'Great Fire Of London' reproduction map laid on cloth in slipcase

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Reproduction map laid on cloth. Pigment ink, archival paper, hand-laid on cloth, & folded into a marbled slip case as the original antique folding maps. (marbled slip case colour and pattern will vary). Individually made by hand in Devon. Dimensions 24 inches by 30 inches.

A plan of the city and liberties of London after the dreadful conflagration of 1666. This map of the extent of the damage caused by the fire of London was published circa 1740. The damage extended to an area of more than 430 acres and it took decades to rebuild the city. Looting of the ruins was common occurrence and like the heaths and commons that surrounded London they became a haunt of thieves. It was engraved by Emanuel Bowen (1694 - 1767) after Wenceslaus Hollar's map.


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