C1898

[AFRICA] Cape Ghir to Garnet Head including the Canary Islands from Admiralty Surveys between the years 1820 & 1838. With additions and corrections to 1897.

Rare hydrographic chart of Cape Ghir to Garnet Head including the Canary Islands  from Admiralty Surveys between the years 1820 & 1838. First issued in 1898 with additional small corrections made up to 1908. Insets of Agadir or Santa Cruz and … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

[AFRICA] Cape Ghir to Garnet Head including the Canary Islands from Admiralty Surveys between the years 1820 & 1838. With additions and corrections to 1897.

Date:

C1898

Engraver:

Edward Weller 

Condition:

Some minor discolouration and a small tear at right sheet edge, otherwise in good condition, with centre fold as issued.

Technique:

Engraving.

Image Size: 

995mm 
x 647mm

Paper Size: 

1025mm 
x 690mm
AUTHENTICITY
[AFRICA] Cape Ghir to Garnet Head including the Canary Islands from Admiralty Surveys between the years 1820 & 1838. With additions and corrections to 1897. - Antique Map from 1898

Genuine antique
dated:

1898

Description:

Rare hydrographic chart of Cape Ghir to Garnet Head including the Canary Islands  from Admiralty Surveys between the years 1820 & 1838. First issued in 1898 with additional small corrections made up to 1908. Insets of Agadir or Santa Cruz and Cape Juby Anchorage appear on bottom right hand side.

 

Admiral Sir William James Lloyd Wharton (1843 - 1905)

Admiral Wharton was a British admiral and was promoted to captain in 1880 and on 1 August 1884 he was appointed to the Hydrographer to the Navy a post he held for the next twenty years. in 1895 he was promoted to rear-admiral.

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