A 1765 map of Liverpool
Compiled by John Eyes, a local surveyor, and the cartographer and engraver Thomas Kitchin, who was Hydrographer to George III. This was a time of expansion and industrialisation in Liverpool, with rope works and noxious lime kilns dominating the area around the current Lime Street station, and the area around Old Hall Street and St Paul’s Square completely built upon with desirable merchants’ residences.
Original Size: 67 x 81 cms
|Size||Art on Demand Paper||Bamboo Paper||Rice Paper|
|101 cm X 122 cm||£2500||£2500||£2500|
|84 cm X 101 cm||£2000||£2000||£2000|
|67 cm X 81 cm||£1500||£1500||£1500|