A chart of the easternmost part of the East Indies with all the adjacent islands from Cape Comorin to Japan by John Seller

A chart of the easternmost part of the East Indies with all the adjacent islands from Cape Comorin to Japan

John Seller

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A chart of the easternmost part of the East Indies with all the adjacent islands from Cape Comorin to Japan by John Seller zoom

A chart of the easternmost part of the East Indies with all the adjacent islands from Cape Comorin to Japan

A chart from 'Atlas Maritimus', or the Sea Atlas; being a book of maritime charts.

North at 270 degrees. Borders graduated for latitude. Plane chart. Bar scales in English and French leagues, Spanish leagues and Dutch miles.

Title decorated with a Chinese land yacht. Chart dedicated to Lord George Berkeley, privy councillor, member of the council of trade and the East India Company.
John Seller

  • Image reference: F8074

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