Ancient topography of London; containing not only views of buildings which in many instances no longer exist, and for the most part were never before published; but some account of places and customs either unknown, or overlooked by the London historians
RA Collection: Book
London: Printed by J. M'Creery, published and sold by the proprietor, John Thomas Smith, etc., 1815
3 unnumbered leaves, 82 pages, 54 plates : 2 added colour title pages, illustrations, plans ; 35 cm.
With two added colour, engraved title pages, both dated 24th October 1810:  "Topography of London, drawn and etched by J. T. Smith, intended as an additional accompaniment to the celebrated work of Pennant."  "Antient topography of London embracing specimens of sacred, public, and domestic architecture, from the earliest period to the time of the Great Fire 1666; drawn and etched by John Thomas Smith, intended as an accompaniment to the celebrated works of Stow, Pennant and others."
"Sold likewise by Messrs. John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill; Boydell and Co., Cheapside; Mr. Bagster, Strand; Colnaghi and Co., Cockspur-Street; Messrs. Pane and Foss, Pall-Mall; Mr. Clarke, Bond-Street; Mr. Booth, Duke-Street, Portland Place; Mr. Ryan, Oxford-Street; Mr. Setchel, King-Street, Covent-Garden; and Mr. Upham, Bath.” [Foot of title page].
Half-bound in leather; marbled covers. Spine lettered in gilt: "Smith's London"