GRAVESEND STREET VIEWS.

TALLIS, JOHN.

Published by [John Tallis, 15, St. John's Lane, St. John's Gate]. [n.d. but 1839], [London], 1839
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Oblong single sheet, previously folded. 17.5 x 5.5 inches. Four strip views of both sides of Gravesend High Street, with names of businesses. At one end an engraving of the Falcon Hotel, at the other a street plan of the town centre, signed E. A. Sergeant, del. In his study of the London Street views by John Tallis, Jackson, referencing Gravesend Library, mentions the Gravesend Street Views as having been published in July 1839: 'It was a charming little production which, in addition to the text, contained three plates of exactly the same size and format as those of London, each with four elevations bounded by a view and a map.'' (p.17). This single sheet, of the High Street, is an extract from the complete work of 3 plates, A Comprehensive Gazetteer of Gravesend with its Environs; being a Complete Guide for Visitors on Pleasure or Business, to which is added a General Directory of Gravesend (published by Tallis in 1839; copy in Gravesend Library). John Tallis ( 817-1876) was a cartographic publisher, well known for his London Street Views. KENT GRAVESEND KENT - NORTH KENT TOPOGRAPHY MAPS- 19TH CENTURY KENT Jackson, John Tallis's London Street View 1838-1840 (1969). Kent Bibliography. Bookseller Inventory # 21566

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Title: GRAVESEND STREET VIEWS.

Publisher: [John Tallis, 15, St. John's Lane, St. John's Gate]. [n.d. but 1839], [London]

Publication Date: 1839

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