New Map Of London 1723 By Thomas Taylor
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New Map Of London 1723 By Thomas Taylor:
A N O T H E R H I G H Q U A L I T M A P R E P R I N TF R O M O L D T O W N S B O O K S & M A P S
A NEW MAP OF THE CITY OF LONDONIN 1723"With the many additional and new streets.
In a plain method for easy finding any street at first view.
Printed & Sold by Thomas Taylor at the Golden Lyon, Fleet MEASURES 40 x 23 inches : 102 x 58 cmPRINTED TO RETAIN THECURRENT LOOK OF THE ORIGINAL
COMPLETE WITH THE MARKS ACQUIRED OVER 290 YEARSPRINTING:
Is on 180gsm Canon matt coated paper which feels feels more like card than paper
Coated papers give the crispest and most authentic colours
Canon dye/pigment inks are used which give 125 years of fadeproof qualityIDEAL FOR FRAMING
POSTED ROLLED IN A CARDBOARD TUBE (NOT FOLDED)
MAP DETAILS:Table, top left - "References by figures to the several churches in and about this city" listing 87 churches by number as shown on the map.
Coats of Arms, top left - "Coats of Arms of the first 12 Companies, of which the Mayor must be chosen" namely Mercers, Grocers, Drapers, Fishmongers, Goldsmiths, Skinners, Merchant Taylors, Haberdashers, Salters, Ironmongers, Vintners, Clothworkers.
Table, top right - "The Names of the Several Wards into which this City is Divided" - 26 wards named.
Table, bottom left - "References by Letters to find the most public buildings etc" 26 buildings named as shown on the map.
Table, bottom middle - "Rates of Hackney Coaches and Chairs, according to Act of Parliament"; "The Rates for Watermen as they were set forth by the LordMayor and Court of Aldermen"; "Rates for Oars".
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