C1874
 (1936)

[AUSTRALIA-SA] Port Lincoln Surveyed by Staff Commander F. Howard, R.N.

Rare hydrographic chart of Port Lincoln, surveyed by F. Howard, R.N. Assisted by Navg. Sub Lieut.t. W.N. Goalen, R.N. First issued in 1874 with smaller corrections made up to 1936. Collections: State Library Victoria: MAPS 100 AJ 1795- (0784) (1874 … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

[AUSTRALIA-SA] Port Lincoln Surveyed by Staff Commander F. Howard, R.N.

Date:

C1874
 (1936)

Condition:

In good condition, with centre fold as issued.

Technique:

Engraving.

Image Size: 

835mm 
x 650mm

Paper Size: 

860mm 
x 688mm
AUTHENTICITY
[AUSTRALIA-SA] Port Lincoln Surveyed by Staff Commander F. Howard, R.N. - Antique Map from 1874

Genuine antique
dated:

1936

Description:

Rare hydrographic chart of Port Lincoln, surveyed by F. Howard, R.N. Assisted by Navg. Sub Lieut.t. W.N. Goalen, R.N. First issued in 1874 with smaller corrections made up to 1936.

Collections:
State Library Victoria: MAPS 100 AJ 1795- (0784) (1874 issue)
National Library Australia: Bib ID 391402 (note photographic reproduction)

 

 

 

 

Commander Frederick Howard ( - )

Commander Howard took charge of the Admiralty Survey of the South Australian coast following the death of Captain John Hutchison RN in 1869. Howard continued the survey aboard HM Surveying schooner 'Beatrice' and received promotional commission as Staff Commander in 1871.

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