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Added 27 February 2020
1:50,000 1st and 2nd Series Maps available for collection.
A member of the Ramblers Association has around 100 1st and 2nd Series 1:50,000 maps from the 1970s that they want to move on.
They ask only for a donation to charity, and for them to be collected in person rather than be posted out.
If you're interested, please contact Anne Jones via email annejones5544@gmail.com to discuss further and arrange collection.

Added 16 February 2020
Populars, Fifths, Sevenths, Landrangers, Explorers & Barts 100k.
FOR SALE: OS. Pops, Fifths, Sevenths, Land Rangers, Explorers, Barts 100k.
Fellow Members, I have several items for sale in EXCELLENT condition in the above categories.
If you have any please contact me to see the specific maps for sale or your general Wants list:

NEEDS: Pops, Fifths, Sevenths, Land Rangers, Explorors, Barts 100k.
I am looking for anyone who may be able to fill some gaps in my collections above.
If you have any OS maps in excellent condition only in the above series, please get in touch directly to me stating items for sale:

Dr. Iain Taylor (#61)
mapman@hfx.andara.com

Added 20 January 2020
Free to collect from the Bristol area.
I have a large swatch of assorted sheet maps looking for a good home. These are a real mixed bunch, mostly paper but some on cloth and almost all colour and include examples of:
(1) plates from the Atlas of England & Wales such as the Bathy-orographical maps of England and Wales (1:700,000), of the British Isles (1:900,000), Population density maps and Vegetation & Agricultural maps. Not dated but c.1910
(2) GSGS sheets (eg GSGS 2738 of France etc, 1943, GSGS4346 of Budapest, Bari, Rhodes etc 1944)
(3) Sheets from the Philips Large School Maps (England and Wales) 1:375,000
(4) 1” Popular edition Scotland
(5) 1” Land Utilisation maps (Stow on the Wold, Gloucester)
(6) Various 6” and 1:10,000 maps – at least 25 assorted English and Scottish
(7) Various Bartholemew’s ½”
(8) OS ¼” 3rd edition Scotland, Islands
(9) OS Special District (Relief) map Cotswolds 1933
(10) Plus many international maps, eg Papua & New Guinea, Marquesas Islands (c 1899), NEPAL, Nicaragua, South Pole
(11) Geological maps, inc Canada 1”, South Africa, Morocco
Available free to anyone interested but must be collected (near Bristol). Email Nick.Roberts221@gmail.com if you're interested.

Updated 18 June 2019
Map Collection available for nominal donation
Quantity: Approx. 5,000 maps flat sheet.
Condition: Varies from good (flat sheet no rips or folds – many have small rips, or folds from use in teaching.
Details: Collection contains UK Geological maps circa 1950’s – 1960’s, 1” UK OS Maps, Worldwide maps dating back to 1930’s (Canadian military survey, Indian Survey, Greece, Africa, South Asia, France, Sweden, Norway, Holland etc.) UK War Office collection maps,
Location: Manchester Metropolitan University, Cheshire Campus, Crewe. CW1 5DU.
Deadline: Maps would need to be collected from the site before 5th July 2019.
Contact: Antony Tibbetts Email: a.tibbetts@mmu.ac.uk Tel. 0161 247 5343

Updated 13 June 2019
FREE if collected from North Staffordshire or carriage is paid
Land Utilisation Survey of Britain, 1930s. Nicely printed in colour on OS Popular Edition one-inch base maps. A dozen or more copies of each of the following sheets - 10, 13, 17, 20, 21, 25, 27, 51, 55, 60, 69, 74, 83, 91, 92, 94, 137, 140, 145 together with a selection of second series sheets from the 1960s based on the 1:25K provisionals. This collection as a lot, FREE to good home provided it is collected from North Staffordshire or carriage is paid.
For further details email Richard Dean at RD@canalmaps.net

Updated 4 June 2019
FREE TO A GOOD HOME FROM THEIR CURRENT RESIDENCE IN CUMBRIA
One box full, perhaps 2 cubic feet or so, of sets of OS 1 inch and 2½ inch map extracts as used in GCE O level and A level geography examinations during the 1950s-1970s. These were rescued from school geography departments many years ago, but a thinning out of possessions means that they need to be disposed of. There are perhaps 100 or more sets, some with only a few maps but others containing up to fifty copies. Their condition is variable, as is to be expected from sheets used by schoolchildren, but generally adequate to good.
Martin Coombs, martincoombs11@gmail.com Location near Kirkby Lonsdale south-east of Kendal.

Updated 2 May 2019
FOR SALE
I will be holding a stall at the Society’s AGM in Alnwick on May 11th. I have recently sorted my stock of OS military maps, mostly acquired 20-40 years ago and subsequently stored flat in a plan chest. The condition of these maps varies widely from unfolded, pristine to well used. I have too many Popular, War Revision and Second War Revision sheets to take them all to the map market but if you are coming to the AGM and are looking for specific sheets, please let me know and I will reserve them for you without obligation. All will be priced at £1 or £2 each and I can supply map tubes at no extra cost to transport them home.
I also have a stock of final sheets of the 7th Series, most of which are in pristine condition and stored flat, which will be priced at £3 each or less.
Finally I have a large number of spare folded sheets of all states and most ages, mostly from the 3rd edition large sheet series onwards but with a few earlier sheets – too many to bring all to the AGM, so if you are interested in specific sheets or series, please let me know and I can bring them along.
Maps may be posted to members not attending the AGM, subject of course to additional charges for postage at cost.
Please contact me by email at peter.ennor@gmail.com. If you provide your phone number I can call you back, given the limited time available before the AGM.

Updated 23 April 2019
FOR SALE
I have a number of old OS Maps surplus to requirements, of various ages (mainly 1" / 1:50,0000). I am very much a map user, rather than collector, so most are well used, or very well used. However, I am reluctant to bin (recycle them) so I was wondering if it is likely whether any fellow members would be interested. Full list is here: https://www.charlesclosesociety.org/files/HEAPS.pdf William Heaps, william@williamheaps.co.uk