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The first Ordnance Survey one-inch map was published in 1801. Starting in the south of England, sheets for the whole of England and Wales were available by the early 1870s, and were frequently revised and updated.

Now known as the Old Series, the David and Charles reprints offered here are late states, useful for showing the expansion of railways and major towns in the nineteenth century.

Each folded black and white map is roughly 2′ by 3′ when open, and has an introductory essay by Brian Harley describing how the map developed. 

We have copies of the following maps folded in covers, in good condition. All are £7.50 each post free.

Please contact us with your requirements.

1 Berwick

2 Wooler

4 Carlisle

7 Cockermouth (Maryport, Whitehaven, North Lake District)

8 Appleby (Penrith)

14 Scarborough and Whitby

15 Lancaster (Blackpool, Barrow in Furness)

20 Bolton (Preston, Blackburn, Salford)

21 Huddersfield (Manchester, Oldham), no cover, V.G., £6.50.

24 Holyhead and Bangor (Caernarvon)

26 Northwich (West Liverpool, Warrington, Chester)

28 Chesterfield (Sheffield)

31 Harlech and Bardsey Island

41 Shrewsbury

42 Lichfield (Birmingham and the Black country)

47 Great Yarmouth and Dunwich (Lowestoft)

51 Worcester (Stratford upon Avon)

52 Daventry (Warwick, Coventry)

58 Brecon

61 Banbury (Buckingham)

62 Woburn (Aylesbury)

64 Colchester (Ipswich)

70 Oxford (Reading)

72 Brentwood (East London)

74 Barnstaple (part of Exmoor) and Lundy Island

78 Basingstoke (newbury)

79 Dorking (Kingston upon Thames)

82 Bideford

83 Tiverton (Taunton)

85 Salisbury (part of the New Forest)

89 Camelford and Hartland Point

90 Tavistock (Dartmoor)

91 Exeter and Dartmouth (Torquay)

92 Dorchester (Portland)

94 Isle of Wight

95 Penzance

96 Truro and Lizard Head

97 Plymouth