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  LONDON 
 London Maps 

COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Coleman Street & Bassishaw]
The wards of Coleman Street and Bassishaw taken from the last survey with corrections & amendments. London, 1754. 380 x 245mm. Trimmed close to printed border at sides.
Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London. The two cartouche at the top of the plan, feature the coats of arms of the map's dedicatees, ward Aldermen Robert Alsop and William Baker. The illustrations show the north east prospect of the Parish Church of St Michael Bassishaw and the south east prospect of the Parish Church of St Stephen Coleman Street.
[Ref: 16877]    £160.00 ($206 • €181 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Baynards Castle & Faringdon Ward]
Baynards Castle ward and Faringdon ward within their divisions into parishes according to a new survey London, 1755. 380 x 480mm. Narrow margin on left, repairs to margins.
The plan is decorated with the arms of the arms of Sir Robert Ladbroke, Alderman of Baynard Castle, and William Bridgen, Alderman of Farringdon, to whom the plan is inscribed. There are llustrated views of St Bennet's Church, St Martin's Church and St Andrew's church at bottom right. St Pauls Cathedral is in the centre of the plan. Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London.
[Ref: 17009]    £280.00 ($361 • €317 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Farringdon]
Farringdon ward without with it's division into parishes according to a new survey. London, 1755. 380 x 480mm.
Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London. The heraldic arms of dedicatee Richard Beckford, the ward Alderman, are in a cartouche at the top. Views of Temple Bar and Bridewell North Gate are illustrated.
[Ref: 16885]    £230.00 ($296 • €261 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Langborn & Candlewick]
Langborn ward and Candlewick ward with their divisions into parishes according to a new survey London, 1755. 380 x 470mm.
Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London.The coat of arms of Joseph Hankey, Alderman for Langbourn ward, and Charles Asgill, Alderman for Candlewick ward flank the title cartouche. A view of All Hallows Lombard Street church appear at the top left, with a view of St Clement's church at the bottom centre and St Mary's church at bottom right. The church building shown at bottom left is in fact St Olave Hart Street not All Hallows Staining.
[Ref: 17006]    £200.00 ($258 • €227 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [The plan for London's first bypass]
A plan of the intended New Road from Padington to Islington. London: Gentleman's Magazine, 1756. 165 x 480mm.
The plan to build the Euston Road & Pentonville Road, showing from Edgeware Road east to Islington High Street, with a key to show whose land the proposed route would cut through. It was the scheme of the Duke of Grafton, who wanted a better route to drive his cattle to Smithfield Market. Oxford Steet is also marked, as are Berkeley, Grosvenor, Cavendish, Hanover, Red Lion and Lincoln's Inn Squares. Buildings include Middlesex Hospital, Foundlings Hospital, Montague House (later the British Museum), St Giles's Church, Fenning's Folly (a building named for built on marshy ground), 'Farthing Pye House' (a pub known for its pies, frequented by William Blake) and White Conduit House (future home to the White Conduit Club, later reorganised as the Marylebone Cricket Club).
[Ref: 16899]    £180.00 ($232 • €204 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Aldersgate]
Aldersgate ward with its divisions into precincts and parishes. And the liberty of St. Martins le Grand, according to a new survey. London, 1756. 240 x 390mm.
Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London. Decorated with vignettes of the Parish Churches of St Anne within Aldersgate and the north-east prospect of the Chruch of St Botolph without Aldersgate. The cartouche in the top-right corner bears the arms of William Benn, alderman of the Aldergate ward to whom the plan is dedicated.
[Ref: 16869]    £150.00 ($193 • €170 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Billingsgate & Bridge]
Billinsgate ward and Bridge ward within with their division into parishes according to a new survey. London, 1756. 240 x 380mm.
Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London.The coat of arms of William Beckford, Alderman of Billinsgate, and William Stephenson, Aldermen of Bridge Ward are in the cartouches to the left. Ilustrations of the west prospect of St Mary at Hill near Billingsgate and the north west prospect of St Botolph in Botolph Lane near Billingsgate, decorate the right of the plan. Pudding Lane is in the centre of the plan, this is where the Great Fire of London started in 1666.
[Ref: 16880]    £160.00 ($206 • €181 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Walbrook and Dowgate]
Walbrook Ward and Dowgate Ward with their Divisions into Parishes according to a new survey. London, 1756. 240 x 370mm.
Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London. Decorated with vignettes of the Parish Churches of St Stephen in Walbrook and St Michael Royal College Hill. The cartouches to the left of the title cartouche feature the arms of Slingsby Bethall (the Lord Mayor of London) and Sir Richard Glyn (alderman of the ward). Cannon Street and Thames Street are shown as is 'The Stilliard' the base of the Hansiatic League.
[Ref: 16867]    £150.00 ($193 • €170 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Tower Street]
Tower Street ward with their divisions into parishes according to a new survey. London, 1756. Copper engraving. 370 x 245mm.
Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London. The panel below the plan shows inset views of East India House and Westminster Hall . The cartouche on the left bears the arms of Thomas Chitty, alderman of the Tower Street ward to whom the plan is dedicated. Billingsgate and the Custom House are marked.
[Ref: 16870]    £150.00 ($193 • €170 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Queenhythe & Vintry]
Queen-hith ward and Vintry ward with their divisions into parishes according to a new survey. London, 1756. 245 x380mm.
Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London. The cartouches to the right of the title cartouche bear the arms of Sir Crisp Gascoyne, Alderman of Vintry Ward, and Martin Dickinson, Alderman of Queenhithe Ward to whom the plan is dedicated. The illustration shows the Parish Curch of St Michael's Queenhythe.
[Ref: 16871]    £160.00 ($206 • €181 rates)


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