Printed map. Sheet is numbered, "First plate". Within cartouche of upper map, "Presented by me to his Majesty a week after the conflagration, together with a discourse now in the paper office. JE". Lower map also has the signature, "JE". Visual scale [37 mm=480 paces]. Upper map includes index to points of interest. According to the catalogue from the firm, Historic Urban Plan (Ithaca, N.Y.), the map plates "are the plans of Christopher Wren and John Evelyn for the rebuilding of London after the great fire of 1666. Engraved in 1748 for the London Antiquarian Society...." (viewed May 2017, http://historicurbanplans.com/catalog-list-only/london-1666). The upper map resembles another plan in McMaster's collection entitled, "Sir John Evelyn's plan for rebuilding the city of London after the Great Fire in 1666" [1808?]; see RMC_107692. Acquired as part of the Hodsoll Collection.