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Map of London
Henri Chatelain.

Amsterdam, c.1700. Map of London, another of England marking the Cathedral cities, with two allegorical scenes with explanations. With extensive engraved French text.
CHAT0001
£225.00

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View of Chiswick House, London
John Kip.

London, c.1720. A bird\'s eye view of Chiswick House, surrounded by fields and with the Thames in the foreground. An attractive view of West London nearly three hundred years ago.
KIPA0001
£290.00

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Map of London & Environs
Homann Heirs.

Nuremberg, 1741. Map of the commuter belt of London, extending to Maidenhead in the west, Luton, Chelmsford & Leatherhead. Under the map is a panorama of London showing from Westminster to the Tower.
HOMA1013
£695.00

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Rare map of London
Réné Bougard.

Le Havre, c.1760. An unusual collection of townplans: Istambul, London, Rome, Lima & Amsterdam. Published in the 'Petit Flambeau de la Mer'.
BOUG0001
£98.00

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A Plan for Post-Fire London
John Evelyn.

London, c.1776. After the disastrous fire of 1666 both Christopher Wren and John Evelyn submitted comprehensive plans for the rebuilding of London. This plan shows Evelyn's attempts to promote a linear road system, with regular open junctions suitable for markets, marked with a 38-point key. However both schemes failed, due to the nightmare of private ownership, astronomic cost predictions and the need to get the City operational as soon as possible. Published in 'Harrison's History of London'.
EVEL0001
£150.00

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Reilly London Environs
Franz von Reilly.

Vienna, 1789. The environs of London, to Hampton Court, Enfield, Upminster & Carshalton.
REIL0018
£250.00

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Limehouse, London view
John Boydell.

London, c.1795. Originally published in 1751, this example comes from a compilation volume issued when Boydell became Lord Mayor of London.
BOYD0001
£395.00

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View of the Pool of London
J.D. Harding.

London, c.1835. A scene of the traffic on the Thames.
HARD0001
£250.00

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Volume of Views of London
John Woods.

London: W.Orr & Co., c.1840. Originally issued by subscription 1837-38, this is the complete work, published soon after (pre-dating the inclusion of the plate of the New Royal Exchange, opened 1844.). The frontispiece and five of the plates were supplied by Thomas Shepherd.
WOOD0001
£400.00

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Battersea Bridge
Thomas Dugdale.

London, c.1846.
DUGD0001
£39.00

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Early C20th Map of London
G.W. Bacon.

London, Bacon, c.1920.
BACO0001
£40.00

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Folding Map of London
George Philip

London & Liverpool, c.1930. With ink ownership mark dated 1930.
PHIL0015
£50.00

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View of London's Stock Exchange.
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, c.1683. View of the Royal Exchange building, with the title on a banner in the sky.
MALL0062
£95.00

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View of the West India Docks, Wet Docks, London
Laurie & Whittle.

London, 1803.. Apparently a view of the West India Docks, completed in 1802. The use of aquatint is unusual for Laurie and Whittle.
LAUR0002
£250.00

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The Early Development of the London Docklands
Anon.

London: Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme, 1809. Showing the new West & East India Docks.
LONG0001
£75.00

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View of Greenwich Hospital
William Maitland.

London, 1756. A view of the Royal Hospital, now the Royal Naval College, from the Thames, looking between Wren's two buildings to the Queen's House and Flamsteed's Royal Observatory on the top of the hill. Engraved by Benjamin Cole for Maitland's 'History Of London'.
MAIT0001
£350.00

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Map of Lambeth
John Stow.

London, c.1720. The first detailed ward map of Lambeth, with a 41-point key of references.
STOW0003
£125.00

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Rennie's New London Bridge.
George Vertue.

London; George Vertue, c.1840. John Rennie's bridge, opened 1831, now in Arizona.
VERT0001
£39.00

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The famous view off Richmond Hill
London Magazine.

London, 1768. A view from Richmond Hill towards Twickenham, with Ham House, Marble Hill House & Orleans House.
LOND0003
£49.00

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Map of South London
Gentleman's Magazine.

London, 1753. Plan of Southwark, Lambeth and Newington, showing the improvements to the road system after the building of Westminster Bridge.
GENT0002
£150.00

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