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COLLINS, H.G. (Henry George), fl.1832-1858 : SUFFOLK.
London : for the Proprietors by H. G. Collins, [ca.1853]. An attractively worked mid nineteenth-century map of the county, with particular attention given to the railways, polling places, etc. Produced as a series of maps “sold at all the railway stations” by Collins in the 1850s, but the base-map itself was originally produced by Robert Rowe some forty years eariler.
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KITCHIN, Thomas, 1719-1784 : A NEW MAP OF THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK DRAWN FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES.
[London : R. & J. Dodsley, 1764]. A charming antique map – decorated with a stylish rococo cartouche, a compass rose, etc. Compiled and engraved by Thomas Kitchin, one of the best known of English mapmakers of the period and later to become Hydrographer to the King. Originally produced for “England Illustrated, or, a Compendium of the Natural History, Geography, Topography, and Antiquities Ecclesiastical and Civil, of England and Wales” (London : 1764).
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[MOULE, Thomas, 1784-1851] : SUFFOLK.
[London : George Virtue, 1832]. One of the most attractive and popular of all antique maps of the county, decorated with a “gothick” architectural border, six coats of arms and vignette views of Euston Hall and Heveningham Hall. Originally engraved by William Schmollinger (1811?-1869) for Moule’s part-work series “The English Counties Delineated” (London : 1830-1837) – and here in early state before the addition of railways, etc.
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WALKER, J. & C. (WALKER, John, 1787-1873 & WALKER, Charles, 1799?-1872) : SUFFOLK.
London : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Co., [ca.1850]. A clearly engraved map of the county from the Admiralty engravers John & Charles Walker – on a scale of five miles to the inch, with particular attention being given to the newly built railways. Originally published in 1835, but here in a later and updated version.
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