Stanford’s Map of Central London, published by Stanford, London circa 1895. On folding linen in 40 sections, size 102 by 68 cm. Scale four inches to the mile. Colour. A very detailed map of late nineteenth century London. Covers an area from Willesden across to Hackney in the north and from East Sheen across to Peckham Rye and Nunhead in the south. The site of the Tate Gallery is shown as awaiting development after the demolition of the old penitentiary. Folds into original stiff boards. The original spine has been professionally repaired. VG condition.
Binding Linen backed
Offered by Arthur Hook