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B. Clarke : 30 items

Maps

B. Clarke    The British Gazetteer 1852
£25
41 x 52cm


England and Wales, with part of Scotland.The map is designed to show the country's railway network, and was produced by lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed close to bottom right hand border to fit the volume. Repaired tear c 2 cm within the bottom border.
Ref: BIS 1202
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£30
41 x 34cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed just within bottom right hand border to fit the volume.
Ref: BER 1148
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£35
41 x 33.5cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. The map was folded and trimmed just within bottom right hand border to fit the volume, but has been re-margined with old paper to facilitate mounting if so desired.
Ref: CHE 1153
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£35
41 x 34cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed close against bottom right hand border to fit the volume.
Ref: COR 1154
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£18
33.5 x 40.5cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed close against bottom right hand border to fit the volume. Repaired tear c 2 cm within right hand border.
Ref: CUM1155
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£30
40.5 x 33.5cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. The map was folded and trimmed just within the bottom right hand border to fit the volume, but has been re-margined with old paper to facilitate mounting if so desired. An unobtrusive repaired tear 1 cm within the right hand border.Modern hand colour.
Ref: DEV 1157
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£35
41 x 33.5cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed close against bottom right hand border to fit the volume.
Ref: GLO 1163
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£20
41 x 34cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. The map was folded and trimmed close against bottom right hand border to fit the volume, and has been re-margined with matching old paper to facilitate mounting if so desired..
Ref: HRE 1166
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£20
41.5 x 33.5 cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed just within bottom right hand border to fit the volume. A short repaired tear impinging 1cm within right hand border.
Ref: KEN 1172
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£40
33.5 x 41cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed (with minor loss) within top right hand border to fit the volume. Short repaired tear impinging c 0.5 cm within the top centre border.
Ref: LAN 1174
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£20
41 x 33.5cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed close to bottom right hand border to fit the volume. A couple of light stains.
Ref: LEI 1175
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£20
33.5 x 41.5cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. The map was folded and trimmed close to bottom right hand border to fit the volume, and has been re-margined with matching, old paper to facilitate mounting if so desired..
Ref: MON 1178
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£25
41 x 33.5cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed just within bottom right hand border to fit the volume. An unobtrusive short repaired tear impinging c 0.5 cm within the right hand border.
Ref: NFK 1179
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£20
41 x 33.5cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed close to bottom right hand border to fit the volume. A short, marginal repaired tear abutting but not within the right hand border.
Ref: NTN 1180
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£20
33.5 x 41cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded to fit the volume.
Ref: NOT 1183
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£35
33.5 x 41cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed close to bottom right hand border to fit the volume.
Ref: OXF 1185
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£25
33.5 x 41cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. The map was folded and trimmed just within bottom right hand border to fit the volume, and has been re-margined with matching, old paper to facilitate mounting if so desired.
Ref: SHR 1186
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£35
41 x 33.5cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed just within bottom right hand border to fit the volume.
Ref: SOM 1189
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£25
34 x 41cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed close to bottom right hand border to fit the volume.
Ref: WAR 1194
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1816)
£35
34 x 41cm


These maps first appeared in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816, being subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. They were modified and updated during this time. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Folded and trimmed close against bottom right hand border to fit the volume. A tiny repaired tear just impinging c 2 mm within the right hand border.
Ref: WIL 1196
 
B. Clarke R. Rowe    The British Gazetteer 1852 (1812-14)
£10
42.5 x 35.5cm


Rowe's maps were firstproduced between 1812 and 1814, and probably sold singly before their appearance in Rowe's English Atlas of 1816. They were subsequently acquired by a succession of later publishers and used in a variety of their works. During this time they were modified and updated. This example is the second lithographic transfer for Clarke's British Gazetteer, published in 1852 by H.G. Collins. Remargined where folded and trimmed close to bottom right hand border to fit the volume. Some creasing, two internal repaired tears along folds, and a toned segment in the upper right of the map. Priced accordingly.
Ref: RUT 010
 

Topographical prints - other areas

B. Clarke    The British Gazetteer 1852
£15
20.5 x 11.5cm


Wolverton Viaduct on the London and North Western Railway. The British Gazetteer was authored by B. Clarke and published by H.G. Collins in 1852. Apart from topographical text listings, it included a set of county maps (originally by Rowe), and a small series of railway prints after drawings by J.F. Burrell. This print was engraved by A. Ashley and shows the imposing viaduct built in 1838 to carry the line over the valley of the River Ouse.
Ref: TOP 1487
 
B. Clarke    The British Gazetteer 1852
£10
21.5 x 14cm


Derby - the Great Central Railway Station. The British Gazetteer was authored by B. Clarke and published by H.G. Collins in 1852. Apart from topographical text listings, it included a set of county maps (originally by Rowe(, and a small series of railway prints after drawings by J.F. Burrell. This print was engraved by C. Cole and shows the Grand Central Station which opened in 1844. In the 1830's 3 different railway companies were considering lines to or through Derby, and in 1836 the City Council successfully persuaded them to work together on the provision of one shared station, rather than one for each line. This collaboration also ended with the 3 companies amalgamating to form the Midland Railway in 1844, with the new station as their HQ, and Derby's sucess as a railway town was assured. The station was extensively remodelled in 1952 and again in 1985, when the remnants of the Victorian staion were demolished. A water stain to the right margin of the print which would be mostly hidden by a mount.
Ref: TOP 1495
 
B. Clarke    The British Gazetteer 1852
£8
20 x 14.5cm


Ivy Bridge Viaduct - South Devon Railway. The British Gazetteer was authored by B. Clarke and published by H.G. Collins in 1852. Apart from topographical text listings, it included a set of county maps (originally by Rowe and a small series of railway prints after drawings by J.F. Burrell. Ivybridge is a small town about 9 miles east of Plymouth and standing on the River Erme. The South Devon Railway chose to route its line between Exeter and Plymouth via the town, spanning the river with an impressive viaduct built by Brunel in 1848. This was replaced by a new viaduct in 1892/3, but the granite piers of Brunel's original still remain.This print was engraved by A. Ashley. Some waterstains to the vertical margins, which could be mostly hidden by judicious mounting.
Ref: TOP 1491
 
B. Clarke    The British Gazetteer 1852
£7
10 x 12cm


Bristol - the Terminus of the Great Western Railway. The British Gazetteer was authored by B. Clarke and published by H.G. Collins in 1852. Apart from topographical text listings, it included a set of county maps (originally by Rowe), and a small series of railway prints after drawings by J.F. Burrell. This print was engraved by A. Ashley and shows Temple Meads Station, the western terminuse of the Great Western Railway from London. The station was designed in the gothic style by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and first opened in 1840. Its architecture is much admired today. Some waterstaining to the print but not too obtrusive.
Ref: TOP 1492
 
B. Clarke    The British Gazetteer 1852
£7
20.5 x 13cm


The Bridgewater Monument, Ashridge Park. The British Gazetteer was authored by B. Clarke and published by H.G. Collins in 1852. Apart from topographical text listings, it included a set of county maps (originally by Rowe), and a small series of railway prints after drawings by J.F. Burrell. This print was engraved by A. Ashley, and shows the Bridgewater Monument in the grounds of Ashridge Park. The monument was erected in 1832 as a monument to the 3rd Duke of Bridgewater, whose family owned the estate, and who was a great canal builder. Much of Ashridge Park, including the site of the monument which can be climbed by an interior staircase, is now owned by the National Trust and is open to the public free of charge.
Ref: TOP 182
 
B. Clarke    The British Gazetteer 1852
£10
19 x 12cm


Bristol - The Terminus of the Great Western Railway. The British Gazetteer was authored by B. Clarke and published by H.G. Collins in 1852. Apart from topographical text listings, it included a set of county maps (originally by Rowe), and a small series of railway prints after drawings by J.F. Burrell. This print was engraved by A. Ashley after a drawing by J.F. Burrell, and shows the frontage of Temple Meads Station. The station was designed and built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, initially for the Great Western Railway, but was soon being used by several additional railway companies, requiring its expansion and provision for "through" services in the 1870's. It was further expanded in the 1930's. Brunel's original station was taken out of service in 1965, but is Grade 1 Listed and still used for other purposes. The print has some waterstaining.
Ref: TOP 1495
 
B. Clarke    The British Gazetteer 1852
£15
21.5 x 13.5cm


Box Hill and the Dorking Railway. The British Gazetteer was authored by B. Clarke and published by H.G. Collins in 1852. Apart from topographical text listings, it included a set of county maps (originally by Rowe), and a small series of railway prints after drawings by J.F. Burrell. This print was engraved by A. Ashley and shows the well-known beauty spot of Box Hill, with the railway viaduct in the distance.
Ref: TOP 1497
 
B. Clarke    The British Gazetteer 1852
£12
20 x 12.5cm


Caernarvonshire - Conway - the new tubular bridge on the Chester and Holyhead Railway. The British Gazetteer was authored by B. Clarke and published by H.G. Collins in 1852. Apart from topographical text listings, it included a set of county maps (originally by Rowe), and a small series of railway prints, mostly after drawings by J.F. Burrell. This print was both drawn and engraved by A. Ashley. The Conway Railway Bridge was designed by William Fairbairn and built by Robert Stephenson, and was the world's first wrought-iron tubular bridge, and the only surviving example of its type still extant today. It carried the railway across the River Conway, and was opened in 1849.
Ref: TOP 1488
 
B. Clarke    The British Gazetteer 1852
£10
19.5 x 12cm


Caernarvonshire - The Menai Straights Bridge on the Chester and Holyhead Railway. The British Gazetteer was authored by B. Clarke and published by H.G. Collins in 1852. Apart from topographical text listings, it included a set of county maps (originally by Rowe), and a small series of railway prints after drawings by J.F. Burrell. This print was engraved by A. Ashley, and shows Robert Stephenson's new wrought-iron tubular railway bridge across the Menai Strait. This type of construction was very new and many doubted that it would succeed with such long spans, but rigourous testing by William Fairbairn suggested it could and the design was approved. The bridge opened in 1850 after 4 years of construction work. It survived until 1970 when it was damaged by fire, and had to be rebuilt - this time to a different design. Some waterstaining to the print.
Ref: TOP 1490