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Date
Event
Contact
Regular
The Oxford Seminars in Cartography [TOSCA].
Meetings are held at:
The School of Geography
Mansfield Road
Oxford
Nick Millea (Bodleian Library, Map Section) 
Tel: 01865-277013 
Fax: 01865-277139
nam@bodley.ox.ac.uk
Regular
Warburg Lectures: Maps And Society - Lectures in the history of cartography.
Convened by Tony Campbell (Map Library, British Library) and Catherine Delano Smith (Institute of Historical Research, London). Held at:
The Warburg Institute 
University of London
Woburn Square
London WC1H OAB
Admission is free. All are welcome. Meeting are followed by refreshments
Tony Campbell (Map Library, British Library)
0171 412 7525
January
28th
Sotheby's London
Printed Books & Maps
Catherine Slowther
Tel: 0171 293 5291
January
28th
5pm
Warburg Lecture (see above)
Professor Michael Jones (Department of History, University of Nottingham) ‘The English and Brittany in the late sixteenth century: the map evidence.'
Tony Campbell (Map Library, British Library) 
0171 412 7525
February
6th-7th
Miami International Map Fair
Historical Museum of Southern Florida
101 West Flagler Street
Miami,
FL 33130
USA
Marcia Kanner, Map Fair Co-ordinator 
Tel: (305)-375-1492 
Fax: (305)-375-1609
February
12th-14th
32nd California International Antiquarian Book Fair
Concourse Exhibition Center, 635 Eighth Street at Brannan, San Francisco
Friday: 3-9pm; Saturday 11am - 7pm; Sunday 11am - 5pm.
Admission: Preview $10 (valid for three days); regular $ 5.
Winslow & Associates
Tel: (415)-551-5190
Fax: (415)-551-5195
www.sanfranciscobook fair.com
Febuary
25th
5pm
Warburg Lecture (as above)
Dr. Jeffrey Stone (Department of Geography, University of Aberdeen) ‘Imperialism, Colonialism and Cartography in Africa.’
Tony Campbell (Map Library, British Library) 
0171 412 7525
March
11th
Sotheby's London
Important Atlases & Cosmographies
Catherine Slowther
Tel: 0171 293 5291
March
18th
5pm
Warburg Lecture (as above)
Professor Martha Pollak (Department of Art History, University of Illinois) ‘Military Strategy And City Plans In The Seventeenth Century.’
Tony Campbell (Map Library, British Library) 
0171 412 7525
April
27-28th
Sotheby's London
Printed Books & Maps
Catherine Slowther
Tel: 0171 293 5291
April
29th
5pm
Warburg Lecture (as above)
Ralph Ehrenberg (formerly Map Division, Library of Congress) ‘Airways: the Early Development of Aviation Cartography in the United States of America.'
Tony Campbell (Map Library, British Library) 
0171 412 7525
May
6th
Oxford Seminars in Cartography (as above)
Rose Mitchell (Public Record Office) ‘Contention the Mother of Invention: early maps of England in the Public Record Office
Nick Millea (Bodleian Library, Map Section)
Tel: 01865-277013 
Fax: 01865 277139
nam@bodley.ox.ac.uk
May
31st
IMCoS Nineteenth International Map Fair
Commonwealth Conference & Events Centre
Kensington High Street
London W8
11.00 - 17.30 (IMCoS Members 10.30)
Harry Pearce 
Tel: 44(0) 181 769 5041
Fax: 44(0) 181 677 5417
June
3rd
5pm
Warburg Lecture (as above)
Professor Lena Cowen Orlin (Department of English, University of Maryland) ‘Reading Ralph Treswell’s Maps: Property Disputes in Tudor and Stuart London.
Tony Campbell (Map Library, British Library) 
0171 412 7525
June
7th
Sotheby's London
Travel, Atlases & Natural History
Catherine Slowther
Tel: 0171 293 5291
July
8th
Sotheby's London
Printed Books & Maps
Catherine Slowther
Tel: 0171 293 5291
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Catalogues Received
Richard B Arkway Inc.
Catalogue XLIX Maps Of America And Of The World
36pp; 68 items, 66 numbered, all illustrated, 2 in colour. 
The two colour illustrations depict the ‘Ratzen Plan’ a very detailed plan of lower Manhattan and Thomas Jefferys’ ‘Map Of The Most Inhabited Parts Of New England, both published for use in the Revolutionary War, both in strong, bright original hand colour.
The Map House
50 Rare And Important Maps Of The New World
52pp, 50 items, all  illustrated, unpriced
Items range from a 1503 map of the world to a National Geographical Society Map Cabinet, presented by the Society to Vice Admiral Sir John Edgell, Hydrographer of the Royal Navy, in April 1945.  The cabinet contains 19 maps stored on spring-loaded rollers, each with a corresponding index pamphlet, mounted in pockets inside the front cover.
Martayan Lan
Recent Acquisitions
4pp; brief listing, referring to 84 items, unpriced; 4 colour illustrations
Includes a rare-wall map of the Americas, published by Covens and Mortier (illustrated).
Jonathan Potter Ltd
Choice Items From Stock - 16
32pp; 279 items, 51 illustrations, 6 in colour, arranged by region
Highlights are a section  of mapsellers’ advertisements and portraits, including stock-lists issued by Pierre Moullart-Sanson (dated 1724), and by Nicolas de Fer (although actually issued by his successor, Guillaume Danet, after 1723), listing folio maps, wall-maps and books and atlases.
Tooley Adams & Co
Stock Lists October 1998. 
  • South-West England 7pp, 137 items, 7 illus.
  • South-Central England 6pp, 84 items, 8 illus.
  • South-East England 6pp, 84 items, 8 illus.
  • West-Central England 7pp, 122 items, 10 illus.
  • East-Anglia 7pp, 109 items, 8 illus.
  • North-West England 7pp, 117 items, 8 illus.
  • North-Central England 10pp, 171 items, 9 illus.
  • North-East England 8pp, 143 items, 10 illus.
  • Photocopied lists of English county maps, some with Ogilby road maps
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