An accurate survey and measurement of the Island of Jersey. Surveyed by order of His Grace the Duke of Richmond, Master General of the Ordnance. Engraved by John Warner in 1795. Dimensions - 86cm by 92cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/86

Date: 1795 - 1795

An accurate survey and measurement of the Island of Jersey. Surveyed by order of His Grace the Duke of Richmond, Master General of the Ordnance. Engraved by John Warner in 1795. Dimensions - 140cm by 90cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/87

Date: 1795 - 1795

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

Reference: L/F/120/A/107a

Date: 1849 - 1849

Map of the English Channel showing the Channel Islands, Northern France and Southern England and soundings from the 1840 - 1841 surveys by Lesaulmier de Vauhello. Published by M. Beautemps Beaupre in 1846. Dimensions - 94cm by 36cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/220

Date: 1846 - 1846

Chart of the South West part of the Island of Jersey showing the dangers between Cape Crosnez [Grosnez] the north west point of the Island and La Motte, including the bay of St Aubins and the Harbour of St Helier. Dedicated to the Commodores, Vice Commodores and members of Yacht Clubs in the United Kingdom by John Hay, Lieutenant, Royal Navy. Dimensions 55cm by 70cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/257

Date: 1849 - 1849

Plan of St Helier showing the different vingtaines, street names, prominent buildings, the railway lines and depots and St Helier Harbour. Published by J T Bigwood, States Printer, Broad Street and Bath Street, Jersey. Dimensions - 86cm by 71cm - not dated

Reference: L/F/120/A/258

Date: 1930 - 1950

Map of Jersey from the Island Development Committee. Published by the States of Jersey in 1986, based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1981.

Reference: L/F/120/A/254

Date: 1986 - 1986

Map of Jersey drawn from the survey of Philip Dumaresq, Seigneur of Samares in 1694 engraved by J Cary showing, vingtaines, number of inhabitants of each vingtaine, parishes, bays, rocks. Dimensions - 43cm by 31cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/259

Date: 1789 - 1789

Map of the Department de la Manche including Jersey and Alderney taken from the Atlas of Xavier Girard. Dimensions 13cm by 19cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/260

Date: 1820 - 1820

Copy of Popynjay's Map of Jersey showing churches, bays and castles. Dimensions 80cm by 55cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/261

Date: 1563 - 1563

Map of Normandy, includes Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark, Herm and Jethou engraved by G Zuliani and published by Antonio Zatta in Venice 1777. Dimensions - 43cm by 33cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/224a

Date: 1777 - 1777

Map of Jersey, Guernsey, Holy Island and Farne Island showing parishes, churches and bays engraved in Amsterdam by Jodacus Hondius (1563-1611) for John Speed's Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain. This edition was published between 1612-1616 by John Sudbury and George Humble. Includes printed text on the reverse. Dimensions 53cm by 40cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/5a

Date: 1612 - 1616

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/14b

Date: 1650 - 1650

Map of Normandy with an inset of Jersey, Guernsey, Sark, Alderney and Herm. Published in 1751 by Gilles Robert de Vaugondy (1686-1786) Geographer to the King of France. 72cm by 56cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/218a

Date: 1751 - 1751

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

Reference: L/F/120/A/103a

Date: 1834 - 1834

Map of Brittany, Normandy, Le Mans and Jersey and Guernsey by Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598) One of the first maps to show the Channel Islands orientated east. 57cm by 45cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/4a

Date: 1594 - 1594

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/14c

Date: 1650 - 1650

Map of Jersey, Guernsey, Sark, Alderney and Herm, the Channel between England and France with tidal observations by Doctor Edmund Halley (1656-1742). With insets of the Isle of Wight and Plymouth Sound. Published by Thomas Page and Richard Mount in London c.1700. Dimensions 101cm by 23cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/37a

Date: 1700 - 1700

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/27a

Date: 1692 - 1692

Map of Jersey showing bays, churches, vingtaines, and reefs published 1757 by Jacques Nicolas Bellin (1703 - 1772), after the survey of 1755 by Captain Clement Lempriere - modern colour reproduction. Dimensions - 48cm by 36cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/223a

Date: 1757 - 1757

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