Antique rare maps of London


1766 - (Pitt the Elder and the Stamp Act) Common-Wealth, The Colossus

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Sedition in New York in 1766, The Stamp Act, "America's Nabob", and the Origins of "Yankee Doodle". Rare engraved caricature of William Pitt the Elder, Earl of Chatham, represented as a Colossus straddling the Atlantic Ocean and attempting to gain...


1828 - To The King's most Excellent Majesty, George the Fourth, This Geometrical Landscape, with Tables of the Relative Altitudes, Calculated from the Trinity High Water Mark of the River Thames, to the Principal Public & Other Edifices, Parks, Squares & Reservo

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A Rare Early Robert Havell, Jr. aquatint Rare illustration of the comparative heights of the various buildings and public places on the River Thames, published by Frederick Wood& William Moffat. While extremely rare, the map was apparently...


1908 - (Suffragette March Map) Votes For Women / Hyde Park, Sunday June 21st

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Separately Published Map of the Largest Suffragette March in the United Kingdom up to That Point. Rare separately-issued map of the Women's Sunday March of June 21, 1908, in Hyde Park, featuring the portraits of the 20 platform chairs. The map...


1838 - Tallis's London Street Views, Exhibiting Upwards of One Hundred Buildings in Each Number, Elegantly Engraved on Steel; The Whole Forming a Complete Stranger's Guide Through London, to all the Public Buildings, Places of Amusement, Tradesman's Shops, Name

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A Nice Set of Tallis's London Views That We Can Find Having Come to the Market. An impressive run of 47 parts (of 88) of John Tallis's fantastic project to provide a view of every major street in London during the late 1830s. This set includes views...


1572 - Londinum Feracissimi Angliae Regni Metropolis

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The First Map of London Fine example of this important early bird's-eye view of London, which appeared in Volume 1 of Braun & Hogenberg's Civitates Orbis Terrarum. The view was based on a now-lost twenty-sheet plan of London believed to have...


1598 - Londinum Feracis: Ang. Met.

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Nice full color example of Munster's map of London, which appeared only in the later editions of Munster's Cosmography. Striking double page city view of the city of London showing the area between Clerkenwell, Wapping, Southwark and Westminster...


1708 - A Plan of London, Westmr. and Southwark wth ye Rivr Thames as they were survey’d and publish’t by Authority toward ye latter end of ye Reign of Queen Elizabeth; or about ye year of our Lord 1600 . . .

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Fine full color example of the Edward Hatton edition of Braun & Hogenberg's view of London, first published in 1572. Hatton's view is based upon Braun & Hogenberg's 16th Century plan of the city, with a new title added in English.


1719 - Nouvelle Carte Du Gouvernement Civil D'Angleterre Et de Celuy De La Ville De Londres [London Town Plan, etc]

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Striking plan of London, with map of England and two large allegorical views. A finely engraved map from Chatelain's monumental 7 volume Atlas Historique, one of the most famous and prolific works of the early 18th Century.


1756 - A New and Exact Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster and Borough of Southwark with the Additional Buildings to the Year 1756

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Scarce map of the London, published by Seale. Extends west to Hyde Park, South to Lambeth, north to Hackney Road and Islington and Hoxton, and east to Rotherhithe and Stepney. Only London Bridge and Westminster Bridge are shown crossing the Thames...


1797 - Bowles's Reduced New Pocket Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster, with the Borough of Southwark, exhibiting New Buildings to 1797

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Highly detailed folding map of London in original slip case. The map is exceptionally detailed, including all of the buildings constructed up to 1797. Bowles regularly updated this map, making it one of the most up to date maps of London published...


1807 - A New Pocket Plan of the Cities of London & Westminster with the Borough of Southwark: Comprehending the New Buildings and other Alterations in the Year 1807 . . .

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Dissected in 24 panels and laid on linen, with original slip case. A detailed and well executed folding plan of London showing the extents from Islington to Newington and Stepney to Hyde Park. Faden's plan of London was first published in the 1780s...


1854 - Parade of the Scots Fusileer Guards at Buckingham Palace, (before her Majesty the Queen, & His Royal Highness, The Prince) on the Morning of their departure for the Seat of War, March 2nd, 1854

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Decorative view of the parade of the Scots Fusileer Guards, prior to their departure for the Crimean War. First established in 1805, the Scots Fusileer Guards were deployed in the Napoleonic Wars and later in the Crimean War. In 1854, the Crimean War...


1575 - La Ville De Londres. Londinum Feracissimi Angliae Regni Metropolis

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One of the earliest bird's-eye views of London, created by Francois De Belleforest for his La Cosmographie Universelle de Tout la Monde, published in Paris in 1575. The map is drawn based on the view of London which appeared in Braun & Hogenberg's...


1738 - To the most High Puissant & Noble Prince Charles Duke of Marlborough &c: &c: &c: This Plan of Windsor Park is most humbly Inscrib'd by his Graces most Devoted & Obt. Survant J: Rocque . . .

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Rare early plan of Windsor Park, engraved by John Rocque. The Plan is oriented with west at the top and includes inset views of the Green House, The Duke of Marlborough's Lodge, and two views of Windsor Castle. Published in 1738, this is among...


1640 - London

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An Early Birdseye View of London A striking panoramic view of the London before the fire, with a key noting 43 places within the City. The view extends from the King's Palace at Whitehall to the Tower of London and St. Katherine's Church in the east....


1686 - (London) Ch.de Withal [Whitehall]

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Two views of Whitehall, from Mallet's monumental work.