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Signature Maker Instruments Comments Location References
LEA, PHILIP England, fl.1689-1700, MIM Planispheres = Burton Constable (2). apprenticed to Robert Morden of the Weavers' Company in 1675; free of the Company in 1683; father-in-law of Richard Glynne; Lea published maps and globes; succeeded by his widow, Anne Lea in 1701; see Morden, Berry and Lea. at the Atlas and Hercules in the Poultry over against the old Jury (1683-86); at the Atlas and Hercules in Cheapside next to the corner of Friday Street (1687-1700) and also in Westminster Hall near the Court of Common Pleas (1689-95); all in London. Tyacke 1; Elizabeth Hall; NMM 2; Evans 1; Taylor 1(309); Daumas 1; Dawson 216; Crawforth 6; RSW.

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