The A to Z of Victorian London with introductory notes by Ralph Hyde. Reproduced from Bacon's 1888 Large-Scale Ordnance Atlas of London and Suburbs. 34 nine inch per mile sheets extending Wormwood Scrubs-West Ham; Crouch End-Herne Hill; and 24 four inch per mile sheets extending Twickenham-Sidcup; Palmer's Green-Croydon with keys and index. Hardback, 140pp. Publication no 136 (1987). £26.
Map of the Geology and Contours of London and its Environs by R. W. Mylne, 1856, with introductory notes by Eric Robinson and Simon Morris. Four colour sheets plus six sheets of introduction, in folder. Publication no 146 (1993). £20.
The Kentish Town Panorama by James King c.1850. 26 sheets each 24 x 48 cm in folder, with explanatory booklet by John Richardson. Publication no 133 (1986). £10.
Charles Booth’s Descriptive Map of London Poverty, 1889 with introduction by Dr David Reeder. Booth documented London's social structure in his maps, which were issued in 1889-91. He used a system of colour coding to identify the inhabitants of each street, ranging from the richest to the poor and criminal. Four map sheets in full colour extending Belsize Park to Clapham Junction, Notting Hill to Poplar (i.e. covering the whole area of inner London), plus two sheets of introduction, in folder. Publication no 130 (1984). £20.
Map of the railways proposed by the Bills of the Session of 1863 in the Metropolis and its vicinity – a period of Railway Mania, brought to an end by the banking crash of 1866. 71 x 63 cm. Publication no 116 (1973). £4.
Drawings of Old and New London Bridge by E W Cooke c.1830. Six sheets each 35 x 28 cm in folder. Publication no 113 (1970). £10.