Engraving with hand-coloring. "These plans are most humbly Inscrib'd to Sr. Joseph Hankey Knt. Alderman of Langborn's Ward, And to Sr. Charles Asgill Knt. Alderman of Candlewick Ward--1755." Sheet size: 16 3/8 x 19". Inventory#: p381pmat. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Langborn Ward and Candlewick Ward with their...
Publication Date: 1755
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description London Magazine or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer. December, 1768, 1768. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. 24.5 x 19cm Very good condition. Vertical fold lines as issued. From the middle of 1760s, London Magazine started to publish a series of maps of Wards and Parishes of the City of London. They became important historical records and were used and referenced extensively later. The same plates were used later in the Noorthouck's History of London (1722) with no modification except for the upper margin. These maps are beautiful, with decorative vignettes, views of famous buildings and coats of arms pertaining to the particular area depicted. Depicts Fenchurch Street, Grace Churchstreet and four churches in the four corners - St. Mary Woolnorth LOmbard Street, St. Clemnts Eastcheap, Church of Alhallows Lombard street, and Staining Crutched Fryers. Seller Inventory # 58746
Book Description 1755. London, 1755. 380 x 470mm. Engraved for Maitland's Survey of London.The coat of arms of Joseph Hankey, Alderman for Langbourn ward, and Charles Asgill, Alderman for Candlewick ward flank the title cartouche. A view of All Hallows Lombard Street church appear at the top left, with a view of St Clement's church at the bottom centre and St Mary's church at bottom right. The church building shown at bottom left is in fact St Olave Hart Street not All Hallows Staining. Seller Inventory # 17006
Book Description London: c 1720, 1720. Size: 410 x 520 mm. Copperplate engraving with hand colour. Good condition, folds as issued, some age toning. A handsome plan of the City of London Wards of Candlewick and Langborn. Surrounding the plan are vignettes of local churches and the decorative Arms of Sir Joseph Hankey Alderman of Langborn Ward and Sir Charles Asgill, an Alderman of Candlewick Ward (1749-1771) a Master of the Skinners Company (1749), a Governor of Bridewell Royal Hospital (1743-1750), Sheriff of the City of London (1753) and Lord Mayor of London (1757-1758). The major thoroughfares engraved are: Lombard, Fenchurch, Cannon, Fish and Gracechurch Streets. Published in 'A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster'. Seller Inventory # 72668