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[HUGHES, H. / COGHLAN, Francis?].
A New Map of London, Westminster, Southwark, And Their Suburbs for Coghlan's Picture of London. London: H. Hughes, 15 St. Martin-le-Grand. 1836.
Map dimensions 25 x 39.3 cm, overall dimensions 26.7 x 42.2 cm. Small folding street plan of London extending from Hackney down to Deptford and East India Docks across to Brompton. Original colour in block and outline. The plan dissected into 10 sections and mounted on linen with marbled paper to folded end sections. Folds into matching marbled paper covered slipcase, publisher's title label to upper board. Spines of slipcase perished, other extremities worn. Small closed split to linen along one the upper vertical folds, otherwise a charming little map.
An early unrecorded issue. Howgego refers to a map of the same title, publisher and very similar dimensions, but with a publish date of 1847. A "new edition" of the "Coghlan's Pocket Picture of London" of the same year listed on Copac, nothing earlier
Cf. Howgego, No. 405. Not listed by Boyle.