Ref: View005, 1616, Claes Jan Visscher
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A Panorama of London first published circa 1616 by Dutchman Claes Jan Visscher, republished 2017. A view of the River Thames and historic London. To the left Burley House, Harrow-On-The-Hill and The Savoy. Old Paul's Church, in the centre, had lost it's spire by this time. The two theatres on the foreground (Southwark side of the Thames) are The Bear Garden and The Globe. The large church in the foreground in St Mary Overie, now Southwark Cathedral. A very detailed impression of London Bridge four storeys high.
|Dissected in a marbled slip case
|Rolled in a plain tube
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