Maps of Anglesey for Sale


The maps below are ones from my collection that I am selling. These are all original 19th century engravings (except where otherwise noted). They are all in good condition, have been newly mounted in protective mounts and enclosed in transparent sealed bags (see photo to the right).

Maps can be purchased with credit/debit card or by PayPal. Just click the Buy Now button next to the map image to go to the purchase page.

Gweirydd ap Rhys, 1872

This map comes from the book Hanes y Brytaniaid a'r Cymry (History of the Britons and the Welsh), by Robert John Pryse (also known as Gweirydd ap Rhys), published by William Mackenzie. The basic map is that done by R. Creighton for A Topographical Dictionary of Wales, but has had the new railways overlaid on it (although somewhat inaccurately!). Overall dimensions (including mount) 35.5cm x 28cm.

Anglesey Map

Price: £40 Buy now

Bowen (1720), photographic reproduction

This is a modern photographic reproduction of a map, engraved by Emanuel Bowen and published in 1720 in John Owen's Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improved. This was a road atlas of England and Wales produced at pocket-size to be convenient to carry for travellers. You can read more about this map here.

This is just the print, with no mount, and shipped rolled in a cardboard tube. Overall dimensions 25.4cm x 38.1cm.


Price: £20 Buy now



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Last modified 22 March, 2021