Originally made in 1763. Made up of 4 sheets: sold here individually. Rarely available.
A plan of the county of Midlothian or shire of Edinburgh.' By John Laurie, surveyor. Engraved by Alexander Baillie. Scale[1: 63360] . 1020 x 1410 mm on sheet 1046 x 1437 mm. Engraving. Linen backing. County map with inset plans of southermost part of county and part of Clydesdale. Dedication to Charles, Earl of Elgin and Kincardine, Grand Master Mason of Scotland and all members of the Grand Lodge of Scotland within rococo cartouche surmounted by armorial bearings. Note: 'Published according to the Act of Parliament.'
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Victorian Ordnance Survey Map of Scotland. Including: Cramond Dalkeith Inverkeithing Lasswade Leith Livingston Musselburgh Newbattle Penicuik West Calder First Edition revised to 1896. If you would like also to order the county map of Midlothian at 10% disc.please check the box opposite. parishes located on this map:-Abercorn, Aberdour (part), Bathgate (part), Bo'ness / Borrowstounness (part), Borthwick (part), Calder - Mid, Calder - West (part), Canongate, Carriden (part), Carrington, Cockpen, Collington / Collinton, Corstorphine, Cramond, Cranston (part), Crichton (part), Curriie, Dalgety (part), Dalkeith, Dalmeny, Duddingston, Dunfermline (part), Ecclesmachan, Edinburgh, Eddeleston (part), Glencross, Heriot (part), Inveresk, Inverkeithing, Kirkliston, Kirknewton, Lasswade, Leith - North & South, Liberton, Linlithgow (part), Linton (part), Livingston (part), Newbattle (part), Newton, Ormistoun (part), Pennycuick (part), Prestonpans (part), Queensferry, Ratho, St Cuthberts, Temple (part), Torryburn (part), Tranent (part), Uphall, Whiteburn (part)
Edinburgh in 1817 - a set of 6 superb maps showing the whole of Edinburgh and Leith. 63cm x 81cm.
The map covers the whole city as it was in 1817, plus large areas which are now suburbs, with these boundaries - North- Firth of Forth West- East Pilton, Comely Bank, Morningside South- Blackford,Craigmillar, Niddrie East- Craigentinny, Duddingston, Southfield
Victorian Ordnance Survey Map of Scotland. Including:Abbey St Bathans Aberlady Dirleton Dunbar East Linton Gifford Lammermuir Hills Longformacus Pathhead Tranent. This Edition revised to 1901 parishes included on this map:- Aberlady, Athelstaneford, Bolton, Borthwick (part), Chanellkirk (part), Cranshaws, Cranston (part), Crichton (part), Dirleton, Dunbar, Fala (part), Garvald, Gladsmuir, Haddington, Heriot (part), Humbie, Lauder (part), Longformacus (part), Morham, Newbattle (part), North Berwick, Ormistoun (part), Pencaitland, Prestonkirk, Prestonpans (part), Salton, Spott, Stenton, Tranent (part), Westruther, Whitekirk, Whittingham, Yester
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)
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)