Nouveau Theatre de le Grande Bretagne..., 3 vol., Atlas and Supplement together in 4 vol., titles in red and black, all but the Supplement with engraved royal arms, 355 engraved plates on 339 sheets by Johannes Kip after Kip, Leonard Knyff and others (complete as listed), most double-page and/or folding including prospects of London, Cambridge, Oxford, Westminster, St.Paul's and Edinburgh, and large folding plates of royal hospitals of Chelsea & Greenwich, and St.James's, Kensington, Windsor & Hampton Court palaces, the Eddystone lighthouse and extensive royal genealogical table, as well as Kip's magnificent bird's eye views of country houses, and 41 engraved maps in fine full original colouring on 40 double-page sheets, all text & plates mounted on stubs, plates in vol.1 part 1 trimmed and mounted (see below), titles lightly soiled, a few plates with light browning or small stains (see below) but generally very clean and bright, engraved bookplate of Bibliotheca Blomiana on front pastedowns, contemporary sprinkled or mottled sheep, spines gilt, all but supplement with red morocco labels, a little worn, splits to joints, spine ends worn or slightly defective, vol.3 with stains to upper cover, [Berlin Kat. 2328], folio, vol.1-3 David Mortier, 1715-16-13-15-14 and Supplement J.Groenewegen & N.Prevost, 1728. *** Magnificent work depicting England's great country houses and estates, as well as the views of naval towns, royal palaces, panoramas etc. This set also includes the atlas of English counties, often missing. Vol.1 ...Description exacte des Palais du Roy, et des Maisons les plus considerables des Seigneurs & des Gentilshommes..., 2 parts in 1 vol., David Mortier, 1715-16, Part 1 with 79 engraved plates including plate 24* of Hatfield House, all trimmed close to edge of image and mounted on larger sheets, a few very lightly browned, text cut and mounted within larger sheets; Part 2 with 64 engraved plates, views very clean with wide margins; plate 25 Hatherop, short tear to lower margin Vol.2 ...Description exacte des Villes, Eglises, Cathedrales, Hopitaux, Ports de Mer..., David Mortier, 1713, 67 engraved plates on 58 sheets including several large folding views and genealogical table; plate 29 Litchfield, foxed, some other plates of cathedrals lightly browned Vol.3 ...Description exacte des Villes, Eglises, Cathedrales, Hopitaux, Ports de Mer..., David Mortier, 1715, with 61 engraved plates on 53 sheets; plate 13 prospect of St. Paul's, creased at edges; plate 37 Bedlam, creased at centre Atlas Anglois, ou Description Generale de l'Angleterre, contenant une Description Geographique..., David Mortier, 1714, with 41 hand-coloured engraved maps on 40 double-page sheets, general map by De Wit, county maps by Jansson, most with the imprint of Schenk and Valk; plate 1 England & Wales, tear to inner edge repaired; plate 35 Denbigh & Flint, slight staining; plate 36 Yorkshire, browned Supplement...avec les Plans de plusieurs Villes, Abbayes, & Eglises Cathedrales de'Ecosse, J.Groenewegen & N.Prevost, 1728, with 84 engraved plates on 85 sheets including large plate of Eddystone lighthouse in 2 parts (one bound out of order, at end), 51 single and 34 double-page; plate 76 Dunfermline Abbey, small rust-hole; plate 83 Lauder Castle, small stain; plate 84 emblematic plate on death of Charles I, small stain to lower margin The Bibliotheca Blomiana was the library of Wolff, Graf von Blome, of Schloss Salzau, Holstein.