Copper engraving with original outline hand colouring. Overall sheet size: 49cms x 39.3cms. Image size: 476mm x 376mm. Detailed map of the English Channel, with a large decorative cartouche and compass rose. Includes inset maps of the Island of Scilly, Falmouth Haven, Plymouth Sound and the Isle of Wight and adjacent Harbours. Overall browning and foxing in right blank especially; browned verso ; two wormholes either side of centrefold, not offensive or noticeable else good condition. The chart was published in Nicholas Tindal's continuation of Rapin De Thoyras' History Of England . The atlas contains, among general maps, maps depicting the battles fought by the English during the campaigns of the War of the Spanish Succession. The map was engraved by R.W.Seale, one of the leading engravers of the period.
|Map maker||Seale, R.W|
|Publisher||Mr Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History.|
|Published at year||1746|
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