Uncoloured plan of the Edinburgh by William Edgar that was first published in 1742 and revised and updated in 1765. One of the most famous plans of Edinburgh from the 18th century, the town is shown in great detail from the Castle on the far left to the Palace of Holyroodhouse on the far right. The map contains a key that identifies 97 street names and a further 18 landmarks and is decorated with the royal coat of arms as well as those of the city. Blank verso. A strong dark impression in excellent condition. 30 cm x 60 cm