Conway Harbour and Port Aylesbury, North American Atlantic Coast by J.F.W. Des Barres

Conway Harbour and Port Aylesbury, North American Atlantic Coast

J.F.W. Des Barres

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Conway Harbour and Port Aylesbury, North American Atlantic Coast

The Atlantic Neptune is a magnificent four-volume atlas of sea charts and views of the east coast of North America, published during the American Revolutionary War by Joseph Frederick Wallet Des Barres (1722-1824). The atlas spans from the St. Lawrence River and Nova Scotia, to Florida and the Gulf of Mexico. One volume also includes Havana and ports in Jamaica. The four volumes were completed between 1777 and 1781, though sheets were published individually as early as 1774.
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Original size: 710 mm x 550 mm

  • Image reference: K0200

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