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The south part of Virginia, 1657
Nicholas Comberford was a leading member of the Thames School of chart makers who drew manuscript plane charts on vellum. Contains sailing directions. The chart is decorated with animals and ships. A pair of dividers is depicted above the scale.
Original size: 390 mm x 250 mm
- Image reference: K1036
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London