Maps in the National Archives (Domestic Records Information 72), describes their many map collections of historic interest.
Using The National Archives to search for Maps, Plans and Architectural Drawings (Domestic Records Information 132).
Reproductions of many early large-scale Ordnance Survey maps for many areas are available from Alan Godfrey Maps.
In something approaching reverse chronological order.
Gardiner's Atlas of English History - maps from "A School Atlas of English History" (edited by Samuel Rawson Gardiner, M.A. LL.D. and printed in London by Longmans, Green, and Co. in 1892).
The Landmark Information Group have provided free online 19th Century Ordnance Survey maps linked from an extensive gazetteer. These are at a scale of 1:10,560 (6 inches to the mile) and cover all of Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales). (Maps vary between 1840 and 1890.)
Lewis' (c.1840) maps of England & Wales have been put online by MapCo.
Scans of original maps or etchings can be found at (site now requires a subscription): Your Maps Online.
Deana Fowler has digitised the 1931 Ordnance Survey Map of Roman Britain and has made it available online.
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