Old Images of Battersea, London

Etching of Battersea, published sometime between 1720-1750, former owner George III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820, now part of the Topographical Collection of George III in the British Library archives

Old Images of Barnes, London

Barnes Terrace in 1823, from a print - page 1073 of "Old & New London, by W. Thornbury and Edward Walford, Illustrated" now in the archives of the British Library

Old Images of Barking, London

3 extracts from an illustration on page 55 of "Berkyngechirche juxta Turrim. Collections in illustration of the parochial history and antiquities of the ancient parish of Allhallows, Barking, in the City of London" by Joseph Maskell, published in 1864, now in the archives of the British Library

Old Images of Acton, London

"A view of town Acton Middlesex", published March 1, 1799 by Darling & Thompson Gt Newport Street and T. Simpson St. Pauls Church Yard. Former owner was George III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820, now part of the King's Topographical Collection in the British Library

Old Images of Pimlico, London

Book illustration for "Old and new London: a narrative of its history, its people, and its places", by Walter Thornbury, published 1873, depicts Pimlico's Monster Tea Gardens in 1820.