For the Stranger to late Georgian London
By MOGG, Edward, 1826
The Strangers Guide to London and Westminster exhibiting all the various Alterations & Improvements complete to the Present Time.
- Author: MOGG, Edward
- Publication place: London
- Publisher: Published by Edward Mogg, No.51 Charing Cross
- Publication date: January 1st, 1826.
- Physical description: Hand-coloured engraved plan, dissected and mounted on linen, list of hackney coach fares to verso, housed within original paper slipcase, with publisher’s label, rubbed and scuffed.
- Dimensions: 420 by 580mm (16.5 by 22.75 inches).
- Inventory reference: 1674
Edward Mogg (fl.1803–1860) was a cartographer, engraver, and publisher, active in London at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Rather unusually for the time he not only drew his own maps, but also engraved them. The business was mainly based upon the production of pocket travel guides and maps.
Scale: 4 inches to 1 statue mile.
- Howgego 238 5d.
- Howgego, J. (1978). Printed maps of London, circa 1553–1850. Folkestone: Dawson.