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Item number: TOW231
Genuine Antique Hand Colored Map

1772

Maker: Noorthouck.

Hand colored antique proposed city plans by the great 17th century architect Christopher Wren and his contemporary, the diarist, gardener and draftsman John Evelyn, both of whose plans were ultimately rejected by Charles II; including landmarks on Eveylyn's map such as the Guild Hall, Newgate Prison and The Tower of London. From Noorthouck's History of London, 1772. Very good overall antique condition, text and plans together measure approx. 14 x 11.75 inches. **SOLD**

Item Number: TOW231