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A Map of the Parish of St. Mary Rotherhith.

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A Map of the Parish of St. Mary Rotherhith.
Ref: 8998973

An antique map 'Published According to Act of Parliament 1755, for Stow's Survey'. Later hand colouring. The Survey was originally published 1598 and was revised as follows :- 1603 - Second revised edition, 1618 - Third edition with additions by Anthony Munday, 1633 - Fourth edition by Munday and Humfrey Dyson, 1720 & 1755 - John Strype. Shows 'A Table of ye Names of Streets, Courts, Alleys. Vertical fold.

Approx 35cms by 28cms


Price: 175.00
  



Nouvelle Carte du Gouvernement Civil, d'Angleterre et de celuy de la Ville de Londres.

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Nouvelle Carte du Gouvernement Civil, d'Angleterre et de celuy de la Ville de Londres.
Ref: 8995062

An antique plan of the city illustrates the government of London in allegorical vignettes. The top left depicts Liberty with Justice, Tranquillity and Rest leaning against the elephant and Patriotism as a young warrior. The top right depicts England between Commerce and Natural Justice. The drawing also features a small map of the territory of England. With explanatory text in French about the civil government in England. This map appeared in Chatelain’s celebrated encyclopedia, Atlas Historique. Published in 1720 with later hand colouring.

Approx 46cms by 35cms.


Price: 325.00
  



Topographical Map of the Great Road from London to Bath and Bridtol with the Country three miles on each side.

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Topographical Map of the Great Road from London to Bath and Bridtol with the Country three miles on each side.
Ref: 8992797

"A correct map of the Country Three Miles on each side of the Road; planned from a Scale of One Inch to a Mile". Published in 1792. Uncoloured as published. This is map 1 of eleven maps in the complete route and extends from London to New Brentford in the West..

Approx 26.5cms by 15cms.


Price: 125.00
  



Geological Map of London and Environs. South East section.

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Geological Map of London and Environs. South East section.
Ref: 8991543


An antique brightly coloured lithographed geological map (scale: 1 inch to 1 mile), published in "Bacon's New Large-Scale Atlas of London & Suburbs", G.W.Bacon F.R.G.S, 127, Strand, London. Circa 1895 - 1905. Vertical centrefold strengthened with archival tape on verso.

Approx 45.5cms x 31cms


Price: 45.00
  



Geological Map of London and Environs. North West section.

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Geological Map of London and Environs. North West section.
Ref: 8991542


An antique brightly coloured lithographed geological map (scale: 1 inch to 1 mile), published in "Bacon's New Large-Scale Atlas of London & Suburbs", G.W.Bacon F.R.G.S, 127, Strand, London. Circa 1895 - 1905. Vertical centrefold strengthened with archival tape on verso.

Approx 45.5 x 31cm


Price: 45.00
  



Geological Map of London and Environs.  North East section.

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Geological Map of London and Environs. North East section.
Ref: 8991541


An antique brightly coloured lithographed geological map (scale: 1 inch to 1 mile), published in "Bacon's New Large-Scale Atlas of London & Suburbs", G.W.Bacon F.R.G.S, 127, Strand, London. Circa 1895 - 1905. Vertical centrefold strengthened with archival tape on verso.

Approx 45.5 x 31cm


Price: 45.00
  



Kellys Post Office Directory Map of London  -  North Eastern Section.

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Kellys Post Office Directory Map of London - North Eastern Section.
Ref: 8991503


A highly detailed folding road map of the North Eastern Section London.The sheet covers an area from Tottenham and Woodford Green in the north to Bromley, Canning Town and Plaistow Marshes in the south and from Highbury in the west to Hainault Forest and Barking in the east. Other maps from this series are divided as "South Western" section, "North Western" section, "North Eastern" section and "South Eastern" section. Postal districts are outlined in red and overprinted.

Approx 91cms by 73cms


Price: 75.00
  



Plan of the  roads and main objects on the eastern part of London as connected with the Tunnel excavating under the Thames from Rotherhithe to Wapping, projected by M I Brunel, 1827.

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Plan of the roads and main objects on the eastern part of London as connected with the Tunnel excavating under the Thames from Rotherhithe to Wapping, projected by M I Brunel, 1827.
Ref: 8991456



An antique plan Sir Marc Isambard Brunel, lithographed by Engelman & Co. Published in 'An Explanation of the Works of the Tunnel under The Thames from Rotherhithe to Wapping', in 1836.

Approx 15cms by 11.5cms.


Price: 85.00
  



London and its Environs  -  David Hughson.

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London and its Environs - David Hughson.
Ref: 8991455


An antique folding plan published in "Walks through London, including Westminster and the Borough of Southwark, with the surrounding suburbs", by David Hughson, printed for Sherwood, Neely & Jones, Paternoster Square, London' in 1817. The map shows Lord's Cricket ground on its original site.

Approx 53cms by 23cms.


Price: 225.00
  



Plan Showing the Parochial Divisions of the City of London.

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Plan Showing the Parochial Divisions of the City of London.
Ref: 8991432


A plan which is included in the "Report of the Royal City Parochial Chrities Commission. Vol.1. The Report. Appendix 1. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. May 1880."

Approx 66cms by 32cms.


Price: 85.00
  



John Harris  -  The East Part of the River Thames. The West Part of the River Thames.

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John Harris - The East Part of the River Thames. The West Part of the River Thames.
Ref: 8991003


Two maps of the River Thames showing at the top the east section, from the estuary up to Windsor in the West, including the City of London, and below the west end, from Windsor Park , through to the Head of the River, including Oxford; to the left of this bottom map is part of the river Severn. Circa 1720. Margins as shown with vertical and horizontal folds.

Approx 37.5cms by22.5cms.


Price: 195.00
  



Map of the Country Surrounding London to the extent of Thirty Miles.

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Map of the Country Surrounding London to the extent of Thirty Miles.
Ref: 8983219




'Map of the Country Surrounding London to the extent of Thirty Miles' from Dr. Hughson’s Description of London published by J. Stratford, 1808, drawn and engraved by J. Russel. Original colouring.


Approx 40cms by 34.5cms




Price: 225.00
  



A Plan of London and its Environs

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A Plan of London and its Environs
Ref: 8983230



A Plan of London and its Environs drawn by R. Creighton and engraved by J & C. Walker for "Lewis' Topographical Dictionary, in 1840. Uncoloured as published.


Approx 46.5cms by 38cms.




Price: 395.00
  



The New Plan of London from Actual Survey.

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The New Plan of London from Actual Survey.
Ref: 2355078

A detailed map covering the area of central London from Hyde Park in the West to London Docks in the East. Circa 1850. Has three vertical and three horizontal folds. Archival tissue applied to verso. Minute signs of paper loss in corners of folds visible when held up to the light. Piano keyboard border all around.

Approx 55cms by 40cms.


Price: 100.00
  



John Ogilby  -  The Road from London to Harwich in Essex.

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John Ogilby - The Road from London to Harwich in Essex.
Ref: 8990989

This antique strip map is from the "Britannia" by John Ogilby, first published in 1675 with later hand colouring . This map is Number 19 of 100 maps in the atlas and is entitledentitled "The Road from London to Harwich in Essex." Commencing at London to Rumford to Burntwood to Chelmsford to Witham to eldon to Colchester to Maningtree to Harwich.

Approx 43cms by 33cms.


Price: 495.00
  



Environs of London  -  Windsor Castle to Gravesend.

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Environs of London - Windsor Castle to Gravesend.
Ref: 8989984


An antique map issued in a Supplement to the London Illustrated News, 1857. Engraved by John Dower. An extremely detailed map of the vicinity of London. Many vignettes showing scenes in and around London including Colney Hatch, Beaconsfield, Wanstead. Waltham Abbey, Greenwich, Epsom Race Course, Cobham Common, Chingford Church etc. Shows the roads, towns, villages, and cities, with a major street level map of London in the center. Antique woodcut engraving of "Arrival Of The Emperor And Empress Of The French At Windsor Castle" on the verso.

Approx 80cms by 55cms.


Price: 225.00
  



John Ogilby  -  The Road from London to the Lands End.

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John Ogilby - The Road from London to the Lands End.
Ref: 8990988

This antique strip map is from the "Britannia" by John Ogilby, first published in 1675 with later hand colouring. This map is Number 25 of 100 maps in the atlas and is entitled " The Road from London to the Lands End." From London to Brantfort to Stanes to Bagshot to Hartley Row to Basingstoke to Andover to Salisbury to Shaftesbury to Sherborn to Crookhorn to Axminster to Honiton to Exeter to Chidley to Ashburton to Brent to Plymouth to Lowe to Trewardreth to Tregoney to Market Jew to Penzance to Senan. Left margin trimmed as shown.

Approx 47cms by 32cms.


Price: 425.00
  



The Metropolitan Boroughs, As Defined by the Reform Bill.

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The Metropolitan Boroughs, As Defined by the Reform Bill.
Ref: 8982224



An antique map of London which was produced after the Electoral Reform Bill of 1831-32 that created the metropolitan boroughs of London.. The area covered is from Tottenham in the North to Streatham and Norwood in the South, West Ham and Greenwich in the East to Fulham and Kensington in the West. The arms of London are shown of at top left, and arms of Westminster at top right. The Original Boundaries and the present boundaries of Marylebone, Finsbury, & Tower Hamlets are indicated. The scale of 2 inches to a mile. To the top of the map are the arms of London and Westminster. and to the bottom left is a list of 'liberties'. Three horizontal and two vertical folds with some old repairs on verso.


Approx 50cms by 60cms.



Price: 275.00
  



John Ogilby  -  The Road from London to Hithe in Com Kent

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John Ogilby - The Road from London to Hithe in Com Kent
Ref: 8990987

This antique strip map is from the "Britannia" by John Ogilby, first published in 1675 with later hand colouring . This is plate number 20. It is entitled "The Road from London to Hithe in Com Kent". Commencing at London to Eltham to Farmingham to Croseley to Aylisford to Barsted to Ashford to Hith. Wide margins and nice condition.

Approx 42cms by 33cms.


Price: 495.00
  



John Ogilby  -  The Road from London to Portsmouth in com Southamp.

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John Ogilby - The Road from London to Portsmouth in com Southamp.
Ref: 8990985

This antique strip map is from the "Britannia" by John Ogilby, first published in 1675 with later hand colouring . This map is Number 30 of 100 maps in the atlas and is entitled " The Road from London to Portsmouth in com Southamp." From Cornhill, London to Wansworth, to Kingstone, to Cobham, to Guildford, to Godalmin, to Lippock, to Petersfield, to Harnden, to Portsey Bridge, the to Portsmouth. Clean map with good margins.

Approx 41.5cms by 33cms


Price: 495.00
  



The New Plan of London, from Actual Survey.

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The New Plan of London, from Actual Survey.
Ref: 8982212



An antique plan of central London which covers the area from Hyde Park in the West to London Docks in the East. Published by George Virtue in 1838 in Thomas Moule's 'England's Topographer or the English Counties delineated'. Many vertical and horizontal folds. Two repaired splits on verso and margins as shown..

Approx 56cms by 40cms.


Price: 195.00
  



John Ogilby  -  The Road from London to Barwick

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John Ogilby - The Road from London to Barwick
Ref: 8990984

This antique strip map is from the "Britannia" by John Ogilby, first published in 1675 with later hand colouring. There are 100 maps in the atlas and is entitled " The Road from London to Barwick." From London to Waltham to Ware to Royston to Huntingdon to Stilton. Fine condition.

Approx 44.5cms by 32.5cms.



Price: 495.00
  



John Ogilby  -  The Road from London to Holyhead co. Anglesey, North Wales....

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John Ogilby - The Road from London to Holyhead co. Anglesey, North Wales....
Ref: 8990983

This antique strip map is from the "Britannia" by John Ogilby, first published in 1675 with later hand colouring . This map is Number 21 of 100 maps in the atlas and is entitled " The Road from London to Holyhead co. Anglesey." From London to Highgate to High Barnet, St.Albans, Dunstable, Little Brickhill, Stony Stratford and Towcester. Clean map with good margins. In the in the title cartouche a surveyor uses a 'waywiser', the measuring tool used by Ogilby's men for the survey of the roads.

Approx 41.5cms by 33cms


Price: 495.00
  



London  -  The Times Atas.

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London - The Times Atas.
Ref: 8990269



An antique map which shows the settlements in and around London, some of which may no longer exist or may now be known by another name. by John Bartholomew & Co. and published within "The Times" Atlas in 1922. Scale is 2miles to an inch and 'Boundary of City Police District' and 'Boundary of County of London' are indicated.

Approx 54cms by 41cms.


Price: 40.00
  



A Map of the Country Ten Miles Round London.

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A Map of the Country Ten Miles Round London.
Ref: 8983877



An antiqie circular map of the environs of London. The extent shown is Enfield-Croydon, Barking Levels-Hanwell. The border contains a key indicating the Rivers, Canals, Mail Coach Roads, Bye Roads, Parks and Gentleman's Seats, and states that "The Figures on the Roads denotes the distance in Miles each Place is from London. Circa 1819 with bright contemporary hand colouring



Approx 10cms diameter .




Price: 95.00
  



Bethnal Green - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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Bethnal Green - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 8983228



This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes.

Approx 32.5cms by 22cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Mile End Old Town - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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Mile End Old Town - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 8983227

This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes. Tight margin cropped close to printed border.

Approx 32.5cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Lambeth - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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Lambeth - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 8983226






This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes. Top margin cropped to printed border.






Approx 54cms by 29cms.






Price: 40.00
  



Camberwell (Division of New Borough) - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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Camberwell (Division of New Borough) - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 8983225






This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes.






Approx 32.5cms by 52.5cms.








Price: 35.00
  



A Plan of London and its Environs.

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A Plan of London and its Environs.
Ref: 8983218




A Plan of London and its Environs drawn by R. Creighton and engraved by J & C. Walker for "Lewis' Topographical Dictionary, in 1840 with later hand colouring.


Approx 46.5cms by 38cms.



Price: 395.00
  



Suburbs of London.  Sheet 1.  Bayswater, Notting Hill, Kensal Green, Shepherds Bush &c.

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Suburbs of London. Sheet 1. Bayswater, Notting Hill, Kensal Green, Shepherds Bush &c.
Ref: 8981048





An antique plan 'Drawn & Engraved by Edwd. Weller, F.R.G.S. 34, Red Lion Square' and lithographed by E. Weller. Published in the 'Weekly Dispatch, 139, Fleet Street. Circa 1870. Portobello Market is recorded as Portobello Farm. The large scale of this map allows for individual buildings to be identified. The Grand Union Canal run across the top of the map and shows Notting Hill, Ladbroke Grove, Kensal Green, Shepherds Bush, North Kensington & Holland Park Avenue. Shepherd's Bush Green is in the bottom left hand corner.



Approx 31cms by 44cms.




Price: 195.00
  



Suburbs of London.  Sheet 2.  Greenwich &c.

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Suburbs of London. Sheet 2. Greenwich &c.
Ref: 8982487






An antique plan of the area of Greenwich with Greenwich Park and the Royal Observatory feature centrally with the Royal Naval Schools to the north and Blackheath to the south with the Isle of Dogs in top left..Drawn and Engraved by Edward Weller F.R.G.S. and published in 1862 in the Weekly Dispatch, forming the"Dispatch Atlas.





Approx 31cms by 43.5cms.






Price: 225.00
  



A plan of the River Thames from Boulter's Lock to Mortlake, surveyed by order of the City of London in 1770 by James Brindley Engineer.

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A plan of the River Thames from Boulter's Lock to Mortlake, surveyed by order of the City of London in 1770 by James Brindley Engineer.
Ref: 8982483

........ Revised and continued to London Bridge in 1774 by Robt. Whitworth. A large uncoloured engraved linear map on three conjoined sheets, table of explanation and table of distances from London Bridge. A few long closed tears affecting image, slight spotting and dust soiling. A few vertical folds and many short horizontal folds.

Approx 145.5cms by 53cms.


Price: 750.00
  



Suburbs of London Sheet 4. Hammersmith &c.

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Suburbs of London Sheet 4. Hammersmith &c.
Ref: 8982439

An antique plan of the area of Hammersmith, Holland Park, Brook Green, Ravenscourt Park, West Kensington, Baron's Court, Earl's Court & Goldhawk Road. . Hammersmith Bridge is shown in the bottom left quarter of the map. Holland Park is depicted top right, and Ravenscourt Park centre left. Drawn and Engraved by Edward Weller F.R.G.S. and published in 1862 in the Weekly Dispatch, forming the"Dispatch Atlas.

Approx 43.5cms by 31cms.


Price: 150.00
  



Suburbs of London Sheet 3. Bromley, Blackwal &c.

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Suburbs of London Sheet 3. Bromley, Blackwal &c.
Ref: 8982438





One of the maps which showed the areas that were developing outside the Central London area. The River Bow Creek and and River Lea join the Thames near East India Dock. The 'Eastern Counties Railway' and the 'North Woolwich Branch Eastern Counties Railway' are indicated. Drawn and Engraved by Edward Weller F.R.G.S. and published in 1862 in the Weekly Dispatch, forming the"Dispatch Atlas. One vertical fold in centre.




Approx 45cms by 31cms





Price: 150.00
  



Thomas Moule  -  Environs of London.

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Thomas Moule - Environs of London.
Ref: 8982239

An oval antique map of the Environs of London by Thomas Moule was published in his "The English Counties Delineated" in 1836 with later hand colouring. It has been embellished with armorials and other features and inset views of a portrait of Old Father Thames at bottom centre, and inset views of New London Bridge, Hammersmith Suspension Bridge, The New Post Office and Triumphal <Actinic:Variable Name = 'Marble'/> Arch. The rarest of Moule's maps.

Approx 23cms by 19cms.


Price: 225.00
  



The Wards of Coleman Street and Bassishaw Taken from the last survey with Corrections and Amendments.

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The Wards of Coleman Street and Bassishaw Taken from the last survey with Corrections and Amendments.
Ref: 8981689




This plan was published in William Maitland's 'History of London from its Foundation to the Present Time'. The title is in cartouche at middle right, with compass rose at top left. The coats of arms of William Baker Esq. Alderman of Bassishaw Ward and Aldermen Robert Alsop Alderman of Coleman Street Ward appear at top centre and top right respectively. Includes two views of parish churches: St Stephen Coleman Street at bottom right and St Michael Bassishaw at upper left. Published in 1754. Narrow margins all round.



Approx 24cms by 36cms.







Price: 55.00
  



The Manor of Stepney.

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The Manor of Stepney.
Ref: 8981324






An antique map published by 'Stanford's Geographical Establishment. Circa 1890. Several horizontal and vertical folds an two repaired marginal tears.




Approx 22.5cms by 33cms.







Price: 30.00
  



Cripplegate Ward with its Division into Parishes According to a New Survey.

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Cripplegate Ward with its Division into Parishes According to a New Survey.
Ref: 8981316





Antique black and white engraved map by Benjamin Cole. The plan's title is seen in a rococo cartouche at bottom right, with the heraldic arms of John Blanchford Esq. Alderman of Cripplegate ward, at bottom left. The compass rose is seen middle left, with a view of "St. Luke's hospitalfor Lunatics in Upper Moorefield" at the top of the plate. Originally engraved for the part-work edition of William Maitland's "History of London" (London : 1753-1756)




Approx 23.5cms by 35.5cms.







Price: 75.00
  



Tower Street Ward with their Divisions into Parishes according to a New Survey.

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Tower Street Ward with their Divisions into Parishes according to a New Survey.
Ref: 8981315






Antique black and white engraved map by Benjamin Cole. Its title features in a rococo cartouche at top left, with the arms of Thomas Chitty Esq. Alderman of Tower Street Ward at left centre. Inset views of East India House in Leadenhall Street and The Entrance of Westminster Hall appear in panel below the plan. Originally engraved for the part-work edition of William Maitland's "History of London" (London : 1753-1756) Age toned and has many small tears in right verticalmargin and repaired tears in other margins..





23cms by 36.5cms.





Price: 75.00
  



A New and Correct Plan of Limestreet Ward with its Division into Parishes according to a New Survey.

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A New and Correct Plan of Limestreet Ward with its Division into Parishes according to a New Survey.
Ref: 8981314

Antique black and white engraved map by Benjamin Cole. The title features in a rococo cartouche at top centre, with the Arms of John Porter, Alderman of Lime Street, at top right. The scale bar is at bottom right, compass star at bottom left, and an illustrated view of the "Front of Leaden Hall" at top left. Originally engraved for the part-work edition of William Maitland's "History of London" (London : 1753-1756). Age toned and has many small tears in bottom margin and repaired tears in other margins..

Approx 35cms by 23cms.


Price: 65.00
  



Queen-Hith Ward and Vintry Ward with their Divisions into Parishes According to a New Survey.

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Queen-Hith Ward and Vintry Ward with their Divisions into Parishes According to a New Survey.
Ref: 8981313


Antique black and white engraved map by Benjamin Cole of the Queenhithe and Vintry Wards in London, England. Published in 1755 it has a decorative rococo cartouche, the arms of the contemporary aldermen (Sir Crisp Gascoyne and Marsh Dickinson), and a view of St. Michael Queenhithe. Originally engraved for the part-work edition of William Maitland's "History of London" (London : 1753-1756). Age toned and has many small tears in bottom margin.

Approx 36cms by 22.5cms.


Price: 75.00
  



The Southern Suburbs  -  Stanford's Geographical Establishment

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The Southern Suburbs - Stanford's Geographical Establishment
Ref: 8981312



An antique map of that part of London south of the River Thames from Wandsworth in the west to St. Paul in the east. Hyde Park is seen in the top left corner. Published by Stanford's Geographical Establishment Circa 1880. Has three vertical and two horrizontal folds. Lower section of right vertical margin removed by bookbinder.

Approx 38cms by 26cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Cassell's Map of the Environs or Twenty Miles round London.      (Four Maps)

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Cassell's Map of the Environs or Twenty Miles round London. (Four Maps)
Ref: 8981169

"Map of the Environs or Twenty Miles Round London", four sheets numbered 13, 14, 15 and 16 covering an area from Chelmsford in the North East to Guildford in the South West. London Published by Cassell, Petter & Galpin, La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill, E.C in "Cassell's General Atlas...". Circa 1870. This image is sheet 16 only

Approx 64cms by 46cms


Price: 250.00
  



Theatre Map.

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Theatre Map.
Ref: 8981152



An antique map locating the theatres in London. 'The Tubes indicated by dotted lines'. Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Somerset House and the British Museum are indicated. Circa 1900.


Approx 20cms by 16.5cms.



Price: 30.00
  



The River Thames from its source to the sea.  Revised by John Dower.  F.R.G.S.

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The River Thames from its source to the sea. Revised by John Dower. F.R.G.S.
Ref: 8981099


An antique map showing the course of the River Thames from its source in Thames Head near Cirencester to the sea. London Published by Cassell, Petter & Galpin, La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill, E.C in "Cassell's General Atlas...". Circa 1870.


Approx 63cms by 44cms.


Price: 125.00
  



Suburbs of London Sheet 3.  Bromley, Blackwal &c.

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Suburbs of London Sheet 3. Bromley, Blackwal &c.
Ref: 8981088





One of the maps which showed the areas that were developing outside the Central London area. The River Bow Creek and and River Lea join the Thames near East India Dock. The 'Eastern Counties Railway' and the 'North Woolwich Branch Eastern Counties Railway' are indicated. Drawn and Engraved by Edward Weller F.R.G.S. and published in 1862 in the Weekly Dispatch, forming the"Dispatch Atlas. One vertical fold in centre.




Approx 45cms by 31cms






Price: 150.00
  



A map or groundplot of the citty of London and the suburbes thereof that is to say all which is within the iurisdiction of the Lord Mayor....

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A map or groundplot of the citty of London and the suburbes thereof that is to say all which is within the iurisdiction of the Lord Mayor....
Ref: 8981084


A copy of an earlier plan (1666) of the City of London, published by Edward Stanford, 55, Charing Cross, London for 'Stanford's Geographical Establishment.' The extent of the damage caused by the great fire of 1666 can be seen in this plan. Circa 1870. Four vertical and one horizontal fold. Lower section of right margin removed by bookbinder.

Approx 43cms by 20cms.


Price: 60.00
  



A View of part of the North West Suburbs of London as they appeared anno 1570......

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A View of part of the North West Suburbs of London as they appeared anno 1570......
Ref: 8981061



...... Including the Whole of the Parish of St. Giles in the Fields and its Immediate Neighbourhood, its Parochial Churches, Erected at Different Periods, &c. A list of references from 1 to 9 on a scroll at top right. Below vignette "The Seal of the Antient Hospital of St Giles" Published January 1818 by Boydell & Co. No.90, Cheapside.

Approx 26.5cms by 20.5cms.


Price: 125.00
  



A Map of the Parish of St. Mary Rotherhith the Survey revised & corrected by Ino Pullen. Engraved by Ino Harris.

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A Map of the Parish of St. Mary Rotherhith the Survey revised & corrected by Ino Pullen. Engraved by Ino Harris.
Ref: 8981059




Published by John Strype in 1720 from a plate originally published by John Stowe in "A survey of the cities of London and Westminster."


Approx 40cms by 27cms.


Price: 125.00
  



A Map of St. Giles's Cripple Gate Without with large additions and corrections.

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A Map of St. Giles's Cripple Gate Without with large additions and corrections.
Ref: 8981055



Plan of the parish of St Giles, Cripplegate, in the City of London, published in Stowe's 'Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster'. The title appears along the top of the plan, a compass rose and scale bar at bottom left and key to streets, yards, alleys, etc. in tables at lower left and the right side of the plan. Published in 1720. Vertical centrefold as published.

Approx 36cms by 28cms.


Price: 175.00
  



Plan of the Marybone Estate when purchased by the Duke of Newcastle in 1708.

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Plan of the Marybone Estate when purchased by the Duke of Newcastle in 1708.
Ref: 8981051




Published by Edward Stanford, 55, Charing Cross' for 'Stanford's Geographical Establishment. Circa 1880.


Approx 21cms by 17cms.



Price: 30.00
  



A Plan of the City and Environs of London as fortified by Order of Parliament in the Years 1642 & 1643.

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A Plan of the City and Environs of London as fortified by Order of Parliament in the Years 1642 & 1643.
Ref: 8981049

Published for Harrison's History of London. 1775. Extends from Constitution Hill in the West to Stepney and Hackney Road to Kent Street. Columns on either side of the plan shows "An Explanation of the several Forts on the Line of Communication", which details all 23 forts on the London wall."

Approx 31.5cms by6 19cms.


Price: 175.00
  



Aldersgate Ward and St. Martins le Grand Liberty Taken from the last Survey, with Corrections.

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Aldersgate Ward and St. Martins le Grand Liberty Taken from the last Survey, with Corrections.
Ref: 8981047






An antique map of Aldersgate Ward and St Martins le Grand Liberty, published 1755 in John Strype edition of Stow’s Survey of London .The title features in banner at top left, with scale bar at bottom left. The key to streets, yards, halls, courts and private properties appears down the left side of the map and at top right.




Approx 18cms by 30cms.




Price: 110.00
  



Langborne Ward and Candlewick Ward - 'With its Divisions into Parishes. Corrected from the last Survey.

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Langborne Ward and Candlewick Ward - 'With its Divisions into Parishes. Corrected from the last Survey.
Ref: 8981045



Detailed town plan from this reissue of John Stow's important London survey. Includes "The Monument or Pillar where the fire began" built to commemorate the Great Fire of 1666. The map was likely engraved by Richard Blome. Tables at right provide a numbered key to the plan. This map covers the area of Cannon Street and Eastcheap, and Lombard and Fenchurch Street, and the Monument.

Approx 36.5cms by 29cms.


Price: 125.00
  



Plan of London, Metropolitan Burghs and Southern & Eastern Environs.

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Plan of London, Metropolitan Burghs and Southern & Eastern Environs.
Ref: 8980609




An antique plan of London 'Drawn & Engraved by J. Bartholomew. F.R.G.S. Circa 1870 with original colour.


Approx 29cms by 24.5cms



Price: 45.00
  



A Plan of the Cities of London, Westminster and Borough of Southwark, with the New Buildings to the year 1791.

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A Plan of the Cities of London, Westminster and Borough of Southwark, with the New Buildings to the year 1791.
Ref: 8980608

An antique plan from Kearsleys’ Stranger’s Guide, or Companion through London and Westminster, and the Country Round: Containing a Description of the Situation, Antiquity, and Curiosities of Every Place, within the Circuit of Fourteen Miles, Together with a Map of the Surrounding Country, and a Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster, and the Borough of Southwark. Printed for and Sold by C. and G. Kearsley, Fleet-Street. Circa 1791.
Approx 27cms by 13.5cms.


Price: 175.00
  



Greenwich, Woolwich and Deptford Town Plan  -  R.K. Dawson.

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Greenwich, Woolwich and Deptford Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.
Ref: 8980173



A detailed plan showing the existing boundaries and the proposed boundary changes produced by Lieutenant Robert Kearsley Dawson, Royal Engineers, whose distinctive signature appears on each of these maps and plans. These maps and plans were the result of the Reform Bill of 1831 and the Boundaries Act of July, 1831. Circa 1832 - 37 with original colouring. Some offsetting and slightly grubby.

Approx 40cms by 28 cms.


Price: 75.00
  



Metropolitan Boroughs  -  R.K. Dawson.

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Metropolitan Boroughs - R.K. Dawson.
Ref: 8980092




A detailed plan showing the existing boundaries and the proposed boundary changes produced by Lieutenant Robert Kearsley Dawson, Royal Engineers, whose distinctive signature appears on each of these maps and plans. These maps and plans were the result of the Reform Bill of 1831 and the Boundaries Act of July, 1831. Circa 1832 - 37 with original colouring. Some offsetting.




Approx 20cms by 33 cms.




Price: 350.00
  



Thomas Moule  -  The  Environs of London.

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Thomas Moule - The Environs of London.
Ref: 2342458



An antique map of the Environs of London which was engraved by W. Hughes and published in Barclay's Complete & Universal English Dictionary. Circa 1840 with later hand colouring. Railways are indicated.


Approx 21cms by 16cms.



Price: 70.00
  



London and Westminster in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, Anno. Dom. 1563

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London and Westminster in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, Anno. Dom. 1563
Ref: 2356828

Scarce map of London, based upon the Ralph Agas view of London, published in 1563. This map of Elizabethan London, gives an idea of how people in the late 18th century viewed the Elizabethan capital. Covent Garden is an area of fields, and the location of Tower Bridge is marked, although the actual bridge was not planned until 1879. London Bridge is shown with the buildings on it and a key includes the names of 10 important locations. Has several vertical folds as published with some wear on some folds. The map has been rebacked, has some age toning and some surface dirt.

Approx 54cms by 20cms


Price: 175.00
  



Plan the East & West India Docks.

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Plan the East & West India Docks.
Ref: 2356531

An antique map of a section of the River Thames which shows the West India Docks (opened 1802) on the Isle of Dogs and the East India Docks at Wapping ( opened 1805). Circa 1820 with later hand colouring.

Approx 22.5cms by 11cms.


Price: 125.00
  



A View of London about the year 1560

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A View of London about the year 1560
Ref: 2355168

A highly detailed bird's-eye view of London shows the city circa 1560. The plan was reduced from the Civitas Londinum attributed to Ralph Agas. Locates the London Bridge, the Tower, St. Katherines, Smyth Field, as well as naming most streets including Fleet, the Strand and Cheapside. The title is carried in a ribbon-style cartouche in the sky with coats of arms to either side. Bull and Bear baiting pits are shown south of the river.Published in 'The History of London' by William Maitland in 1738. Vertical centrefold as issued.

Approx 46cms by 25cms.


Price: 575.00
  



A Plan of the City and Suburbs of London as fortified by Order of Parliament in the Years 1642 & 1643  -  George Vertue.

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A Plan of the City and Suburbs of London as fortified by Order of Parliament in the Years 1642 & 1643 - George Vertue.
Ref: 2355166

An antique plan of London showing the defences for the civil war, established after an Act of Parliament in 1642. These were built to protect the city from attacks by Charles I and his Royalist Troups. Published in 1738. Two panels give an explanation of the 23 forts on the lines of defence. Very fine condition.

Approx 34cms by 19.5cms.


Price: 150.00
  



London  -  John Bartholomew.

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London - John Bartholomew.
Ref: 2354501



An antique town plan by John Bartholomew & Co. Published in 'The Royal Atlas of England and Wales Reduced from the Ordnance Survey. Published in 1895.

Approx 42cms by 32cms.


Price: 50.00
  



Central London  -  John Bartholomew.

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Central London - John Bartholomew.
Ref: 2354500



An antique town plan by John Bartholomew & Co. Published in 'The Royal Atlas of England and Wales Reduced from the Ordnance Survey. Published in 1895.

Approx 42cms by 32cms.


Price: 50.00
  



Plan of Central London  -  Section 2.

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Plan of Central London - Section 2.
Ref: 2354222

A folding plan of Central London by John Bartholomew & Co. Published by Ward & Lock, Warwick House, Salisbury House, London. Circa 1900. Shows Railways, Underground Railways and Tramways. The Plan is divided into half mile squares. Extending from Kensall Green in the West to the Victoria Park in the East.

Approx 80cms by 14cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Estuary of the Thames and the Medway.

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Estuary of the Thames and the Medway.
Ref: 2354117



An antique mapo of "Estuary of the Thames and the Medway". Published by A. Fullarton in "Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales." in 1868.

Approx 23cms by 13.5cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Portsoken Ward with its Division into Parishes According to a New  Survey.

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Portsoken Ward with its Division into Parishes According to a New Survey.
Ref: 2354115






This plan was published in William Maitland's 'History of London from its Foundations to the Present Day'. The plan's title appears in a cartouche at bottom left, with the arms of Sir William Calvert, Alderman for Portsoken, at top right. Published in 1755.






Approx 23cms by 36cms.





Price: 55.00
  



The Wards of Coleman Street and Bassishaw Taken from the last survey with Corrections and Amendments.

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The Wards of Coleman Street and Bassishaw Taken from the last survey with Corrections and Amendments.
Ref: 2354114






This plan was published in William Maitland's 'History of London from its Foundation to the Present Time'. The title is in cartouche at middle right, with compass rose at top left. The coats of arms of William Baker Esq. Alderman of Bassishaw Ward and Aldermen Robert Alsop Alderman of Coleman Street Ward appear at top centre and top right respectively. Includes two views of parish churches: St Stephen Coleman Street at bottom right and St Michael Bassishaw at upper left. Published in 1754 with later hand colouring. Narrow vertical margins with right margin cropped beyond printed border.



Approx 24cms by 36cms.





Price: 55.00
  



Queen Hith Ward and Vintry Ward with their Divisions into Parishes according to a new Survey.

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Queen Hith Ward and Vintry Ward with their Divisions into Parishes according to a new Survey.
Ref: 2354113

This plan was published in Maitland's 'History of London from its Foundations to the Present Day'. The title is in cartouche at the foot of the plan together with the arms of Sir Crisp Gascoyne, Alderman of Vintry Ward, and Martin Dickinson, Alderman of Queenhithe Ward. View of the parish church of St Michael at bottom left. Published in 1755. Top margin cropped.

Approx 36.5cms by 23cms.


Price: 55.00
  



Breadstreet Ward and Cordwainers Ward with their Divisions into Parishes According to a new Survey.

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Breadstreet Ward and Cordwainers Ward with their Divisions into Parishes According to a new Survey.
Ref: 2354112

This plan was published in William Maitland's 'History of London from its Foundation to the Present Time'. The title is in cartouche at the foot of the plate with the family arms of Stephen Theodor Janssen (Alderman of Cordwainer ward and Lord Mayor of London) and William Alexander (Alderman of Breadstreet ward) . Views of St Matthew and St Mildred's parish churches are at bottom left and bottom right. Published in 1755. Top margin cropped to printed border.

Approx 36cms by 23cms.


Price: 55.00
  



The Thames from Source to Sea.

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The Thames from Source to Sea.
Ref: 2354081



An antique map showing the source of the River Thames near Cricklade, Gloucestershire in the West to Shoebury Ness in the East. Engraved by Walker & Boutall. Circa 1890.

Approx 22cms by 16cms.


Price: 40.00
  



London and the Estuary of the Thames  -  A.Vuillemin.

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London and the Estuary of the Thames - A.Vuillemin.
Ref: 2354074



An antique colour printed map of 'London and the Estuary of the Thames' by Vuillemin. Published by Virtue & Co Ltd in 1860.,

Approx 29cms by 20cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Franz Joseph Von Reilly - Die Gegend um London Nro. 84

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Franz Joseph Von Reilly - Die Gegend um London Nro. 84
Ref: 2353706

An antique map by Franz Johann Joseph Von Reilly, hand coloured in wash and outline, when published in 1789. He was a Viennese art dealer and map publisher who assembled three atlases between 1789-99. A map of London extending to Essex, Surrey and Middlesex. The map has good detail and is decorated with a title cartouche upheld by two putti.

Approx 27cms by 20.5cms.


Price: 175.00
  



Illustrissimo Comiti Penbrokiae Moecenati Eximio Sacra Tabula.  (Roman London)

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Illustrissimo Comiti Penbrokiae Moecenati Eximio Sacra Tabula. (Roman London)
Ref: 2353703




The title of this engraved map of Roman London appears along the top, with compass rose at top right. The arms of the Count of Pembroke, to whom the map is dedicated, are depicted at bottom right. Published in 'Itinerarium Curiosum' by William Stukeley. The plan shows the Roman street plan and road network. Shows the Thames on the left, four roads leading into the city through gates at the city walls. Circa 1724.



Approx 18cms by 28cms.





Price: 125.00
  



St. Pancras  -  Boundary Commission 1917.

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St. Pancras - Boundary Commission 1917.
Ref: 2351875






A Boundary Commission plan of the Boundaries , Parliamentary, Borough and Divisions and Municipal Wards of St. Pancras in 1917. By Colonel C.F. Close, Dircetor General of the Ordnance Survey. Has vertical and horizontal folds.




Approx 25cms by 34.5cms.


Price: 35.00
  



London.

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London.
Ref: 2349364

London 'Published under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Baldwin & Cradock, 47, Paternoster Row, 1836'. Inset 'View of The Tower from London Bridge' and another of 'A View of London from Holloway'. Drawn by W.B. Clarke and engraved and printed by J. Henshall. Along the bottom of the print is a 'Comparison of the Principal Buildings in London'. Extends from Kensington Gardens in the West to East India Docks in the East.

Approx 64cms by 39cms.


Price: 550.00
  



The Environs of London.

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The Environs of London.
Ref: 2349322


Drawn and engraved by H. Waters. Printed by Baldwin & Cradock of Paternoster Row, London, for the Society of for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge on February 1st 1832. Shows the London area from Kingston and Hamton Court Park in the southwest to Stanmore in the northwest, Henhault Forest in the northeast and St. Marys Cray and Kevingtown in the southeast.

Approx 38.5cms by31.5cms


Price: 95.00
  



London 1843

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London 1843
Ref: 2349321

London. 1843. Drawn & engraved from authentic documents & personal observation by B.R. Davies, 16 George Street, Euston Square. London, published Nov. 1st, 1843 under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, by Chapman & Hall, 186 Strand (1844)

Approx 65.5cms by 38.5cms


Price: 550.00
  



A New Map of the Environs of London, extending 30 miles.  1838.

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A New Map of the Environs of London, extending 30 miles. 1838.
Ref: 2347698


A detailed map of Greater London published London, Simpkin, Marshall & Co. & the Proprietors, 1, Cloudesley Terrace, Islington. c.1838. Has one horizontal and three vertical folds. Narrow margins as shown.,

Approx 33cms by 24cms.


Price: 80.00
  



London Map.

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London Map.
Ref: 2347206




An antique map of London by Love & Malcomson, Limited, Dane Street, High Holborn, W.C. Circa 1910. Many vertical and horizontal folds.


Price: 65.00
  



From Charing Cross through Whitehall to Westminster.

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From Charing Cross through Whitehall to Westminster.
Ref: 2347204




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'From Charing Cross through Whitehall to Westminster' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



The Strand, from Charing Cross to Fleet Street.

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The Strand, from Charing Cross to Fleet Street.
Ref: 2347203




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'The Strand, from Charing Cross to Fleet Street' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Fleet Street and Ludgate Hill, to St. Paul's and Cheapside, etc.

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Fleet Street and Ludgate Hill, to St. Paul's and Cheapside, etc.
Ref: 2347202




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'Fleet Street and Ludgate Hill, to St. Paul's and Cheapside, etc' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Cannon Street, to the Mansion House, the Tower etc.

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Cannon Street, to the Mansion House, the Tower etc.
Ref: 2347201




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'Cannon Street, to the Mansion House, the Tower etc' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



From Charing Cross, through Pall Mall to Pimlico.

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From Charing Cross, through Pall Mall to Pimlico.
Ref: 2347200




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'From Charing Cross, through Pall Mall to Pimlico' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Regent Street.  From Waterloo Place to Portland Place.

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Regent Street. From Waterloo Place to Portland Place.
Ref: 2347199




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'Regent Street. From Waterloo Place to Portland Place' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Piccadilly, from The Haymarket to Hyde Park.

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Piccadilly, from The Haymarket to Hyde Park.
Ref: 2347198




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'Piccadilly, from The Haymarket to Hyde Park' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



From Hyde Park Corner, through Knightsbridge to Kensington.

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From Hyde Park Corner, through Knightsbridge to Kensington.
Ref: 2347197




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'From Hyde Park Corner, through Knightsbridge to Kensington' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



From Oxford Street, by Uxbridge Road, to High Street, Notting Hill.

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From Oxford Street, by Uxbridge Road, to High Street, Notting Hill.
Ref: 2347196




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'From Oxford Street, by Uxbridge Road, to High Street, Notting Hill' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Euston Road and Marylebone Road, King's Cross to Paddington.

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Euston Road and Marylebone Road, King's Cross to Paddington.
Ref: 2347195




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'Euston Road and Marylebone Road, King's Cross to Paddington' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



The Thames from theTower to Westminster.

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The Thames from theTower to Westminster.
Ref: 2347193




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'The Thames from theTower to Westminster' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Tottenham Court Road and Hampstead Road, to Camden Town.

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Tottenham Court Road and Hampstead Road, to Camden Town.
Ref: 2347188




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'Tottenham Court Road and Hampstead Road, to Camden Town' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Oxford Street, from Marble Arch to Tottenham Court Road.

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Oxford Street, from Marble Arch to Tottenham Court Road.
Ref: 2347185




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'Oxford Street, from Marble Arch to Tottenham Court Road' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Edgware Road, from Marble Arch to Westbourne Grove.

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Edgware Road, from Marble Arch to Westbourne Grove.
Ref: 2347184




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'Edgware Road, from Marble Arch to Westbourne Grove' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



St. James's Street, and Old and New Bond Street.

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St. James's Street, and Old and New Bond Street.
Ref: 2347183




A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now 'St. James's Street, and Old and New Bond Street' with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets." Engraved by George William Ruffle, and originally published in 1891, this map has been 'Completely revised and brought up to date' and published in 1918. Some yellowing to centrefold and edges.




Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Hackney  -  Divisions of New Borough.

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Hackney - Divisions of New Borough.
Ref: 2347166




This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes. Has one vertical and two horizontal folds.



Approx 44.5cms by 63cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Paddington -  Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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Paddington - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 2345383


This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes.


Approx 40cms by 32.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



St. Pancras (Division of New Borough)  -  Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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St. Pancras (Division of New Borough) - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 2345369





This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes. Top margin cropped to printed border.





Approx 32.5cms by 68cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Poplar  -  Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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Poplar - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 2345350




This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes. Top margin cropped to printed border.



Approx 23cms by 67cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Newington  -  Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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Newington - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 2345349




This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes. Top margin cropped to printed border.



Approx 22cms by 33.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



West Ham  -  Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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West Ham - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 2345343



This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes. Top margin cropped to printed border.


Approx 26cms by 32cms.


Price: 30.00
  



 Eastern London.

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Eastern London.
Ref: 2345245


An antique plan of Eastern London. This is one of a set of three maps which shows London 1860 - 1862. There is no scale. Covers Victoria Park, West India Dock, Blackfriars Bridge. From the book on London by Charles Knight, of 90 Fleet St. One of three maps from this publication, the others being 'The Environs of London', and 'Western London'. Circa 1878. Has three vertical folds.

Approx 35.5cms by 25.5cms.


Price: 65.00
  



A Map of the New Roads  from Westminster Bridge.

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A Map of the New Roads from Westminster Bridge.
Ref: 3839



An antique Plan entitled "A Map of the New Roads from Westminster Bridge" which appeared in "The Gents" Magazine in May 1753. The colouring is later.

Approx 35.5cms by22cms.


Price: 65.00
  



Plans of Broad Street & Cornhill Wards and Walbrook & Dowgate Wards.

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Plans of Broad Street & Cornhill Wards and Walbrook & Dowgate Wards.
Ref: 23069





Plan of Coleman Street and Bassishaw Wards, Plan of Portsoken Ward and Plan of Cripplegate Ward Divided into Parishes, from a New Survey. London, Hogg, 1796. Two ward plans on one sheet, within a decorative border. From "Thornton's New & Complete History & Survey of London & Westminster".



Approx 34.5cms by 22cms.


Price: 80.00
  



Plans of Coleman Street and Bassishaw Wards with Portsoken and Cripplegate Wards.

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Plans of Coleman Street and Bassishaw Wards with Portsoken and Cripplegate Wards.
Ref: 23030





Plan of Coleman Street and Bassishaw Wards, Plan of Portsoken Ward and Plan of Cripplegate Ward Divided into Parishes, from a New Survey. London, Hogg, 1796. Three ward plans on one sheet, within a decorative border. From "Thornton's New & Complete History & Survey of London & Westminster".



Approx 34.5cms by 22cms.


Price: 80.00
  



Town Plan of St. Mary Le Bone and Finsbury.

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Town Plan of St. Mary Le Bone and Finsbury.
Ref: 11153



An antique plan of the Contributory Boroughs of London engraved by J. & C. Walker, drawn by R. Creighton and published in Samuel Lewis's ' View of the Representative History of England' in 1835.



A|pprox19cms by 23.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



A Plan of Twickenham in the County of Middlesex .

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A Plan of Twickenham in the County of Middlesex .
Ref: 650


An antique woodcut engraving entitled "A Plan of Twickenham in the County of Middlesex from the actual survey by Samuel Lewis, 1784". Circa 1880. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 21cms by 14cms.


Price: 65.00
  



Environs of London.

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Environs of London.
Ref: 10352


An antique map of the environs of London published by J. Cary in 1810. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 21.5cms by 16cms.


Price: 75.00
  



Environs of London  -  Windsor Castle to Gravesend.

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Environs of London - Windsor Castle to Gravesend.
Ref: 9894

Plan of the environs of London designed,drawn and engraved by John Dower for Illustrated London News ca. 1851. A very decorative and large map of the environs of London with about a hundred vignettes of notable views and buildings, including Epsom and Ascot races, Greenwich and Crystal Palace, inset within the map. On the reverse is a large engraving of the French Emperor and Empresses arrival at Windsor Castle. Several vertical and horizontal folds and one marginal repair.

Approx 51cms by 77cms.


Price: 250.00
  



London, Westminster, Southwark and the New Docks Eastward, 1809.  -  Engraved for P. Wakefield's Perambulations.

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London, Westminster, Southwark and the New Docks Eastward, 1809. - Engraved for P. Wakefield's Perambulations.
Ref: 9259


An antique town plan of London entitled "London, Westminster, Southwark and the New Docks Eastward, 1809. - Engraved for P. Wakefield's Perambulations." Published by Wm. Darton and Jos. Harvey in 1809. Original outline colouring. Narrow margins as shown.

Approx 38cms by 16cms.


Price: 95.00
  



 A New Plan of London Westminster and Southwark.

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A New Plan of London Westminster and Southwark.
Ref: 8231

An attractive antique map of London extending north to Islington, east to Mile End, south to Lambeth Palace and west to Hyde Park and Paddington. Engraved by Harry Ashby and produced for John Noorthouck's "A New History of London" 1772-1773). It has splits along many folds which have been professionally repaired. The maps also has two tears from the right margin into the printed area, one being about 1cm the other about 15cms.

Approx 67.5cms by 40.5cms.


Price: 425.00
  



Canal Map  -  From Moor Fields into the River Lee at Waltham Abby

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Canal Map - From Moor Fields into the River Lee at Waltham Abby
Ref: 7354


An antique canal map entitled "Plan of the Intended Navigable Canal from Moor Fields into the River Lee at Waltham Abby. Surveyed by Order of the City of London." By Robert Whitworth. Circa 1774. The colouring is later.
Approx 50.5cms by 13cms.


Price: 145.00
  



A Map of the Surrey Side of the Thames from Westminster Bridge to the Borough.

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A Map of the Surrey Side of the Thames from Westminster Bridge to the Borough.
Ref: 6891



An antique map entitled "A Map of the Surrey Side of the Thames from Westminster Bridge to the Borough. With a Plan for laying out the Roads to Blackfryars Bridge." Circa 1768. The colouring is later.

Approx 20cms by 25cms.


Price: 95.00
  



From the Poultry to Bishopsgate Street and to Whitechapel.  Plate XVII.

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From the Poultry to Bishopsgate Street and to Whitechapel. Plate XVII.
Ref: 6555



A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now From the Poultry to Bishopsgate Street and to Whitechapel with adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets" Engraved by George William Ruffle. Published in 1891.

Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 45.00
  



From London Bridge through the Borough, to Newington Butts and St. George's Fields.  Plate XIX.

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From London Bridge through the Borough, to Newington Butts and St. George's Fields. Plate XIX.
Ref: 6545





A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now From London Bridge through the Borough, to Newington Butts and St. George's Fields with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets" Engraved by George William Ruffle. Published in 1891.

Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 45.00
  



St. James's Street, and Old and New Bond Street.  Plate VII.

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St. James's Street, and Old and New Bond Street. Plate VII.
Ref: 6544





A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now St. James's Street, and Old and New Bond Street with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets" Engraved by George William Ruffle. Published in 1891.

Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Edgware Road from Marble Arch to Westbourne Grove.  Plate X.

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Edgware Road from Marble Arch to Westbourne Grove. Plate X.
Ref: 6540





A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now Oxford Street from Edgware Road from Marble Arch to Westbourne Grove with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets" Engraved by George William Ruffle. Published in 1891.

Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Oxford Street from the Marble Arch to Tottenham Court Road.  Plate XII.

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Oxford Street from the Marble Arch to Tottenham Court Road. Plate XII.
Ref: 6539





A bird's-eye view of the length of what is now Oxford Street from the Marble Arch to Tottenham Court Road with the adjacent streets and buildings Designed by the architectural draughtsman Thomas Sulman engraved for Herbert Fry's "London: Illustrated by Twenty Bird's Eye Views of the Principal Streets" Engraved by George William Ruffle. Published in 1891.

Approx 18cms by 23cms.


Price: 45.00
  


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