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In this section all maps are listed chronologically. Measurements are given in centimetres, height by width, excluding margins.

Sea Charts

Antique Sea Charts, U.S. Coast Surveys and Admiralty Charts from around the World 

Exchange rate (approximately):  £ 1.00 = EUR 1.15 = US-$ 1.25

ILE DE RÉ - ILE D’OLÉRON:
1501. Blaeu, W. ‘INSULAE DIVI MARTINI ET ULIARUS, VULGO L’ISLE DE RÉ ET OLERON’. Detailed chart of Ile de Ré and Ile d’Oléron with coast line around La Rochelle. North orientated to the left. Decorative cartouche and scale of miles with sea monster, ships and four compass roses. Willem Blaeu ca. 1650 [24112] 39 x 54 cm. Original outline colour, including cartouches. Excellent condition. £450
H24112ReBlaeu.jpg (101299 bytes)

CAPE VERDE ISLANDS:
1505. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘INSULAE DE CABO VERDE OLIM HESPERIDES SIVE GORGADES...’. Sea chart of the Cape Verde Islands with large decorative cartouche. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [22073] 43 x 54 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £350
As issued, in its original state, no later colour added to cartouches etc.
H22073CapeVerdeSchenk.jpg (103018 bytes)

ENGLISH CHANNEL:
1507. Visscher, N. / Schenk, P. ‘MANICA, GALLIS LA MANCHE, ET BELGIS HET CANAAL, PARS OCEANI INTER ANGLIAM ET GALLIAM...’.Sea Chart of the English Channel, coastal areas and ports of southern England, Bretagne and Normandie. Figurative cartouche and two compass roses. Published by Pieter Schenk junior from the plate by Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1720 [21844] 48 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £400
H21844ChannelVisscher.jpg (101979 bytes)

ENGLISH CHANNEL:
1509. Seutter, M. ‘LA PLUS GRANDE PARTIE DE LA MANCHE...’. Antique map of the eastern part of the English Channel from the Isle of Wight eastwards, including southeast England with Oxford and London, and the coastal areas of Normandy. Large pictorial cartouche. Matthaeus Seutter ca. 1730 [23557] 49 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £375
H23557ChannelSeutter.jpg (102340 bytes)

NORTH ATLANTIC:
1511. Bellin, N. ‘CARTE DE L’OCEAN OCCIDENTAL’. Sea chart of the North Atlantic with West Indian, North American, West African and West European coastlines and large central compassrose. Nicolas Bellin 1746 [23995] 32 x 46 cm. Large cartouche and Dutch text below image. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £240
H23995AtlanticBellin(col).jpg (101727 bytes)

NORTHERN EUROPE - GREENLAND - ICELAND:
1512. Bellin, N. ‘CARTE REDUITE DES MERS DU NORD’. Antique map of Scandinavia, British Isles, Greenland, Labrador, and Iceland in the centre. Defined coastlines, but without much inland detail, in the manner of a sea chart. Nicolas Bellin 1758 [21409] 33 x 45 cm. Large cartouche. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £225
H21409MersduNordBellin(col).jpg (102471 bytes)

ENGLISH CHANNEL:
1513. Lotter, T. C. ‘LA PLUS GRANDE PARTIE DE LA MANCHE QUI CONTIENT LES CÔTES D’ANGLETERRE ET CELLES DE FRANCE...’. Southeast England, the Channel and parts of the French and Belgian coast. Tobias Conrad Lotter in Augsburg ca. 1770 [20108] 49 x 57 cm. Full original colour, the large highly decorative cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £375
H20108ChannelLotter.jpg (113479 bytes)

SUMATRA:
1515. D’Après de Mannevillette. ‘PLAN DE LA RADE D’ACHEM ET DES ISLES CIRCONVOISINES SITUÉES A LA PARTIE DU NORD-OUEST DE SUMATRA’. Sea chart of the port of Banda Aceh and several adjoining islands on the north tip of Sumatra. G. Delahaye after D’Après de Mannevillette for Neptune Oriental ca. 1775 [19700] 48 x 33 cm. £120
H19700SumatraMannevillette.jpg (101633 bytes)

SOUTH PACIFIC:
1517. Anonymous. ‘CHARTE VON EINEM THEILE DES SÜD-MEERES...’. Early map of the South Sea from the American West Coast to New Zealand, Australia and Indonesia, showing the tracks of Capt. Cook (1769), Capt. Carteret (1767), Capt. Wallis, and Capts. Byron and Wallis (1765). Tasmania is still attached to Australia. Engraved by Glassbach in Berlin ca. 1776 [21753] 25 x 45 cm. Uncoloured. Previously folded. Excellent condition. £300
Uncommon map.
H21753SudmeerGlassbach.jpg (87248 bytes)

FLORIDA:
1519. U.S. Coast Survey. [UNTITLED]. Coastal chart of the east and west coasts of Florida from Miami to St. Augustine and Gullivan’s Bay to Apalachee Bay. Inset sketch of St. John’s River off Jacksonville and another smaller coastal section above Jacksonville. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [22841] 41 x 42 cm. Uncoloured. Previously folded, but very good condition. £125
H22841FloridaBache.jpg (94062 bytes)

NANTUCKET:
1520. U.S. Coast Survey. ‘...THE SEA COAST OF MASSACHUSETTS FROM SAUGHKONNET RIVER TO PLYMOUTH’. Large coastal chart with soundings from Buzzards Bay, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Island to the Nantucket Shoals. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [22842] 56 x 80 cm. Uncoloured. Previously folded, but very good condition. £300
Under the direction of Superintendent A. D. Bache.
H22842NantucketBache.jpg (76736 bytes)

CALIFORNIA:
1522. U.S. Coast Survey. ‘PRELIMINARY CHART OF SAN PABLO BAY CALIFORNIA’. Large coastal chart of San Pablo Bay above San Francisco with the soundings. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [22847] Uncoloured. Previously folded, but very good condition. £125
Under the direction of Superintendent A. D. Bache.
H22847PabloUSCoast.jpg (101865 bytes)

FLORIDA KEYS:
1523. U.S. Coast Survey. ‘...FROM CAPE FLORIDA TO TORTUGAS ISLANDS’. Large coastal chart/sketch of the Florida Keys from Key Biscayne to Key West and the Dry Tortugas Islands. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [22848] 51 x 79 cm. Uncoloured. Previously folded, but very good condition. £125
Under the direction of Superintendent A. D. Bache.
H22848FloridaKeysBache.jpg (72443 bytes)

BALTIMORE:
1524. U.S. Coast Survey. ‘PATAPSCO RIVER AND THE APPROACHES’. Large detailed chart of the mouth of the Patapsco River with soundings. Baltimore showing in the top left corner. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [22850] 44 x 69 cm. Uncoloured. Previously folded, but very good condition. £125
Under the direction of Superintendent A. D. Bache.
H22850BaltimoreBache.jpg (103335 bytes)

MASSACHUSETTS - CAPE COD:
1525. U.S. Coast Survey. ‘...MONOMOY SHOALS MASSACHUSETTS’. Large detailed chart of the Monomoy Shoals between Cape Cod and Nantucket with soundings. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [22851] 61 x 46 cm. Uncoloured. Previously folded, but very good condition. £125
Under the direction of Superintendent A. D. Bache.
H22851CapeCodBache.jpg (103693 bytes)

VIRGINIA - RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER:
1526. U.S. Coast Survey. ‘RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER VIRGINIA FROM FREDERICKSBURG TO MOSS NECK’. Detailed chart with soundings of the River Rappahannock between Moss Neck and Fredericksburg. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [22854] 73 x 45 cm. Uncoloured. Previously folded, but very good condition. £100
Under the direction of Superintendent A. D. Bache.
H22854RappahannockUSCoast.jpg (102838 bytes)

FLORIDA:
1527. U.S. Coast Survey. ‘FLORIDA REEFS FROM KEY BISCAYNE TO PICKLES REEF’. Detailed chart with soundings. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [22856] 47 x 32 cm. Uncoloured. Previously folded, but very good condition. £125
Under the direction of Superintendent A. D. Bache.
H22856FloridaReefsBache.jpg (102841 bytes)

WASHINGTON TERRITORY:
1528. U.S. Coast Survey. ‘OLYMPIA HARBOUR’. Chart with soundings of Olympia Harbour. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [22900] 32 x 26 cm. Uncoloured. Very good condition. £80
H22900OlympiaUSCoast.jpg (90938 bytes)

WASHINGTON TERRITORY:
1529. U.S. Coast Survey. ‘STEILACOOM HARBOUR’. Chart with soundings of Steilacoom Harbour. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [22901] 30 x 40 cm. Uncoloured. Very good condition. £80
H22901SteilacoomUSCoast.jpg (93392 bytes)

CALIFORNIA:
1530. U.S. Coast Survey. ‘RECONNAISSANCE OF THE S.E.END OF SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND’. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [26777] 30 x 43 cm. Uncoloured. Very good condition. £100
H26777ClementeUSCoast.jpg (102135 bytes)

CALIFORNIA:
1531. U.S. Coast Survey. ‘PRELIMINARY SURVEY OF ANACAPA ISLAND AND EAST END OF SANTA CRUZ ISLAND’. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [26778] 23 x 65 cm. Uncoloured. Very good condition. £125
H26778AnacapaUSCoast.jpg (101732 bytes)

WASHINGTON:
1532. U.S. Coast Survey. ‘PRELIMINARY SURVEY OF SHOALWATER BAY, WASHINGTON’. U.S. Coast Survey 1856 [26779] 63 x 43 cm. Uncoloured. Very good condition. £125
H26779WashingtonUSCoast.jpg (100243 bytes)

HONGKONG and FORMOSA:
1534. Weller, E. ‘COAST OF CHINA FROM HAINAN ISLD. TO HIE-CHE-CHIN BAY’ and ‘COAST OF CHINA FROM HIE-CHE-CHIN BAY TO SAN MOON BAY’. 2 coastal maps (sea charts) on one sheet, from Hainan to Hong Kong, and from Shantou on the coast opposite Formosa to almost Ningbo south of Shanghai, showing the northern part of Formosa as well, giving soundings in fathoms. For Weekly Dispatch Atlas engraved by Edward Weller ca. 1863 [17138] 43 x 30 cm. Original one-tone colour. Excellent condition. £90
H17138hongkongweller.jpg (89990 bytes)

HAMPSHIRE - SUSSEX COAST:
1535. Depot de la Marine. ‘ANGLETERRE (CÔTE SUD) DE PORTSMOUTH A BEACHY HEAD’. Doublepage detailed seachart of the Hampshire / Sussex coast between Portsmouth / Isle of Wight, Brighton, and Eastbourne (Beachy Head), the soundings given in metres and the position of various lighthouses indicated in yellow/red. Engraved by L. Grenier after Vialard for Depot des Cartes et Plans de la Marine 1865 [26396] 44 x 65 cm. Uncoloured, except for surrounds and lighthouses. Small paper cut-out to top white margin (not affecting image), otherwise very good condition. £200
H26396HantsSussexDepot.jpg (102941 bytes)

ASTAKOS - DRAGAMESTI:
1536. Admiralty Charts. ‘DRAGAMESTI BAY AND APPROACHES’. Detailed large sea chart of Dragamesti Bay on the Greek West coast, surveyed by Lieut. Morris H. Smyth. Published under the Superintendenceof Captain W. J. L. Wharton by the Admiralty 1893 [26436] 98 x 65 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £150
H26436DragamestiAdmiralty.jpg (101827 bytes)

MURMANSK - RUSSIAN LAPLAND:
1538. Admiralty Charts. ‘RUSSIAN LAPLAND - KOLA INLET’. Large sea chart of the Kola inlet, leading from the Barents Sea to the Russian harbour town of Murmansk (founded in 1916) and further to Kola. Two large inset charts of the Kola environs in detail and Port Alexandrovsk (Ekateriniskaya). Published after Russian Government Charts under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral J. F. Parry at the Admiralty 1913 [26437] 106 x 66 cm. Uncoloured with overall olive tint. Excellent condition. £125
H26437MurmanskAdmiralty.jpg (100580 bytes)

PERU:
1539. Admiralty Charts. ‘SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST SHEET XII / PERU AND CHILE / CABO LOBOS TO PUNTA PESCADORES’. Sea chart of the south Peruvian coastline to the Chilean border at Arica, with 3 inset harbour plans of Puerto de Ilo, Puerto Mollendo and Caleta Ocona. First published at the Admiralty 1840, and now with a few corrections by the Admiralty 1940 [26435] 48 x 62 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £60
H26435PeruAdmiralty.jpg (103095 bytes)

KHOR MUSA / IRAN:
1540. Admiralty Charts. ‘PERSIAN GULF - KHOR MUSA’. Deatiled sea chart of the bay of Khor Musa on the Iran - Iraq border with three inset charts of Khor Mashur, The Bar at Khor Musa and Bandar Shapur, from the latest information in the Hydrographic Department to 1948. Published under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral A. G. N. Wyatt by the Admiralty 1948 [26439] 99 x 66 cm. Uncoloured with overall olive tint. Excellent condition. £150
H26439IranAdmiralty.jpg (99080 bytes)

CORSICA:
1542. Admiralty Charts. ‘GULF OF ST. FLORENT (SAN FIORENZO)’. Sea chart of the Gulf of Florent on the north coast of Corsica from a French Government plan published in 1894. First published at the Admiralty 1895 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small correctionsby the Admiralty 1950 [26823] 37 x 49 cm. Uncoloured. Folded once, otherwise excellent condition. £75
H26823FlorentAdmiralty.jpg (102512 bytes)

QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS:
1543. Admiralty Charts. ‘ENGLEFIELD BAY AND APPROACHES’, ‘HOUSTON STEWART CHANNEL’, ‘CUMSHEWA INLET’, and four other sea charts of other Queen Charlotte Islands (off the Canadian West coast) on one double map sheet. Compiled from earlier Canadian Government Charts under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral A. Day at the Admiralty 1952 [26434] 97 x 65 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
H26434CanadaAdmiralty.jpg (100886 bytes)

CHERBOURG:
1544. Admiralty Charts. ‘CAPE FLAMANVILLE TO ST. MARCOUF IS.’. Detailed sea chart of Cherbourg harbour on the French north coast and its environs, compiled from the latest French Government Charts to 1921. First published by the Admiralty 1888 under the Superintendence of Captain W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1953 [26438] 65 x 98 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
H26438FlamanvilleAdmiralty.jpg (103045 bytes)

CÔTE D’AZUR:
1545. Admiralty Charts. ‘CAPE FERRAT TO BORDIGHERA’. Large sea chart of the Côte d’Azur between Cape Ferrat and Bordighera, compiled from French and Italian Government Charts to 1901. Large inset chart of Port Monaco. First published at the Admiralty 1902 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral W. J. L. Wharton, and now with latest corrections by the Admiralty 1954 [26816] 67 x 115 cm. Uncoloured. Folded three times, title cartouche with brown stains, pencil lines and annotations in the sea, otherwise good condition. £125
H26816MonacoAdmiralty.jpg (99795 bytes)

FIJI ISLANDS:
1547. Admiralty Charts. ‘KANDAVU ISLAND. NGALOA BAY’ and ‘VITI LEVU. MBAU ROADS’. Two sea charts of Fiji Island bays in the South Pacific on one sheet. Published under the Superintendence of Captn. G. H. Richards 1868 at the Admiralty 1956 [26433] 42 x 65 cm. Uncoloured. Two small marginal tears closed, otherwise excellent condition. £100
H26433FijiAdmiralty.jpg (96713 bytes)

GULF OF GENOVA:
1548. Admiralty Charts. ‘SAN REMO TO VADA’. Sea chart of the Gulf of Genoa from San Remo to Livorno and Vada. From surveys of Messrs. Le Bourguignon-Duperré, Darondeau & Delamarche of the French Navy 1846-55, with corrections from Italian Government Surveys to 1935, and now with latest additions by the Admiralty 1956 [26808] 66 x 9 cm. Uncoloured. Previously folded three times, small ms ink number added in the sea, otherwise very good condition. £125
H26808SanRemoAdmiralty.jpg (101414 bytes)

GIBRALTAR:
1549. Admiralty Charts. ‘GIBRALTAR’. Sea chart of Gibraltar, surveyed by Capt. R. M. Southern and officers of H. M. Surveying Ship ‘Challenger’ 1947-1948. First published 1953 under the Superintendence of Vice-Admiral A. Day, and now with latest corrections by the Admiralty 1956 [26811] 99 x 66 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £150
H26811GibraltarAdmiralty.jpg (98200 bytes)

LISBON:
1550. Admiralty Charts. ‘ENTRANCE OF THE RIVER TAGUS WITH THE HARBOUR OF LISBON’. Large sea chart compiled from various Portuguese Government Surveys to 1879. First published by the Admiralty under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral G. H. Richards 1871, and now with latest corrections by the Admiralty 1956 [26812] 64 x 124 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £150
H26812LisbonAdmiralty.jpg (102813 bytes)

BARCELONA:
1552. Admiralty Charts. ‘CAPE TORTOSA TO CAPE ST. SEBASTIAN’. Large sea chart of the Spanish Costa Dorada and Costa Brava between the mouth of the Ebro and Palamos, Barcelona in the centre, compiled from Spanish Government Charts to 1890. First published at the Admiralty 1892 under the Superintendence of Captain W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1956 [26825] 66 x 110 cm. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. £100
H26825TortosaAdmiralty.jpg (100666 bytes)

KOBE - OSAKA:
1553. Admiralty Charts. ‘KOBE KO’ and ‘OSAKA KO INCLUDING AMAGASAKI KO’. Two detailed sea charts of Kobe and Osaka harbours in Japan from Japanese Goernment Charts of 1939 and 1953 respectively. First published at the Admiralty 1955 under the Superintendence of Vice-Admiral Archibald Day, and now with corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26440] 66 x 99 cm. Uncoloured with red tinted highlights. Excellent condition. £175
H26440OsakaKobeAdmiralty.jpg (100655 bytes)

BAY OF BISCAY:
1554. Admiralty Charts. ‘BAY OF BISCAY’. Sea chart of the Bay of Biscay. First published 1953 under the Superintendence of Vice-Admiral A. Day, and now with some additions by the Admiralty 1957 [26807] 66 x 98 cm. Uncoloured. Previously folded twice, overall soiling. £75
H26807BiscayAdmiralty.jpg (99550 bytes)

ENGLISH CHANNEL:
1555. Admiralty Charts. ‘ENGLISH CHANNEL - WESTERN PORTION’. Sea chart of the English Channel from the Isle of Wight and Cherbourg to the West, from the latest information in the Hydrographic Department to 1955 published under the Superintendence of Commodore K. St. B. Collins, and now with latest corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26810] 66 x 99 cm. Uncoloured. Occasional slight browning, otherwise excellent condition. £125
H26810ChannelAdmiralty.jpg (101735 bytes)

GIBRALTAR - ALICANTE:
1556. Admiralty Charts. ‘GIBRALTAR TO ALICANTE / CAPE SPARTEL TO CAPE FERRAT’. Large sea chart from Spanish and French Government Charts to 1877. 15 small inset charts of Spanish harbours. First published at the Admiralty 1878 under the Superintendence of Captain F. J. Evans, and now with latest corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26813] 66 x 96 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £150
H26813GibraltarAlicanteAdmiralty.jpg (102690 bytes)

BALEARIC ISLANDS:
1557. Admiralty Charts. ‘ALICANTE TO PALAMOS WITH THE ISLAS BALEARES’. Sea chart of the Balearic Islands and the Spanish coast from Alicante to Barcelona, compiled from Spanish Government Charts to 1900. First published at the Admiralty 1882 under the Superintendence of Captain Frederick J. Evans, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26814] 65 x 96 cm. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. £150
H26814BalearesAdmiralty.jpg (98659 bytes)

GALICIA:
1558. Admiralty Charts. ‘FOZ TO CAMARIÑAS’. Sea chart of the Galicia coast between Foz and Camariñas, with El Ferrol and La Coruna in the centre, compiled from Spanish Government Charts of 1915 to 1920. Inset chart of Ria de Camariñas. First published at the Admiralty 1935 under the Superintendence of Rear-Admiral J. A. Edgell, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26817] 66 x 99 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £125
H26817CamarinasAdmiralty.jpg (99381 bytes)

BRETAGNE:
1559. Admiralty Charts. ‘FRANCE NORTH COAST SHEET VIII / USHANT TO PLATEAU DES ROCHES DOUVRES’. Large sea chart of the French north coast between Ile d’Ouessant and Les Sept Iles, compiled from the Pilote Français 1823 with additions and corrections to 1911. First published at the Admiralty 1902 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26818] 65 x 127 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
H26818FinistereAdmiralty.jpg (99934 bytes)

GALICIA - VIGO:
1560. Admiralty Charts. ‘SPAIN - WEST COAST / VIGO BAY’. Sea chart of Vigo Bay on the Spanish West Coast, compiled from the Spanish Government Chart of 1912. First published at the Admiralty under the Superintendence of Captain J. F. Parry, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26820] 66 x 98 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £125
H26820VigoAdmiralty.jpg (99392 bytes)

CAMARGUE:
1561. Admiralty Charts. ‘SÈTE TO MARSEILLES’. Sea chart of the coast between Sète and Marseille (Camargue) with a large inset chart of the Port of Sète, compiled from French Government Charts to 1912. First published at the Admiralty 1894 under the Superintendence of Captain W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26821] 66 x 98 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £120
H26821SeteAdmiralty.jpg (102456 bytes)

LANGUEDOC:
1562. Admiralty Charts. ‘CAPE ST. SEBASTIAN TO SÈTE’. Large sea chart of the coast of Languedoc in southern France and parts of the Spanish coast, compiled from the latest French and Spanish Government Charts. First published at the Admiralty 1894 under the Superintendence of Captain W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26824] 127 x 66 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
H26824SebastianAdmiralty.jpg (94590 bytes)

CORSICA:
1563. Admiralty Charts. ‘CAPE FENO TO LAVA BAY’. Sea chart of the West coast of Corsica between Ajaccio and Bonifacio from French Government Surveys 1885-90. First published at the Admiralty 1895 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26827] 98 x 66 cm. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. £125
H26827CapeFenoAdmiralty.jpg (100941 bytes)

CORSICA:
1564. Admiralty Charts. ‘LAVA BAY TO CAPE MORSETTA’. Sea chart of the West coast of Corsica between Ajaccio and Calvi from French Government Surveys 1888-90. First published at the Admiralty 1895 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26828] 98 x 65 cm. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. £125
H26828LavaBayAdmiralty.jpg (97395 bytes)

CORSICA:
1565. Admiralty Charts. ‘PORTS AND ANCHORAGES IN CORSICA’. Sea chart of 14 ports on Corsica, from French Government Charts first published at the Admiralty 1874 under the Superintendence of Captain F. J. Evans, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1958 [26815] 61 x 92 cm. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. £200
Under the depicted ports are Ajaccio, Bastia, Calvi, Ile Rousse, Porto Vecchio, Port Bonifacio.
H26815AnchoragesAdmiralty.jpg (99974 bytes)

BREST:
1566. Admiralty Charts. ‘CAP DE LA CHÉVRE TO POINTE DE CORSEN INCLUDING RADE DE BREST’. Sea chart of the western French coast around Brest, compiled from French Government Charts to 1921. First published at the Admiralty 1859 under the Superintendence of Captn. Washington, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1958 [26819] 68 x 102 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
H26819BrestAdmiralty.jpg (101310 bytes)

PORTUGAL:
1567. Admiralty Charts. ‘SPAIN AND PORTUGAL - CABO VILLANO TO CABO DE SO. VICENTE’. Sea chart of the whole Portuguese coast between Cabo de S. Vicente and Vigo/Spain. 2 inset charts of La Guardia, Baia de Sines and Baia de Sesimbra, four further inset spaces left blank. Compiled from the latest informaton in the Hydrographic Office to 1954. First published at the Admiralty 1873 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral G. H. Richards, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1958 [26831] 97 x 66 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £75
H26831PortugalAdmiralty.jpg (97115 bytes)

CORSICA:
1568. Admiralty Charts. ‘ISLAND OF CORSICA’. Sea chart of Corsica, surveyed by Captain Hell of the French Royal Navy 1824. First published at the Admiralty 1874 under the Superintendence of Captain F. J. Evans, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1959 [26826] 95 x 65 cm. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. £200
H26826CorsicaAdmiralty.jpg (100398 bytes)

SARDINIA:
1569. Admiralty Charts. ‘SARDINIA (NORTHERN PORTION)’ and ‘SARDINIA (SOUTHERN PORTION)’. Very large sea chart of Sardinia, printed on two sheets, unjoined. Compiled from French and Italian Government Surveys to 1880/1909. First published at the Admiralty 1874 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral G. H. Richards, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1959 [26829] 129 x 93 cm when joined. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. The set of two maps £200
H26829(1)SardiniaAdmiralty.jpg (100692 bytes)
H26829(2)SardiniaAdmiralty.jpg (98253 bytes)

CORSICA - SOUTHERN FRANCE - GENOVA:
1570. Admiralty Charts. ‘GULFS OF LIONS AND GENOA’. Large sea chart of the whole coast of southern France, the Italian coast from Genoa to Elba, and the island of Corsica. Compiled from French and Italian Government Surveys to 1888. First published at the Admiralty 1893 under the Superintendence of Captain W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1959 [26832] 66 x 113 cm. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. £150
H26832LionsAdmiralty.jpg (99215 bytes)

MALTA:
1571. Service Hydrographique de la Marine. ‘ILES DE MALTE ET DE GOZO’. Large sea chart of Malta and Gozo, first published by the Service Hydrographique de la Marine in Paris 1877 after a chart of 1863 by captains Graves and Spratt of the Birish Navy, now published with latest small corrections in Paris in 1973 [26847] 62 x 94 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £250
H26847MaltaMarine.jpg (98292 bytes)

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