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England William Smith Reproductions

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1

Publisher

Smith, William

Description

South Central England
Extract of A Delineation of the Strata of England and Wales, with part of Scotland, 1815. Covers from Cardiff to London, and from Birmingham to the South Coast. Reproduction. Slight reduction of original scale. Published by the National Museum of Wales, 1975. Shows legend and title cartouche. Flat, age toned, clean and in very good condition. £18
Another with small coffee stain in upper left margin just into map area. £12

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2

Publisher

Smith, William

Description

Gloucestershire
A Geological Map of Gloucestershire, 1819. Reproduction. Scale 1: 221,760 (1 inch = 3.5 miles). 64 x 54.5cm (25 x 21.25 in). Flat cream coloured cartridge paper with clear plate marks. Publ. by British Museum (Natural History), 1975. Clean, bright and in very good condition. £18

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3

Publisher

Smith, William

Description

Buckinghamshire
A Geological Map of Buckinghamshire, 1820. Reproduction. Scale 1: 221,760 (1 inch = 3.5 miles). 64 x 54.5cm (25 x 21.25 in). Flat cream coloured cartridge paper with clear plate marks. Publ. by British Museum (Natural History), 1975. Clean, bright and in very good condition.
£18

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4

Publisher

Smith, William

Description

Oxfordshire
A Geological Map of Oxfordshire, 1820. Reproduction. Scale 1: 221,760 (1 inch = 3.5 miles). 64 x 54.5cm (25 x 21.25 in). Flat cream coloured cartridge paper with clear plate marks. Publ by British Museum (Natural History), 1975. Clean, bright and in very good condition.
£18

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5

Publisher

Smith, William

Description

Kent
A Geological Map of Kent, 1819. Reproduction. Scale 1: 221,760 (1 inch = 3.5 miles). 58.5 x 70.5cm (23 x 27.75 in). Flat cream coloured paper. Clean, bright and in very good condition.
£12

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No.

6

Publisher

Smith, William

Description

Gloucestershire
A Geological Map of Gloucestershire, 1819. Reproduction. Size reduction to 54 x 50cm (21.25 x 19.75 in). Flat white paper. Publ. by NERC/British Geological Survey, 1993. Clean, bright and in very good condition.
£7

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No.

7

Publisher

Smith, William

Description

Oxfordshire
A Geological Map of Oxfordshire, 1820. Reproduction. Size reduction to 54 x 50cm (21.25 x 19.75 in). Flat white paper. Publ. by NERC/British Geological Survey, 1993. Clean, bright and in very good condition.
£7

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No.

8

Publisher

Smith, William

Description

Oxfordshire
A Geological Map of Oxfordshire, 1819. Reproduction. Size reduction to 50 x 54cm (19.75 x 21.25 in). Flat white paper. Publ. by NERC/British Geological Survey, 1993. Clean, bright and in very good condition.
£7

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No.

9

Publisher

Smith, William

Description

Durham
A Geological Map of Durham, 1824. Reproduction. Size reduction to 50 x 54cm (19.75 x 21.25 in). Flat white paper. Publ. by NERC/British Geological Survey, 1993. Clean, bright and in very good condition.
£7

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No.

10

Publisher

Smith, William

Description

England & Wales
A New Geological Map of England and Wales, with the Inland Navigations exhibiting the Districts of Coal and Other Sites of Mineral Tonnage, 1820. Reproduction. Scale 1:950,400 (1 inch = 15 miles) 81 x 68cm (32 x 27.25 in.). Publ. by NERC/British Geological Survey, no date. Clean, bright and in very good condition.
£7

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11

Publisher

Smith, William

Description

sections
The History of Geology, William Smith’s Cross Sections, 1819. Poster reproducing at approx. 66% reduction of seven sections. 122 x 76.5cm, (48 x 30 in. Publ. jointly by American Association of Petroleum Geologists and the Geological Society of London, 1995. Clean, bright and in very good condition. Together with an explanatory off-print, “Strata Smith” and his Stratigraphic Corss Sections, 1819; a review of facts worth knowing about the origin of stratigraphic geology in the mind of William smith (1769-1839), an English country surveyor and civil engineer by John Fuller. The sections are through: Norfolk, Suffolk, Hampshire and Wiltshire, Essex and Hertfordshire, London to Cambridge, Surrey and Sussex, Dorset and Somerset.
£9

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