Survey Of The South Coast Of England, From Dover To Winchelsea, By Graeme Spence. Dungeness Resurveyed By Capt. I. Wahington Rn. Frs., 1844.
Published according to Act of Parliamant of the Hydrographic Office of the Admiralty June 14th 1845
Engraved by j and c walker.
Large 38 x 25 inches, 97.5 x 65.5 cm. Hand-coloured single sheet engraved Sea Chart, Scale: [1:45 000]. Old central fold and one or two foxing marks otherwise a clean fresh copy, nicely hand coloured, a fine example. Detailed description of the coast from Dover to Winchelsea with coastal landmarks shown that were used for navigation as well as towns of Folkestone, Hythe, New Romney, Lydd, Dungeness point round to Rye. The various Napolionic defences are clearly shown, the Forts Twiss, Sutherland. and Moncrief at Hythe; All the Martello towers round to Romney Bay and the 4 Batteries protecting Dungeness and the Light House. Depth soundings are shown along the coast and sand-banks in Hythe Bay and off Dungeness as well as the Varne Bank mid Channel.
[Stock No. 26924]