 edition unmounted £30


~Speed Salisbury Town Vignette
Wiltshire. 1610 John Speed in The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine .. . . savaged/butchered by an idiot. . . the town map re,ovef rom the speed map mounted/ tinted £45 and worse x 2


Wiltshire Map Kitchin




Wiltshire
Inset of Salisbury Cathedral A colour tinted framed map from Pigot and co.s British Atlas comprising of the counties of England .Published by & Son Pigot published 1838 by Pigot & Co 17 Basing Lane, London & 18 Fountain St Manchester 1838 £60 inc delivery







Wiltshire Map Archer Dugdale 3
from ARCHER/DUGDALE: Original outline colour (color). Overall size 8.5x10 inches. Slightly mucky .image 26 x 20 cm app 1843 Curiosities of Great Britain'/ and in Delineated first printed in London c.1835. It contained County Maps from the Cole and Roper plates, previously published some 25 years earlier in such as the BRITISH ATLAS of 1810. Subsequent editions, issued in the 1840's, contained maps engraved by Joshua Archer of Pentonville, London £20 ..**



Wiltshire Map Archer Dugdale 4
from ARCHER/DUGDALE: Original outline colour (color). Overall size 8.5x10 inches. Slightly mucky .image 26 x 20 cm app 1843 Curiosities of Great Britain'/ and in Delineated first printed in London c.1835. It contained County Maps from the Cole and Roper plates, previously published some 25 years earlier in such as the BRITISH ATLAS of 1810. Subsequent editions, issued in the 1840's, contained maps engraved by Joshua Archer of Pentonville, London £15 ..**



MAP OF Wiltshire FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES.1805
A detailed map of the county with publisher's imprint dated 1805. 15 3/4 x 20 1/2 inches. Good condition with wide blank margins. Originally bound on edge so there is no centre fold. From New British Atlas published by John Stockdale, Piccadilly. STOCKDALE, John (publisher) Cary's maps were popular for their accuracy and clear style. The numbers marked on the roads give the distances between towns. Copper engraved map Hand-coloured engraved map (approximately 106 x 120 inches overall) on double-page folio sheets (each sheet measuring 24 x 26 1Î2 inches).The large size allows for a remarkable amount of detail to be shown, with careful identification of parishes, gentlemen's seats, heaths and commons, marshes, navigable canals, dikes, turnpikes, by-roads, tramways, and even Roman walls. All shown on a map drawn to a scale of 1 3/8 inches to 5 miles.In 1805 Stockdale had published the New British Atlas, with 43 maps by John Cary. £70 **


Wiltshire Map Britton 1
by G. Cole and J. Roper.. List of hundreds and explanation. 18 x 23cm. George Cole and John Roper Originally produced to accompany the part-work "Beauties of England and Wales" (London 1801-1818). Copper line engraving on rag paper page number to top right good colour creased due to original book folds £20



Marlborough Wiltshire Map

by Lt. Robert Kearsley Dawson, 1832. A lithograph map of various towns and environs on a scale of 2 inches to the mile. Compass pointer and explanation. About 8 x 10 1/2 inches. Original hand colouring. Good clean condition.. From Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales.1832. £15 mounted





Wiltshire Map Britton 2
by G. Cole and J. Roper.. List of hundreds and explanation. 18 x 23cm. George Cole and John Roper Originally produced to accompany the part-work "Beauties of England and Wales" (London 1801-1818). Copper line engraving on rag paper page number to top right good colour creased due to original book folds £20


Wiltshire Map Archer Dugdale 7
from ARCHER/DUGDALE: Original outline colour (color). Overall size 8.5x10 inches. Slightly mucky .image 26 x 20 cm app 1843 Curiosities of Great Britain'/ and in Delineated first printed in London c.1835. It contained County Maps from the Cole and Roper plates, previously published some 25 years earlier in such as the BRITISH ATLAS of 1810. Subsequent editions, issued in the 1840's, contained maps engraved by Joshua Archer of Pentonville, London £15 ..**


Wiltshire Map Britton 3
by G. Cole and J. Roper.. List of hundreds and explanation. 18 x 23cm. George Cole and John Roper Originally produced to accompany the part-work "Beauties of England and Wales" (London 1801-1818). Copper line engraving on rag paper page number to top right good colour creased due to original book folds £20



Wilton & Malmesbury Wiltshire Map

by Lt. Robert Kearsley Dawson, 1832. A lithograph map of various towns and environs on a scale of 2 inches to the mile. Compass pointer and explanation. About 8 x 10 1/2 inches. Original hand colouring. Good clean condition.. From Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales.1832. £25 mounted inc delivery


Wiltshire Map Britton 4
by G. Cole and J. Roper.. List of hundreds and explanation. 18 x 23cm. George Cole and John Roper Originally produced to accompany the part-work "Beauties of England and Wales" (London 1801-1818). Copper line engraving on rag paper page number to top right good colour creased due to original book folds £20





Chippenham & Calne Wiltshire Map

 

Wiltshire Map

J. & C. Walker - Wilton

An antique plan engraved by J. & C. Walker, drawn by R. Creighton and published in Samuel Lewis's ' View of the Representative History of England' in 1835. Size 18.5cm x 23.5cm. £20 inc delivery




Wiltshire Map Fullarton 4 FULLARTON AND CO. (fl. 1840-70) were based in Glasgow, (1834-70); London, Edinburgh and Glasgow, (1840-3); London, Edinburgh and Dublin, (1845). They published gazetteers of England and Wales, Scotland and the World.New Comprehensive Gazetter of England and Wales by James Bell c.1833 ". Scale of distance; reference key to the Hundreds; £20



Wiltshire Map
By: Herman Moll,

Published for the Geography of England and Wales, 1747. Copper engraved with original outline hand colouring. Decorative border with Stonehenge and antiquities . Approx 30 x 45 framed and glazed £125 scarce




Wiltoniae Comitatus herbida Planiciae nobiis vulgo willshire pars olim Belgarum

full color example of Christopher Saxton's map of Wiltshire, from the 1637 edition of Camden's Britannia. The map includes 2 decorative cartouches and a compass rose.. The maps in the 1637 edition are essentially unchanged from the 1607 edition. Saxton, Christopher & Kip, £220 superb full page good impression


Wiltshire mapby Wallis 1810

Attractive miniature county map. Original colour. From Wallis's New Pocket Edition of the English Counties, 1810 £30


Wiltshire Map
Pub. by S. Leigh, 18, Strand. Sidney. Hall Sculpt. No date, published in 1825. 12 x 7cm.Original colour scarce £20




Wiltshire map,
by James Wallis (flourished 1810-1827),Copper engraved map with original hand colour.From Wallis's New British Atlas Containing a Complete Set of County Maps, S. A. Oddy, 1812, (re-issued as A New and Improved British Atlas, 1813) by S.A. Oddy.180 x 270 mm£40 full page good margins perfect x 2




26/25 Marlborough,Chippenham,Bristol Axbridge

Road Map by Emanuel Bowen Published by John Owen in 1720 in ccontained in the decorative cartouche at the top of the map. Copper engraved map hand coloured Size 12x18cms £25 both sides shown and tinted

Somerset.Wilts



from A Topographical Dictionary of the United Kingdom, compiled from Parliamentary, and other authentic documents and authorities, containing geographical, topographical, & statistical accounts of every district, object, and place in England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the various small islands dependant on the British Empire.by Benjamin Pitts Capper, published by Richard Phillips, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London, 1808. £18



Wiltshire Map Fullarton 5 FULLARTON AND CO. (fl. 1840-70) were based in Glasgow, (1834-70); London, Edinburgh and Glasgow, (1840-3); London, Edinburgh and Dublin, (1845). They published gazetteers of England and Wales, Scotland and the World.New Comprehensive Gazetter of England and Wales by James Bell c.1833 ". Scale of distance; reference key to the Hundreds; £20





85/86 Chippenham, Bath Wells, Marlborough, Devises, Trowbridge, Wells
 Wiltshire Map 133/134 Fakenham, Walsingham, Wells. Newmarket, Bury St. Edmunds.Road Map by Emanuel Bowen.
  Published by John Owen in 1720 in contained in the decorative cartouche at the top of the map. Copper engraved map hand coloured Size 12x18cms  both sides shown and tinted .Notes that appear on the front and back of each map were  by the antiquarian and lawyer John Owen  the engraving was  by Emanuel Bowen This was Bowen's first major work as an engraver for which he received a part share in the atlas in payment . The  atlas was republished many times over the next forty years until the last edition in 1764. Framed and glazed  BOTH sides inc delivery £45   pics through glass so a trifle fuzzy











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