Drapers" Company and its school of seventeenth century chart-makers. by Anthony W. A. C. Campbell

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London: Francis Edwards and Carta Press, Google ScholarAuthor: Alistair Maeer. Some lesser menTyacke, S. Map-sellers and the London map trade cCampbell, T. The Drapers' Company and its school of seventeenth century chart-makersSmet, A.

de John Dee et sa place dans l'histoire de la cartographieLaor, E. Memoirs of a map-collectorStockwell, R.R.V.

Tooley: an appreciation. Responsibility. Among his publications are The Earliest Printed Maps, (); 'The Drapers' Company and its school of seventeenth century chart-makers' (); and an extended chapter, 'Portolan charts from the late thirteenth century to ', in Volume I of The History of Cartography, edited by J B Harley and David Woodward (Chicago University.

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Memoirs of a map-collectorStockwell, R. Tooley: an appreciation. Other information. English or French. The Drapers’ Company and its school of seventeenth century chart-makers (reprint of the chapter in: Helen Wallis & Sarah Tyacke (eds) My Head is a Map) [] Episodes from the early history of British Admiralty charting [].

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of the Am. Antiquarian Soc., Oct. (I97 I), I. 4 Arthur Henry Johnson, The history of the Worshipful Company of the Drapers of London (5 vols., Oxford, –), II. and III. ; Tony Campbell, “The Drapers’ Company and its school of seventeenth-century chart-makers,” in: Helen Wallis and Sarah Tyacke (eds.), My Head is a Map: essays and memoirs in honour of R.

Tooley. Campbell, Tony. "The Drapers' Company and Its School of Seventeenth Century Chart-Makers." In My Head Is a Map: Essays and Memoirs in Honour of R. Tooley, ed. Helen Wallis and Sarah Tyacke, London: Francis Edwards and Carta Press, "The Woodcut Map Considered as a Physical Object: A New Look at Erhard Etzlaub's Rom Weg.

Investigation, late inof the records of the Drapers Company revealed Nicholas Comberford and Thomas, probably his son, to have been members. Subsequent research has shown that the Company's membership included John Daniell, John Burston, William Hack, and John Thornton among the chart-makers whose signed works are known.

Campbell, Tony, “The Drapers’ Company: And Its School of Seventeenth-Century Chart-Makers” in My Head is a Map: Essays in Honour of R.V. Tooley, edited by Helen Wallis and Sarah Tyacke, London: Francis Edwards and Carta Press,   Throughout the seventeenth century these Thames-side manuscript chart-makers became linked in a master-apprentice relationship in the Drapers' Company.

As an apprentice to John Thornton, Joel Gascoyne acquired the skills of chart-making, engraving and : Katherine Barker. But our best picture of how a chain of master/apprenticeship chartmaking relationships worked in practice, even if from centuries later, can be seen in the Thames (or Drapers') School in 17th-century London (Campbell, - now available online: The Drapers' Company and its school of seventeenth century chart-makers).

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Support. Features. As Nicholas Commerford or Comberford, he was apprenticed to the mapmaker John Daniel in the London Drapers’ Company (coat-of-arms right) school of portolan chart makers. Comberford’s master, Daniel, was the first draper-chart-maker of the Company of Drapers, and Nicholas completed his apprenticeship with him in Share & Embed.

Embed Script. Size (px). Institutionalised by membership in the Drapers’ Company of London, its membership included copyists and cartographers that produced portolan style charts, called platts (often copies of Dutch nautical cartography). The school participated in England's propaganda war over the threat of French fishing fleets to its Newfoundland oceanic plantation.

Other leading members of the Thames School included John Daniel, to whom Nicholas was apprenticed, and Nicholas Comberford’s own apprentice, John Burston.

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The Dutch chart makers in the second half of the seventeenth century also posed problems in this respect and there are occasionally others which it is hoped will not be too distracting.

MERIDIANS Dictionaries define a meridian as a 'circle of constant longitude passing through the terrestrial poles and a given place on the earth's surface 5/5(2). Special thanks to Tony Campbell whom initiated the republishing of this work and for proofreading his article ‘The Drapers’ Company and its school of seventeenth century chart‐makers’, and to Dr Stéphane Blond of the Université d’Evry‐Val d’Essonne for proof‐reading and editing the article ‘John Dee et sa place dans l.

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