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  LONDON 
 London Maps 

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 ($191 • €168 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 ($204 • €180 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Portsoken]
Portsoken ward with its division into parishes according to a new survey. London, 1756. 380 x 240mm.
Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London. The top cartouche bears the heraldic arms of William Calvert, Alderman for Portsoken to whom the plan is dedicated. An illustration of the facade of Leadenhall market is at thte top left.
[Ref: 16872]    £140.00 ($178 • €157 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Limestreet]
A new and correct plan of Limestreet ward with its division 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 bears the arms of John Porter, Alderman of Lime Street, to whom the plan is dedicated. The illustration shows the Parish Curch of St Michael's Queenhythe.
[Ref: 16873]    £150.00 ($191 • €168 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Cripplegate]
Cripplegate ward with its division into parishes according to a new survey. London, 1756. 380 x 245mm.
Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London. The cartouche at the bottom left shows the heraldic arms of John Blanchford, Alderman of Cripplegate ward, to whom the plan is dedicated. The illustration is of St Luke's Hospital for Lunatic's in Upper Moorefield which was founded in London in 1751 for the treatment of incurable pauper lunatics.
[Ref: 16874]    £140.00 ($178 • €157 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Breadstreet & Cordwainers]
Breadstreet ward and Cordwainers ward with their divisions into parishes according to a new survey. London, 1756. 250 x 380mm. Trimmed into plate at bottom.
Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London. The two cartouche at the top of the plan, feature the coats of arms of the dedicatees Stephen Theodor Janssen (Alderman of Cordwainer ward and Lord Mayor of London) and William Alexander (Alderman of Breadstreet ward). The illustrations at the bottome of the map show The Parish Church of St Mattew's in Friday Street and The Parish Church of St Mildred in Bread Street.
[Ref: 16878]    £160.00 ($204 • €180 rates)


COLE, Benjamin. [Ward map of Aldgate]
Aldgate ward with its divisions into precincts & parishes according to a new survey. London, 1756. 240 x 380mm.
Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London. The arms of Alderman Robert Scott, to whom the plan is dedicated is at top right. Views of St James's, Dukes Place and St Katherine Coleman are illustrated at the bottom of the plan.
[Ref: 16881]    £150.00 ($191 • €168 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.
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' (Regent Street) running south (although still showing Jew's Harp tea rooms and Willans Farm, both mentioned in William Blake's 'Jerusalem'); the ''Intended Strand Bridge'' (renamed for the future Battle of Waterloo) with its 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: 18820]    £2,800.00 ($3,564 • €3,144 rates)


NEWTON, J. & W. [One of the few Georgian maps of Hampstead]
Hampstead. London, 1814. Coloured. 450 x 420mm. Repairs to binding folds.
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.
[Ref: 18965]    £1,600.00 ($2,037 • €1,797 rates)


FROGGETT, John Walter. [A finely-engraved map of the environs of London]
Froggett's Survey of the Country Thirty Miles round London, 1831. London: J.W. Froggett, 1831. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, total 1120 x 1365mm.
The first issue of this large map, showing Miadenhead in the west, clockwise to Tring, Hertford, Chelmsford, CHatham, Maidstone, Tonbridge, Reigate, Dorking, Guildford and Bagshot, on a scale of 1 inch to the mile. Hills and ridges are hatchured and parks higlighted with colour. HOWGEGOL: 333.
[Ref: 18608]    £1,800.00 ($2,291 • €2,021 rates)


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