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1771 - Queen Hith and Vintry Wards Divided into Parishes from a late Survey - Antique

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Item number: TOW643
Engraved Genuine Antique City Plan

1771

Maker: London Magazine.

Antique black and white engraved map of Queen Hith and Vintry Wards in London, England. From London Magazine, 1771. Shows the Thames, Thames St, Queen Hith (Queenhithe). This is the area where the Millenium Birdge is now. Features a decorative cartouche, illustration of St Michael's Queenhith, and a coat of arms of Barlow Treccthic Esq. and on of Rich d' Peery Esq. Map shows names of major streets, outline of city blocks, and points of interest. Visible plate mark. Very good overall antique condition with slight image transfer. Map measures approximately 6.5 x 8.75 inches to the neatline.

Item Number: TOW643