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 London Maps 

HOMANN HEIRS. [The environs of London, with a prospect of the city]
Regionis Quae Est Circa Londinum, Specialis Representatio... Nuremberg, c.1741. Original colour with additions. 510 x 580mm.
A mid-eighteenth century German map of London's environs, extending to High Wickham in the west, clockwise to Dunstable, Luton ('Ludon'), Chelmsford ('Chlemsford'), Rochester, Leatherhead ('Lederhead') and Maidenhead. Underneath is a prospect of showing from the Palce of Wetminster to the Tower of London, featuring London Bridge covered in houses. HOWGEGO No. 88.
[Ref: 15751]    £800.00 ($1,040 • €920 rates)

NEELE, S.J. [Map of London as it was in 1563]
London and Westminster in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth Anno Dom 1563. London, c. 1793. Coloured. 210 x 550mm.
A map of Elizabethan London, with the buildings shown in perspective, based on the large woodcut plan of London of c.1560 attributed to Ralph Agas. Covent Garden is shown as an area of fields named 'Convent Garden' as it belonged to the Abbey of St Peter's at Westminster. St Paul's, The Globe and the Tower of London are marked on the map.
[Ref: 16979]    £650.00 ($845 • €748 rates)

LANGLEY & BELCH. [Town plan of Georgian London with illustrated borders]
Langley & Belch's New Map of London. London, 1812. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen as issued; 530 x 800mm, in original slipcase with publisher's titled label.
An uncommon map of London, with 24 vignette views of buildings. On the map and illustrated are the West & East India Docks, opened 1802 & 1806 respectively. Of interest is the attention paid to 'Projected Works', coloured yellow. These include: Regents Park and the 'Intended Road' running south (although still showing Jew's Harp tea rooms and Willans Farm, both mentioned in William Blake's 'Jerusalem'); Waterloo Bridge and the southern approach roads; 'Regent Bridge', now Vauxhall Bridge, and the Vauxhall Bridge Road; and the Duke of Bedford's development around Tavistock Square in Bloomsbury. HOWGEGO: 256, plate 13. First state.
[Ref: 16365]    £2,750.00 ($3,575 • €3,163 rates)

NEWTON, J. & W. [One of the few Georgian maps of Hampstead]
Hampstead. London, 1814. Coloured. 450 x 420mm.
A rare map of Hampstead and its environs, compiled by J. & W. Newton and engraved by Quilley for John James Park's 'The Topography and Natural History of Hampstead, in the County of Middlesex'. The boundaries are the Edgeware Road on the left, clockwise to North End, The Spaniards Inn, Haverstock Hill and Primrose Hill. The title vignette features St John-at-Hampstead Church. John James Park (1795-1833), a noted jurist and legal historian, was the son of Maria Hester Reynolds Park, one of the most prolific of the 18th century women composers.
This item is currently on reserve

LANGLOIS, Hyacinthe. [Plan of London]
Nouveau Plan de Londres et du Bourg de Southwark. Paris, Langlois, c. 1817. French text. 300 x 610mm.
Detailed plan of London with a translation of English to French words below.
[Ref: 17091]    £800.00 ($1,040 • €920 rates)

THOMPSON, George. [A plan of Georgian London]
A New Map of London and its environs From an Original Survey Extending 8 Miles, East and West, 6¼ Miles, North & South, in which All new and intended Buildings, Improvements &c, Are carefully Inserted. Third Edition. London: Hoare & Reeves, 1825. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, as issued, total 660 x 820mm.
Plan of London extending to Brompton in the west, clockwise to Kentish Town, Clapton, the East India Docks, Greenwich, Camberwell & Battersea. On the map the development of Duke of Westminster's estates around Belgrave and Eaton squares has started. A key of the principal streets has been pasted on the reverse. HOWGEGO: 289a.
[Ref: 17428]    £1,800.00 ($2,340 • €2,070 rates)

TEGG. Thomas. [Plan of London during the reign of George IV]
Tegg's, New Plan of London, &c. With 360 References to the Principal Streets &c. 1825. London: Tegg, 1825. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, as issued, total 440 x 615mm, folded into publisher's marbled slipcase. Slipcase worn.
A fine plan of central London extending to Lord's Cricket Ground in the north west, clockwise to Pentonville, Hackney, Limehouse, Newington Butts and Chelsea Hospital. At the time of publication John Nash was planning the remodelling St James's Park, and the map is coloured to show the areas affected. Underneath is an extensive key linked to the numbered squares on the map. HOWGEGO: 295, 3.
[Ref: 17224]    £700.00 ($910 • €805 rates)

CREIGHTON, R. [A plan of London during the reign of William IV]
A Plan of London and its Environs. London, 1834. Coloured. 350 x 470mm. Binding folds flattened, repairs to folds.
Steel-engraved town plan, engraved by J. & C. Walker for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary. This state has only a 'proposed' railway shown, the London and Greenwich Railway, and Buckingham Palace is still called the 'King's Place'. HOWGEGO: 330, this state not listed.
[Ref: 17549]    £750.00 ($975 • €863 rates)

COLTON, J.H. [London in the 1860s]
The Environs of London. New York, c.1856. Original colour. 330 x 405mm.
A plan of Victorian London, showing Richmond to the west and Barking to the east; Southgate to the north and Bromley to the south.
[Ref: 17483]    £425.00 ($553 • €489 rates)

WELLER, Edward. [Mid-nineteenth century map of Central London]
London ( Central Sheet ) London: Cassell, Petter & Gilpin, c.1863. Outline colour. 470 x 640mm.
The Central sheet from the nine-sheet map originally published by Edward Weller in the Weekly Dispatch newspaper. This sheet covers Tottenham Court Road, Lincolns Inn Fields, Pall Mall, London Bridge, and the Tower.
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