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CREIGHTON, Roger, 1796-1838 : JERSEY.
[London : Samuel Lewis, 1848]. A neat and clear antique map of nineteenth-century Jersey, compiled by the surveyor Roger Creighton and engraved by the admiralty engravers John and Charles Walker. Originally produced for the "Topographical Dictionary" published by Samuel Lewis of Aldersgate in 1831.
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MANESSON-MALLET, Allain, 1630-1706 : DE IERSEY ET DE GARNESEY.
[Paris : Denys Thierry, 1683]. A striking antique map offering an image of the seventeenth-century Channel Islands, with a naval action taking place to the south. Designed by the French mathematician, engineer and surveyor Allain Manesson-Mallet. Originally produced for Mallet’s “Description de l’Univers : Contenant les Differents Systemes du Monde” (1683).
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RAPKIN, John, 1813-1899 : CHANNEL ISLANDS.
London & New York : John Tallis & Co., [ca.1850]. A most attractive mid-nineteenth-century composite map – Guernsey above, Jersey below – the two maps set in a single floral border and decorated with vignette views of St. Peter Port, Castle Cornet, a druidical altar, Mont Orgueil, St. Helier, etc. The map was drawn and engraved by John Rapkin with the additional decorative work by Henry Winkles (1800-1860) and Edward Radclyffe (1810?-1863).
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SELLER, John, 1632-1697 : JERSEY.
[London : S. Hooper, 1787]. A charming small antique map of Jersey. Originally produced by John Seller for a set of maps which first appeared under the title “Anglia Contracta” in about 1694, but here in the much later revised version issued with Francis Grose’s "The Antiquities of England and Wales".
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