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Cary’s New Plan of London, and its Vicinity
(London: G. & J. Cary), 1836. . Map dimensions 69.5 x 81 cm, overall dimensions 77 x 83 cm. An attractive and well laid out folding plan of London and its outlying regions. The plan shows the extents from Stoke Newington down to North Brixton and Stratford across to Paddington. Original colour to the principal roads, bodies of water and parks with the boundary of the Two-Penny Post area highlighted in red. The plan divided into squares with printed borders, lettered in the margins. Dissected into 28 sections and backed onto linen, the map folds into the original green marbled paper slipcase, publisher’s printed label to the upper board, matching marbled paper to the folded end sections on map verso. Excepting some trivial wear to the extremities of the case and a few very minor blemishes to the map, an excellent example.
      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop]
Last Found On: 2013-08-01           Check availability:      Biblio    


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