- Title: An Entire New Plan of the Cities of London & Westminster; With the Borough of Southwark
- Author: Edward Mogg
- Date: 1804
- Medium: Hand-colored engraving
- Condition: Very Good - dissected and laid on cartographic linen, age toning, light foxing and surface dirt
- Inches: 35 x 18 [Paper]
- Centimeters: 88.9 x 45.72 [Paper]
- Product ID: 233114
An Entire New Plan of the Cities of London & Westminster; With the Borough of Southwark: Comprehending the New Buildings and other Alterations, to the Year 1804. Published by Edwd. Mogg, No. 60 Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, London.
Folding pocket map of London by Edward Mogg. Notes in the bottom right corner explain the significance of various symbols and colors in the map. Areas, landmarks, and prominent buildings include the River Thames, Hyde Park, St. James's Park, Oxford Street, Piccadilly, Covent Garden, Fleet Street, the Strand, White Chapel, the Houses of Commons and Lords, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, London Docks, the Tower, and Westminster, Blackfriars, and London Bridges. Roads leading out of the city are labelled with their destinations, such as the cities of Oxford, Bath, Bristol, Dover, and Birmingham.