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RIVIERA DI PONENTE, ALLASSIO ALBENGA LOANO IMPERIA antique Sea Chart 1860

RIVIERA DI PONENTE, ALLASSIO ALBENGA LOANO IMPERIA antique Sea Chart 1860 RIVIERA DI PONENTE, ALLASSIO ALBENGA LOANO IMPERIA antique Sea Chart 1860 RIVIERA DI PONENTE, ALLASSIO ALBENGA LOANO IMPERIA antique Sea Chart 1860
RIVIERA DI PONENTE, ALLASSIO ALBENGA LOANO IMPERIA antique Sea Chart 1860 RIVIERA DI PONENTE, ALLASSIO ALBENGA LOANO IMPERIA antique Sea Chart 1860
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Carte Particuliere

DES COTES D'ITALIE (Etats Sarde)

Partie comprise entre San Lorenzo et Le Cap Caprazoppa

Published by The Depot des Cartes et Plans de la Marine, Paris 1860

A highly detailed and interesting large format steel engraved sea chart of the Riviera di Ponente in the Golfo di Genova.

Covers from San Lorenzo through Porto Maurizio, Oneglia, Imperia, Rollo, Alassio, Albenga, Loano, Pietra to Finale Marina.

The large scale affords great detail including soundings, anchorages, rocks and shoals.
Dated in the plate and marked with the original price of two francs.

Fine virtually unmarked condition.
Free of repairs or restoration. Central fold as issued.

Approx. 36" x 24.5" (920mm x 620mm) map area only, with margins beyond.
Printed on heavy grade paper, blank verso.

Please also see close up images provided.


The Depot des Cartes et Plans de la Marine, or Depot de la Marine was the French Hydrographic Office established in 1720 to publish accurate navigation charts for the French Navy. These fine charts are equivalent to the UK Admiralty or the US Coast Survey sea charts and are intended for navigational purposes with a wealth of fascinating detail.


A GENUINE ANTIQUE MAP GUARANTEED OVER 150 YEARS OLD FROM LINDISFARNE PRINTS

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