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2488Coming Soon!DetailsBellin, Jacques Nicolas1744
Fine decorative chart of eastern Canada
Bellin, Jacques Nicolas
1744
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$600.00Bellin--Jacques-NicolasFine-decorative-chart-of-eastern-CanadaBellin's attractive map of New England and eastern Canada. With insets of the fortified town of Quebec, Fort Dauphin, the city and Port of Louisbourg, and the eastern United States and Canada from Cape Fear northward. The map includes New England as far south as Boston, the St. Lawrence River just beyond Quebec, and north to Cape Round. Very attractive title cartouche with ships and land batteries firing cannon. <br></br> Prince Edward Island, one of Canada's three maritime provinces, is labeled "St. Johns" after the original French name "Île Saint-Jean". The island is named for Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, the fourth son of King George III. <br></br> Coastal detail features soundings and the fishing banks. This attractive map of Canada was published by N. Bellin in 1744.
661Coming Soon!DetailsDepot de la Marine1822
Plan of Saint George's Bay Newfoundland
Depot de la Marine
1822
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$375.00Depot-de-la-MarinePlan-of-Saint-George-s-Bay-NewfoundlandBeautiful copperplate-engraved chart of the interior of St. George's Bay near the present-day towns of Stephenville and Saint George's on the Southwest coast of Newfoundland. Early 19th century working sea chart of area near the Gulf of St. Lawrence produced by the French Depot de la Marine after the work of two French Naval officers: Saulnier de Vauhello and Begon de la Rouziere. Noted points of interest include Cap Sauvage, Flat Island ( Point de Sable ), and Riviere Saint George. Numerous soundings and hydrographical features. <br></br> With the circular logo of France's Depot General de la Marine. Price Two Francs. No. 148.
385Coming Soon!DetailsParry, William Edward1824
Chart of a part of the North Eastern Coast of America [North]
Parry, William Edward
1824
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$450.00Parry--William-EdwardChart-of-a-part-of-the-North-Eastern-Coast-of-America-[North]A large chart of the Melville Peninsula and its adjacent islands, including Amherst, Liddon, and Ormond Islands. The chart documents the expedition of the vessels Fury and Hecla from 1822-1823 led by William Edward Parry to find a Northwest passage to the Pacific. Contains the route of the expedition's ships with Cape Englefield and Cape Hallowell off the Fury and Hecla strait as the western-most point. <BR> </BR> Foldout steel engraving from: "Journal of a second voyage for the discovery of a north-west passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific; performed in the years 1821-22-23, in his Majesty's ships Fury and Hecla, under the orders of William Edward Parry, … ". Published by John Murray, Albemarle Street, London. January 6th, 1824.
386Coming Soon!DetailsParry, William Edward1824
Chart of the Northern Shore of Hudson's Strait
Parry, William Edward
1824
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$400.00Parry--William-EdwardChart-of-the-Northern-Shore-of-Hudson-s-StraitA large chart of upper Hudson's Strait from Nottingham Island to Resolution Island. The chart documents the expedition of the vessels Fury and Hecla from 1821-1823 led by William Edward Parry to find a Northwest passage to the Pacific. During that expedition Parry explored Repulse Bay and discovered what is now Fury and Hecla Strait. Contains the route of the expedition's ships. <BR> </BR> Foldout steel engraving from: "Journal of a second voyage for the discovery of a north-west passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific; performed in the years 1821-22-23, in his Majesty's ships Fury and Hecla, under the orders of William Edward Parry, … ". Published by John Murray, Albemarle Street, London. January 6th, 1824.
387Coming Soon!DetailsParry, William Edward1824
Chart of a part of the North Eastern Coast of America [South]
Parry, William Edward
1824
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$450.00Parry--William-EdwardChart-of-a-part-of-the-North-Eastern-Coast-of-America-[South]A large chart of Northeastern America with Repulse Bay as the Western-most point.. The chart documents the expedition of the vessels Fury and Hecla from 1821-1822-1823 led by William Edward Parry to find a Northwest passage to the Pacific. During that expedition Parry explored Repulse Bay and discovered what is now Fury and Hecla Strait. Other geographical features on this chart include Cape Frigid, Duke of York Bay, Frozen Strait, Gore Bay, Ross Bay, and Lyon Inlet. <BR> </BR> Foldout steel engraving from: "Journal of a second voyage for the discovery of a north-west passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific; performed in the years 1821-22-23, in his Majesty's ships Fury and Hecla, under the orders of William Edward Parry, … ". Published by John Murray, Albemarle Street, London. January 6th, 1824.
1190Coming Soon!DetailsDavenport, Joseph B.1941
Southern Districts of Vancouver Islands and Adjacent Gulf Islands
Davenport, Joseph B.
1941
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$850.00Davenport--Joseph-B-Southern-Districts-of-Vancouver-Islands-and-Adjacent-Gulf-IslandsVery large whiteprint or blue-line map of Southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. First printed in 1932, this revised edition dates from 1941. Inset map of Saturna Island. Contains cadastral and road detail with a road index at center left. Laid to linen and on rollers; no folds. <br></br> Coverage includes Ladysmith, Duncan, Victoria, Sidney, portions of Juan de Fuca Strait, Strait of Georgia, Galiano Island, Mayne Island, North and South Pender Island, and numerous other islands and passages in that area. <br></br> Contains a red-stamped notation: "Pocket copies of this map may be obtained at the office--". Manuscript pencil course line and distances drawn from top of map near Kulleet Bay, through Stuart Channel and Haro Strait to Victoria Harbor. <br></br> Copyrighted in Canada 1932 by Joseph Davenport. Printed by the Island Blue Print and Map Company, Victoria, B.C.