|Published||London: Printed for T. Osborne and J. Shipton, in Gray's-Inn; and J. Hodges, near London-Bridge, 1756.|
|Dimensions||190 x 337 mm|
A map depicting John Evelyn's plan for rebuilding London after the fire of 1666 from William Maitland's The History and Survey of London from it's Foundation to the Present Time with views of The Parish Church of St. Trinity in the Minories, and the Chapel of the Rolls.
Benjamin Cole (1697-1783) was an English printmaker, who engraved, printed and sold prints from his shop at St Paul's Church in London. He also produced a wide variety of book illustrations, and is not to be confused with the near contemporary map engraver of the same name (1667-1729), who was active in Oxford.
Condition: Vertical creases as issued.