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A. Fullarton : 29 items

Maps

A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1840-49 (1833)
£34
18.5 x 24.5cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer and bears the signature of Gray & Son as engravers. Supplied mounted and ready for framing.
Ref: BED 034
 
A. Fullarton    Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales 1834
£33
24.5 x 19cm


These maps were first published in partwork by Fullarton and Co. in 1833-34 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales. The complete work was subsequently re-issued three times in 1834, 1836 and 1837. They were later re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the 1834 edition of Bell's Gazetteer and bears the signature of R. Scott as engraver. Supplied mounted and ready for framing.
Ref: BER 010
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£30
18.5 x 23.5cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and Bears the signature of Gray & Son as engravers. Supplied mounted and ready for framing.
Ref: BUC 046
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£35
23.5 x 18.5cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and lacks an engraver's signature. Short repair to lower centrefold c0.5cms into border. Supplied mounted, ready for framing.
Ref: CHE 100
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1834)
£30
23.5 x 19cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1834 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer and bears the signature of R. Scott as engraver.
Ref: COR 034
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£22
19 x 24cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and bears the signature of R.Scott, though this may apply only to the engraving of the vignette of Carlisle.
Ref: CUM 128
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£23
24 x 18.5cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and bears the signature of Gray & Son as engravers. Supplied mounted and ready for framing.
Ref: DOR 175
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1840-49 (1834)
£35
24 x 18.5cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1834 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer and bears the signature of Gray & Son as engravers.
Ref: ESS 1637
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£25
18.5 x 24cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and bears the signature of Gray and Son as engravers.
Ref: GLO 219
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£30
24 x 18.5cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and bears the signature of Gray & Son as engravers.
Ref: HAM 232
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£23
19 x 24cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and bears the signature of Gray & Son as engravers.
Ref: HRE 248
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£35
24 x 19cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and bears the signature of Gray & Son as engravers. Supplied mounted and ready for framing.
Ref: HRT 267
 
A. Fullarton    Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales 1834
£33
24 x 19cm


These maps were first published in partwork by Fullarton and Co. in 1833-34 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales. The complete work was subsequently re-issued three times in 1834, 1836 and 1837. They were later re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the 1834 edition of Bell's Gazetteer and bears the signature of R. Scott as engraver. Supplied mounted and ready for framing.
Ref: KEN 009
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1840-49 (1833)
£20
19 x 24.5cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer and bears the signature of Gray & Son as engravers. Supplied mounted, and ready to frame.
Ref: MON 008
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£25
19.5 x 24cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and lacks an engraver's signature.
Ref: SHR 631
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£27
24 x 19cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and lacks an engraver's signature.
Ref: SOM 642
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£25
19 x 24cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and lacks an engraver's signature.
Ref: STA 657
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£28
24 x 19.5cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and lacks an engraver's signature. Supplied mounted and ready to frame.
Ref: WES 736
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1847 (1833)
£32
24 x 18.5cm


North Riding. These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer of 1847 and bears the signatures of G. Kemp as cartographer, and J. Neele & Co. as engravers. Supplied mounted and ready to frame.
Ref: YOR 809
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1840-49 (1833)
£18
18.5 x 25cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer and bears the signature of Gray & Son as engravers. Slight crease at the cetrefold.
Ref: LIN 031
 
A. Fullarton    Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales 1833-37
£40
24 x 18.5cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in 1834, 1836 and 1837. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from Bell's Gazetteer and bears the signature of R. Scott as engraver. Supplied mounted and ready for framing.
Ref: MID 014
 
A. Fullarton J. Bartholomew    The Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales 1866-9
£19
31 x 23cm


The Channel Islands. Original colour. The Imperial Gazetteer was the successor to Fullarton's Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales. It lacked county maps but included a number of new maps of interest. These maps of the Channel Islands were drawn and engraved by J. Bartolomew. Supplied mounted and ready for framing.
Ref: ISL 1221
 
A. Fullarton    Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales 1834
£20
24 x 18.5cm


These maps were first published in partwork by Fullarton and Co. in 1833-34 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales. The complete work was subsequently re-issued three times in 1834, 1836 and 1837. They were later re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the 1834 edition of Bell's Gazetteer and bears no engraver's signature.
Ref: DUR 030
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England 1842 (1833)
£40
24 x 19cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from the Parliamentary Gazetteer and lacks an engraver's signature.
Ref: SUF 1594
 
A. Fullarton    The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1840-49 (1833)
£35
24 x 18.5cm


These maps were first published by Fullarton and Co. in 1833 in James Bell's New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales which was re-issued three times in the 1830's. They were subsequently re-published (again by Fullarton) in 1840 in The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales, with several further re-issues up to 1849. The maps were engraved on steel and sometimes bear the name of the engraver and sometimes not. This example is from The Parliamentary Gazetteer. It bears the name of R. Scott as engraver. Supplied mounted and ready for framing.
Ref: NTN 010
 

UK and British Atlases

A. Fullarton    The Imperial Gazetteer of Scotland c1866
£325
17.5 x 12cm


Two volumes with lxviii/816 and 872 pages resepctively. Red cloth and red half leather bindings. 31 coloured, single page county maps, 9 other coloured, single or double page maps (including town plans), and 18 topographical prints. Occasional spotting throughout the text, affecting some maps, but mostly to the margins and not the printed areas. The single page maps are of the stated dimensions.
Ref: ABR 1139
 
A. Fullarton J. Bartholomew    The Imperial Map of England and Wales 1868
£225
69.5 x 48cm


This sectional map of England and Wales was published by Fullerton and Co. in c1868 in two formats - as an atlas, and as a dissected, linen-backed map in a slip case. It comprises 15 large double page sheets, with sheet 16, presented as 3 double pages of reduced height. The maps were based on Ordnance Survey data and engraved by J. Bartholomew at a scale of 4 inches to the mile. Original hand colour to county boundaries and blue wash to the sea areas. Some occasional spotting (heavier on sheet 9) and a couple of repaired marginal tears. A very good example of John Bartholomew junior's early work for the company..
Ref: ABR 002
 

Town Plans

A. Fullarton    The Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales 1866-9
£25
31.5 x 23.5cm


Leeds . Original colour. The Imperial Gazetteer was the successor to Fullarton's Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales. It lacked county maps but included a number of new maps of interest. The map of Leeds was drawn and engraved by J. Bartholomew.
Ref: TWN 1238
 

Topographical prints - other areas

A. Fullarton    The Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales 1866-9
£8
17.5 x 10.5cm


Liverpool from the Mersey. Archibald Fullarton first published The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales in 1840, with several further re-issues up to 1849. Its successor from 1866 to at least 1874 was titled The Imperial Gazetteer.... which, unlike the Parliamentary Gazetter, had no county maps, but featured the odd steel engraved plate, including this seascape of the Mersey backed by Liverpool. The print was engraved by R.B. Scott after a drawing by J.C. Brown. Some spotting.
Ref: TOP 171