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Map of London in 1836

CARY, John.

Cary's New Plan of London and its Vicinity, 1836, Shewing the Limits of the Two-Penny Post Delivery. Published by Authority of his Majesty's Post Master General.
London, 1836. Original body colour. Dissected and laid on linen as issued, total 740 x 830mm.

Large folding map of London, extending to (clockwise from the west): the Serpentine in Hyde Park, Stoke Newington, Blackwall & Camberwell. The red circle marks the extent of the Two-Penney Post deliveries.
This edition marks: the London & Greenwich Railway, whose terminus at London Bridge was the first in London, opened that year; the London & Southampton Railway ending at Nine Elms, opened 1838; and the London & Birmingham Railway to Euston, engineered by Robert Stephenson, also 1838.

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Stock Id :19190

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Map of London in 1836

CARY, John.

Cary's New Plan of London and its Vicinity, 1836, Shewing the Limits of the Two-Penny Post Delivery. Published by Authority of his Majesty's Post Master General.
London, 1836. Original body colour. Dissected and laid on linen as issued, total 740 x 830mm.

Large folding map of London, extending to (clockwise from the west): the Serpentine in Hyde Park, Stoke Newington, Blackwall & Camberwell. The red circle marks the extent of the Two-Penney Post deliveries.
This edition marks: the London & Greenwich Railway, whose terminus at London Bridge was the first in London, opened that year; the London & Southampton Railway ending at Nine Elms, opened 1838; and the London & Birmingham Railway to Euston, engineered by Robert Stephenson, also 1838.

HOWGEGO: 279, state 10 of at least nineteen.
Stock ID : 19190

£1,400

£1,400

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