Bacon's Map of The Environs of London.

Lithograph with original hand-stencilled colour, by G.W. Bacon, 127 Strand, for Bacon’s New Ordnance Survey Atlas of London and Suburbs, circa 1880.

Image size: 18.1/4” x 24.1/2”, plus borders. Scale: 1” to the mile, divided into three mile squares and circles.

Generally good condition; central fold, as issued.

Shows in good clear detail the environs of London: centred on Charing Cross it covers nine miles to north and south and approximately ten and a half to east and west.

George Washington Bacon (1830-1922) was a London based book and map publisher throughout the second half of the nineteenth and early twentieth century when the firm was amalgamated into the Scottish house of W. & A.K. Johnston.



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