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This stunning black and white chart of the Eastern seaboard of North America displays land relief and nautical detail in equal measure and is (in this version/state) previously unpublished. The sheer scale and accuracy of the survey is astonishing.

Chart Information
Reference: A205
Date 1st March 1780
Hydrographer/Surveyor/Artist: J.F.W Des Barres & Lt John Knight & others
Size Of Original: w 36" x h 68"
Paper Type Hahnemuhle German Etching 310gsm

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w36" x h68"




w25.5" x h48"




w18" x h34"


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This chart is composed from the deposit of Surveys of the Right Honourable the Lords of Trade with Soundings & Nautical Remarks from Lt. J. Knight of the Navy and others and published by J.F.W Des Barres. Despite its scale it bears a great deal in common with a number of other surveys published around the time which, like this example were compiled by Des Barres, such as Knight (see Heritage Chart A101 and A115), Avery (Heritage Chart A305) and Snape Hammond (Heritage Chart A301). Unlike other published versions or states of this chart the land is heavily hachured inland of the sea and rivers, especially in to the lands above New York.

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