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General plan of that part of the City of London, which was destroyed by the Great Fire of 1666 :shewing also the present state thereof constructed from authentic documents & recent surveys

General plan of that part of the City of London, which was destroyed by the Great Fire of 1666 :shewing also the present state thereof constructed from authentic documents & recent surveys

Cartographer: Wishaw, Francis

Medium: Lithograph, coloured

Date: ca. 1835

Shelfmark: Maps Crace Port. 2.68

Item number: 68

Length: 597

Width: 813

Scale: Millimetres

Genre: Map

Map scale description: 9 7/8'' : 2000 Feet

This retrospective map compares pre-fire London with the city of the 1830s. The title and publisher's imprint appear at top left, with a reference table at bottom right, scale bar at bottom centre, and woodcut view of the Temple at top right.

The map shows churches, halls and public buildings destroyed in the fire in grey, with contemporary buildings in pink.

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