You are here

Small Ads

To advertise on this page contact To respond, contact the advertiser directly.
Adverts posted here will have a shelf-life of one year, after which they will be removed, or can be updated as needed.

Updated 3 June 2023

Having closed his business, a member has the following item of equipment for disposal. He is giving CCS members first refusal before they are consigned to the world via Ebay.
  1. Tamaya Planix 5 digital polar planimeter. In perfect condition in a fitted hard case. List price currently £650. Price to CCS members £300. Item will be despatched by Royal Mail Special Delivery at £10.65.
Photos of the item are available on request. Any interest please contact David Andrews by email, or phone 07986 690034.

A member Jerry is closing the map side of his business, and has large numbers of the following maps to dispose of:
  • 1:25,000 First series (approx. 1,500).
  • 1:25,000 Pathfinders (approx. 500).
  • One-Inch Seventh Series (approx. 500).
  • One inch Popular Edition (approx. 250).
  • Various One inch Scotland maps, including a number of fine condition leather-bound 2nd and 3rd editions.
  • Various One-inch, Old and New Series and Third Edition.
  • A good quantity of One-Inch Tourist maps of all ages and areas.
  • A mix of miscellaneous OS and other folding maps.
  • Finally a number of CSS reference books (Hellyer/Oliver).
Bulk offers only please, all reasonable offers considered. Call Jerry on 01598 763531, or email Jerry directly.

WANTED, One inch 5th Relief map and Half Inch Ministry of Transport maps
I am trying to find the last One inch 5th Relief edition map (red H23.1 cover) needed to complete the set.
The sheet needed is: 108, Chelmsford and Southend
Also the last six sheets of the England & Wales half inch 'Ministry of Transport' maps, with the orange paper bookfold covers (H14.1)
The sheets needed are: 1, 11, 23, 28, 34 and 38
If anyone has any of these sheets in good condition that they are willing to sell, please contact Ashley Lawrence to discuss prices.

FOR SALE, Selection of 1:50,000 maps, One Inch Populars, 6th and 7th Edition Maps
A Member has collected a large number of 1:50,000 and one-inch maps from the family of the late Eric Peel. They were keen that they should be offered to collectors so it's agreed to advertise them on the Society website, together with some additional duplicates. All money raised will be shared between two charities of the family's choice - the Royal Marsden Hospital and The Samaritans.

They are mostly priced between £1 and £1.50 each. A contribution towards postage is requested. The first list is the One Inch Popular maps, 6th editions, 7th editions and some other bits in the list here. Then there are the 1:50,000 maps both 1st edition and Landrangers in this list. Please contact Richard Clark if you are interested in any of the remaining maps. Richard is in Stafford should you want to meet in person instead.

Firstly a selection of maps can be located here

Then the following books are for sale:
Alfred Wainwright books. All in good condition with original sleeves covers.

  • Walks In Limestone Country
  • Pennine Way Companion
  • Book One The Eastern Fells Ninth Impression
  • Book Two The far Eastern Fells Eight Impression
  • Book Three The Central Fells Fourteenth Impression
  • Book Four The Southern Fells Tenth Impression
  • Book Five The Northern Fells Seventh Impression
  • Book Six The North Western Fells Seventh Impression
  • Book Seven The Western Fells Seventh Impression
The English Lake District by MJB Baddeley Sixteenth Edition (no sleeve)

If you are interesting in acquiring one or more of the above , please contact by email Richard Summers with your offer of renumeration for them. If successful, you can then arrange transfer with Richard.

OFFERS REQUESTED, The bookshop of the Society for Lincolnshire History & Archaeology has received:-
Ordnance Survey Maps of the United Kingdom: a description of their scales, characteristics etc (HMSO 1907) 16pp + 13 extracts, 8"x13" sewn in brown paper covers. The most useful section may perhaps be the styles for showing administrative boundaries and names on County Series maps, both the pre-1879 and post-1879 systems. (How many of us can confidently distinguish Liberties from Superintendent Registrars' Districts?) Among the extracts, the most appreciated may be those of Salisbury showing the four styles of the one-inch that were current: a rare opportunity to acquire a Brown-Hills specimen (albeit one printed lithographically).

Any offers by email to the Honorary Secretary will be communicated to the bookshop.

OFFERS REQUESTED, Five lots of folded and flat maps
The Society is helping with the relocation of five lots of maps for the estate of the late Richard Porter. These lots are listed below, with the details held in a PDF from the associated link. Bids are requested for individual lots or the entire collection, which will result in equivalent donations to BCS and CCS jointly in return.

  • Folded OS maps, see list here
  • Directorate of Overseas Surveys (DOS) maps, see list here
  • Land Use maps, see list here
  • Geology maps, see list here
  • Various other maps, see list here
If you are interesting in acquiring one or more of these lots, please contact Seppe Cassettari with your offer of renumeration for them. If successful, you can then arrange transfer with Seppe.

WANTED, Further OS Publication Reports
Rob Pearce is now looking for OS Publication Report data for the period Jan 1945 - Dec 1946. Specifically these are for 1:25,000 (two and a half inch), and 6" scale NG mapping. As previously requested, originals or legible scans are perfectly acceptable to him if you can help further.

He has now sourced all the data he needs for 1:2500 and 1:1250 scale NG sheets, and it turns out this data was first published starting in 1947. The above info is for adding to his online mapping utility mentioned previously. The end result will be a graphic tool covering publication dates for all large and medium scale NG mapping, ie. everything larger than 1-Inch scale.

Small scale mapping such as the 1-inch will not be tackled due to the difficulty in knowing where to draw the line, trying to define which maps adhere to a regular NG layout is a grey area. Contact Rob if you can help.