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by Cruchley, G. F. (George Frederick)
[London] : Engraved & published by G.F. Cruchley, mapseller & globemaker, 81 Fleet St., [1857?]
 
by Cruchley, G. F. (George Frederick)
London : Engraved & published by G.F. Cruchley, mapseller, 81 Fleet St., 1842 Apr. 1
 
by Cruchley, G. F. (George Frederick)
London : Engraved & published by G.F. Cruchley, mapseller & globemaker, 81 Fleet St., [1853?]
 
by Cruchley, G. F. (George Frederick)
London : Engraved & published by G.F. Cruchley, Mapseller, 38 Ludgate Street, 1832
 
by Cruchley, G. F. (George Frederick)
[London] : Engraved & published by G.F. Cruchley, mapseller & globe maker, 81 Fleet St., June 15th 1841
 
by Cruchley, G. F. (George Frederick)
[London] : Engraved & published by G.F. Cruchley, mapseller & globe maker, 81 Fleet St., [1868?]
 
by Cruchley, G. F. (George Frederick)
[London] : Engraved & published by G.F. Cruchley, mapseller & globemaker, 81 Fleet St, April 1st 1842
 
by Cruchley, G. F. (George Frederick)
London : Published by G.F. Cruchley, Mapseller, 81 Fleet Street, Jany. 1st 1840
 
by Cruchley, G. F. (George Frederick)
London ; Edinburgh : Published by Gall & Inglis, 25 Paternoster Square, [1889?]
 
by Arrowsmith, John, 1790-1873
London : Pubd. ... by John Arrowsmith, 35 Essex St. Strand : By G. Cruchley, Map Seller & Publisher, 81 Fleet Street, from 38 Ludgate Stt. ... Engraving & Printing in all its various branches, 1838
 
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