Map of the Isles of Jarsey [Jersey], Garnsey [Guernsey], Sarke [Sark], Man, Orcades [Orkney] and Shetland published by Richard Blome (1660 - 1705) by HM command. The map of Jersey is dedicated to Sir George Carteret. Dimensions 38cm by 30cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/21b

Date: 1660 - 1680

Map of Jersey, showing all valleys and streams, and newly constructed South Pier and North Pier in St Helier. Drawn and engraved by J Walker for Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of England, 1831.

Reference: L/F/120/A/101a

Date: 1831 - 1831

Map of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm showing bays and major roads. Drawn and engraved by Robert Mudie's History and Topographical Description of Hampshire, and published by G E Gilmore in 1839 (27cm by 19cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/105a

Date: 1839 - 1839

Copy of a Medieval Map of Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Wight and Anglesey showing churches after Gerhard Mercator this edition was published c.1634 by Jan Jansson (1596 - 1664) in his Atlas Minor. Dimensions - 27cm by 21 cm.

Reference: L/F/120/A/10a

Date: 1634 - 1634

Map of Jersey, Guernsey, Sark, Herm and Alderney showing reefs, bays, roads, churches and defences drawn and engraved by John Bartholomew (1805 - 1861) and published by Archibald Fullerton and Company c.1850. Dimensions - 36cm by 28cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/110a

Date: 1850 - 1850

Map of Jersey drawn by R Creighton and engraved by J Walker for Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of England, 1831. Showing all the valleys and streams as well as the newly constructed South Pier and North Pier in St Helier. Dimensions - 26cm by 20cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/235

Date: 1831 - 1831

Map of Jersey, showing all valleys and streams, and newly constructed South Pier and North Pier in St Helier. Drawn and engraved by J Walker for Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of England, 1831.

Reference: L/F/120/A/101b

Date: 1831 - 1831

Map of Jersey and Guernsey showing bays, defences, major roads, churches and seigneuries by John Rapkin c.1845 with vingnettes added by H Winkles and E Radclyffe for John Tallis' illustrated Atlas of 1851. Dimensions - 26cm by 36cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/111a

Date: 1851 - 1851

Map of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark, Herm, Jethou showing bays, sands, rocks and soundings around the Islands with a detail of an east view of Castle Cornet engraved c.1775 by Royce after the 1745 map of Thomas Kitchen. Dimensions - 19cm by 24cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/58a

Date: 1760 - 1760

Map of Jersey, Guernsey, Sark, Alderney and Herm, engraved by William Hughes (1817-1876) and published by G Virtue & Co, the first company to publish maps in colour, c.1868. 27cm by 34cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/115a

Date: 1868 - 1868

Map of Jersey drawn by R Creighton and engraved by J Walker for Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of England, 1831. Showing all the valleys and streams as well as the newly constructed South Pier and North Pier in St Helier. Dimensions - 26cm by 20cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/235a

Date: 1831 - 1831

Map of the British Channel, showing the South of England and Wales and the North of France and Jersey, Guernsey, Herm, Sark and Alderney. Engraved by J & G Menzies for John Thomson's New General Atlas , published in 1814. 69cm by 52cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/98a

Date: 1814 - 1814

Map of Remote British Isles; Scilly Isles, Shetland Isles, Jersey, and Guernsey drawn by J Hubert and engraved by Samuel Neele for John Pinkerton's Modern Atlas. Published 1814. Published by Cadell & Davies, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown. Dimensions 54cm by 75cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/96a

Date: 1814 - 1814

Map of the Channel Islands, Scilly Islands and the Isle of Man, drawn and engraved by John Bartholomew (1805 - 1861) and published by Archibald Fullerton and Company in their New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales, 1845. Dimensions - 55cm by 38cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/239

Date: 1845 - 1845

Plan of St Helier Harbour, Jersey showing the new proposed wet docks and dry docks or repairing establishment and also the proposed timber pond and additions to the quay of the old north pier. Designed by Thomas Gallichan C E 1857. 57cm by 44cm.

Reference: L/F/120/A/112a

Date: 1857 - 1857

Map of Jersey, Guernsey, Herm, Sark and Alderney showing principle towns, bays and surrounding rocks. By Conker/Hogg, 1784. Dimensions - 8cm by 12cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/265

Date: 1784 - 1784

Map of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark, Herm, Jethou showing bays, sands, rocks and soundings around the Islands with a detail of an east view of Castle Cornet engraved c.1775 by Royce after the 1745 map of Thomas Kitchen. Dimensions - 19cm by 24cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/58b

Date: 1760 - 1760

Series of Maps of the Ports of Brittany

Reference: L/F/120/A/267

Date: 1700 - 1700

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