C1866

Trace of the Coast from Scott's Head to Smoky Cape Shewing the Entrance to the Macleay River N.S.W. 1866

Mapmaker:

Walker Rannie Davidson (1808 - 1876)

Rare map of the New South Wales coast from Scott’s Head to Smokey Cape, with the entrance of the Macleay River. A breakwater at Trial Bay is shown, which had been proposed to create a safe harbour for shipping caught in … Read Full Description

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S/N: NSW-1866-DAVID–228882
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Full Title:

Trace of the Coast from Scott’s Head to Smoky Cape Shewing the Entrance to the Macleay River N.S.W. 1866

Date:

C1866

Mapmaker:

Walker Rannie Davidson (1808 - 1876)

Condition:

In good condition, with folds as issued, laid onto archival linen.

Technique:

Lithograph printed in colour.

Image Size: 

1001mm 
x 590mm

Paper Size: 

1010mm 
x 595mm
AUTHENTICITY
Trace of the Coast from Scott's Head to Smoky Cape Shewing the Entrance to the Macleay River N.S.W. 1866 - Antique Print from 1866

Genuine antique
dated:

1866

Description:

Rare map of the New South Wales coast from Scott’s Head to Smokey Cape, with the entrance of the Macleay River. A breakwater at Trial Bay is shown, which had been proposed to create a safe harbour for shipping caught in southerly or easterly gales. The bay is named after the brig Trial which was shipwrecked there in 1816.

The Surveyor General Sydney, was Walker Rannie Davidson (1808-1876) at the time.

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