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Plan of the freehold and leasehold estates late the establishment of the General Post Office for sale in 14 lots by Mr. Hoggart

Plan of the freehold and leasehold estates late the establishment of the General Post Office for sale in 14 lots by Mr. Hoggart

Lithographer: Firth, Charles Mousley

Medium: Engraving, coloured

Date: 1829

Shelfmark: Maps Crace Port. 9.106

Item number: 106

Length: 330

Width: 406

Scale: Millimetres

Genre: Plan

Map scale description: 4 1/2" : 90 Feet

This is a plan of freehold and leasehold property to be sold at auction. The premises were previously occupied by the Post Office and were sold when the office moved from Lombard Street to St Martin le Grand in 1829. The estate is divided into 14 lots, delineated by pecked lines and coloured. A note at the lower right states that the lease of Lot 4 is held by the Drapers Company.

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