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

LONDON 1800 - 1910

Antique Maps and Prints of London from 1800 onwards

Exchange rate (approximately):  £ 1.00 = EUR 1.15 = US-$ 1.25

708. Turner, Ch. ‘JAMES THE FIRST, KING OF GREAT BRITAIN’. Full length portrait of James I on a prancing horse, with view of London, Southwark and London Bridge behind. Mezzotint engraving after Delaram. Charles Turner ca. 1810 [19053] 32 x 23 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £175

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709. Anonymous. ‘PLAN VON LONDON UND WESTMINSTER MIT DER BOROUGH VON SOUTHWARK’. Plan of London. Anonymous engraver, published in Prag 1810 [15079] 24 x 49 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £450 H15079LondonPrag(col).jpg (103033 bytes)

712. Greenwood, C. & J. ‘MAP OF THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX...’. County map of , surrounded by large cartouche, compass rose, tables of explanations and references, and views of Westminster Abbey and St. Paul’s Cathedral. Neele for C. Greenwood 1829 [17584] 54 x 65 cm. Dissected into 12 segments and laid down on linen. Antique map fully coloured. Very good condition. £200

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713. Wyld, J. ‘PLAN OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER WITH THE BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK; REDUCED FROM THE LARGE PLAN IN FORTY SHEETS’. Folding map of London, dissected into 40 segments and laid down on linen with green silk bordering. Extent: Hyde Park, Islington, River Lea, Camberwell. James Wyld (successor to W. Faden) 1842 [21078] 71 x 106 cm, with extensive alphabetical list of streets, places, etc. below. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £1150

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714. Little, W. ‘LONDON IN 1842, TAKEN FROM THE SUMMIT OF YORK’S COLUMN’. Two large panoramas above each other on one sheet: A South view, looking across St. James’s Park, The Mall & Horseguards Parade towards Westminster Abbey and beyond, and a North view, looking up Waterloo Place, Lower Regent Street towards Picccadilly and beyond. Published by William Little January 7, 1843 [23245] Two uncoloured wood engravings, each 30 x 119 cm (images), total size including title and subtitle 82 x 119 cm. Excellent condition. £1500
One of the more uncommon large London panoramas of the time, published separately: ‘This Picture of the Metropolis of the British Empire is presented to the Subscribers of the Illustrated London News by The Proprietors’.
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715. Friederichs, J. ‘THE CIRCUITEER’. Unusual folding ‘distance map’ of London ‘to serve as a guide for ascertaining cab fares, porterage & &. With explanations in English, French & German’. The map is covered with circles 4 cm in diameter (to represent half a mile each). With small 32-page booklet of explanations and abstracts of laws, and a list of principal streets and squares. Lithographed by D. Levy Elkan in Cöln and published by Joachim Friederichs ca. 1851 [21004] 50 x 69 cm. Printed in colours. Previously folded, all folds flattened, rather worn and folds browned. Uncommon. £450

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716. Dower, J. ‘ENVIRONS OF LONDON’ - WINDSOR CASTLE TO GRAVESEND’. Plan of the environs of London with small vignette views of important and interesting places. Designed,drawn and engraved by John Dower for Illustrated London News ca. 1851 [23587] 51 x 77 cm. Previously folded. Full colour. Excellent condition. £250

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717. Gillot, F. / Illustrated Times. ‘POSTAL DISTRICT MAP OF LONDON ISSUED WITH THE ILLUSTRATED TIMES’. Antique map of London, unfolded and un-dissected. Extent: Highgate, Plaistow, Dulwich, East Acton. Engraved by Firmin Gillot in Paris by ‘Paniconographie’ (‘a new process of his own invention’) and published with the Illustrated Times July 1858 [20888] 70 x 90 cm. Tables of new postal districts down both sides. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £400 The map is based on Davies’s New Antique map of the British Metropolis.

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718. Anonymous. ‘THE WEST-END RAILWAY DISTRICT, LONDON’. Half birds-eye view of the Westend of London with the Thames and Vauxhall Bridge and Victoria Bridge in the centre, Battersea Park to Vauxhall Gardens on the South Bank, and the area from Chelsea to Pimlico via Kings Road and Cheyne Walk, reaching to the Oratory and Hyde Park, on the North Bank. Woodengraving 1859 [24701] 36 x 52 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £180

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721. Sulman, T. / Loudan, W. M. 'LONDON VIEW FROM THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE THAMES'. Panoramic view of London. T. Sulman after W. Mouat Loudan 1861 [23588] 43 x 133 cm. Uncoloured as issued. Excellent condition. £950

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722. Weller, E. ‘WESTMINSTER, KENNINGTON, LAMBETH, BERMONDSEY’. Southern sheet of Weller’s large nine sheet MAP OF LONDON. Scale: 9 inches to the mile. Extent: St James’s Park (south), South Western Railway Terminus (Waterloo), London Bridge Railway Terminus, Old Kent Road, Grand Surrey Canal, Kennington Oval. Edward Weller for London Dispatch Atlas ca. 1861 [24090] 45 x 63 cm. Edges of River Thames and lower border coloured. Few blank margins frayed and rebacked, otherwise good condition. £180

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723. Weller, E. ‘HOLLOWAY, HIGHBURY & ISLINGTON’. Northern sheet of the large nine sheet MAP OF LONDON. Scale: 9 inches to the mile. Extent: Upper Holloway, Highbury Vale, Highbury Hill, Stoke Newington, Dalston Junction Station, Regent’s Canal, Upper Street & Essex Road, Islington, Great Northern Railway Depot, Camden New Town. Edward Weller 1861 [24133] 45 x 63 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £180

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724. Weller, E. ‘CITY OF LONDON, BLOOMSBURY, COVENT GARDEN, TRAFALGAR SQUARE’. Central sheet of the large nine sheet MAP OF LONDON. Scale: 9 inches to the mile. Extent: Tottenham Court Road, Pentonville Road, Old Street, Bishopsgate, River Thames,Trafalgar Square. Edward Weller 1861 [24134] 45 x 63 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £180

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726. Weller, E. ‘ISLE OF DOGS, DEPTFORD, POOL OF LONDON’. South-eastern sheet sheet of the large nine sheet MAP OF LONDON. Scale: 9 inches to the mile. Extent: Wapping Basin, West India Dock (Isle of Dogs), Peckham New Town. South Eastern Railway indicated. Edward Weller ca. 1861 [25954] 45 x 63 cm. Recent outline colour. Excellent condition. £180

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727. Weller, E. ‘BAYSWATER, NOTTING HILL, KENSAL GREEN, SHEPHERDS BUSH &C.’. Detailed map of the parts of London between Holland Park Avenue and Kensal Green Cemetery. The whole area between Westway and the Great Western Railway has not been built. For Weekly Dispatch Atlas drawn and engraved by Edwar Weller ca. 1863 [23480] 43 x 31 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £125

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728. Newcourt, R. ‘AN EXACT DELINEATION OF THE CITIES OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER AND THE SUBURBS...’. Very large folding half-birds-eye plan of London, with insets of St. Peter’s/Westminster and St. Paul’s/London, coats of arms, table of explanations, etc. Dissected into 36 segments and laid down on linen. Extent: Shoreditch, Limehouse, St. George’s Southwark, Lambeth Palace. Engraved by William Faithorne for Richard Newcourt 1658 [21755]. This is the facsimile edition by Edward Stanford 1863, 100 x 180 cm, folding into original embossed boards, slightly rubbed, the cover title (Newcourt’s Map of Ancient London / 1658) surrounded by 12 coats of arms, gilt. Uncoloured. Occasional faint offsetting from the title, but overall a very good example. £1250
Facsimile edition by Edward Stanford of 1863, a re-publication of the earlier Evans facsimile of 1857, engraved by George Jarman. - Only one complete copy of the original of 1658 is known (Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris), the other known copy (British Library) lacks the title. According to Howgegeo, the appearance of the map and the inset views differ considerably from the original. Howgego 12 (b).
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729. Anonymous. ‘NORTH BANK OF THE THAMES, FROM THE PALACE OF WESTMINSTER TO LONDON BRIDGE...’. Panorama in two parts arranged above each other, showing the Embankment in course of construction, with lively boat and ship scenes on the Thames and St. Paul’s in the background. Illustrated London News 1865 [24703] 33 x 52 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £150

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730. Weller, E. ‘SUBURBS OF LONDON SHEET 4. HAMMERSMITH ETC.’.
Detailed plan of Hammersmith, reaching to Holland Park. Cassell, Petter & Galpin ca. 1865 [25905] 31 x 44 cm. Recent outline colour. Excellent condition. £100

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731. Wyngaerde, A. ‘LONDON, WESTMINSTER, AND SOUTHWARK, AS THEY APPEARED A.D. 1543. FROM A DRAWING BY ANTY. VAN DEN WYNGRERDE..’. Very large panorama of London, printed from two plates and joined, seen from the South, reaching from the Palace of Westminster to the Tower and beyond to Greenwich. References from 1 - 128 below. Designed by the Flemish draughtsman Anthonius van den Wyngaerde around 1550, now engraved by Nathaniel Whittock and published by Whittock and Hyde in London ca. 1871 [23549] 37 x 144 cm. Full hand colour. Few tears in white margins closed, otherwise very good condition. £1450
On the printed subtitle the spelling of the correct name ‘Wyngaerde’ is actually ‘Wyngrerde’ as cited above. - This is NOT the later 20th century reprint which is often found.
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732A. Stanford, E. ‘TOWER HAMLETS’. Large and highly detailed folding map, dissected into 12 segments and laid down on linen. Reaching far beyond Tower Hamlets from Whitechapel and Wapping via Limehouse to Bow, the Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf. Edward Stanford’s Geographical Establishment ca. 1875 [28528] 67 x 60 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. Six inches to a mile. £550
Howgego 168.

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732B. Stanford, E. ‘SOUTHWARK’. Highly detailed folding map, dissected into 4 segments and laid down on linen. Reaching on the southside of the Thames from Blackfriars Bridge via Bermondsey to Rotherhithe. Edward Stanford’s Geographical Establishment ca. 1875 [28529] 29 x 52 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. Six inches to a mile. £250
Howgego 168.

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732C. Stanford, E. ‘CHELSEA’. Large and highly detailed folding map, dissected into 12 segments and laid down on linen. Covering the whole Southwest London area north of the Thames between Sloane Street, Fulham, Hammersmith, Brompton, Kensington, Notting Hill and Kensal Green. Edward Stanford’s Geographical Establishment ca. 1875 [28530] 66 x 67 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. Six inches to a mile. £2400
Howgego 168.

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732D. Stanford, E. ‘WESTMINSTER’. Highly detailed folding map, dissected into 4 segments and laid down on linen. Covering Westminster, Pimlico, Belgravia, Hyde Park, St. James’s and Mayfair. Edward Stanford’s Geographical Establishment ca. 1875 [28531] 35 x 54 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. Six inches to a mile. £550
Howgego 168.

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732E. Stanford, E. ‘CITY OF LONDON’. Small folding map of the City of London, dissected into 2 segments and laid down on linen. Edward Stanford’s Geographical Establishment ca. 1875 [28532] 18 x 29 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. Six inches to a mile. £250
Howgego 168.

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732F. Stanford, E. ‘FINSBURY’. Large and highly detailed folding map, dissected into 8 segments and laid down on linen. Reaching from Lincoln’s Inn Fields and Finsbury Circus up North to Upper Holloway and Stoke Newington, covering Clerkenwell, Canonbury, Islington, Barnsbury and Highbury. Edward Stanford’s Geographical Establishment ca. 1875 [28533] 67 x 46 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. Six inches to a mile. £450
Howgego 168.

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732G. Stanford, E. ‘MARYLEBONE’. Large and highly detailed folding map, dissected into 12 segments and laid down on linen. Reaching from Paddington and Euston Railway Stations up to Hampstead and Highgate, with Regent’s Park, Primrose Hill and St. John’s Wood in the centre. Edward Stanford’s Geographical Establishment ca. 1875 [28534] 67 x 62 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. Six inches to a mile. £950
Howgego 168.

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732H. Stanford, E. ‘HACKNEY’. Large and highly detailed folding map, dissected into 8 segments and laid down on linen. Reaching from Bethnal Green via Hoxton, the site of the planned Victoria Park and Hackney to Upper Clapton. Edward Stanford’s Geographical Establishment ca. 1875 [28535] 63 x 53 cm. Uncoloured as issued, except for boundaries in red. Excellent condition. Six inches to a mile. £250
Howgego 168.

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732K. Stanford, E. ‘LAMBETH’. Very large and highly detailed folding (wall) map of Southwest London, dissected into 32 segments and laid down on linen. Reaching South of the Thames from Lambeth to Wandsworth and further down to Tooting, Streatham, Norwood, Dulwich, and East to Peckham. Edward Stanford’s Geographical Establishment ca. 1875 [28536] 104 x 144 cm. Uncoloured as issued, except for boundaries in red. Excellent condition. Six inches to a mile. £450
Howgego 168.

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732L. Stanford, E. ‘GREENWICH’. Very large and highly detailed folding (wall) map, dissected into 32 segments and laid down on linen. Covering Greenwich, Woolwich, Plumstead, reaching South to Sydenham, Southend and Eltham. Blackheath in the centre. Edward Stanford’s Geographical Establishment ca. 1875 [28538] 104 x 145 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £850
Howgego 168.

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735. Norden, J. ‘LONDON’. An 1876 wood engraving of John Norden’s 1593 Plan of the City of London with title scroll, Tudor and City Arms, and the Arms of 12 principal City Companies down both sides and explanations below. Published by The Graphic 1876 [22840] 25 x 34 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £120

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736K. Bacon & Co., G. W. [UNTITLED]. Large double page antique map of northwest London, covering mostly Cricklewood and Willesden Green, with very few housing yet built. Scale: Nine inches to a mile. G. W. Bacon & Co., ca. 1879 [28868] 57.5 x 45.5 cm. Original colour. Light dust soiling to white outer margins. Very good condition. £125
From the very uncommon series of early and large (in size and scale) Bacon maps of London.

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736L. Bacon & Co., G. W. [UNTITLED]. Large double page antique map of northwest London, reaching from Kensal Green to Nottinghill, Holland Park, Shepherds Bush and Brook Green. Scale: Nine inches to a mile. G. W. Bacon & Co., ca. 1879 [28869] 58.5 x 46 cm. Original colour. Light dust soiling to white outer margins. Very good condition. £375
From the very uncommon series of early and large (in size and scale) Bacon maps of London.

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736M. Bacon & Co., G. W. [UNTITLED]. Large double page antique map of west London, reaching from Hammersmith to North End, Fulham, Putney and Barnes. Scale: Nine inches to a mile. G. W. Bacon & Co., ca. 1879 [28870] 59.5 x 46 cm. Original colour. Light dust soiling to white outer margins. Very good condition. £400
From the very uncommon series of early and large (in size and scale) Bacon maps of London.

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736N. Bacon & Co., G. W. [UNTITLED]. Large double page antique map of northeast London, covering Wanstead, Stratford and West Ham. Scale: Nine inches to a mile. G. W. Bacon & Co., ca. 1879 [28871] 57.5 x 30.5 cm. Original colour. Very good condition. £150
From the very uncommon series of early and large (in size and scale) Bacon maps of London.

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736P. Bacon & Co., G. W. [UNTITLED]. Large double page antique map of east London, covering the site of the (now) O2 Arena, the East India Docks, Poplar and Canning Town. Scale: Nine inches to a mile. G. W. Bacon & Co., ca. 1879 [28872] 56.5 x 30 cm. Original colour. Very good condition. £250
From the very uncommon series of early and large (in size and scale) Bacon maps of London.

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736Q. Bacon & Co., G. W. [UNTITLED]. Large double page antique map of southeast London, showing mostly Greenwich, Greenwich Park and Blackheath. Scale: Nine inches to a mile. G. W. Bacon & Co., ca. 1879 [28873] 54.5 x 44 cm. Original colour. Very good condition. £400
From the very uncommon series of early and large (in size and scale) Bacon maps of London.

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736R. Bacon & Co., G. W. [UNTITLED]. Large double page antique map of north London, covering Finchley, Muswell Hill, Highgate, Hampstead, Golders Green, Hendon and Kingsbury Green in the west. Scale: Four inches to a mile. G. W. Bacon & Co., ca. 1879 [28874] 39 x 62 cm. Original colour. Very good condition. £375
From the very uncommon series of early and large Bacon maps of London.

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736S. Bacon & Co., G. W. [UNTITLED]. Large double page antique map of northeast London, reaching from Hornsey and Crouch End to Walthamstow, and from Tottenham to Stamford Hill and Upper Clapton. Scale: Four inches to a mile. G. W. Bacon & Co., ca. 1879 [28875] 39 x 62 cm. Original colour. Very good condition. £200
From the very uncommon series of early and large Bacon maps of London.

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736T. Bacon & Co., G. W. [UNTITLED]. Large double page antique map of southwest London, reaching from Richmond Park to Streatham, and from Putney and Wandsworth to Wimbledon and Merton. Scale: Four inches to a mile. G. W. Bacon & Co., ca. 1879 [28876] 43 x 62 cm. Original colour. Very good condition. £300
From the very uncommon series of early and large Bacon maps of London.

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736U. Bacon & Co., G. W. [UNTITLED]. Large double page antique map of southeast London, reaching from Norwood and Dulwich to South End, and from Peckham to Sydenham, Crystal Palace and Beckenham. Scale: Four inches to a mile. G. W. Bacon & Co., ca. 1879 [28877] 43 x 62 cm. Original colour. Very good condition. £150
From the very uncommon series of early and large Bacon maps of London.

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736W. Bacon & Co., G. W. [UNTITLED]. Large double page antique map of southeast London, reaching from Woolwich and the Victoria Dock (now London City Airport) via Shooters Hill to Eltham and Mottingham. Scale: Four inches to a mile. G. W. Bacon & Co., ca. 1879 [28878] 62.5 x 46 cm. Original colour. Very good condition. £200
From the very uncommon series of early and large Bacon maps of London.

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738. Smith & Son, W. H. ‘ENVIRONS OF LONDON’. Folding map of London and its environs, not dissected. Extent: Windsor, Potters Bar, Barking, Epsom. W. H. Smith & Son ca. 1880 [26222] 71 x 84 cm, folding into original boards. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £150

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740. Letts, Son & Co. ‘GEOLOGICAL MAP OF THE ENVIRONS OF LONDON’. Scale: 3/4 Inch to the Mile. Extent: Southgate, Barking, Norwood, Hanwell. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [25593] 31 x 39 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £120

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741. Letts, Son & Co. ‘LONDON (WEST)’ and ‘LONDON (EAST)’. Two interesting plans of London, laid on linen, not joined, showing the high water marks in feet above Trinity. Extent: Islington, Isle of Dogs, Camberwell, Kensington Gardens. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [25597] 39 x 66 cm when joined. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £180

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743. Bacon, G. W. [DARTMOUTH PARK, KENTISH TOWN, HAVERSTOCK HILL, PRIMROSE HILL, CAMDEN]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1886 [26449] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £180 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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744. Bacon, G. W. [PECKHAM, DEPTFORD, GREENWICH, BLACKHEATH, LEWISHAM, BROCKLEY, EAST DULWICH]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1886 [26450] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £120 4-inch scale.

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745. Bacon, G. W. [BARNES, CHISWICK, FULHAM, CHELSEA, BATTERSEA, WANDSWORTH, PUTNEY]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1886 [26451] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £150 4-inch scale.

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748. Bacon, G. W. [CENTRAL LONDON. Extent: HYDE PARK, REGENTS PARK, SHOREDITCH, TOWER, LAMBETH PALACE]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1886 [26454] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £150 4-inch scale.

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749A. Bacon, G. W. ‘BACON’S NEW MAP OF LONDON DIVIDED INTO HALF MILE SQUARES & CIRCLES’. Antique map of Central London. Extent: Holland Park, Hampstead, West India Docks, Brixton. G. W. Bacon ca. 1888 [27700] 65 x 82 cm. Previously folded. Original outline colour. Very good condition. £400
Hyde 160/C.

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750. Brewer, H. W. ‘A BIRD’S EYE VIEW OF THE WEST END OF LONDON’. Large panoramic view of London from Pimlico in the left of the picture to Downing Street on the right. Buckingham Palace and Green Park in the centre with Chelsea, Kensington and the Albert Hall in the background. Wood engraving supplement to The Graphic by H. W. Brewer 1889 [26931] 40 x 111 cm. Full superb recent hand colour. Excellent condition. £950

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751. Brewer, H. W. ‘LONDON’.  . Two panoramic views on one sheet. The first is a copy of the famous engraving drawn by Visscher in 1616 (copy by the Topographical Society in 1889). The second ‘up to date’ view from Waterloo bridge to East of the Tower is drawn by H. W. Brewer. The Graphic 1890 [21501] Uncoloured wood engravings,17 x 103 cms each. £750

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757. Stanford, E. ‘CENTRAL LONDON, SOUTH EAST’. The South East part of Central London. Extent: Vauxhall, St Katherine Docks, Limehouse Reach and Peckham Rye. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [23111] 33 x 48 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £150

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758. Stanford, E. ‘CENTRAL LONDON, NORTH EAST’. The North East part of Central London. Extent: Victoria Park, Limehouse, Tower Bridge, Charing Cross, Kings Cross, Islington, The City. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [23112] 33 x 48 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £150

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759. Stanford, E. ‘CENTRAL LONDON, NORTH WEST’ The North West part of Central London. Extent: Shepherds Bush, Primrose Hill, Bloomsbury, Kensington Gardens/Hyde Park. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [23952] 33 x 48 cm. Printed in full colour. Excellent condition. £250

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760. Stanford, E. ‘CENTRAL LONDON, SOUTH WEST’. The South West part of Central London. Extent: Hamersmith, Kensington Gardens/Hyde Park, Vauxhall Bridge, Battersea/Wandsworth, Fulham & Chelsea. Edward Stanford ca. 1894 [23953] 33 x 48 cm. Printed in full colour. Excellent condition. £350

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761. Bartholomew, J. ‘LONDON’. Antique map of Central London. Extent: Hyde Park, St Catherine’s Dock, Vauxhall and Kings Cross. John Bartholomew ca. 1896 [25608] 32 x 42 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £120

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764. Stanford, E. (WEMBLEY, KINGSBURY, NEASDEN, WILLESDEN). Stanford’s map of the County of London. Sheet 1, Willesden, Hendon, The Hyde, Neasden, Wembley Park, Sudbury. Edward Stanford 1894 - 1901 [23094] 37 x 42 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £100

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766. Stanford, E. (HACKNEY, WANSTEAD, EPPING, WEST HAM & FOREST GATE). Stanford’s map of the County of London. Sheet 4, Epping Forest, Hackney Marsh, Wanstead Flats, Stratford. Edward Stanford 1894 - 1901 [23097] 37 x 42 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £100

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768. Stanford, E. (EAST HAM, BARKING, WOOLWICH, LONDON CITY AIRPORT, SITE OF OLYMPICS 2012). Stanford’s map of the county of London, Sheet 10. East Ham, Barking, Creekmouth, North Woolwich, the site of London City Airport and the Olympics 2012. Edward Stanford 1894 - 1901 [23100] 37 x 42 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £100

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769. Stanford, E. (KENNINGTON, STOCKWELL, DULWICH & PECKHAM). Stanford’s map of the County of London. Sheet 13, Kennington, Stockwell, Dulwich, Peckham. Edward Stanford 1894 - 1901 [23103] 37 x 42 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £120

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770. Stanford, E. (WOOLWICH, SHOOTERS HILL & PLUMSTEAD). Stanford’s map of the County of London. Sheet 15, Woolwich Common, Eltham, Plumstead, Welling. Edward Stanford 1894 - 1901 [23105] 37 x 42 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £100

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772. Stanford, E. (SYDENHAM, BECKENHAM & BROMLEY). Stanford’s map of the County of London, Sheet 19 C. Edward Stanford 1894 - 1901 [23109] 37 x 42 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £100

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777. Stanford, E. ‘STANFORD’S NEW MAP OF THE COUNTY OF LONDON’, here: [BARKING - WOOLWICH - ELTHAM - SIDCUP - CHISLEHURST]. Folding map of East London, reaching from Barking down toWoolwich with the (now) City Airport, Eltham, Sidcup and Chislehurst, being a large vertical part of Stanford’s monumenta ‘New Antique map of the County of London on the scale of four inches to one mile’. Dissected into 18 segments and laid down on linen. Edward Stanford ca. 1905 [25426] 97 x 40 cm, excluding large title box above. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £120

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778. Philip, G. ‘PHILIPS’ NEW MAP OF CENTRAL LONDON’. Antique map of London, printed on thin linen/silk. Extent: Kentish Town, London Docks, South Lambeth, Notting Hill. George Philip & Son ca. 1905 [25958] 40 x 56 cm, folding into original slipcase (12 x 9 cm). Uncoloured. Excellent condition. Uncommon. £200 Accompanied by 16-page booklet entitled ‘Miniature Guide to London’.

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779. Bartholomew, J. ‘BARTHOLOMEW’S PLAN OF LONDON’. All four sections on one map. North-East London, centred on Leyton. Extent: Finsbury Park, Woodford Green, Ilford, Stepney. North-West London, centred on Hampstead and Golders Green. Extent: Wembley, Finchley, Highbury, Regents Park. South-East London, centred on Greenwich. Extent: Kennington, Isle of Dogs, Woolwich, Eltham, Sydenham. South-West London, centred on Chelsea, Hydepark, Chiswick, Balham & Wimbledon. John Bartholomew ca. 1908 [24143] 111 x 152 cm. Original outline colour. Slightly faded but otherwise in good condition. £200

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779A. Bacon, G. W. [FULHAM, PARSONS GREEN, WANDSWORTH, PUTNEY]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1907 [26273] 30 x 48 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £180
These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.
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779D. Bacon, G. W. ( GREENWICH, BLACKHEATH, LEE) Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1907 [26301] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £220
These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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779F. Bacon, G. W. [WEST LONDON. Extent: HAMMERSMITH, KENSINGTON, KENSAL GREEN, PADDINGTON]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26243] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £120
4-inch scale.

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779G. Bacon, G. W. [CENTRAL LONDON. Extent: HYDE PARK, REGENTS PARK, SHOREDITCH, TOWER, LAMBETH PALACE]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26244] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £150
4-inch scale.

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779H Bacon, G. W. [HOUNSLOW, SPRING GROVE, BRENTFORD, KEW, EAST SHEEN, RICHMOND, ISLEWORTH]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26247] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £90
4-inch scale.

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779J. Bacon, G. W. [KENSAL GREEN, KENSAL NEW TOWN, NORTH KENSINGTON, ST. QUINTIN PARK]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26270] 30 x 48 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £120
These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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779K. Bacon, G. W. [CHELSEA, BATTERSEA PARK, WALWORTH, CAMBERWELL, EAST DULWICH, HERNE HILL, BRIXTON, CLAPHAM]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26278] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £120
4-inch scale.

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779L. Bacon, G. W. [DARTMOUTH PARK, KENTISH TOWN, HAVERSTOCK HILL, PRIMROSE HILL, CAMDEN]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26280] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £180
These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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780. Bacon, G. W. [HENDON, CHURCH END, FINCHLEY, WOODSIDE PARK, EAST END, MILL HILL]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26234] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £100 4-inch scale.

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781. Bacon, G. W. [KINGSBURY, WILLESDEN, CRICKLEWOOD, GOLDERS GREEN, CHILDS HILL, HAMPSTEAD]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26238] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £120 4-inch scale.

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782. Bacon, G. W. [HIGHGATE, FINSBURY PARK, HIGHBURY, CANONBURY, HOLLOWAY, KENTISH TOWN, HAMPSTEAD HEATH]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26239] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £120 4-inch scale.

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787. Bacon, G. W. [PLAISTOW, BARKING, NORTH WOOLWICH, CITY AIRPORT]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26246] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £120 4-inch scale. H26246London13.jpg (103055 bytes)

788. Bacon, G. W. [HOUNSLOW, SPRING GROVE, BRENTFORD, KEW, EAST SHEEN, RICHMOND, ISLEWORTH]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26247] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £90 4-inch scale.

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790. Bacon, G. W. [PECKHAM, DEPTFORD, GREENWICH, BLACKHEATH, LEWISHAM, BROCKLEY, EAST DULWICH]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26249] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £120 4-inch scale.

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791. Bacon, G. W. [TWICKENHAM, PETERSHAM, RICHMOND PARK, NORBITON, HAMPTON WICK, BUSHY PARK, TEDDINGTON, NEW HAMPTON]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26251] 31 x 49 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £120 4-inch scale.

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793. Bacon, G. W. [HAMPSTEAD HEATH, NORTH END, KENWOOD, HIGHGATE, NORTH HILL]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26263] 30 x 48 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £200 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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795. Bacon, G. W. [RAVENSCOURT PARK, HAMMERSMITH, WEST KENSINGTON, FULHAM]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26272] 30 x 48 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £180 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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797. Bacon, G. W. [WANDSWORTH BRIDGE ROAD, BATTERSEA, CLAPHAM JUNCTION, LAVENDER HILL]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26274] 30 x 48 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £180 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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798. Bacon, G. W. [WANDSWORTH, CLAPHAM, STOCKWELL, BRIXTON]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26275] 30 x 48 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £120 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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800. Bacon, G. W. [NEW PECKHAM, NEW CROSS, DEPTFORD NEW TOWN, BROCKLEY, NUNHEAD]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26277] 30 x 48 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £150 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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802. Bacon, G. W. [HAMPSTEAD, FINCHLEY, WEST END, KILBURN, ST. JOHNS WOOD]. Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26279] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £180 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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804. Bacon, G. W. [TUFNELL PARK, UPPER and LOWER HOLLOWAY, BARNSBURY, CAMDEN TOWN] . Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26281] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £150 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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807. Bacon, G. W. [HACKNEY MARSHES, HACKNEY WICK, VICTORIA PARK, OLDFORD] . Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26284] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £150 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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808. Bacon, G. W. [LEYTON, STRATFORD, WEST HAM, Site of LONDON OLYMPICS 2012] . Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26286] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £150 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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809. Bacon, G. W. [KILBURN, WESTBOURNE PARK, PADDINGTON, BAYSWATER] . Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26287] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £180 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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811. Bacon, G. W. [SHOREDITCH, FINSBURY, THE CITY] . Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26290] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £180 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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812. Bacon, G. W. [BETHNAL GREEN, WHITECHAPEL, MILE END, SHADWELL, LONDON DOCKS] . Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26291] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £150 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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813. Bacon, G. W. [MILE END, BOW, TOWER HAMLETS, LIMEHOUSE, POPLAR] . Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26292] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £150 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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816. Bacon, G. W. [WESTMINSTER, LAMBETH, KENNINGTON] . Detailed map from Bacon’s ‘New Large-scale Atlas of London and Suburbs’. G. W. Bacon 1908 [26296] 46 x 32 cm. Original colour. Excellent condition. £240 These 9-inch large scale Bacon maps are rarely offered for sale, showing smaller areas in much greater detail than the common 4-inch scale maps.

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819. Stanford, E. ‘STANFORD’S LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON AND IT’S SUBURBS’ - ( Sheet 1). Cricklewood, Golder’s Green, Northend, Childs Hill, Hampstead. Edward Stanford c. 1890 [27461] 33 x 41 cm. Original coloured plan. £120

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820. Stanford, E. ‘STANFORD’S LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON AND IT’S SUBURBS’ - ( Sheet 2). Hampstead, Kenwood, Highgate, Crouch End, Holloway, Tufnell Park, Edward Stanford c. 1890 [27462] 33 x 41 cm. Original coloured plan. £150
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821. Stanford, E. ‘STANFORD’S LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON AND IT’S SUBURBS’ - ( Sheet 4). Walthamstow, Leyton, Lea Bridge Road. Edward Stanford c. 1890 [27464] 33 x 41 cm. Original coloured plan. £100
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822. Stanford, E. ‘STANFORD’S LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON AND IT’S SUBURBS’ - ( Sheet 5). Kensal Green, Willesden, Kilburn, St John’s Wood, Paddington. Edward Stanford c. 1890 [27465] 33 x 41 cm. Original coloured plan. £150
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824. Stanford, E. ‘STANFORD’S LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON AND IT’S SUBURBS’ - ( Sheet 7). Clerkenwell, Islington, Canonbury, Dalston, Hackney, Bethnal Green, Hoxton. Edward Stanford c. 1890 [27467] 33 x 41 cm. Original coloured plan. £150
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825. Stanford, E. ‘STANFORD’S LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON AND IT’S SUBURBS’ - ( Sheet 8). Old Ford, Victoria Park, Hackney Wick, Wanstead, Stratford New Town, West Ham, Bow. Site of 2012 Olympic Games. Edward Stanford c. 1890 [27468] 33 x 41 cm. Original coloured plan. £120 H27468LondonStanford8.jpg (135225 bytes)
834. Stanford, E. ‘STANFORD’S LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON AND IT’S SUBURBS’ - ( Sheet 17). Putney Heath, Wimbledon, Putney, Wandsworth, Duntshill, Garratt. Edward Stanford c. 1890 [27477] 33 x 41 cm. Original coloured plan. £180
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837. Stanford, E. ‘STANFORD’S LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON AND IT’S SUBURBS’ - ( Sheet 20). Brockley Hill Park, Depford, Lewisham, Lee Green, Rush Green. Edward Stanford c. 1890 [27480] 33 x 41 cm. Original coloured plan. £120
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839. Stanford, E. ‘STANFORD’S LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON AND IT’S SUBURBS’ - ( Sheet 22). Mitcham, Tooting, Streatham. Edward Stanford c. 1890 [27482] 33 x 41 cm. Original coloured plan. £120
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842. Norden, J. ‘LONDON’. Facsimile map of John Norden’s famous London map of 1593 on a reduced scale. Published in London by A. & C. Black 1908 [26400] 18 x 24 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £90 H26400LondonNorden(Facs).jpg (101300 bytes)

843. Braun, G. / Hogenberg, F. ‘LONDINUM FERACISSIMI ANGLIAE REGNI METROPOLIS’. Facsimile map of Braun & Hogenberg’s famous London map of 1572 on a much reduced scale. Published in London by A. & C. Black 1908 [26401] 14 x 21 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £70

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