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Historical Images Tallis etc 1851

Historical map images ranging from Jon Speed (1610) to the Tallis range (1851) of Scottish cities. Stunning for framing and display or for research.

20" x 16" MUST BE SOLD UNFOLDED IN A TUBE  (will be dispatched separately by Historic Images Ltd)

Printed on high quality art paper in off white and are suitable for framing. 
Sent in protective cardboard tube unless requested as flat folded. Please note that the digital watermark on lower right of the image will not appear on maps sent



Scotland in1610 by John Speed
20.00
This splendid map of Scotland is by John Speed. Based on Mercator's map of 1595 it shows the map of Scotland as known at that time. There is a small inset in the top right hand corner of the Isles of Orkney while the map is bordered by sketches of King James I of England & VI of Scotland and Prince Henry on one side and Queen Anne and Charles, Duke of York on the other.  20"x 16" MUST BE SOLD UNFOLDED IN A TUBE (will be dispatched separately by Historic Images Ltd)
STP Aberdeen 1851 by John Tallis
20.00
An attractive Victorian map of Aberdeen in 1851. At the top of the plan there is a view towards Castle Street. The other illustrations are of Old Don Bridge, North Church on King Street and a sailing ship on the German Ocean (as the North Sea was called then).20" x 16" MUST BE SOLD UNFOLDED IN A TUBE  (will be dispatched separately by Historic Images Ltd)
STP Edinburgh 1851 by John Tallis
20.00
An attractive Victorian map of Edinburgh by John Tallis. Also shows engravings of a number of the important buildings in Edinburgh at the time. 20" x 16" MUST BE SOLD UNFOLDED IN A TUBE (will be dispatched separately by Historic Images Ltd) 


STP Edinburgh 1864 by Swanson
20.00
Edinburgh c1864. Drawn and engraved by G.H.Swanson this town plan of Edinburgh and Leith shows exceptional detail. Buildings are finely drawn with important buildings such as the castle displayed in block ink. The early railways, along with all roads are named. At the top of the plan there is the Firth of Forth along with its piers, harbour and docks. At the bottom of the map even the smallest of residences of Morningside are detailed and in many cases named.20" x 16" MUST BE SOLD UNFOLDED IN A TUBE (will be dispatched separately by Historic Images Ltd) 
 

STP Glasgow 1851 by John Tallis
20.00
Glasgow 1851 Railways are yet to cross the River Clyde flowing through the centre of this Victorian plan of Glasgow. The map is finished with attractive illustrations of the Royal Exchange, Glasgow Cathedral, Royal Bank of Scotland, The University, New Bridge and a most splendid Victorian View of Glasgow from The Green.  20" x 16" MUST BE SOLD UNFOLDED IN A TUBE (will be dispatched separately by Historic Images Ltd)
STP Perth 1851 by John Tallis
20.00
This 1851 Victorian map of Perth shows it sandwiched between the South Inch and North Inch. The plan shows only one bridge across the River Tay into Perth. The plan is finished with three attractive illustrations, Scone Palace, Kingfauns Castle and Bank of Scotland.  20" x 16" MUST BE SOLD UNFOLDED IN A TUBE (will be dispatched separately by Historic Images Ltd)
The North West Coast of Scotland 1796
20.00
An attractive coastal chart of the north west coast of Scotland including the outer isles in 1796 by Stuart Amos Arnold 20" x 16" MUST BE SOLD UNFOLDED IN A TUBE (will be dispatched separately by Historic Images Ltd) 
The West Coast of Scotland 1796 The Clyde to Ardnamurchan
20.00
An attractive coastal chart of the west coast of Scotland from the Firth of Clyde to Ardnamurchan originally produced by Stuart Amos Arnold. 20" x 16" MUST BE SOLD UNFOLDED IN A TUBE (will be dispatched separately by Historic Images Ltd)