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  LONDON 
 London Maps 

STOW, John. [Parish plan of Stepney]
A map of the parish of St Dunstans, Stepney als Stebunheath, divided into Hamlets London, 1755. 310 x 420mm. Repairs to margins.
A detailed plan of the parish of St Dunstan's, Stepney, covering Stepney, Bethnal Green (formerly Mile End Newtown), Mile End Oldtown, Limehouse, Poplar (Canary Wharf) and Wapping. From the 1755 edition of Stow's Survey of the cities of London and Westminster.
[Ref: 17051]    £395.00 ($519 • €449 rates)


STOW, John. [Parish plan of Wapping]
St. Mary, White Chapel and St. John, Wapping Parish. London, 1755. 360 x 310mm.
Plan of the parishes of St Mary, White Chapel and St John, Wapping with an extesnive key. From the 1755 edition of Stow's Survey of the cities of London and Westminster.
[Ref: 17053]    £250.00 ($329 • €284 rates)


STOW, John. [Parish plan of Bermondsey]
A Map of the Parish of St Mary Magdalen Bermondsey. London, 1755. 300 x 370mm.
Plan of the parish of St Mary Magdalen Bermondsey, with two keys.From the 1755 edition of Stow's Survey of the cities of London and Westminster.
[Ref: 17052]    £240.00 ($316 • €273 rates)


STOW, John. [Parish plan of Cripplegate]
A Map of St Giles Cripple Gate Without. With Large Additions and Corrections London, 1755. 300 x 370mm.
Plan of the parish of St Giles, Cripplegate, in the City of London with a table of references to places in the parishes. From the 1755 edition of Stow's Survey of the cities of London and Westminster.
[Ref: 17054]    £195.00 ($256 • €222 rates)


STRYPE, John. [Plan of St Sepulcher's Parish]
A map of St. Sepulchers without Charter House liberty and Clarkenwell parish London, c.1755. 290 x 370mm.
Plan of St Sepulchre's without, the Charterhouse Liberty and the parish of Clerkenwell from the 1755 edition of Stow's Survey of the cities of London and Westminster.. Stow's imprint appears along the foot of the plate which also states that the plan has been published ''According to Act of Parliament''. There is an 86 item key showing various places marked on the map. Not within the key, yet still of interest are Sadlers wells; Sheep Skin Market and Ducking Pond.
[Ref: 17011]    £280.00 ($368 • €318 rates)


STRYPE, John. [Plan of the parish of Spitalfields, Shoreditch]
Spittle Fields & places adjacent. London, 1755. 300 x 360mm.
Plan of the Parish of Spitalfields, Shoreditch. A 44 point key references various place names. From the 1755 edition of Stow's Survey of the cities of London and Westminster.
[Ref: 17025]    £290.00 ($381 • €329 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 ($237 • €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 ($197 • €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 ($210 • €182 rates)


Anonymous. [A broadsheet antique map of roads between Greenwich & Woolwich]
A Plan of several Roads between Lord Cardigan's Corner on Black Heath, and Woolwich Warren. c.1760. 270 x 560mm. Some faint toning.
An odd sketch antique map, orientated with north to the top, comparing the different routes from Lord Cardigan's Corner, on the edge of Greenwich Park, through Charleton to Woolwich Warren, the old name for the Royal Arsenal. The roads, crossing Blackheath and Woolwich Common, are now Shooters Hill Road (A2 and A207) from the A205 to Greenwich Park, the A205 from Shooters Hill Road down to Woolwich, and the B210 through Charlton. 'Lord Cardigan's Corner' was Park Corner House, an addition to Montague House, the Earl of Cardigan's estate on on the edge of Greenwich Park. It would seems this map was drawn for his benefit. It appears the map is unfinished: a little vignette ship sits in the middle of blank space, roughly where the Thames would be.
[Ref: 12334]    £550.00 ($723 • €625 rates)


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