OGILBY Strip Map London to Chichester, Bramyard to Aberistwith

A Circa (about) 1939 Double Sided Reproduction Map 3


London to Chichester, Bramyard to Aberistwith

These double sided maps were originally produced in around 1675 by John Ogilby - Presented here is a circa 1939 reproduction - so still very old!

The first side is from:

Bramyard to Aberistwith

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

 Bramyard, Birdenbury, Hockley, Humber, the road to Piddleston, Leominster, to Ludlow, Monkland Church, Kingsland Church, Kingsland, Easterton, Wadels flu (river), Combe, Prestaine, Discoyd ?, Cascop, the forest of Blethuagh,  Miel, Blethuagh Church, the road to Knighton, Ithon, Riadergowy, a house called Mowen Glowth, Brunant, the road to Cardigan, the road to Aberdovy, LLanbadern Vawre, the road to Welshpool, Aberistwith ( Aberystwith )




The second side is from:

London to Arundel, then Chichester 

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

Southwark, Lambeth, St Georges Fields, Kingston, Moredon, Ewell, Nonsuch ?, Ebbesham or Epsum (  Epsom ),  Leatherhead, Mickleham, Darking ( Dorking ), Cold Harbour Hill, Stanstreet, Oakwood Hill, Ridgwick, Buckman Corna, ( Buckman Corner),  Miel, Billingshurst, Newbridge, Mulsey, Pulborow Common ( possibley Pulborough ),   Pulborow, Wickenho ?, Parham Place, Cecil Bishops Park, Amberley, Houghton, Bury, Arundel, Wallerton, Binsted, Slinden, Half Way Tree, Crocker Hill, Tangmere, Goodwood House, Hampnet Place, Chichester.


It measures overall 300 x 240 mm (12 x 9.5 inches) approx. It is in good condition with a little fading around the edges.You must excuse some of the spelling as parts are written in old English. This map would look wonderful mounted (matted) and framed. ( 3,4 ).

Condition Used
Weight 0.225kg