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In this section all maps are listed chronologically. Measurements are given in centimetres, height by width, excluding margins.

LONDON 1650 - 1799

Antique Maps and Prints of London between 1650 and 1799

Exchange rate (approximately):  £ 1.00 = EUR 1.15 = US-$ 1.35

620. Braun, G. / Hogenberg, F. ‘LONDINUM FERACISSIMI ANGLIAE REGNI METROPOLIS’. Birds-eye plan of London with decorative title cartouche, two large coats of arms, two tables of explanations, and four figures in the foreground. From Georg Braun & Frans Hogenberg’s Civitates Orbis Terrarum ca. 1574 [29705] 33 x 49 cm. French text verso. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £6500
In this edition, ‘West Mester’ has been changed to ‘West Muster’ and the Royal Exchange has been added. Howgego 2.

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621. Hollar, W. ‘A VIEW FROM THE RIVER THAMES OF THE PARLIAMENT HOUSE, WESTMINSTER HALL, AND WESTMINSTER ABBY’ and ‘A VIEW OF WHITE HALL FROM THE RIVER THAMES’. Two engravings above each other on one sheet. Anonymous, but by Wenceslav Hollar ca. 1650 [27012] 17 x 23 cm. Uncoloured. Trimmed to image and laid down on 18th c. paper. Excellent condition. £200

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621A. Merian, M. ‘ABBILDUNG DER STATT LONDON, SAMBT DEM ERSCHRÖCKLICHEN BRANDT...’. View across burning London (The Great Fire) as seen in 1666 from across the Thames with London Bridge and Southwark in the foreground. Matthaeus Merian ca. 1670 [20967] 22 x 35 cm. Banner with explanations from 1-20 below. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £450

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624. Mallet, A. M. ‘DIE STADT LONDEN / LONDRES’. View of London from the South with title banner in the sky and figures in the foreground. Alain Manesson Mallet ca. 1719 [24170] 14 x 10 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £125

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625A. Chatelain, H. A. 'NOUVELLE CARTE DU GOUVERNEMENT CIVIL D'ANGLETERRE ET DE CELUY DE LA VILLE DE LONDRES'. Small plan of London (PLAN DE LA VILLE DE LONDRES...) surrounded by extensive text, two large allegorical illustrations and a map of England and Wales. Henry Abraham Chatelain ca. 1720 [7799] 35 x 46 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £140    Howgego 47.

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626A. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘BREADSTREET WARD AND CORDWAINER WARD...’. Detailed plan with table of references, featuring Watling Street, Bread Street, Cheapside, Bow Lane, Queen Street. John Strype ca. 1720 [26945] 30 x 18 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £120
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626E. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘WALBROOK WARD AND DOWGATE WARD...’. Detailed plan with table of references, featuring Upper Thames Street, Cannon Street, Walbrook, ‘The Stocks Market’ (= site of Mansion House). John Strype ca. 1720 [28514] 31 x 18 cm. Full hand colour. Some faint browning, otherwise good condition. £100

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627. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘A MAP OF THE TOWER LIBERTY...’. 4 plans on one sheet, showing the Tower, Marine (= Wellclose) Square, Little Minories, and Spitalfields with Steward, Artillery and Duke Street. John Strype ca. 1720 [28516] 28 x 35 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £120

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629. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘LAMBETH AND CHRIST CHURCH PARISH, SOUTHWARK...’. Detailed plan with table of references, featuring Lambeth Palace, Christ Church, sites of National Theatre, Royal Festival Hall and St. Thomas’ Hospital. John Strype ca. 1720 [28519] 35 x 28 cm. Full hand colour. Laid down on linen. Excellent condition. £120

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630. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘A MAPP OF THE PARISH OF ST. ANNS...’. Detailed plan with small table of references, featuring Tiborn Road (= Oxford Street), Kings Square (= Soho Square), Dean Street, Old Compton Street, Kings Street (= Shaftesbury Avenue), Leicester Square. John Strype ca. 1720 [28549] 31 x 18 cm. Full hand colour. Top right white corner outside the image re-joined. Very good condition. £100

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636. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘A MAPP OF THE PARISH OF ST. PAULS COVENT GARDEN...’. Detailed plan with table of references, featuring Covent Garden, The Strand, Long Acre, Drury Lane, King Street, Henrietta Street, Bedford Street. John Strype ca. 1720 [26948] 30 x 18 cm.Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £100

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637. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘BILLINGSGATE WARD AND BRIDGE WARD...’. Detailed plan with table of references, featuring London Bridge, Thames Street, Eastcheap, Grace Church Street, The Monument, Fishmongers Hall, Old Billingsgate Fish Market. John Strype ca. 1720 [26949] 30 x 18 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £100

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640. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘COLEMAN STREET WARD AND BASHISHAW WARD...’. Detailed plan with table of references, featuring Coleman Street, Basinghall Street, Gresham / Lothbury Street, Girdlers Hall, Blackwell Hall (part of Guildhall). John Strype ca. 1720 [26952] 35 x 29 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £180

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641. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘A MAP OF THE TOWER LIBERTY...’. 4 plans on one sheet, showing the Tower, Marine (= Wellclose) Square, Little Minories, and Spitalfields with Steward, Artillery and Duke Street. John Strype ca. 1720 [26953] 28 x 35 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £120

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649. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘A MAPP OF THE PARISHES OF ST. SAVIOURS SOUTHWARK AND ST. GEORGES...’. Detailed plan with table of references, featuring London Bridge, Southwark Cathedral, St. Thomas Hospital / Guy’s Hospital, Blackmans Street / St. Margarets Hill (= Borough High Street), Gravel / Dirty Lane (= Great Suffolk Street). John Strype ca. 1720 [26961] 29 x 36 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £180

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659. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘LAMBETH AND CHRIST CHURCH PARISH, SOUTHWARK...’. Detailed plan with table of references, featuring Lambeth Palace, Christ Church, sites of National Theatre, Royal Festival Hall and St. Thomas’ Hospital. John Strype ca. 1720 [26972] 35 x 28 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £150

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663. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘A MAPP OF THE PARISH OF ST. ANNS...’. Detailed plan with table of references, featuring Tiborn Road (= Oxford Street), Kings Square (= Soho Square), Dean Street, Old Compton Street, Kings Street (= Shaftesbury Avenue), Leicester Square. John Strype ca. 1720 [26976] 31 x 18 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £100

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664. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘COWCROSS BEING ST. SEPULCHER PARISH AND THE CHARTER HOUSE...’. Detailed plan with table of references, featuring Cowcross Street, St. John Street, Charterhouse. John Strype ca. 1720 [26977] 16 x 30 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £100

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665. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘QUEEN HITH WARD AND VINTRY WARD...’. Detailed plan with table of references, featuring Upper Thames Street, Queen Street, Vintners Hall, Old Fish Street (= Queen Victoria Street), Garlick Hill. John Strype ca. 1720 [26978] 18 x 30 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £100

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666. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘WALBROOK WARD AND DOWGATE WARD...’. Detailed plan with table of references, featuring Upper Thames Street, Cannon Street, Walbrook, ‘The Stocks Market’ (= site of Mansion House). John Strype ca. 1720 [26979] 31 x 18 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £100

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671. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘ST. JAMES HOUSE’. St. James’s Palace and Gardens, The Mall and Pall Mall. Copper engraving by John Kip for John Strype ca. 1720 [26984] 20 x 33 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £120

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675. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘THE PROSPECT OF GRAYS INN’. Copper engraving by John Strype ca. 1720 [26988] 20 x 33 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £120

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676. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘THE TEMPLE’. Copper engraving by John Strype ca. 1720 [26989] 20 x 33 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £120

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677. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘THE PROSPECT OF GUILD HALL’. Copper engraving by John Strype ca. 1720 [26990] 20 x 32 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £120

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678. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘THE HOSPITALL AT GREENWICH’. Half-birds-eye view of the now Royal Navy College and Palace in Greenwich. Copper engraving by John Kip ca. 1720 [26995] 24 x 33 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £200

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679. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘THE ROYALL EXCHANGE OF LONDON’. Half-birds-eye view of the Royal Exchange. Copper engraving by John Strype ca. 1720 [26996] 24 x 29 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £200

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680. Kip, J. ‘CHELSEY COLLEDGE’. Half-birds-eye view of Chelsea Hospital from the North. Copper engraving by John Kip ca. 1720 [26997] 24 x 33 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £200

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681. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘ST. BARTHOLOMEWS HOSPITALL IN SMITHFIELD’. Copper engraving. John Strype ca. 1720 [27007] 20 x 32 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £120

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682. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘ST THOMAS HOSPITALL IN SOUTHWARK’. Copper engraving. John Strype ca. 1720 [27009] 32 x 20 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £120

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683. Stow, J. / Strype, J. ‘SHOREDITCH, NORTON FOLGATE, AND CREPPLEGATE WITHOUT...’. Detailed plan of the area between Liverpool Station, Old Street and Goswell Road, reaching east to Shoreditch High Street and Norton Folgate. John Strype ca. 1720 [27016] 28 x 35 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £140

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684. Bodenehr, G. ‘LONDEN, WESTMUNSTER U: SOUDWARK’. Plan of London with two title banners in the sky and table of explanations in German to both sides. Extent: Shoreditch, Stepney, Newington, Hyde Park. Published in ‘Force d’Europe...’ by Gabriel Bodenehr in Augsburg ca. 1725 [28525] 16 x 39 cm (16 x 48 incl. side tables of explanations). Recent hand colour. Excellent condition. £350
An extended printed key to numerous landmarks and buildings has been pasted to the right (16 x 23 cm). Howgego 57.

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686. Homann Heirs. ‘URBIUM LONDINI ET WEST-MONASTERII NEC NON SUBURBII SOUTHWARK... / NEUESTER GRUNDRIS DER STAEDTE LONDON UND WEST-MÜNSTER SAMT DER VORSTADT SOUTHWARK...’. Large plan of London, printed on two sheets and joined. Homann Heirs in Nürnberg 1736 [29138] 51 x 117 cm. Large cartouche, 2 tables of explanations. Full original colour with some later additions. Excellent condition. £2000
First edition. - An extension to the east on a third sheet was later added showing parts of Wapping and Stepney. Howgego 81.

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688. Anonymous. ‘VIEW OF LONDON FROM GREENWICH PARK’. Anonymous ca. 1740 [19835] 20 x 30 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £175

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689. Anonymous. ‘A PLAN OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER SHEWING THE FORTS ERECTED BY ORDER OF THE PARLIAMENT IN 1643 & THE DESOLATION BY THE FIRE IN 1666’. Small plan of London after the Great Fire of 1666 and after erection of the City Walls. Gentleman’s Magazine, June 1749 [28520] 19 x 24 cm. Full recent colour. Right border with extended margin. Very good condition. £125

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690. Collins, J. / H. Overton. ‘THE ROYAL HOSPITAL OF GREENWICH’. Large half-birds-eye view of the now Royal Navy College and Palace in Greenwich. Copper engraving by Jacobus Collins, printed by Henry Overton ca. 1750 [29873]
48 x 66 cm. Full recent hand colour. Small area of thinning paper below title, small section on lower left outside image re-margined, otherwise excellent condition. £450

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691. Cole, B. ‘A NEW AND ACCURATE PLAN OF THE CITY OF WESTMINSTER, THE DUTCHY OF LANCASTER AND PLACES ADJACENT’. Plan of Westminster with title cartouche. North orientated to the left. Engraved for Maitland’s Survey of London by Benjamin Cole ca. 1754 [23846] 23 x 36 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £200

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692. Anonymous. ‘VIEW OF LONDON FROM ONE-TREE-HILL IN GREENWICH PARK’. London in the distance, Greenwich in the foreground. Printed and engraved for Gentleman’s Magazine January 1754 [25772] 18 x 24 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £90

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694. Cary, J. ‘CARY’S ACTUAL SURVEY OF THE COUNTRY FIFTEEN MILES ROUND LONDON ON A SCALE OF ONE INCH TO A MILE...’. Atlas containing 50 small hand coloured engraved maps, showing in great detail ‘The Roads, Rivers, Woods and Commons; as well as Every Market Town, Village &c.’. General two-page (index) map at the front and extensive alphabetical index at the back. John Cary 1786 [28510] 8vo, maps 15 x 9 cm each. Frontispiece index map (16 x 18 cm), engraved pictorial title, 50 hand coloured engraved maps, 27 pages of alphabetical index. Contemporary half calf over marbled boards rebacked, corners and edges rubbed, spine gilt. £1000
Manuscript owners’ inscriptions and dedication with small ink drawing inside front cover and on fly leaf. All maps with occasional faint, but unobtrusive offsetting, map 4 partly losened.

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695. Farington, J. ‘VIEW OF LONDON FROM LAMBETH’. Large double page panoramic view of London from the south, aquatinted by Joseph Constantine Stadler after Joseph Farington, and published by J. & J. Boydell 1795 [26930] 33 x 55 cm. Uncoloured sepia aquatint engraving. Excellent condition. £350 Abbey 432.
Joseph Farington R.A. (1747-1821), landscape painter, etcher and aquatint engraver of landscapes. - The engraving is dated 1795 in the plate, but in fact from a later re-issue around 1828.


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696. Farington, J. ‘VIEW OF LONDON FROM GREENWICH PARK’. Large double page panoramic view of London from the south, aquatinted by Joseph Constantine Stadler after Joseph Farington, and published by J. & J. Boydell 1795 [27890] 33 x 55 cm. Uncoloured sepia aquatint engraving. Excellent condition. £350 Abbey 432.
Joseph Farington R.A. (1747-1821), landscape painter, etcher and aquatint engraver of landscapes. - The engraving is dated 1795 in the plate, but in fact from a later re-issue around 1828.

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698. Farington, J. ‘VIEW OF GREENWICH FROM DEPTFORD YARD’. View of Greenwich across the Thames with sailing ships and boats. Sepia aquatint engraving by Joseph Constantine Stadler after Joseph Farrington, published by J. & J. Boydell 1795 [26998] 21 x 32 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75 Abbey 432.
Joseph Farington R.A. (1747-1821), landscape painter, etcher and aquatint engraver of landscapes. - The engraving is dated 1795 in the plate, but in fact from a later re-issue around 1828.

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700. Farington, J. ‘VIEW OF GREENWICH, AND DOWN THE RIVER’. View of Greenwich from the South. Sepia aquatint engraving by Joseph Constantine Stadler after Joseph Farrington, published by J. & J. Boydell 1795 [27000] 21 x 33 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75 Abbey 432.
Joseph Farington R.A. (1747-1821), landscape painter, etcher and aquatint engraver of landscapes. - The engraving is dated 1795 in the plate, but in fact from a later re-issue around 1828.

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701. Farington, J. ‘VIEW OF GREENWICH, AND UP THE RIVER’. View of Greenwich from the East towards London. Sepia aquatint engraving by Joseph Constantine Stadler after Joseph Farrington, published by J. & J. Boydell 1795 [27001] 21 x 33 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75 Abbey 432.
Joseph Farington R.A. (1747-1821), landscape painter, etcher and aquatint engraver of landscapes. - The engraving is dated 1795 in the plate, but in fact from a later re-issue around 1828.

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702. Farington, J. ‘VIEW OF SOMERSET PLACE, THE ADELPHI, ETC. FROM THE TEMPLE GARDEN’. View of Somerset House and the Adelphi, with the Thames and boats. Sepia aquatint engraving by Joseph Constantine Stadler after Joseph Farrington, published by J. & J. Boydell 1795 [27002] 21 x 33 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75 Abbey 432.
Joseph Farington R.A. (1747-1821), landscape painter, etcher and aquatint engraver of landscapes. - The engraving is dated 1795 in the plate, but in fact from a later re-issue around 1828.

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703. Farington, J. ‘LONDON BRIDGE’. View of London Bridge from the Southwest towards the Monument. Sepia aquatint engraving by Joseph Constantine Stadler after Joseph Farrington, published by J. & J. Boydell 1795 [27003] 21 x 33 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75 Abbey 432.
Joseph Farington R.A. (1747-1821), landscape painter, etcher and aquatint engraver of landscapes. - The engraving is dated 1795 in the plate, but in fact from a later re-issue around 1828.

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704. Farington, J. ‘VIEW OF LAMBETH FROM MILLBANK’. View of Lambeth Palace across the Thames. Sepia aquatint engraving by Joseph Constantine Stadler after Joseph Farrington, published by J. & J. Boydell 1795 [27004] 21 x 33 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75 Abbey 432.
Joseph Farington R.A. (1747-1821), landscape painter, etcher and aquatint engraver of landscapes. - The engraving is dated 1795 in the plate, but in fact from a later re-issue around 1828.

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