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Model # EUR183
A correct Chart of the English Channel From the No. Foreland to the Lands End on the Coast of England, and from Calais to Brest on the Coast of France: From the latest & best Observations. - Maker: Seale in Rapin/Tindal
Black and white engraved antique nautical chart of the English Channel, from Nicolas Tindal's continuation of Rapin de Thoyras "The History of England", vol. III, London, 1745. The chart is by R. W. Seale in the "portalano" style, emphasizing coastal features. With insets of Isles of Scilly, Falmouth Haven, Plymouth Sound, and the Isle of Wight and adjacent Harbours. Very good overall antique condition, 15 x 18.75 inches.
Price: $225.00 Date: 1745
1745Seale in Rapin/Tindal$225.00

Model # EUR2197
Royaume d'Angleterre. Partie Meridionale. - Maker: Bonne and Desmarest
Antique uncolored map of part of England, specifically the southern parts of England and Wales with the English Channel, by Bonne and Desmarest, published in the 1787 Atlas Encyclopedique. Very good condition with some light image transfer and some slight water stain in the lower margin. Approx. 9.25 x 13.5 inches to the neatlines.
Price: $75.00 Date: 1787
1787Bonne and Desmarest$75.00

Model # EUR494
The British Channel. - Maker: John Thomson
The British Channel, England, now called the English Channel. From "The New General Atlas", original color, center fold as issued, some general light toning, very good overall antique condition. 20 x 25 inches.
Price: $250.00 Date: 1814
1814John Thomson$250.00

Model # EUR2387
England V - Maker: SDUK
Antique hand colored map of southeastern England- Surrey, Kent, Sussex, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Middlesex, and London. Includes Straits of Dover and the English Channel Published under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, 1830. Includes topographical details and features an inset map of the Isles of Scilly. Poor to fair antique condition with some mild toning, a few spots in the margins, and some obvious staining and paper loss in Oxfordshire. Measures approximately 10" x 15.25" to the neatline (H x W.) Priced as-is.
Price: $75.00 Date: 1838
1838SDUK$75.00

Model # EUR1938
The Channel Islands - Maker: Bartholomew
Antique printed color map of the Channel Islands off the coast of France in the English Channel. From the Royal Atlas of England & Wales by Bartholomew, 1850. Includes a map that shows the locations of the islands in the channel, a map of each of the three largest islands of Jersey, Alderney, and Guernsey, and close-up maps of the port cities on two of the islands- St Peter Port and St Helier. Early printed color. Good to very good condition with some edge wear and edge tears in the margins but not into the map. Approx. 12.5 x 16.5 inches to the neatline.
Price: $85.00 Date: 1850
1850Bartholomew$85.00

Model # EUR942
Channel and Scilly Isles, Isles of Man and Wight - Maker: Philips
Antique hand colored map of the smaller English islands, Guernsey, Alderney, Jersey, the Scilly Isles, the Isle of Man, and the Isle of Wight. Good to very good condition, small repair lower center, approx. 20 x 23.25 inches.
Price: $100.00 Date: 1859
1859Philips$100.00

Model # NAU115
Imray Chart English Channel, London - Maker: James Imray & Sons, London
Antique blue back nautical chart by James Imray & Son, London, 1874. With 10 insets, including Falmouth, The Downs, Plymouth Sound, and Dartmouth Harbor. Fair condition, some plotting, erosion upper right corner, edges tattered from use, but good, strong, crisp print, some surface soiling, 40.5 x 56 inches. **NOTE- because this map requires extra insurance for shipping, an additional charge will appear on your card after your original purchase. If you would like to know what that charge will be, please contact us.**
Price: $500.00 Date: 1874
1874James Imray & Sons, London$500.00

Model # EUR1707
England and Wales - Maker: Bradley
Antique hand colored map of England and Wales including Kirkcudbright, Isles of Man, Bristol Channel, English Channel and multiple insets featuring Pembroke, Cornwall & Scilly Islands, and Channel Islands. Very good condition with some light toning around the edges. By WM. M. Bradley, in the Atlas of the World, 1887. Approximately 22" x 15.5"
Price: $85.00 Date: 1887
1887Bradley$85.00

Model # EUR2500
The Channel Islands - Maker: Stanford
Antique map of the Channel Islands by Edward Stanford from Stanford's London Atlas of Universal Geography, 1904. Inset map of the English Channel. Shows roads, churches, buildings, windmills, and more. Full color lithography. Very good condition, with small archivally repaired tears at paper edge. Paper is fragile. Approx. 12.5 x 18.5 inches to the neatline.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1904
1904Stanford$125.00

Model # EUR2296
Great Britain - GrossBritannien, Sudliches Blatt - Maker: Stieler
Antique hand colored map of England and Wales from Stieler's Hand-Atlas, c. 1876. With inset map of the Channel Islands. Shows political divisions at that time. Text in German but place names in English. Very good overall antique condition with toning at paper edges. Approx. 13 x 15.75 inches to the neatlines.
Price: $85.00 Date: c. 1876
c. 1876Stieler$85.00

Model # EUR2442
A Map of the Seat of War in France, with the Country divided into its Several Departments - Maker: Carey
Antique uncolored map of part of France by Carey, 1811, from the 1811 edition of Carey's General Atlas. This is the last edition of Carey's General Atlas that uses the maps from the 1795 American Atlas and 1795 General Atlas For Guthrie's Geography essentially unchanged. This map was originally published in the 1795 atlas during early part of the French Revolutionary Wars, although by the time the 1811 atlas was published, France had moved on to the Napoleonic Wars. It shows the northern part of France with the English Channel. Also includes the Netherlands and part of Germany. Very good condition with a few spots/stains, mostly in the margins. Visible plate mark. Approx. 6.75 x 10 inches to the neatline.
Price: $225.00 Date: 1811
1811Carey$225.00

Model # NAU110
Norie Chart The English Channel - Maker: Chas. Wilson/J.W. Norie
Antique blueback nautical chart, published by Chas. Wilson, late J.W. Norie. Very good overall antique condition, black cloth binding around edges, strong strike (clear, dark image), with 16 insets, including Land's End, Plymouth Sound, the Downs, and Havre. Original color for lighthouses, with lighthouse vignettes and recognition profiles, 81 x 39 inches. **NOTE- because this map requires extra insurance for shipping, an additional charge will appear on your card after your original purchase. If you would like to know what that charge will be, please contact us.**
Price: $1,500.00 Date: 1876
1876Chas. Wilson/J.W. Norie$1,500.00

Model # EUR1711
France in Departments - Maker: Bradley
Antique hand colored map of France including English Channel, Paris, Bay of Biscay and multiple insets which include Environs of Paris, Finistere, and Corse (Corsica.) Very good condition with some light toning around the edges. By WM. M. Bradley, in the Atlas of the World, 1887. Approximately 22" x 16.5"
Price: $85.00 Date: 1887
1887Bradley$85.00

Model # MMA011
George Eldridge - Maker:
In 1854, Chatham's very own George Eldridge published the first edition of Eldridge's Pilot for Vineyard Sound and Monomoy Shoals. The 32 page, grey, paper-covered volume, which had no recorded price, was devoted to nautical "dangers," and embellished with his personal, oft-amusing observations. In 1870, George Eldridge sent his son to Vineyard Haven to peddle his father's books and charts. Young George was only too pleased to relocate, as Vineyard Haven was, at that time, second only to the English Channel as the busiest harbor in all the world. It was not uncommon to see as many as one hundred schooners anchored off the coast awaiting a favorable current. Ever the burgeoning entrepreneur, George Junior set off in a catboat to sell his father's charts from boat to boat. During these transactions, mariners often wished to know when the current would turn to run East or West in the Sound. The Younger George made careful observations, and one day, while in the ship chandlery of Charles Holmes, he set down the first draft of a tide table that remains in use to this day. With the help of the elder Eldridge, Young George devised tide tables for each of the harbors he visited. First published in 1875, the Eldridge tide table became the indispensable book for all who sailed the tempestuous Atlantic Ocean. At a time when countless vessels foundered and met sad ends among the hidden rocks and shifting shoals, Eldridge constantly updated his publications to help fellow seafarers navigate unusual currents into the safety of well-mapped harbors. It's impossible to say just how many sailors this father and son team saved from a watery grave, but their legacy of careful observation is still carried out by their descendants, and when we look upon their charts in our shop, we can't help but be proud that both Eldridges called our quaint little seaside town their home.
Price: Date: 1838
1838

Model # NAU155
Orkney & Feroe Islands to the Bay of Biscay - Maker: Wilson
Blueback nautical chart, with 4 inset maps: Pentland Frith, etc, Scotland, Rockall, North of Ireland, Gironde River, France, Bilbao, Spain, 4 recognition profiles, 2 lighthouses, 3 joined charts, lighthouses shown in red with circles showing light distance, includes Great Britain, English Channel, Atlantic Coast of France and Bay of Biscay Coast of Spain down to Cape Finesterre, published by Wilson, late J.W. Norie and Wilson, clean, excellent strike, and very good overall antique condition, 38 1/2 x 81" **NOTE- because this map requires extra insurance for shipping, an additional charge will appear on your card after your original purchase. If you would like to know what that charge will be, please contact us.**
Price: $2,500.00 Date: 1879
1879Wilson$2,500.00

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Model # EUR1922
A Correct Chart of the English Channel &c. shewing the Coast of England & from Harwich in Essex to St Davids in Wales: and from Helvoetsluys in Holland to Port Louis in France. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Gibson
Antique black and white map showing the English Channel by Gibson, 1759 for London Magazine. Very good condition with light toning, slightly darker at edges, a very light stain in St George's Channel. Approx. 4.5 x 7.5 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1759
1759Gibson

Model # EUR2033
A Chart of the German Ocean or North Sea *****SOLD***** - Maker: Malham
Antique black and white nautical chart showing the North Sea, part of the Baltic Sea, part of the English Channel, and surrounding countries, by Malham, c. 1800. Very good condition with overall toning, as well as a few spots, and some paper loss at the outer edges of the antique paper. Measures approximately 13.5" x 11" to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: c. 1800
c. 1800Malham

Model # TOW299
Valenciennes, France***SOLD*** - Maker: Baedeker
Antique Printed Color city map of Valenciennes, France, from Karl Baedeker's Northern France from Belgium and The English Channel to The Loire Excluding Paris and Its Environs. 1909. Shows roads, some buildings, water, and public areas. Very good condition, measures, approx. 5.5 x 3.75 inches. ***SOLD***
Price: Date: 1909
1909Baedeker

Model # JJ013
A New Map of France **SOLD** - Maker: Moll
Hand colored engraved antique map of France, including the south coast of England, the English Channel, Bay of Biscay, northern Spain, and the Mediterranean. Very good overall antique condition, mounted on acid mat with tape, approx. 7 x 10 inches.
Price: Date: c. 1730
c. 1730Moll

Model # JJ015
The North Part of France ***SOLD*** - Maker: Moll
Hand colored engraved antique map of northern France, "containing the governments of Picardy, Normandy, Bretagne, Isle de France, Champagne and Orleanois," with south coast of England, the English Channel, and the northern Bay of Biscay. Very good overall antique condition, mounted on acid mat with tape, approx. 7 x 10 inches.
Price: Date: c. 1730
c. 1730Moll

Model # MIL013
Invasion and Total War Victory Maps World War II ***SOLD*** - Maker: Ernest Dudley Chase
Printed color folding map of the world created to help people understand where things stood at the beginning of World War II, printed in 1942 and created by Ernest Dudley Chase. This two-sided folding map shows a variety of weapons and vehicles and explains that is it "A battle map to set the stage for 'total war' on land and sea...." The V's for victory are used decoratively throughout the border, which contains Morse code for the letter V ( ...-). On verso are smaller maps of Europe, Italy, and the English Channel. The border of the map of Europe shows military and navy insignia. In fair to good condition, very fragile with some minor paper loss at fold intersections, some paper separation at folds, some edge wear, a wrinkle on one side. Could be restored but at the sacrifice of the maps on one side. Priced as is. Approx. 15 x 35 inches
Price: Date: 1942
1942Ernest Dudley Chase

Model # EUR2018
Orkney and Shetland Islands, Jersey, Guernsey, &c., and Scilly Islands ***SOLD*** - Maker: Arrowsmith
Antique hand colored map of three groups of islands in the United Kingdom- The Northern Isles (Orkney and Shetland) of Scotland, a few of the English Channel Islands (Jersey, Guernsey, &c.), and the Isles of Scilly off the southwestern tip of Great Britain. Good condition with some heavier toning/foxing of the antique paper. By A. Arrowsmith, in A New General Atlas, 1817. Measures approximately 7.75" x 10" to the neatline. ***SOLD***
Price: Date: 1817
1817Arrowsmith

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