Printed map. "By Monsr. D'Anville, first geographer to the most Christian King, with several additions". "12th, May, 1794." Five visual scales. Described in The British Museum Catalogue of Printed Maps, Charts and Plans, volume 14, p. 511.
Printed map. "R. Spofforth Sculp:". Probably from an atlas by Edward Wells, A new sett of maps both of antient and present geography... [Oxford: Printed at the Theatre, 1701]. Visual scale [70 mm=60 English miles approximately]. On verso, handwritten number 31. Donated by Don Measner, August 2004.
Printed map. "Herausgegeben von Iohann Battist Homann, der Röm. Kays. Majest. Geographo in Nürnberg." Visual scale [92 mm=1 "Teutsche Meil."]. Map shows hills, rivers, fields, roads, trees, buildings and fortifications. Includes 2 views: Prospectivische Vorstellung der Dardanellen vor Constantinopel [and] Prospect der türckisch: Haupt und Residentz-Stadt Stambul oder Constantinopel, von Mitternacht anzusehen [this scene shows the various buildings in the city with some of the most important ones identified]. Donated by Don Measner, August 2004.
Engraved panoramic drawing in sepia ink. "Drawn on the spot by Henry Acland, Esqr. Engraved by F.C. Lewis, engraver of drawings to the Queen Victoria." "Published 1st. Octr. 1839...." Direction of view (e.g. S.E., south etc.) indicated above the upper neat line, and physical features or locations are named below the lower neat line. Originally accompanied the book by Henry W. Ackland, The Plains of Troy: Illustrated by a panoramic drawing taken on the spot; and a map constructed after the latest survey (Oxford: James Wyatt and Son, 1839).
Printed map. "The map drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin." "The illustrations by H. Warren, & engraved by J.B. Allen." Visual scale [42 mm=200 miles]. Includes 4 inset vignettes: "The castles of Europe and Asia", [Ostrich], "Jerusalem" and [Four local people outdoors]. "42" written in ink on verso. Probably from Tallis's Illustrated atlas and modern history of the world / edited by R. Montgomery Martin, London; New York: Published by John Tallis and Company, 1851 and subsequent editions with various imprints. Donated by Dr. Walter Peace, December 2016.
Printed map. "By A: K: Johnston F.R.G.S." "Engraved by W. & A.K. Johnston." Four visual scales. In upper right margin, "National atlas -- 23". Probably originally from Johnston's The National Atlas of Historical, Commercial and Political Geography, which was published 1843, 1846 and 1859.
Printed map. "Drawn from the best authorities. By Eman: Bowen, Geogr. to his late Majy." "Engrav'd for the General Magazine of Arts & Sciences; for W. Owen at Temple Bar 1762." Prime meridian: London. Originally published in Benjamin Martin's The General Magazine of Arts and Sciences, 14 volumes (London: Printed for W. Owen, 1755-1765). Acquired as part of the Hodsoll Collection.