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Fabulous vintage Victorian London map showing the main central districts, circa 1895.
Areas are depicted as hexagons, each covering an area of two miles. The centre is defined at St Paul's cathedral, and shows districts;- Islington, Hornsey, Bethnal Green, Hackney, Southwark, Old Ford, Kennington, Poplar, Westminster, Deptford, St Pancras, Peckham, Brixton, Battersea, Chelsea, Marylebone, St John's Wood and Kentish Town. 

A must-have gift for anyone with a love of London, or who appreciates maps and cartography. This is a timeless image, that will appeal to residents, or anyone with an interest in the history of London.

This is a digitally enhanced and tweaked scan from a Victorian book. It adds a stylish, informative piece of interest to any wall, and monochrome colours work well in any decor.  

Measuring 30x30cm square, the print is supplied with a black wood and glass frame. The image has a white border.

Vintage ‘Hexagon’ Map of London Framed Print

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