Beautiful early 18th century post-fire panorama of London as seen from the south bank facing the newly rebuilt St. Paul’s Cathedral. This view of London, which is nearly four feet long and comprises two joined sheets, was engraved by Friedrich Bernard Werner and initially published ca 1730 by Georg’s father, Johann Friedrich Probst. The plan portrays a view of London, highlighting the old London Bridge and a very busy Thames with a variety of sailing ships and barges, stretching from Somerset House in the west to the Tower in the east. Also included are keys of 70 important locations, one each in English, Latin and German. Blank verso. At the time of printing a crack had developed in the plate, which can be seen in the centre-right bottom of the image. The map has been laid down on an archival board and is ready for framing. Otherwise, a finely coloured example of one of my favourite views of London in excellent condition.