Chart shewing the track of the Waaksamhey'd transport from Port Jackson in New South Wales to Batavia in 1792 / Geo. Allen sculpt. Sadlers Wells Row
by Allen, George S. [Hunter, John]
- Very good condition
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London: J. Stockdale, 1793. 24.5x22 cm. Tooley p 150, no 1210. Maps. Very good condition. An odd projection, with Australia upside-down. This appeared in John Hunter's "An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson..." 1793. This copy with margins and near complete impression mark from the copper plate, unusual for this map. The map tracks the journey from Port Jackson New South Wales to Batavia. Libraries Australia Bib ID 287900. Scale [ca. 1 :50,000,000] (E 100°00'00"--E 175°00'00"/N 15°00'00"--S 45°00'00"). Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; Map NK 2456/87. Map of area between Australia and the Philippines with Australia drawn "upside down"
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- Chart shewing the track of the Waaksamhey'd transport from Port Jackson in New South Wales to Batavia in 1792 / Geo. Allen sculpt. Sadlers Wells Row
- Allen, George S. [Hunter, John]
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- 24.5x22 cm. Tooley p 150, no 1210
- J. Stockdale
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