Dated from 1931 and designed by Hoffman, this wonderful map shows the Inns of Court and places frequented by the Learned in Law. The authentic parchment map was originally published by The Barnard Press of London and is stunningly detailed, indicating down to the streets, alleys, churches, public buildings, hotels, taverns, theatres and many more points of interest found within half a mile of The Royal Courts of Justice. The map shows the Thames River in its lower section noting many sites including Waterloo Bridge, Farrington Street and the Strand. Detailed coats of arms of the city decorated this elaborate plan adding to its bold, striking impression. Hoffman was a renowned cartographer and painter of the era; we have a number of his maps in our vast collection.
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