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Chart of the western Atlantic, 1678
Gascoyne was apprenticed to John Burston, a Thames School chart maker, in 1668. As well as drawing manuscript plates like this, he also engraved sea charts for John Seller and became a land surveyor.
Original size: 710 mm x 530 mm
- Image reference: K0998
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London