The exception is the Ordnance Survey, who always dated their maps as far as I have seen, sometimes with a plethora of revision dates, so they are always easy to date (unless someone has cropped off the margins too closely). 1841 15 North Bridge as well 1842-57 22 Nidry Street & 38 North Bridge, Edinburgh 1857-78 6 & 13 George Street, Edinburgh .
For the remaining publishers who omitted dates, sometimes they did include a date code that can be translated into a year, or at other times all you have is their address to compare against their known address dates.
This section is not specific to Essex maps, but rather applies to all UK antique maps. From 1923 to sometime in 1925 it was Geographia (1923) Ltd.
Whilst most county maps were included within Atlases that had dates on them - on their frontispieces if not on every map - maps published as individual counties or areas within covers frequently have no obvious date on them. Founded in 1911, it has had at least 5 addresses: 1911 .
1909 31 Henrietta Street, London, as well 1878 20 Bernard Terrace, Edinburgh 1924 12 Newington Road, Edinburgh Trading names: 1808-10 Turnball & Gall 1823-24 Hay, Gall & Co 1841-47 James Gall & Son 1847-48 James Gall & Co 1849- Gall & Inglis The M. YY) code in very small print is generally somewhere on the map or in the index of places (eg CD.
It has had at least 3 addresses: 1939 (or earlier) .
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This code can usually be found against the margin at either the top or bottom left-hand corner or sometimes centrally in the bottom margin. Successively coloured by counties, coloured by counties with contours and contoured with layer colours, county boundaries and railways in red.
From 1946 onwards the date of printing was normally shown at the bottom of the map. 1890-1895 Bartholomew's Reduced Ordnance Survey of Scotland.