1862 (1945) COASTAL CHART – NSW – Tacking Point to Port Stephens

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Australian coastal chart printed by the U.S. Navy Hydrographic Office in Washington D.C. under the authority of the Secretary of the Navy during the Second World War.

Printed by the U.S. Navy Hydrographic Office in Washington D.C. under the authority of the Secretary of the Navy during the Second World War.

Many of the charts were adapted or copied directly from the latest amended British Admiralty Charts of the time with additions made by the US Navy where applicable.

Details include the names of cities and waterways along the coast. Depth soundings are shown in fathoms. Other details that may be included are lighthouses and buoy positions and at times restricted areas.

Dimensions 104 × 66 cm
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Title

Tacking Point to Port Stephens… Insets of Sugarloaf Anchorage and Crowdy Head from British Surveys between 1862 and 1869.

Published

Washington DC United States of America April 1925. This edition March 1945.

Condition

Excellent condition. Fold marks as expected.

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