‘Mapping London’

‘Mapping London’, Daniel Crouch Rare Books, at gallery@oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London, SE1 until 14th September 2014.

Braun and Hogenberg - The Earliest Extant Plan of London, 1574. £9500

Braun and Hogenberg – The Earliest Extant Plan of London, 1574. £9500

It is totally appropriate that Daniel should hold this pop-up selling exhibition at the Oxo Tower gallery as part of Totally Thames, which runs until the end of the month.

Benjamin Baker -Trade Card of Islington, c. 1798-1800, 115 x 75mm, £2400.

Benjamin Baker -Trade Card of Islington, c. 1798-1800, 115 x 75mm, £2400.

Featuring large-scale maps of London it includes Braun and Hogenberg’s 1574 map of London which was the very first printed map, an extremely rare example from the 1650s by Thomas Porter and a Contemporary map by Stephen Walter. This show is a real must for all interested in the story of London!

Thomas Porter- The Newest and Exactest Mapp of the most Famous Citties London and Westminster with their Suburbs. London, c.1655. £28,000.00.

Thomas Porter- The Newest and Exactest Mapp of the most Famous Citties London and Westminster with their Suburbs. London, c.1655. £28,000.00.

www.crouchrarebooks.com

Harry Beck- Map of London's Underground Railways, January 1933. 142 x 202mm (5.5 x 8 inches). £2,500

Harry Beck- Map of London’s Underground Railways, January 1933. 142 x 202mm (5.5 x 8 inches). £2,500

 totallythames.org

 

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