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File:Regent's Park London from 1833 Schmollinger map.jpg


English: Regent's Park section of "Improved map of London for 1833, from Actual Survey. Engraved by W. Schmollinger, 27 Goswell Terrace", photographed for Wikipedia by User:Pointillist. All rights of the photographer are hereby released. The grey fold mark represents the vertical orientation of the original map.
Date 31 March 2008 (original upload date)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; transferred to Commons by User:Oxyman using CommonsHelper.
Author Original uploader was Pointillist at en.wikipedia
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