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MacDonald Gill striking London Underground Map poster, "In the Heat of the Summer", 1922...
The first retail edition of MacDonald Gill's idiosyncratic comic vision of London at the beginning of the First World War...
A unusual imaginary map of the Empire of Typography (Printing), seemingly designed by German illustrator Hermann Hüffert in 1967...
A riotous manuscript chart of the imaginary port of "Alehaven", drawn by a British naval officer based at Port Edgar, c1941-3...
Alphons Woelfle's wonderfully designed imaginary Map of "Bücherland" - The Land of Books - first published in Munich in 1938....
The reduced-size second edition of Bernard Sleigh's famous Fairyland Map, now printed on a single sheet, c1925...
First & larger-sized edition of eccentric Birmingham artist & designer Bernard Sleigh's superb panoramic vision of Fairyland, 1917...
The first edition of eccentric Birmingham artist & designer Bernard Sleigh's panoramic vision of Fairyland, published in late 1917...
"Pocket Map" issued in 1906 by the Chicago postcard publisher, J I Austen Co, offering a comic voyage through the Sea of Matrimony...
Salvation Army leader William Booth's vision of a Utopian new World, from his influential book, "In Darkest England" [1890]...
A scarce separately issued Map of Matrimony, designed and published by London stationer & bookseller George Skaife Beeching, c.188...
Paul Hadol's biting satirical map - Carte de Tendre en 1869 - a critique of Parisian society in the final year of Napoleon III's S...