Created by the Society for the Dissemination of Useful Knowledge (SDUK) in 1836 and drawn by Clarke, this remarkable map was originally published in 1844 by Chapman and Hall, London. This historical plan depicts a bird’s eye view of the Great British capital at the very end of the Georgian era and notable sights include Tower Bridge and the infamous River Thames. The SDUK produced maps at an affordable cost for the public in order to encourage their increased use in education. The plan is delicately enhanced by the use of colour, primarily to highlight the city’s parks and green spaces and principal routes. Our high quality paper allows for the intrinsic detail of this superb map to be maintained, creating a stunning replica of the original map, perfect for any home or workplace.
* price shown is for print only