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BADESLADE, Thomas, fl.1717-1744 : A MAP OF NOTTINGHAM SHIRE. NORTH FROM LONDON.
[London] : W. H. Toms, 1742 (or later). An attractive mid eighteenth-century map of the county, incorporating a panel of text giving details of principal towns, market days, Members of Parliament, etc. Originally published by the surveyor, Thomas Badeslade, and the engraver, William Henry Toms (fl.1723-1758), for their "Chorographia Britannia" series (London : 1741-1742).
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[CONDER, Thomas, 1750?-1831] : A NEW MAP OF NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, DRAWN FROM THE LATEST AUTHORITIES.
[London : Alexander Hogg, 1784]. A neatly worked late eighteenth-century map of Nottinghamshire, decorated with the arms of Nottingham and a vignette of forest and deer. Originally engraved by Thomas Conder for the Alexander Hogg part-work “New British Traveller; or, a Complete Modern Universal Display of Great-Britain and Ireland” (London : 1784).
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[JANSSONIUS, Joannes, 1588-1664] : COMITATVS NOTTINGHA=MIENSIS ; SIVE NOTTINGHAM SHIRE.
[Amsterdam : 1646 (or later)]. A fine seventeenth-century antique map of the county from the Dutch master. Decorated with a splendid pastoral cartouche, shields, putti, the royal arms, etc. Originally produced in 1644, this slightly revised version of the map first appeared in the "Novus Atlas" (Amsterdam : 1646).
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MORDEN, Robert, fl.1668-1703 : NOTTINGHAM SHIRE.
[London] : sold by Abel Swale, Awnsham & Iohn Churchill, . A handsome antique map by the London mapmaker Robert Morden. When they were first published in 1695, Morden’s larger county maps were advertised as being “much the fairest and most correct of any that have yet appear’d”. The help of “knowing gentlemen” in each county had been sought “to supply the defects, rectifie the positions, and correct false spellings”. Originally produced for the 1695 edition of Camden’s “Britannia”. Further corrections were made for this second edition of 1722.
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[READ, Thomas & ROCQUE, John] : NOTTINGHAM SHIRE.
[London : for the Authors, by Adlard & Browne, 1770]. An attractive eighteenth-century map of the county from a series originally published by the printer Thomas Read between 1743 and 1746 under the title "The English Traveller" and revised by the surveyor John Rocque (fl.1734-1762) for his "Small English Atlas" in 1753. The present issue is dated to 1770.
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