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A View of Deptford. Engraved for the Modern Universal British Traveller
Copper-plate print, titled below image 'A View of Deptford' and above, 'Engraved for the Modern Universal British Traveller', which was written by Charles Burlington and David Lewellyn Rees, and published by J. Cooke in 1779. Apart from being in a different publication, however, this is the same plate first issued in Harrison's 'History of London', 1775 (see PAD1047).
Original size: Print: 182 x 291 mm
- Image reference: PU1048
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London