Chart of the British Channel including the South coast of England and Wales from the Mouth of the Thames to St David's Head with the coast of France from Dunkirk to the River of Nantes and Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney and Sark by Thomas Jeffreys. Published 1794 by Robert Laurie and James Whittle. Dimensions 72cm by 53cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/83

Date: 1794 - 1794

Ordnance survey map of Jersey of c.1930 adapted by the German Forces during the Occupation and republished in 1941

Reference: L/F/120/A/249

Date: 1941 - 1941

Map of Northern France including Normandy and Brittany, Southern England, the English Channel, Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm. Published by Nicolas Jansz Vissche (1649-1702) in c.1700. Dimensions 58cm by 50cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/211

Date: 1700 - 1700

Map of the English Channel including South coast of England, North Coast of France, Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm - shows all seaside towns/cities. Published c.1700. Dimensions 83cm by 63cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/210

Date: 1700 - 1700

Chart of the British Channel and the Bay of Biscay with part of the North Sea and the Channel Islands. Engraved and published in London, 1794, by William Faden (1750-1836) after the 1780 chart by L'Abbe Diquemore and L S de la Rochette. Shows the Naval Battle in the Western Approaches between the French Fleet and the British Fleet commanded by Lord Richard Howe. Dimensions 89cm by 52cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/85

Date: 1794 - 1794

Geometrical Plan of the Town, Fort and Harbour of St Helier showing individual streets and properties. Engraved by C Cobley for Elias Le Gros, 1834. This copy is a re-strike from the original copper plate published by Société Jersiaise in the 1980's. Dimensions 78cm by 95cm. This map is too large for us to reproduce a high quality copy of the whole map but we can produce a high quality image of sections of the map if you wish to contact us.

Reference: L/F/120/A/103

Date: 1834 - 1834

New Chart of the English Channel from the Mouth of the Thames to Ushant and the Scilly Islands shows the north coast of France and the Channel Islands. From the survey of John Stephenson, Master in the Royal Navy. Published in London, 1800 by Robert Laurie and James Whittle. Dimensions 108cm by 51cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/89

Date: 1800 - 1800

Map of Jersey by Hugh Godfray published in two sheets in 1849, after a survey by Elias Le Gros, engraved by James Welland. Showing parish boundaries, vingtaine boundaries, roads, lanes and every house (except in built up areas) with the proprietor's name. Dimensions - 149cm by 106cm. This map is too large for us to reproduce a high quality copy of the whole map but we can produce a high quality image of sections of the map if you wish to contact us.

Reference: L/F/120/A/107

Date: 1849 - 1849

Chart of the Channel between England and France including the Channel Islands with tidal observations by Dr Edmund Halley (1656-1742). Showing sounds, shoals, depths of water and anchorage. With insets of the Isle of Wight and Plymouth Sound. Published by Thomas Page and Richard Mount in London c.1700. Dimensions - 100cm by 63cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/209

Date: 1700 - 1700

Map of Normandy showing Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm. Published in Paris, 1695, by Alexis-Hubert Jaillot (1632-1712). Dimensions - 94cm by 62cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/31

Date: 1695 - 1695

Map of the Cherbourg Peninsula, Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm engraved by Nicolas de Fer (1646-1720) for his Les Costes de France published by P Mortier, 1690. Dimensions - 35cm by 25cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/25

Date: 1690 - 1690

Map of the Cherbourg Peninsula, Jersey, the Minquiers, and the Chausey Islands from the surveys of 1829-1838, published with corrections in 1912 by the Depot General de la Marin. Showing soundings and rocks. Dimensions - 75cm by 105cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/120

Date: 1912 - 1912

Chart of the English Channel including the South of England, North of France and Channel Islands for the service of the navy. Published in Paris, 1692 by Gullaume Sanson (d.1703) and Hubert Jaillot (1632-1712). Dimensions 95cm by 62cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/27

Date: 1692 - 1692

Vineyards of the United Kingdom showing La Mare in Jersey. Dimensions - 55cm by 40cm - not dated

Reference: L/F/120/A/124

Date: 1990 - 2000

Map of Jersey and Sark from the Cote du Nord du France from the survey of 1905 published with corrections in 1935 by the Depot General de la Marin. Showing soundings and rocks. Dimensions - 75cm by 105cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/119

Date: 1935 - 1935

Map of Jersey, Guernsey, Sark, Alderney and Herm, and the Cherbourg Peninsula. Engraved by Jahannes van Doetichum (1592-1630) for the first printed marine atlas entitled De Spieghel de Zeevaert published by Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer (1533-1606) in 1584/5. 57cm by 37cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/1a

Date: 1584 - 1585

Plan of the proposed Jersey Eastern Railway prepared for the Jersey Eastern Railway Company Limited, 1871. Shows the proposed route from St Helier to St Catherine's Breakwater. Dimensions - 37cm by 59cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/116

Date: 1871 - 1871

Map of Jersey, surveyed by Staff Commander J Richards R N, 1867. Large scale chart of the Jersey in three parts including major roads, railways, churches, bays, soundings and rocks. This copy published in 1895 and includes features built between 1867 and 1895.

Reference: L/F/120/A/114

Date: 1895 - 1895

Map of the English Channel showing the coast of England and Ireland, the Channel Islands, the North Coast of France, and soundings. Coastal towns are highlighted. From various surveys including those of Captain M White and M. Beautemps Beaupre. Published by the Admiralty, 1844. Dimensions - 98cm by 66cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/238

Date: 1844 - 1844

Map of Jersey, Guernsey, Sark, Herm, Holy Island and Farne Island, after John Speed published c 1650 by Jan Jansson (1596-1664) 62cm by 52cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/14a

Date: 1650 - 1650

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