A brightly colored map by Frederick Griffin featuring the Arms of the Government of Northern Ireland in the upper and lower margins. The map shows elegant illustrations highlighting the sights, roads, tourist attractions, history, and myths of the region. A key at bottom left identifies a wide range of locations, including ports, youth hostels, golf courses, castles, cathedrals, megaliths, industrial centres, swimming areas, roads, and more. On the verso there is additional promotional text and images including humorous illustrations by the Northern Irish cartoonist Douglas Carson Rowel Boyd Friers. Published in Belfast, 1950 at McCaw, Stevenson & Orr.
[Northern Ireland] Northern Ireland Map Folder
One of only four maps of English counties by this Italian mapmaker. From ‘Atlante Novissimo’.Very good condition with nice and decorative original colours.
- Author: ZATTA Antonio
- Year: 1779
- Dimension: 195 x 305 mm
- Place of publication: Venice
Lovely engraved map based on the cartography by C. Franz Radefeld (1788-1874) showing the whole Scotland inset little maps of Orkney and Shetland. From the “Meyer’s Neuester Zeitungs Atlas” published by Bibliographischen Instituts in Hildburghausen in 1849-52. The innovation of this work is that almost all maps had small inserts showing richly detailed maps of major cities and their surrunding areas: so not only could travellers carry the atlas with them easily, they could also obtain an initial
- Author: MEYER Joseph
- Year: 1849
- Dimension: 205 x 235 mm
- Place of publication: Hildburghausen
The Beatles Map shows a topographic layout of Liverpool highlighting the places well known (it also has their Yellow Submarine characters & the sub itself in the Mersey!) to Beatles buffs such as Quarrybank High School, their birthplaces & many other Beatle landmarks. Printed in darkgreen on light green paper by City of Liverpool Public Relations Office and published in 1974 to commemorate the buildings and places where the Beatles started their career.
- Author: City of Liverpool Public Relations Office
- Dimension: 37 x 42,5 cm
- Year: 1974
Nice miniature map of the England from the Mercator Hondius “Atlas Minor” published in Amsterdam in 1648 at Jannsonius. In 1607 Jodocus Hondius published a reduced size version of Mercator’s “Atlas”, itself suitably titled “Atlas Minor”. The maps were copied from those of the great cartographer Mercator of around 1580-90 or were reductions of Hondius’ own maps of 1606. Almost 20 years later Joannes Janssonius commissioned a new set of copperplates to be engraved by Pieter Van Den Keere (Kaerius
- Author: MERCATOR Gerard - HONDIUS Henricus
- Year: 1648
- Dimension: 202 x 145 mm
- Place of publication: Amsterdam