Auction 113, Lot 407

"Cheap Ward with it's Division into Parishes according to a New Survey", Cole, Benjamin

Subject: England - London

Period: 1755 (dated)

Publication: Maitland's History

Color: Hand Color

Size:
19 x 14.2 inches
48.3 x 36.1 cm

Handsome and strongly engraved plan of the ward with architectural drawings of The South View of Grocer's Hall, Guild Hall Chapel adjoining to Guild Hall, South View of St. Mildred's Church in the Poultrey, and West View of Blackwell Hall. At the bottom of the plan is the large coat-of-arms of Samuel Fludyer, Alderman of Cheap Ward and a Sheriff on London. A handsome plan that details the ward centered on the intersection of Kings and Queen Street with CheapSide Poultrey Street.

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Condition: B

Crisp impression and very nice original full hand coloring. Brown paper tape on verso paper edges from a previous framing. Image with light scattered toning, else very good.

Estimate: $90 - $110

Sold for: $300

Closed on 12/7/2005

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