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DARTMOUTH, TEIGNMOUTH, EXMOUTH,SALCOMBE, DEVON G.Collins Sea Chart antique map 1757

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CARTE DES PORTS

D'EXMOUTH, TINMOUTH, DARMOUTH, ET SALCOMB

ET BAYES DE TAR, DE STAR, et de BIGBERRY

Copiee sur la carte Angloise du Pilote Costier de la Grande Bretagne de Greenville Collins

by Greenville Collins

Published by Jacques Bellin, Paris 1757 in;

"Carte et Plans de plusiers parties des cotes d'Angleterre, d'Ecosse et d'Irlande,

copiees sur celles du Pilote Cotier de la Grande Bretagne, de Greenville Collins"

An original 18th century copper engraved antique sea chart of part of the South Devon coast from a French edition of Greenville Collins' "Great Britain's Coasting Pilot".

Scarce.

Enhanced with very attractive later hand colouring this would make a handsome map for display.

A fascinating and detailed sea chart covering the Devon coast from Newton Ferrers to Exmouth with north orientated to the right.

Includes Burgh Island (Bur), Salcombe (Saltcombe), Start Bay, Stoke Fleming, Dartmouth (Darmouth), Brixham, Tor bay (Tar Bay), Paignton (Bainton), Torquay (Tarkey), Teignmouth (Tinmouth), Babbacombe (Babacon), Exmouth and Topsham etc.

The detail includes soundings, rocks and anchorages as well as settlements ashore, including individual buildings.

A crisp dark impression on robust hand laid paper, with central fold as issued, blank verso.

Fine condition other than some light soiling around the central fold and margins. Free of repairs or restoration.

Approx. 24" x 19" (610mm x 490mm) overall. Printed area approx. 20" x 15" (500mm x 390mm).

Captain Greenville Collins first published his Coasting Pilot in 1693. His fine charts transformed navigation around the British coasts and were re-published in various editions for the next 100 years or so. They remained largely unchanged throughout this time as testament to Collins original surveys aboard HMS Merlin and HMS Monmouth.
The timing of this edition by Jacques Bellin, (chief cartographer to the French navy) was significant at the height of the Seven Years War in 1757.
It equipped the French navy with the means to execute its planned invasion of Britain.

A GENUINE ANTIQUE MAP GUARANTEED OVER 260 YEARS OLD FROM LINDISFARNE PRINTS

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