The A to Z of Georgian London with introductory notes by Ralph Hyde. John Rocque's Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster, 1747, in book form on a scale of 14 inches per mile, with key and index. Extends Knightsbridge-Limehouse; Finsbury-Walworth. Hardback, 88pp. Publication no 126 (1982). £23.
Charles Robert Cockerell’s Tribute to Sir Christopher Wren. Full-colour reproduction of Cockerell’s large watercolour capriccio of circa 1838 showing over 50 buildings attributed to Wren, mainly in London. With an introduction by John Schofield, key by Tracy Wellman and reproduction of the engraving by William Richardson based on the watercolour. Size 19.5 x 22.5 in (50 x 57 cm). Publication no 162 (2003). £20.
Jan Kip’s View of London, Westminster and St James's Park 1720. With an introduction by Ralph Hyde and keys by Peter Jackson. Twelve map sheets each approx 20 x 27 in (51 x 69 cm). Publication no 161 (2003). £35.
Barker’s Panorama of London from the Roof of the Albion Mills, with introduction by Ralph Hyde and keys by Peter Jackson. Robert Barker not only invented and patented the concept of a vast 360 degree painting, but he also originated the word panorama. His London panorama of 1792 was displayed in a specially constructed building and launched a phenomenon which swept Europe and America. Our publication reproduces the aquatint engraving, which immortalised his achievement. Six colour sheets plus three sheets of introduction, in a folder. Publication no 139 (1988). £10.00.