engraved map with original hand-colouring, decorative border including title panel above, and scale, key and publisher’s panels below, all laid on at edges as issued, dissected and linen-backed with a complete vertical split three panels in from the left, occasional partial splits on other folds in the linen, pale even browning and minor surface dirt, some marginal fly-spotting, [Howgego 304 C.(1a)],
Cruchley (George Frederick)
Cruchley's New Plan of London improved to 1832,
London, George Frederick Cruchley, 1832.
considered by Howgego to be a composite of 304 B and 317 A, this update of Cruchley’s finely detailed plan, first issued in variant form in 1826, extends from Pentonville to Kennington, and from Hammersmith, which overlaps the decorative border, to East India Dock,.