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This list contains the complete record of all the Society’s publications from 1880 until the present day.  You can reverse the order using the double arrows on the right-hand side.

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001

1881-2. Van den Wyngaerde’s View of London: 20 3/4 x 116 1/4 in. (52.5 x 295.5 cm), on 7 sheets 31 1/2 x 23 3/8 in. (80 x 59.5 cm), with sheet of text, 52.5 × 295.5 cm.

002

1882-3. Plan of London, c. 1560,,

attributed to Hoefnagel (T.S.L 1882-3): from Braun and Hogenberg’s Civitates Orbis Terrarum, second state showing Royal Exchange

, 35.5 × 49 cm.

003

1898. Illustrated Topographical Record of London.,

First in a series of drawings of changes and demolitions, 1880-7, by J. P. Emslie.  See also LTS 6 & 9 for second and third series respectively.

: sewn, paper wrapper, 29 × 22.5 cm.

004

1883-5. Visscher’s View of London, 1616,

(See also Notes on Visscher’s View of London, 1616 by T. F. Ordish, London Topographical Record VI & LTS 39.)

: 4 sheets, 59 × 78 cm.

005

1898. Porter’s ‘Newest and Exactest Mapp of London and Westminster’ c.1654: 2 sheets, 56.5 × 74.5 cm.

006

1899. Illustrated Topographical Record of London.,

Second in a series of drawings of changes and demolitions, 1886-7, by J. P. Emslie with historical notes by Philip Norman F.S.A.  See also LTS 3 & 9 for Series One and Three respectively

: sewn, paper wrapper, 22.5 × 29 cm.

007

1899. Norden’s Maps of London and Westminster, 1593,

from Norden’s Speculum Britanniae, (see also Notes on Norden and his Map of London by H. B. Wheatley, in London Topographical Record II & LTS 42)

: on one sheet, N/A.

008

1899-1903. Kensington Turnpike Trust Plans, 1811: Salway's plan of the road from Hyde Park Corner to Counter’s Bridge,

(see also Notes on Salway’s Plan by Col. W.F. Prideaux, London Topographical Record III & V)

: in colour, 30 sheets and title-page, 61 × 69 cm.

009

1900. Illustrated Topographical Record of London.,

Third in a series of drawings of changes and demolitions, 1888-1890, by J. P. Emslie and historical notes by Philip Norman F.S.A. See also LTS Nos 3 & 6.

: sewn, paper wrapper, 22.5 × 29 cm.

010

1900. Comparative Plan of Whitehall, 1680/1896,

modern ground plan superimposed on Fisher’s plan of 1680 as engraved by Vertue

: one sheet, 56 × 67.5 cm.

011

1901. Annual Record I,

ed. T. F. Ordish, continued as London Topographical Record

: quarter cloth, 15 × 22.5 cm.

012

1902. Hollar’s West-Central London Map, c. 1658,

a bird’s eye-view (See Hollar’s Map by W. R. Lethaby and R. Jenkins, in LTR II)

, 44 × 33.5 cm.

013

1903. London Topographical Record II,

ed. T. F. Ordish

 

: quarter cloth, 15 × 23 cm.

014

1903. Kip’s View of London, Westminster and St James’s Park, 1710: 12 sheets, 56 × 61 cm.

015

1904. Morden and Lea’s Plan of London, 1682,

also known as Ogilby and Morgan’s Plan. (See also Morden and Lea’s Plan of London by W. L. Spiers, in LTR V)

: 300ft to 1 in., 59 1/4 x 93 3/4 in. (150.5 x 238 cm) on 9 sheets 22 x 30 1/8 in. (56 x 76.5 cm) and 3 sheets 22 x 15 1/8 in. (56 x 38.5 cm), N/A.

016

1906. London Topographical Record III,

ed. T. F. Ordish

: quarter cloth, 15 × 23 cm.

017

1905. Map of Elizabethan London, formerly attributed to Ralph Agas: 8 sheets, 59.5 × 44 cm.

018

1905. Faithorne and Newcourt’s Map of London, 1658: 6 sheets, N/A.

019

1906-7. Hollar’s Long View of London, 1647,

extra publication.

: 18 x 92 in. (46 x 233.5 cm) in 7 pieces on 6 sheets 25 3/8 x 19 in. (64.5 x 48.5 cm), N/A.

020

1907. London Topographical Record, IV,

Ed. Bernard Gomme

: quarter cloth, 15 × 23 cm.

021

1908. Wren’s Drawings of Old St Paul’s:,

(i) plan of old cathedral before the Great Fire; (ii) section of Wren’s scheme for rebuilding. (See also Wren’s Drawings of Old St Paul’s … by W. R. Lethaby, in LTR V)

: on 2 sheets, 37 × 48 cm.

022

1908. Hollar’s ‘Exact Surveigh’, 1667: on 2 sheets, 82.5 × 54.5 cm.

023

1908. London Topographical Record V,

Ed. Bernard Gomme

: quarter cloth, 15 × 23 cm.

024

1909. The Palace of Whitehall, View from the River, 1683,

(See also View of the Palace of Whitehall by W. L. Spiers, in LTR VII)

: on sheet, 62.5 × 35.5 cm.

025

1909. London Topographical Record VI,

Ed. Bernard Gomme

: 9 x 5 7/8 in. (23 x 15 cm), quarter cloth, 15 × 23 cm.

026

1909. Hollar’s ‘Exact Surveigh’, 1667: on 2 sheets, 82.5 × 54.5 cm.

027

1910. Seven London Views by Deceased Artists,

(See also ‘Notes on London Views’, by P. Norman, in L.T.R. VIII, 94.)

, 28 × 35.5 cm.

028

1912. London Topographical Record, VII,

ed. H. G. Head

: quarter cloth, 15 × 23 cm.

029

1911. Seven More London Views by Deceased Artists,

(See also ‘Notes on London Views’, by P. Norman, in L.T.R.VIII, 94.)

, 28 × 35.5 cm.

030

1911. Roads out of London, from Ogilby’s “Britannia", 1675,

with descriptive letterpress.

: sewn, paper wrapper, 29 × 38.5 cm.

031

1912. Jonas Moore’s Map of the River Thames from Westminster to the Sea, 1662,

part only; (See also A Seventeenth Century Map of London and the Thames by M. Holmes, in LTR XX)

: 20 7/8 x 23 5/8 in. (53 x 60 cm) on one sheet 23 1/4 x 33 in. (59 x 84 cm), 60 × 53 cm.

032

1913. London Topographical Record VIII,

ed. H. G. Head

: quarter cloth, 15 × 23 cm.

033

1913. Seven Drawings of London Bridge by E. W. Cooke,

(See also Drawings of Old and New London Bridge by E. W. Cooke by P. Norman, in LTR IX ; see also LTS No 113)

, 28 × 35.5 cm.

034

1913. Rocque’s Survey of London, 1746,

(See also Rocque’s Plan of London by H. B. Wheatley in LTR IX)

: on 49 sheets, 387.5 × 203 cm.

035

1914. London Topographical Record IX,

ed. H. G. Head

: quarter cloth, 387.5 × 23 cm.

036

1914. Rocque’s Survey of London, 1746,

(See also Rocque’s Plan of London by H. B. Wheatley in LTR IX)

, 387.5 × 203 cm.

037

1913-19. Rocque’s Survey of London,

(See also Rocque’s Plan of London by H. B. Wheatley in LTR IX)

: 6ft 8 in. x 12ft 8 1/2 in. (203 x 387.5 cm), with key, on 49 sheets 17 x 22 1/2 in. (43 x 57 cm), 203 cm.

038

1916. London Topographical Record X,

ed. H. G. Head

: quarter cloth, 15 × 23 cm.

039

1915. A Plan of Ebury Manor, c. 1663-70: one sheet and sheet of text, 50.5 × 76.5 cm.

040

1917. London Topographical Record, XI,

ed. H. G. Head

: quarter cloth, 15 × 23 cm.

041

1913-19. Rocque’s Survey of London,

(See also Rocque’s Plan of London by H. B. Wheatley in LTR IX)

: 6ft 8 in. x 12ft 8 1/2 in. (203 x 387.5 cm), with key, on 49 sheets 17 x 22 1/2 in. (43 x 57 cm), 387.5 × 203 cm.

042

1913-19. Rocque’s Survey of London,

(See also Rocque’s Plan of London by H. B. Wheatley in LTR IX)

: 6ft 8 in. x 12ft 8 1/2 in. (203 x 387.5 cm), with key, on 49 sheets 17 x 22 1/2 in. (43 x 57 cm), 387.5 × 203 cm.

043

1913-19. Rocque’s Survey of London,

(See also Rocque’s Plan of London by H. B. Wheatley in LTR IX)

: 6ft 8 in. x 12ft 8 1/2 in. (203 x 387.5 cm), with key, on 49 sheets 17 x 22 1/2 in. (43 x 57 cm), 387.5 × 203 cm.

044

1913-19. Rocque’s Survey of London,

(See also Rocque’s Plan of London by H. B. Wheatley in LTR IX)

: 6ft 8 in. x 12ft 8 1/2 in. (203 x 387.5 cm), with key, on 49 sheets 17 x 22 1/2 in. (43 x 57 cm), 387.5 × 203 cm.

045

1919. A View of London Bridge by John Norden, 1597: on one sheet, 51 × 38.5 cm.

046

1920. London Topographical Record XII,

ed. H. G. Head

: quarter cloth, 15 × 25 cm.

047

1921. A View of London Bridge from both sides, c. 1710: on sheet, 44 × 28 cm.

048

1921. Tallis’s Plan of Bond Street,

(See also Tallis’s Street Views of London by E. B. Chancellor, in LTR XII & LTS No 110.)

, 12 pp, 23 × 14.5 cm.

049

1922. Matthew Merian’s View of London, 1638: on sheet, folded, 70 × 20 cm.

050

1922. Seven Unpublished Drawings by Hollar:,

from the Pepysian Library, Cambridge

: 4 sheets, 28 × 35.5 cm.

051

1923. London Topographical Record XIII,

ed. H.G. Head

: quarter cloth, 15 × 22.5 cm.

052

1923. Views of Westminster, sketched 1801-1815, and drawn in water-colour by William Capon,

with Capon’s descriptions annotated by P. Norman.

: 16 views 1 in colour, and map, 5 sewn sections, 28 × 35.5 cm.

053

1924. Views of Westminster, sketched 1801-1815, and drawn in water-colour by William Capon,

with Capon’s description annotated by Philip Norman

: 16 views, 1 in colour, and map, 5 sewn sections, 28 × 35.5 cm.

054

1925. A London Plan drawn in 1585,

see also The Early History of Piccadilly, Leicester Square and Soho by C.L. Kingsford  (LTS 55)

: on sheet, folded, 98 × 57 cm.

055

1925. The Early History of Piccadilly, Leicester Square, Soho and their Neighbourhood,

by Charles Lethbridge Kingsford, based on a plan drawn in 1585 and published by the London Topographical Society in 1925 (LTS 54)

: quarter cloth, uniform with the Record, 15 × 22.5 cm.

056

1926. Drawings of buildings in the area described in “The Early History of Piccadilly, Leicester Square and Soho”,

by C. L. Kingsford

: 11 drawings on 7 sheets and plan of West London, c. 1710, on double sheet folded, 28 × 35.5 cm.

057

1928. London Topographical Record XIV,

Ed. Walter H. Godfrey

: Hardback, 112 pp, 15 × 22.5 cm.

058

1928. Plan of Nevill's Alley, Fetter Lane, 1670,

(See also Nevill’s Court, Fetter Lane by W. G. Bell, in LTR XV)

, 63.5 × 51.5 cm.

059

1928. Drawings of the Inns of Court and Chancery made probably in the first half of the Eighteenth Century,

with notes by J. Bruce Williamson

: 2 sewn sections, 28 × 35.5 cm.

060

1931. London Topographical Record XV,

ed. Walter H. Godfrey

: quarter cloth, 15 × 22.5 cm.

061

1929. Area east of St Katherine's Dock, c. 1590,

from a tracing by M.B. Honeybourne of a plan in the Public Record Office

: on sheet, folded, 54 × 69 cm.

062

1932. London Topographical Record XVI,

ed. Walter H. Godfrey

: quarter cloth, 15 × 22.5 cm.

063

1930. View of Greenwich, 1637, by Hollar: on sheet, folded, 54 × 69 cm.

064

1930. A Plan in the Public Record Office of property on the south-east side of Charing Cross, 1610: on sheet, 66 × 48 cm.

065

1932. Plan of the Manor of Walworth and Parish of Newington, Surrey, 1681,

(See also Thomas Hill’s Maps . .  by I. Darlington, in LTR XXI)

: on sheet, 45.5 × 35 cm.

066

1933. Plan of the Duke of Bedford's Estates, 1795, from Bloomsbury to the river,

(See Duke of Bedford’s Estate Map, 1795 by Eliza Jeffries Davis, LTR XVII)

: on sheet, folded, 103.5 × 59 cm.

067

1934. Plan of the Parish of St Mary, Kensington, 1822: on sheet, folded, with sheet of notes, 88 × 71 cm.

068

1934. Eight Views of Kensington, from originals in Kensington Public Library: 8 sheets, 35.5 × 28 cm.

069

1936. London Topographical Record XVII,

ed. Walter H. Godfrey

: quarter cloth, 15 × 22.5 cm.

070

1936. Four drawings by Philip Norman,

(i) Vine Tavern, Mile End; (ii) nos. 5 and 7, Aldgate; (iii) nos. 10 and 11, Austin Friars; (iv) St Magnus’ Church, London Bridge

: 4 sheets, in folder, 28 × 35.5 cm.

071

1937. A further four drawings by Philip Norman,

(v) No 13 Leather Lane; (vi) Staircase in the Old Bell Inn, Holburn; (vii) Old houses, Chelsea; (viii) Backs of old houses, Cheyne Walk.

: 4 sheets, in folder with LTS 70, 28 × 35.5 cm.

072

1938. Survey of all Lands and Tenements belonging to the Worshipful Company of Clothworkers of London, July 1612,

by Raphe Treswell the elder, (i) Clothworkers’ Hall, 1612; (ii) St James’s in the Wall, 1612; (iii) St James’s in the Wall, 1728, (See The Clothworkers’ Company: Book of Plans . . . by W. H. Godfrey, London Topographical Record XVIII)

: 3 sheets, in folder, 44.5 × 57 cm.

073

1939. Survey of all Lands and Tenements belonging to the Worshipful Company of Clothworkers of London, July 1612,

by Raphe Treswell the elder, to which has been added certain further surveys of some of the properties in the year 1728

: 2 sheets, in folder, 88.5 × 54 cm.

074

1940. The Survey of all Lands and Tenements belonging to the Worshipful Company of Clothworkers of London, July 1612,

by Raphe Treswell the elder, (vi) Richard Fishburne’s House, Throgmorton Street, 1612: (vii) Fox Court, Nicholas Lane

: in folder, 22 1/2 x 35 in. (57 x 89 cm), folded;, 89 × 57 cm.

075

1941. Survey of all Lands and Tenements belonging to the Worshipful Company of Clothworkers of London, July 1612,

by Raphe Treswell the elder, to which has been added certain further surveys of some of the properties in the year 1727.

: 22 1/2 x 34 7/8 in. (57 x 88.5 cm), folded, 44.5 × 57 cm.

076

1942. London Topographical Record XVIII,

ed. Walter H. Godfrey

: quarter cloth, 15 × 22.5 cm.

077

1944. Van den Wyngaerde's View of the City of London between Fleet River and London Bridge, c. 1550: in 3 sections on 1 sheet, 127.5 × 13 cm.

078

1945. View of London from Southwark, attributed to Thomas Wyck (1616-77), at Chatsworth House,

original size

: on sheet, 81.5 × 51.5 cm.

079

1946. The Survey of Building Sites in the City of London after the Great Fire of 1666, Vol. One,

by Peter Mills and John Oliver, with an introduction by Walter H. Godfrey (see LTS  89 for Vol 2, LTS 97 for Vol 3, LTS 98 for Vol 4 & LTS 99 for Vol 5)

: reduced facsimile, quarter cloth, uniform with the Record, 14.6 × 22.5 cm.

080

1947. London Topographical Record XIX,

ed. Walter H. Godfrey

: quarter cloth, 15 × 22.5 cm.

081

1948. Whitehall Palace, a seventeenth-century painting at Kensington Palace: on sheet, 94 × 40.5 cm.

082

1949. A Prospect of the City of London from the South-east, 1945,

by Cecil Brown

: on sheet, 58.5 × 42 cm.

083

1951. Le Guide de Londres (1693),

by F. Colsoni, Edited with a commentary by Walter H. Godfrey

: quarter cloth, uniform with the Record, 15 × 22.5 cm.

084

1950-51. Seventeenth-century Plans of Properties belonging to St Bartholomew's Hospital London,

(i) The Grey Friars, c. 1617 (see The Precinct of the Greyfriars by Marjorie B. Honeybourne, London Topographical Record XVI); (ii) Properties adjoining Hosier Lane; & (iii) St Nicholas Flesh Shambles

: 2 sheets folded, in folder (see also LTS 87), 74 × 49.5 cm.

085

1952. London Topographical Record XX,

ed. Walter H. Godfrey

: quarter cloth, 15 × 22.5 cm.

086

1952. Berkeley Square to Bond Street, The Early History of the Neighbourhood,

by B.H. Johnson, published by John Murray in association with the London Topographical Society.

: hardback, 240 pp, 22.5 × 15 cm.

087

1953-54. Seventeenth-century Plans of Properties belonging to St Bartholomew's Hospital London,

(iv) south-west portion of the hospital adjoining the City Wall Ditch; (v) north portion adjoining Smithfield from Duck Lane to the Hospital Church; (vi) south portion adjoining Little Britain and the City Wall and Ditch; & (vii) property north of Chick Lane

: on 2 sheets folded in folder (see also LTS 84), 74 × 49.4 cm.

088

1955. Plan of the precinct of St Bartholomew's Hospital, c. 1617,

(see The Fire of London and St Bartholomew’s Hospital by G. Whitteridge, LTR XX & LTS No 47)

: on sheet in folder with 84., 26 × 40.5 cm.

089

1956. The Survey of Building Sites in the City of London after the Great Fire of 1666, Vol. Two,

by Peter Mills and John Oliver, with an introduction by Walter H. Godfrey (see LTS 79 for Vol 1, LTS 97 for Vol 2, LTS 98 for Vol 4 & LTS 99 for Vol 5)

: reduced facsimile, quarter cloth, uniform with the Record., 16 × 24 cm.

090

1957. Plan of the precinct (eastern part) of the Hospital of St Katherine by the Tower, 1685,

part of a survey by John Ogilby.

: 1 sheet, 63.5 × 71.5 cm.

091

1958. London Topographical Record XXI,

ed. Walter H. Godfrey

: quarter cloth, 15 × 22.5 cm.

092

1959. The City of London, showing Parish Boundaries prior to the Union of Parishes Act, 1907,,

reproduced from the 1:25000 Ordnance Survey map, first edition , 1876

: in colour on sheet, 112 × 62 cm.

093

1960. A Map of London under Richard II,

from original sources, by Marjorie B. Honeybourne

: on one sheet, 104 × 69.5 cm.

094

1961. A View of London, 1600, by John Norden,

from the engraving in the de la Gardie Collection in the Royal Library, Stockholm

: on sheet, N/A.

095

1962. A Survey of the Parliamentary Borough of St Marylebone,1834,

includes Paddington and St Pancras, engraved by B. R. Davis; reproduced at slightly reduced scale.

: slightly reduced scale, on 2 sheets, N/A.

096

1963. A Survey of the Parliamentary Borough of St Marylebone, 1834,

includes Paddington and St Pancras, engraved by B. R. Davis; reproduced at slightly reduced scale

: slightly reduced scale, on 2 sheets, N/A.

097

1962. The Survey of Building Sites in the City of London after the Great Fire of 1666, Vol. Three,

by Peter Mills and John Oliver (see also LTS 79 for Vol 1, LTS 89 for Vol 2, LTS 98 for Vol 4 & LTS 99 for Vol 5)

: reduced facsimile, quarter cloth, 15.5 × 24 cm.

098

1962. The Survey of Building Sites in the City of London after the Great Fire of 1666, Vol. Four,

by Peter Mills and John Oliver (see also LTS 79 for Vol 1, LTS 89 for Vol 2, LTS 97 for Vol 3 & LTS 99 for Vol 5)

: reduced facsimile, quarter cloth, 15.5 × 24 cm.

099

1962. The Survey of Building Sites in the City of London after the Great Fire of 1666, Vol. Five,

by Peter Mills and John Oliver (see also LTS 79 for Vol 1, LTS 89 for Vol 2, LTS 97 for Vol 3 & LTS 98 for Vol 4)

: reduced facsimile, quarter cloth, 15.5 × 24 cm.

100

1964. The Map of mid-sixteenth Century London,

an investigation into the relationship between a copper-engraved map and its derivatives, by Stephen P. Marks

: quarter cloth, 22.5 × 29 cm.

101

1964. The Survey of Building Sites in the City of London after the Great Fire of 1666, Vol. Two,

by Mills and Oliver.  A new edition of LTS Nos 79 & 89.

: reduced facsimile, 9 1/2 x 6 1/8 in. (24 x 15.5 cm), quarter cloth, uniform with LTS 97, LTS 98 and LTS 99: a new edition of LTS 79 and LTS 89, 14.5 × 25.5 cm.

102

1965. London Topographical Record XXII,

ed. Marjorie B. Honeybourne

: quarter cloth, 228 pp, 15 × 22.5 cm.

103

1967. The Survey of Building Sites in the City of London after the Great Fire of 1666, Vol. One,

by Mills and Oliver, Vol. I, Introduction and Indexes.

: quarter cloth, uniform with LTS 97, LTS 98, LTS 99 and LTS 101, 15.5 × 24 cm.

104

1966. Hollar's 'Exact Surveigh', 1667,

extra publication

: on sheet, replacing LTS 22 and LTS 26, 82.5 × 54.5 cm.

105

1966. Grand Architectural Panorama of London: Regent Street to Westminster Abbey,

from orginal drawings made expressly for the work by R. Sandeman, Architect (1849) and executed on wood by G.C. Leighton

: in a small case, 686 × 12 cm.

106

1966. Horwood's Plan of London, Westminster, Southwark & Parts Adjoining, 1792-99,

a memorial to the work of the London Survey Committee 1894-1965

: includes variant plates from sheets A1 and B1, 406 × 221 cm.

107

1967. The Banqueting House with the Whitehall and Holbein Gates c.1623,

by Inigo Jones.

: on sheet, 1 pp, 68 × 48 cm.

108

1968. Index to Rocque's Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster and the Borough of Southwark, 1747: facsimile, full cloth, uniform with LTS 100, 55 pp, 22.5 × 29 cm.

109

1968. The London Panoramas of Robert Barker and Thomas Girtin, c. 1800,

by Hubert J. Pragnell.  (See also LTS 139 & 181)

: quarter cloth, uniform with LTS 100. , 27 pp, 29 × 22.5 cm.

111

1969. Map of Chelsea by F. P. Thompson, 1836:: on 2 sheets, N/A.

112

1970. Hollar's Long View of London from Bankside,

extra publication

: on 7 sheets (replacing LTS 19), N/A.

113

1970. Old and New London Bridge, a selection of drawings 1833,

by E. W. Cooke

: in folder, 12 pp, 35.5 × 28 × 35.5 cm.

114

1971. Langley and Belch's 'New Map of London': in colour, on sheet 25 , 78 × 52.5 cm.

115

1972. London Topographical Record, XXIII,

ed. M. B. Honeybourne

: quarter cloth, 190 pp, 22 × 14.5 cm.

116

1973. Map of the Railways proposed by the Bills of the Session of 1863 in the Metropolis and its vicinity,

See also Parliament and the Railways, by David J. Johnson, L.T.R. XXIV, LTS 147.

: on sheet, 1 pp, 61.5 × 60.5 cm.

117

1974. The Public Markets of the City of London surveyed by William Leybourn in 1677,

by Betty R. Masters, Deputy Keeper of the Records of the Corporation of London

: quarter cloth, 55 pp, 29 × 22.5 cm.

119

1975-76. Thomas Milne's Land Use Map of London and Environs in 1800 (LTS 118 & 119),

with an introduction by Dr G. B. G. Bull  Only sold together at a combined price of £15/£20.

: north and south sections each on 3 sheets+ 6 sheets in folder, 6 pp, 103 × 51 cm.

120

1977. The Artillery Ground and Fields in Finsbury, two maps of 1641 and 1705,

with a commentary by James R. Sewell.  Reproduced with the permission of the Corporation of London.

: sewn in card wrapper, 15 pp, 37.5 × 29 cm.

121

1978. The Park Town Estate and the Battersea Tangle; a peculiar piece of Victorian London property development and its background,

by Priscilla Metcalf

: hardcover, 61 pp, 28 × 22.5 cm.

122

1972. The A to Z of Elizabethan London (LTS 122),

compiled by Adrian Prockter and Robert Taylor with introductory notes by John Fisher. Published concurrently by the Society and by Harry Margary in association with Guildhall Library.

: Linson, 80 pp, 22 × 31 cm.

123

1980. London Topographical Record, XXIV,

ed. Ann Saunders (the Society’s centenary volume)

: quarter cloth, 256 pp, 22 × 14.5 cm.

124

1980. London from the North, by J. Swertner, 1789,

issued as an extra publication to mark the Society’s centenary year, 1980.

: sheet, 1 pp, 80 × 48.5 cm.

125

1981. The 'Rhinebeck' Panorama of London, 1807-11,

with an introduction by Ralph Hyde and keys by Peter Jackson, (see also A London Panorama, c.1800 Resurrected, by Ralph Hyde, LTR XXIV)

: Four sheets in folder, 62.5 × 47.5 cm.

126

1982. The A to Z of Georgian London,

with introductory notes by Ralph Hyde. Published concurrently by the Society and by Harry Margary in association with Guildhall Library.

 

 

 

 

: Linson, uniform with 122, 88 pp, 22 × 30.5 cm.

127

1982. Robert Baker of Piccadilly Hall and his Heirs,

by Francis Sheppard

: hardback with fold out plan, 72 pp, 28 × 22 cm.

128

1983. Survey of Hatton Garden by Abraham Arlidge 1694: colour sheet, 1 pp, 92.5 × 70.5 cm.

129

1983. A Plan of the Tower of London in 1682,

accompanying text by Geoffrey Parnell

: colour sheet, 1 pp, 63 × 63 cm.

130

1984. Charles Booth's Descriptive Map of London Poverty 1889,

with an introduction by Dr David A. Reeder

: unfolded sheets in folder, 4 pp, 117.5 × 90 cm.

132

1985. London Topographical Record, XXV,

ed. Ann Saunders

: quarter cloth, 22 × 14.5 cm.

133

1986. The Kentish Town Panorama drawn by James Frederick King,

with a commentary by John Richardson – published in conjunction with the London Borough of Camden.

: oblong sheets in folder., 26 pp, 59.5 × 24 cm.

134

1986 . Satellite View of London, taken by Landsat on 21 October 1984,

Landsat 5 image processing and production by Hunting Surveys and Consultants Ltd.

: sheet, 1 pp, 59.9 × 51.5 cm.

135

1987. The London Surveys of Ralph Treswell (LTS 135),

ed. By John Schofield, illustrated with all of Treswell’s London plans

: Paperback: 2nd edition, 173 pp, 23 × 28 cm.

136

1987. The A to Z of Victorian London (LTS 136),

with notes by Ralph Hyde. Published concurrently by the Society and Harry Margary in association with Guildhall Library.

: Linson, uniform with 122, 140 pp, 22 × 31 cm.

137

1988. Hugh Alley's Caveat - The Markets of London in 1598,

eds. Ian Archer, Caroline Barron and Vanessa Harding

: hardcover, 26 × 24 cm.

138

1988. Hollar's The Prospect of London and Westminster taken from Lambeth (2 versions): sheets in folder, 8 pp, 32.5 × 322.4 cm.

139

1988. Barker's Panorama of London from the Roof of the Albion Mills, 1801,

with an introduction by Ralph Hyde and keys by Peter Jackson. Published concurrently by the Society and Guildhall Library. (See also LTS 109)

: Sheets in folder, 9 pp, 343 × 42.5 cm.

140

1989. Good and Proper Materials, the Fabric of London since the Great Fire,

ed. Hermione Hobhouse and Ann Saunders

: paperback, 70 pp, 27.5 × 22 cm.

141

1990. London Topographical Record, XXVI,

ed. Ann Saunders

: quarter cloth, 369 pp, 14.5 × 22 cm.

142

1990. Devastated London 1945: the bombed city as seen from a barrage balloon,

drawn by Cecil Brown, with notes by Ralph Hyde

: Folded single sheet, 1 pp, 21.5 × 12 cm.

143

1991. The Mercers' Hall,

by Jean Imray with an introduction by Derek Keene & edited by Ann Saunders

: 11 1/8 x 9 1/8 in. (28 x 23 cm), 23 × 28 cm.

144

1991. Facsimile of the Ordnance Surveyors' Drawings of the London Area 1799-1808,

with an introduction by Yolande Hodson, Historical Consultant to Ordnance Survey.  Ed. Ann Saunders.

: folder, 6 pp, 89 × 64 cm.

145

1992. The A to Z of Restoration London (The City of London, 1676),

with introductory notes by Ralph Hyde – index compiled by John Fisher and Roger Cline

: Linson, uniform with LTS 122, 93 pp, 22 × 30.5 cm.

146

1993. Map of the Geology and Contours of London and its Environs, by R. W. Mylne (1856),

with an introduction by Eric Robinson and topographical notes by Simon Morris.

: folder, 4 pp, 59 × 44 cm.

147

1994. Drawings of Westminster by Sir George Scharf (1859-74),

with text by Peter Jackson

: hardback, 48 pp, 34 × 23 cm.

148

1994. Topography of London, facsimile of John Lockie's Gazetteer,

(2nd edition, 1813) with introduction by David Webb

: 7 1/8 x 4 1/2 in. (18 x 11.5 cm), 11.5 × 18 cm.

149

1995. London Topographical Record, XXVII,

ed. Ann Saunders

: quarter cloth, 367 pp, 14.5 × 22 cm.

150

1995. Joel Gascoyne's Engraved Maps of Stepney, 1702-04,

Published in association with the Guildhall Library with an explanatory booklet containing an introduction by W. Ravenhill and D. Johnson.

: sheet map, 38 pp, N/A.

151

1996. The Panorama of London circa 1544, by Anthonis van den Wyngaerde,

ed. Howard Colvin and Susan Foister

: hardback, 46 pp, 48.5 × 34 cm.

152

1997. The Royal Exchange,

ed. Ann Saunders.

 

 

: hardback, 424 pp, 28.5 × 22.5 cm.

153

1998. The Whitehall Palace Plan of 1670,

by Simon Thurley

: hardback, 55 pp, 31 × 23 cm.

154

1999. Ward Maps of the City of London (LTS 154),

by Ralph Hyde

: Hardback, 84 pp, 25 × 30.5 cm.

155

1999. A Map of the Ecclesiastical Divisions within the County of London 1903,

with introductory notes by Simon Morris

: Folded sheet, 99 × 67 cm.

156

2000. Two thousand years of London,

by Andrew Ingamells

: screenprint in colour, 1 pp, 63.5 × 40 cm.

157

2001. London Topographical Record, XXVIII,

ed. Ann Saunders

: quarter cloth, 255 pp, 14.5 × 22 cm.

158

2001. The Elizabethan Tower of London: the Haiward and Gascoyne Plan of 1597,

by Anna Keay

: Hardback, 64 pp, 35 × 22.75 cm.

159

2001. Tudor London - a Map and a View,

ed. Ann Saunders and John Schofield

: paperback, 57 pp, 22 × 30 cm.

160

2002. John Tallis's London Street Views 1838-1840, with the revised and enlarged views of 1847.,

Introduction and biographical essay by Peter Jackson

: hardback (See also LTS 48 & LTS 110.), 305 pp, 29 × 20 cm.

161

2003. Jan Kip's Prospect of London 1720,

with an introduction by Ralph Hyde and keys by Peter Jackson – in association with the British Museum

: 12 map sheets, each 51 x 69 cm., 14 pp, 192 × 131 cm.

162

2003. Charles Robert Cockerell's Tribute to Sir Christopher Wren,

with an introduction by John Schofield and key by Tracy Wellman

: portfolio of five sheets, reproductions of the original watercolour and the engraving taken from it; a transparent key; and two sheets of text, 5 pp, 57 × 50 cm.

163

2004. ‘Old St Paul’s’: The Society of Antiquaries’ Diptych, 1616,

by Pamela Tudor-Craig with Christopher Whittick – published in association with the Society of Antiquaries

: softback, 67 pp, 22 × 30 cm.

164

2005. The London County Council Bomb Damage Maps 1939–1945,

with an introduction by Robin Woolven, ed. Ann Saunders – published in association with London Metropolitan Archives

: hardback, 215 pp, 37 × 27 cm.

165

2006. London Topographical Record, XXIX,

ed. Ann Saunders

: hardback, 236 pp, 18 × 25.5 cm.

166

2007. The A to Z of Edwardian London,

with an introduction by M. H. Port, ed. Ann Saunders

: hardback, 166 pp, 36 × 27 × 13 cm.

167

2007. The Pleasures of London,

by Felix Barker and Peter Jackson, edited by Ann Saunders and Denise Silvester-Carr

: Hardback, 249 pp, 30 × 22 cm.

168

2009. Somerset House: The Palace of England’s Queens 1551-1692,

by Simon Thurley with contributions by Patricia Croot and Claire Gapper, ed. Ann Saunders and Roger Cline

: hardback, 144 pp, 23 × 30.5 cm.

169

2010. London Topographical Record, XXX,

ed. Ann Saunders

: Hardback, 268 pp, 18 × 25.5 cm.

170

2010. London Displayed – Headpieces from the Stationers’ Company Almanacks,

by Ralph Hyde

: large-format hardback, 80 pp, 30 × 22 cm.

171

2011. The Palace of Westminster – Surveyed on the Eve of Conflagration, 1834,

by H M Port

: a set of seven sheets with an accompanying booklet, 31 pp, 27 × 19 cm.

172

2011. The London Letters of Samuel Molyneux, 1712-13 (LTS 172),

with an introduction and commentary by Paul Holden, edited by Ann Saunders

: Hardback, 168 pp, 25.5 × 17.5 × 10 cm.

173

2012. London – A History in Maps,

by Peter Barber with notes on the engravers by Laurence Worms, edited by Roger Cline and Ann Saunders, in association with the British Library.

: hardback, 380 pp, 24.7 × 31.5 cm.

174

2013. The A to Z of Charles II’s London, 1682,

with introductory notes by Peter Barber and Ralph Hyde; an index compiled by Robert Thompson, edited by Ann Saunders

: hardback, 152 pp, 21.5 × 30.3 cm.

175

2014. The Singularities of London, 1578,

by L. Grenade (Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, MS Reg. lat. 672), Edited by Derek Keene & Ian W. Archer

: Hardback, 288 pp, 18 × 25 cm.

176

2015. London Topographical Record, XXXI,

ed. Ann Saunders

: Hardback, 218 pp, 18 × 25.5 cm.

177

2015. Two Early Panoramas of the Regent's Park - The Panoramas of Richard Morris & John Mortimer,

by Geoffrey Tyack

: Hardback, 46 pp, 22 × 29.6 cm.

178

2016. London Plotted: Plans of London Buildings c.1450-1720,

by Dorian Gerhold, edited by Sheila O’Connell

: hardback, 320 pp, 22 × 30.5 cm.

179

2017. London: Prints & Drawings before 1800,

by Bernard Nurse

: Hardback, 226 pp, 28.7 × 25 cm.

180

2018. A 'Connoisseur's Panorama', Thomas Girtin's Eidometropolis and Other London Views c. 1796-1802,

by Greg Smith

: Hardback, 80 pp, 30.8 × 30.8 × 1.3 cm.

181

2018. The Stone Gallery Panorama, Laurence Wright's view of the City of London from St Paul's Cathedral c. 1948-56,

by Hubert Pragnell, Patricia Hardy & Elaine Harwood

: Hardback, 56 pp, 308 × 227 × 11 cm.