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London, 1816. Copper engraving, sheet size 54 x 95 cm, original hand colour, dissected into 20 panels and laid on linen, minor wear, lacks slip-case. Includes the whole of Hyde Park and the newly planned Regent’s Park in the west, extending as far south as Camberwell, and with good detail of the Isle of Dogs in the east. Waterloo… Read more
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London, 1802. Third edition, four engraved map-sheets, each 52 x 62.5 cm (total area 104 x 125 cm), title in oval on a rectangular tablet, top left; fine original hand colour, dissected into 64 panels in total and laid on linen, trivial wear to fold intersections of southwestern sheet, publisher’s label on verso of each sheet; contained within a… Read more
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Wallis's Guide For Strangers Through London

by Wallis, Edward:

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Bryars and Bryars
Published
1833
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London, 1833. Engraved folding plan of London, 55 x 72 cm, dissected into 28 panels and laid on brown linen, original hand colour, a trifle dusty, slight wear, lacks slipcase. The alphabetical list of streets beneath corresponds with a lettered grid on the map. First published in 1824, revised and updated editions were issued until 1843. Wallis inherited his… Read more
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Survey of the country around London to the distance of thirty two miles from St Paul’s.

by Laurie, Richard Holmes; Lingard, John:

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Bryars and Bryars
Published
c. 1841
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London, c. 1841. Copper engraved folding map of London and environs, 87 x 83 cm, engraved by Alexander Findlay, original hand colour, dissected into 24 panels and laid on linen, somewhat stained on the verso, and folding into original cloth slipcase with publisher’s printed label, somewhat worn. The map extends between Ware and Chatham, Bray and Dorking. The concentric… Read more
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Particulars, with Plans, Key Plan and Conditions of Sale of the Hoxton Estate

by Knight, Frank and Rutley:

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Bryars and Bryars
Published
1917
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London, 1917. 8vo auction catalogue, pp. viii, 105, disbound, with set of 4 folding plans (sheet sizes 76 x 97.5 cm; 87 x 57 cm; 87.5 x 67.5 cm; 79 x 57 cm), lithographed by Martin, Hood & Larkin, based on othe Ordnance Survey and divided into lots. The Hoxton estate passed by marriage from the Pitfield to the… Read more
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Environs of London

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Bryars and Bryars
Published
1832
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London: Baldwin & Cradock, 1832. Steel engraving, approx 34 x 41 cm, original hand colour, numbered in an old hand, margins trimmed a little close, blank verso. The circle around the built-up area markes the extent of the delivery of the twopenny post; prior to the 1839 Postage Act, post was charged for according to the number of sheets… Read more
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Leigh’s New Plan of London

by Leigh, Samuel:

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Bryars and Bryars
Published
1819
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London, 1819. Copper engraving, 46.5 x 57.5 cm, engraved by Sidney Hall, black and white, old folds, closed tear and one or two repairs to folds, blank verso. John Rennie’s Waterloo and Southwark Bridges (opened 1817 and 1819) are both shown, as is an ‘intended north road’ across Finsbury Fields. First published in 1818, the scale, top left on… Read more
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The South East Prospect of Westminster Bridge

by Maitland, William:

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Bryars and Bryars
Published
c. 1756
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£507.12

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London, c. 1756. Copper engraving, 39.5 x 57 cm, engraved by Benjamin Cole after Antonio Canaletto’s painting of the Lord Mayor’s Procession on the Thames, black and white, blank verso. Published in the greatly expanded second edition of Maitland’s ‘History of London’. Lettered below the image, a key from A-R identifies landmarks on the banks and the individual barges… Read more
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St Paul’s from Ludgate Hill

by Shotter Boys, Thomas:

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Bryars and Bryars
Published
1842
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London, 1842. Aquatint, 43.5 x 31 cm, later (but not recent) hand colour, blank verso; removed from an old frame with the line of the mount still visible in the margins, and some old glue residue showing through. ‘London as it is’ was printed for Boys by the pioneering lithographer Charles Hullmandel in two distinct versions: ours was originally… Read more
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Paris, chez Daumont rue St. Martin, c. 1775. Copper engraved vue d’optique of St Mary’s in the Strand, 25 x 42 cm, original hand colour, a couple of short creases and light marginal soiling, blank verso. Jean François Daumont (fl. 1740-1775) was a well established publisher of perspective views and other popular prints, as well as wallpaper and… Read more
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£316.95
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Southampton or Bloomsbury Square

by Stow, John:

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Bryars and Bryars
Published
1754
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London, 1754. Copper engraving, 34.5 x 46.5 cm, black and white, engraved by Sutton Nicholls, title on swallow-tailed banderole in the sky, slight toning, blank verso. Published in the expanded version of Strype’s edition of Stow’s Survey, issued as a part-work 1754-56. This bird’e eye view had previously appeared in John Bowles’ ‘London Described’ in 1731 (see Adams 29/21)… Read more
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Amsterdam, 1754. Copper engraving 18 x 43 cm, engraved by C. Philips after Antonio Canaletto’s painting of the Thames from the terrace of Somerset House looking towards St. Paul's, black and white, blank verso; published in the British Isles volume of Thomas Salmon’s ‘Hedendaagsche Historie, of tegenwoordige staat van alle volkeren’, loosely translated as ‘Contemporary History, or present state… Read more
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£412.04
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London, c. 1760. Copper engraving, 22 x 35 cm, engraved by George Vertue, black and white, blank verso. Published in editions of Maitland's 'History of London’ from 1738 onwards; the pagination of our example suggests that it appeared in one of the later issues. The scrolls on either side list 23 forts, numbered on the map, linked by 18… Read more
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London, 1756. Copper engraving, 22.5 x 33 cm, black and white, trivial spotting, blank verso. Showing the extent of the destruction caused by the Great Fire of London in 1666, our map was derived from Wencelsaus Hollar’s near contemporary version and was first published in the expanded second edition of William Maitland’s History of London. ‘Remarkable places’ and churches… Read more
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£443.73
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London, 1756. Copper engraving, 36.5 x 47 cms, engraved by Benjamin Cole, black and white, slight offsetting, blank verso; published in the greatly expanded second edition of Maitland’s History of London. Significant buildings, such as St Paul’s, represented pictorially on the map; the River Fleet is labelled both ‘The New Canall’ and ‘Fleet Ditch’; with the arms of contemporary… Read more
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£285.26
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London, c. 1756. Copper engraving, 20.5 x 34.5 cm, engraved by Benjamin Cole, black and white, blank verso; published in the greatly expanded second edition of Maitland’s History of London. Evelyn, Wren and Hooke were among the architects and draughtsmen who submitted masterplans for a wholesale rebuilding of London after the Great Fire, proposing variations on a grid plan,… Read more
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£126.78
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Cheap Ward with its Divisions into Parishes according to a New Survey

by Maitland, William:

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Bryars and Bryars
Published
1756
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London, 1756. Copper engraving, 36.5 x 47 cms, engraved by Benjamin Cole, centrefold and addtional vertical crease, modern hand-colour, blank verso; published in the greatly expanded second edition of Maitland’s History of London. Significant buildings, such as Grocer’s Hall, represented pictorially on the map; views include Guildhall Chapel; with the arms of Aldermen Samuel Fludyer. Hyde, Ward Maps, 53.… Read more
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Cheap Ward with its divisions into Parishes according to a new survey

by Maitland, William:

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Bryars and Bryars
Published
1756
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London, 1756. Copper engraving, 36.5 x 47 cms, engraved by Benjamin Cole, black and white, blank verso; published in the greatly expanded second edition of Maitland’s History of London. Significant buildings, such as Guildhall, represented pictorially on the map; views of Guildhall Chapel, Grocers’ Hall etc, and with the arms of contemporary Alderman Sir Samuel Fludyer, with dedication in… Read more
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Plan of St Marylebone 1900

by Bacon, George Washington:

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Bryars and Bryars
Published
1900
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London, G.W. Bacon and Co, Ltd, 1900. Folding map, sheet size 54 x 72 cm, original hand colour, laid on linen, marginal nick top left, folding into red cloth covers which are somewhat worn and dampstained. Detailed map of the Metropolitan Borough of St Marylebone as created by the London Government Act 1899, coloured to show the… Read more
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London, c. 1756. Copper engraving, 37.5 x 47 cm, engraved by Benjamin Cole, black and white, blank verso; published in the greatly expanded second edition of Maitland’s History of London. Significant buildings, such as the Monument, represented pictorially on the map; with the arms of contemporary Aldermen Sir Joseph Kankey (Langbourn 1737-69), and Sir Charles Asgill (Candlewick 1749-77). Illustrated… Read more
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