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1590, Cork, Ireland, maker and place of origin unknown.
This is a rather mysterious map, and its origin is still being researched. Despite the caption of "Corcke in Engelland," it is a map of the city of Cork in Ireland. The significance of the picture of the stag and the verses at the bottom is not yet clear.

1627, Kremlenagrad: Castellum Urbis Moskva, maker and place of origin unknown

Possibly from the French edition of Blaeu's Atlas

Date unknown (after 1666), A Plan of the City and Liberties of London after the Dreadful Conflagration in the Year 1666, maker and place of origin unknown.

1676, Bath, England, London, Thomas Guidott.
From A Discourse of Bathe

1794, Plan of the City of Moscow, London, Neele.

1805, Winchester, London, engraved J. Roper from a drawing by G. Cole.
This map, and the four following, were originally intended to be illustrations for the book The Beauties of England and Wales, by John Britton and E.W. Brayley. This 18-volume work was published between 1801 and 1815 by the London firm of Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe. Yale holds several copies of this work, in the British Art Center as well as Sterling Memorial Library.

1807, Northampton, J. Roper, from a drawing by G. Cole.

1808, Oxford, London, engraved J. Roper, from a drawing by G. Cole.

1808, Worcester, London, engraved J. Roper, from a drawing by George Young.

1810, St. Albans, London, engraved J. Roper, from a drawing by G. Cole.

1817, Plan of the Principal Streets and Buildings in the City and Suburbs of Paris. London, Sherwood, Neely, and Jones

1836, Moscow, London, B.R. Davies
"Published under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge"



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