The coast of England from the Southforeland to Orfordness by John Seller

The coast of England from the Southforeland to Orfordness

John Seller

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The coast of England from the Southforeland to Orfordness

Scale: [ca. 1:250 000 (bar)]. Cartographic Note: North at 90 degrees. Borders graduated for latitude. Bar scales in English miles. Contents Note: Contains an inset of the River Thames, N at 180 degrees, scale ca.1:150 000 (bar). Contains a list of names of the sands and shoals. The title cartouche incorporates cherubs with surveying instruments and the arms of the Duke of York. Decoration also includes the arms of Trinity House.

Inscribed 'A draught of the sands, channels, buoyes, beacons and sea-marks upon the coast of England: from the Southforeland to Orfordness. Discovered by Capt. Gilbert Crane, and Capt. Tho: Browne, Elder Bretheren of ye Trinity House. The sea coast surveighed by Jonas Moor, Esquire, & published by the special license and aprobation of his Royal Highness the Duke of York'.
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  • Image reference: F8058

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