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Eighteenth Century Chart of Guernsey and Alderney by Joseph Ellis

Chanell Islands by Joseph Ellis18th century map of Channel Islands by Ellis
Channel Islands by Ellis - 18th century

Chanell Islands by Joseph Ellis18th century map of Channel Islands by Ellis
Jersey by Ellis - 18th century

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Guernsey, Alderney, Burhou and Sark Chart (Jersey verso), Joseph Ellis, circa 1766.

A Modern MAP ofor CHART of THE ISLANDS OF GUERNSEY SARK etc. Drawn from the latest Surveys Corrected and Improved by the best Authorities. Printed for Carrington Bowles in St. Pauls Churchyard and Robert Sayer in Fleet Street.

Condition: Folding copy, small margins, later hand colour, offsetting on Guernsey side, reinforcing to all folds on Jersey side.

Title: An antique chart of The Channel Islands
Medium: Copperplate engraving. Image Size: 245 x 405mm, 9.75 x 16 " approx.
Order No. 3094 Price: SOLD Paper Size: 260 x 440mm, 10.25 x 17.25" approx.
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Joseph Ellis 18th (fl. 1750-d.1796)

From Clerkenwell in London, a prolific English engraver in the mid - late 18th century. In 1776 he engraved the maps of the Hibernian Atlas together with William Palmer, with whom he also produced a set of English county maps for the New English Atlas.

Works include:
New English Atlas - 1765.
Ellis's English Atlas in Fifty (four) maps -
various editions 1765 - 1785.
Hibernian Atlas - 1776.

Other Works by Joseph Ellis

18th century Nautical Chart of Guernsey, Alderney and Jersey by Joseph Ellis

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