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The city and suburbs of Dublin, 1673
Scale: [ca. 1:5 000 (bar)]. Cartographic Note: Scales in feet and yards. From volume eight, Maps of Ireland, of the Dartmouth collection of maps and plans, compiled for or by George Legge, Master General of the Ordnance. The engineers de Gomme and Phillips spent from April to November 1673 remodelling the defences of Dublin.
Object number: P/49(11)
Dimensions: 550 mm x 1300 mm
- Image reference: F2018
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London