Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Maps of Dorset

Ref Subject Description Size Price Image
Mx0133Dorsetvan Langeren, c1643 Dorsetshireh 107mm x w 105mm£80Image to follow
Mx0132DorsetMoule, c1836 Dorset. These maps appeared in several editions. This is a later edition which shows the railways from Southampton to Poole,Dorchester and Weymouth. These maps are considered to be the last decorative county maps to be issuedh 198mm x w 260mm£45Image to follow
M0380DorsetRobert Sayer, 1786. A Chart of the Isle Road and Race of Portland with the Shambles etc. Hand colouring.h 510mm x w 690mm£220Image to follow
M0136DorsetEllis, c1766, A Modern map of Dorsetshire drawn from the latest surveys, corrected and improved by the best authorities. h 190mm x w 242mm£55Image to follow
M0135DorsetKitchen, T, c1764 Dorestshire drawn from the best Authorities. By Thos Kitchen Geogr, Engraver to H R H the Duke of York.h 195mm x w 248mm£60Image to follow
M0082DorsetJohn Cary, A Map of Dorsetshire from the best authoritiesw 375mm x h 525mm£110Image to follow
M0081DorsetRichard Blome, A General |Mapp of Dorestshire with is divisions and hundreds.h 255mm x w 315mm£170Image to follow
M0080DorsetChristopher Saxton, & William Kip,1607-1637 Dorcestriae comitatus vulgo Dorsetth 270mm x w 385mm£180Image to follow
14DorsetRobert Morden, c1695 Dorset Shire handcoloured£120Print of Kent by Speed
13DorsetChristopher Saxton & Philip Lea; Dorsetshire Described by C.Saxton, Corrected and Amended with many Additions as Roads &c. by P.Lea, [1690], hand coloured eng. map, inset plan of Dorchester, professionally remargined, 375 x 540 mm. An attractive and rare item, being a revision of the first printed map of the county. Some time after 1684 Philip Lea acquired the original copperplates from Christopher Saxton's "An Atlas of England and Wales ...", first published in 1579. Lea published them in an atlas c1689 as "The Shires of England and Wales". He added information copied from Speed, such as the town plan of Dorchester, roads from John Ogilby, and he replaced the Latin titles with English. A particularly decorative exampleSOLDPrint of Kent by Speed