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J. Bill : 6 items
J. Bill    The Abridgement of Camden's Britannia 1626
£220
11.5 x 9cm


An attractive and rare county map, as the work was only ever printed in one edition with a print run suggested as just 200. The maps were copied from Saxton, and are notable as the first set of county maps to show latitude and longitude. A true collector's item from the rarest of English county atlases.
Ref: BUC 028
 
J. Bill    The Abridgement of Camden's Britannia 1626
£230
12 x 9cm


An attractive and rare county map, as the work was only ever printed in one edition with a print run suggested as just 200. The maps were copied from Saxton, and are notable as the first set of county maps to show latitude and longitude. A true collector's item from the rarest of English county atlases.
Ref: CAM 189
 
J. Bill    The Abridgement of Camden's Britannia 1626
£220
12 x 9cm


An attractive and rare county map, as the work was only ever printed in one edition with a print run suggested as just 200. The maps were copied from Saxton, and are notable as the first set of county maps to show latitude and longitude. A true collector's item from the rarest of English county atlases.
Ref: BER 013
 
J. Bill    The Abridgement of Camden's Britannia 1626
£240
12.5 x 9cm


An attractive and rare county map, as the work was only ever printed in one edition with a print run suggested as just 200. The maps were copied from Saxton, and are notable as the first set of county maps to show latitude and longitude. A true collector's item from the rarest of English county atlases. 240
Ref: HRT 049
 
J. Bill    The Abridgement of Camden's Britannia 1626
£195
11.5 x 9cm


An attractive and rare county map, as the work was only ever printed in one edition with a print run suggested as just 200. The maps were copied from Saxton, and are notable as the first set of county maps to show latitude and longitude. A true collector's item from the rarest of English county atlases.
Ref: NOT 014
 
J. Bill    The Abridgement of Camden's Britannia 1626
£355
12.5 x 9cm


An attractive and rare county map, as the work was only ever printed in one edition with a print run suggested as just 200. The maps were copied from Saxton, and are notable as the first set of county maps to show latitude and longitude. A true collector's item from the rarest of English county atlases. Although all the margins of the map are at lest 1 cm, the vertical margins have been trimmed with slight loss to the text on the verso.
Ref: ESS 003