London Maps: Committed
to granting those interested in history and genealogy, as well the simply
curious, free access to scores of rare maps, views and images of London
in the medieval, Stuart, Georgian, Regency and Victorian periods.
Maps of London Newcourt's
An Exact Delineation of the Cities of London and Westminsterand the Surburbs
and all the throughfares, highways, streets, lanes and common
in 1658, and published in facsimile by Edward Stanford 1863
100 cm by 180 cm, dissected into 36 segments and laid down on
There are only two copies of the original 1658
map known to exist. One is in the Bibliotheque Nationale
in Paris, and the British Library has the other copy (which is
minus its title)
click on the key map below for detailed views.