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The Bay of Escoria
North America, the Pacific Coast, Panama, Punta Mala and Nata. Bound in 'A Wagoner of the South Sea describing the sea coast from Acapulco to Albemarle isle', an English translation of a Spanish derrotero captured from the Spanish ship 'Rosario' by Captain Bartholomew Sharpe in 1680. Hack made multiple copies of this atlas. This one was presented to James II. It shows Sharpe's track, depicts the silver mine at Potosi, has a decorated title cartouche and scale.
- Image reference: F1843
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London