"An Antient View of St James's, Westminster Abbey & Hall, &c from the Village of Charing, now Charing Cross."
Published as the Act directs, by Alexr Hogg, at the Kings Arms, No 16, Paternoster Row, London
Published by Alexander Hogg (fl. c.1778-1824), circa 1784
Believed engraved by R Myers (fl. c.1790-1802)
Height: 226 millimetres
Width: 348 millimetres
An original George III copperplate engraving of an interesting historical view across London with St James's and Westminster from what is now Charing Cross. The image is based on a drawing by Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-77), now in the Royal Collection (RCIN 913264). The fields in the foregound occupy what would now be Trafalgar Square. Various buildings are identified with a numbered key beneath.
See British Museum 1978,U.3514
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