Extended Tape Indicator Map Of London.
A very good example.
LONDON IN 1902
C Smith and Son, 23 Craven Street, Charing Cross,
Divided into quarter-mile squares for measuring distances
Large folding coloured lithographic map dissected and mounted on linen. 35 x 24 inches. Lacking the indicator tape. Bound in original brown cloth case, lettered in gilt containing 72pp alphabetical list of streets, public buildings and railways etc.
Fine colour printed map extending from Willesden to Hackney Marshes and from Putney Park to Nunhead. The map is marked with marginal numbers that, when cross-referenced with the indicator tape, give the street location.
Hyde: Printed Maps of London; number 230 (7)
[Stock No. 25544]