Wyld's New Topographical Map Of The Vicinity Of London c1872 MAPCO

A New Topographical Map Of The Country In The Vicinity Of London, Describing All The New Improvements, Metropolitan Boroughs And Parish Boundaries c1872

Daws Farm & Mill Hill to Hendon Mill Hill to Hendon & Finchley Colney Hatch to Hornsey & Crouch End Edmonton to Hornsey, Crouch End & West Green Upper Edmonton to Tottenham High Cross & Walthamstow Larks Hill Wood & Higham Hill to Walthamstow Woodford to Shackman Farm Grange Hill & Henhault Forest to Bunters Bridge & Aldborough Hatch
Brent Bridge to Wormwood Scrubs Golders Green to Paddington Highgate to Regent's Park & Oxford Street Mount Pleasant to Holborn Stamford Hill to Whitechapel & Stepney Layton Street to Bromley, West Ham, & Canning Town Wanstead to East Ham Ley Street to Barking Level
East Acton to Putney Paddington & Bayswater to Putney & Wandsworth Hyde Park to Clapham Common St Paul's to Brixton, Dulwich & Herne Hill Stepney & London Docks to Peckham Rye Common Limehouse & East India Docks to Lewisham Victoria Docks to Eltham Green Gallions Reach & Barking Creek Mouth to West Wood
Richmond Park & Roehampton To Wimbledon & Merton Wandsworth To Wimbledon & Merton Common Balham Hill to Mitcham Brixton Hill & Dulwich to Croydon & Upper Norwood Dulwich & Brockley to Beckenham Lewisham Park & Hither Green to Beckenham & Bromley Eltham to Bromley, Beckley & Chislehurst Common Pollcat End to Chislehurst & Pauls Cray Common

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The Map

Full Title:
A New Topographical Map Of The Country In The Vicinity Of London, Describing All The New Improvements, Metropolitan Boroughs And Parish Boundaries.
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Slipcase Title:
London & Envs. James Wyld, Geographer To Her Majesty. 457 Strand. Charing Cross. (East.) 2 Doors Down From Trafalgar Square. Maps, Charts, Globes, & Geographical Works Of Every Description.
Published By James Wyld, Successor To Mr. Faden, Geographer To Her Majesty, Charing Cross East.
The slipcase label includes a handwritten date of 1872.
75cm x 77.5cm (29½" x 30½")
2": 1 Statute Mile
Edmonton - Plumstead - Croydon - Chiswick
Title imprint in border above map. The margin is divided into miles N, S, E, & W of the meridian and parallel of St. Paul's, County boundaries, roads, etc., are coloured. No key or hatching symbols.
(Source: Howgego No. 250)

A later variant of Howgego No. 250. Dated at c1872, but actual date to be determined.

A note in the bottom margin reads:

NB. The Circle round London denotes the extent of the Four Mile Radius, and beyond which Hackney Carriages charge Back Fares.

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