Only in London by Duncan J.D. Smith

For those who never tire of exploring London LONDON, thou art of townes A per se . Soveraign of cities, seemliest in sight, Of high renoun, riches and royaltie; Of lordis, barons, and many a goodly knyght; Of most delectable lusty ladies bright; Of famous prelatis, in habitis clericall; Of merchauntis full of substaunce and of myght: London, thou art the flour of Cities all. In Honour of the City of London , William Dunbar (1465–1520) Above: Tiled motoring motif at Michelin House in Chelsea (see no. 74) Page 2: Toy ducks recall the so-called Winchester Geese buried at Cross Bones Graveyard in Southwark (see no. 87)