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Wales,   1573  Humphrey Lluyd in Cambriae Typus. The first printed map of Wales

Cambrae Typys (Wales).   1574  Ortelius in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum

Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and South Wales.   1594  Gerard Mercator in Atlas part III

Cambrai Typus.  1602 & 1636  Mercator, Humphrey Lloyd

Cambria sive Wallia.   1609  Gerard Mercator in Jocodus Hondius edition of Atlas Minor

Wales.    1610 John Speed 

Cambria.   1612  Petrus Bertius  Tooley Adams & Co.

Wales. 1612  Michael Drayton in The Polyolbion

Cambria Typus.  1613  Gerard Mercator-Humphrey Lluyd in Hondius' 1613 Latin edition of Mercator's Atlas.     Classical Images

Cambriae Typus Auctore Humfredo Lhuydo Denbigiense Cambrobritanno. 1628 Gerard Mercator,  pub.Henricus Hondius, , French text edition, original colour.
Engraved by Pieter van den Keere for the 1607 edition of the Mercator/Hondius atlas, based on the map of Humphrey Lhuyd of 1568, also used by Ortelius.. 

South Wales  .1646 Jan Jansson  

North and central Wales . 1651 Jan Jansson. Detail from  Lancastria, Cestria, Caernarvan, .... in a German edn of Atlas Minor 

Wales.   1658  Nicholas Sanson

Principatus Walliæ pars Borealis Vulgo North Wales.   ca.1659. Jansson, Johannes.

Wallia Principatus vulgo Wales.   1664  J. Blaeu

Principavte de Galles   1684 Allain Manesson Mallet  www.raremaps.com

Of Wales.   1688  Robert Morden in Geography Rectified or a Description of the World.            

North Wales. 1695  Robert Morden in Camdens Britannia   Robert Ross & Co.

North Wales.   1720  Robert Morden in Camden's Britannia

South Wales. 1720  Robert Morden

South Wales.   1724  Hermann Moll

South Wales. 1742 Thomas Badeslade. pub. W. H. Toms in Chorographica Britanniæ
(High resolution images of the 1st and the extensively revised  3rd states of this atlas)

North Wales. 1742 Thomas Badeslade. pub. W. H. Toms in Chorographica Britanniæ
(High resolution images of the 1st and the extensively revised  3rd states of this atlas)

A New and Accurate map of North Wales. 1766 published in The Universal Magazine
                                                                                                Grace Galleries  

A Modern Map of South Wales.  1766  John Ellis in Ellis's English Atlas
                                                                       
Lindisfarne Prints

A New and Correct Map of North Wales.   1784  Thomas Condor for Walpooles The New British Traveller

North Wales.   1784  Robert Sayer   engr. William Palmer    Beach Antique Maps & Prints

North Wales. 1786  T. Conder in Boswell's ...Antiquities of England and Wales.... pub. Alex Hogg                                 Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps  

South Wales. 1786  T. Conder in Henry Boswell's ...Antiquities of England and Wales.... pub. Alex Hogg                         Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps

South Wales. 1787 & 1809  John Cary (2 different maps)

Wales.  1789   F. von Reilly   Travis Hill Fine Estates 
 

Parts of Denbighshire, Caernarvonshire and Merionethshire.   1794 John Cary

Parts of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire.   1794  John Cary

North Wales.   1803 John Aikin in England Delineated

South Wales.   1803 John Aikin in 
England Delineated

South Wales.  1803  John Aikin in  England Delineated 5th edn   East-West Cartographic

North Wales .  1805   John Cary in the New British Atlas. (first published in Camden's Britannia, 1789.)

South Wales.   1805  John Cary in the New British Atlas. (first published in Camden's Britannia, 1789.)

Wales.   1814  John Luffman

South Wales.   1814  John Cary in Cary's Traveller's Companion   The Old Map Shop

North Wales.   1814  John Cary in Cary's Traveller's Companion   The Old Map Shop

South Wales.   1829  Henry Teesdale in the New British Atlas 

Wales. 1830  Wilhelm von Schlieben in Atlas of Europe

Wales.     1833 Sidney Hall in A New British Atlas     rookesfineart

North Wales. 1836  A. Fullarton  
Grace Galleries

Greenwoods map of West Wales    1833 C.J. Greenwood

South Wales .  1848  J.Pigot & Co.

North Wales.   1848  J.Pigot & Co.

South Wales.   ca. 1850 pub. Charles Knight

North Wales.   ca. 1850 pub. Charles Knight

Wales.   1868, William Harvey. Geographical Fun

South Wales.   ca.1870 W.Hughes

The Counties of North Wales.   1892  George Phillp and Son in Phillips Handy Atlas

North Wales. 1893  W.& A.K. Johnston for Cassell's Gazetteer of Great Britain

North Wales.  1898 (large detailed map.)

South Wales.   1898 (large detailed map.)
 


Welsh County Maps 1718  Thomas Taylor in "The Principality of Wales exactly described"

Isle of Anglesey
Brecknockshire, Radnorshire
Caernarvon Shire
Carmarthenshire
Cardiganshire
Denbigh Shire; Flint Shire
Glamorganshire
Merioneth Shire
Montgomeryshire
Pembrokeshire


Marine Surveys of the Welsh Coast 1748  Lewis Morris

A chart of the coast of Wales in St. George's Channel
A plan of the bay and harbour of Conway in Caernarvon Shire
The entrance of Beaumaris River and Cross Road
Traeth Coch or Red Wharf Bay and harbour in the north of Anglesey
A plan of Dulas Bay and harbour in ye north of Anglesey
Holy Head Bay and harbour in Anglesey
A plan of Malldraeth and Aberffraw creeks and Llanddwyn road in Caernarvon Bay
Caernarvon bar and harbour
Porthdinlleyn and Nevyn in Caernarvonshire
Aberdaron road the south east side of Bardsey Sound in Caernarvon Shire
St. Tudwals road and Keiriad road in Caernarvon Shire
Pwllheli Bay and harbour in Caernarvon Shire
Barmouth Bay and bars in Meirioneth Shire
Aberdovey in Welch Aber Dyfi in Meirioneth Shire
Aberystwyth Bay bar and harbour in Cardigan Shire
Cardigan Bay bar and harbour in Cardigan Shire
Newport Bay and harbour in Pembroke Shire properly Penbroke
Fiscard Bay and harbour in Pembroke Shire
The roads in Ramsey Sound on St. David's Head in Pembroke Shire.
Solvach Bay and harbour in Brides Bay Pembroke Shire
Goldtop road in Brides Bay near Milford Haven in Pembroke Shire
A plan of Milford Haven in the county of Pembroke south Wales
Tenby harbour and road and Caldey roads in Bristol Channel


Marine Surveys of the Welsh Coast 1801  William Morris

Plan of the bays, bars and harbours of Liverpool and Chester
A plan of the bay and harbour of Conway
The entrance of Beaumaris River the sound and Cross Road
Traeth Coch or Red Wharf, bay, bar, and harbour
Dulas Bay and harbour
Amlwch port in the north of Anglesey
Camlyn Bay and harbour and the Coal Rock
Holy Head Bay road and harbour
Malldraeth and Aberffraw creeks and Llanddwyn road in Caernarvon Bay
Caernarvon Bay bar and harbour and Llanddwynwen Road
Porthdinlleyn and Nevyn Bay and harbour
Bardsey Isle, in Welch Ynys Enllif
The north entrance of Bardsey Sound and the roads in Caernarvonshire
Aberdaron Road the south east side of Bardsey sound in Caernarvon Shire
St. Tudwals Road and Keiriad Road
Pwllheli Bay, bar and harbour
Aberdovey Bay, bar and harbour
Aberystwith Bay, bar and harbour in Cardiganshire
Aberaeron and New Key, bay, bar, and harbours
Cardigan, bay, bar and harbour
Newport Bay and harbour
Fiscard Bay and harbour in Pembroke Shire
The roads in Ramsey Sound on St. David's Head in Pembroke Shire
Solvach Bay and harbour in Brides Bay Pembroke Shire
Goldtop Road in St. Bride's Bay near Milford Haven in Pembroke Shire
A plan of Milford Haven in the county of Pembroke, south Wales
Tenby harbour and road and Caldy roads, in the Bristol Channel
Carmarthen, Lougharn and Cydwely, bay, bar, and harbours.
Burry Bay, bar, and harbour. 1 map
Swansea, Neath, Aberafon and the Mumble flats, bay, bars and harbours
A plan of the bay and harbour of Dublin