Carte de la mer d'Ecosse contenant les isles et costes septentrionales et occidentales d'Ecosse et les costes septentrionales d'Irlande
- Carte de la mer d'Ecosse contenant les isles et costes septentrionales et occidentales d'Ecosse et les costes septentrionales d'Irlande
- Hooghe, Romeyn de, 1645-1708
- Jaillot, Alexis Hubert, 1632?-1712
- Mortier, Pierre.
Boston Public Library
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center
- Collection (local):
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection
Nautical charts--Scotland--Early works to 1800
Nautical charts--Northern Ireland--Early works to 1800
Nautical charts--Faroe Islands--Early works to 1800
Scotland--Maps--Early works to 1800
Faroe Islands--Maps--Early works to 1800
Northern Ireland--Maps--Early works to 1800
Faeroe Islands (territory)
Bathymetry shown by soundings.
Shows grid, direction lines (from compass roses and from other points), shallow places, rocks, some settlements along the coast and some place names.
Scale statement reads: "Echelle de Lieues Marines de France et d'Angleterre à 20 par degré" -- "Echelle de Lieues d'Allemagne à 15 par degré."
Orientated with north to the left.
Borders filled in with graduations of latitude and longitude.
Decoration: coasts shaded and outlined in color and three elaborated compass roses with direction lines radiating.
Map originally in "Le Neptune Francois, ou, Atlas nouveau des cartes marines"; although this atlas was published by Jaillot in Paris, it was printed in Amsterdam by P. Mortier" and published 1693; an English edition with title "The French Neptune" appeared also the same year.
Scale and publication date taken from Koeman's description.
Shows the west coast of Scotland, including the Hebrides, Orkney and part of the Shetland islands; part of the English coast as far south as Lancaster including the Isle of Man; the Faroe islands and northern Ireland from Dundalk Bay on the east to Blacksod Bay on the west.
- 1 map : hand col. ; 59 x 84 cm.
Scale [ca. 1:1,200,000].
- Call #:
G5772.C6 1693 .H66
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