Antique Maps by Joseph Ellis (1793)

Jospeh Ellis was an English engraver, active in London during the second half of the 18th century. In 1764 he published The new English Atlas; being the completest sett of modern maps of England and Wales.
  • 1764 - Joseph Ellis

    Joseph Ellis:  A Modern Map Of Leicestershire, Drawn From The Latest Surveys

    J. Ellis, London, 1764-68

    Engraved map of Leicestershire by Joseph Ellis from New English Atlas . Showing the county with important streets and towns. To the lower right a decorative title cartouche.

    A Modern Map Of Leicestershire, Drawn From The Latest Surveys
    11871

    Old coloured map of Leicestershire, England. Printed in London by J. Ellis in 1764.

    50,00 €
  • 1764 - Joseph Ellis

    Joseph Ellis:  Rutlandshire, Divided into its Hundreds...

    J. Ellis, London, 1764-68

    Engraved map of Rutland by Joseph Ellis from New English Atlas . Showing the county with important streets and towns. To the lower right a decorative title cartouche.

    Rutlandshire, Divided into its Hundreds...
    11872

    Old coloured map of Rutland, England. Printed in London by J. Ellis in 1764.

    50,00 €
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