Plan of Dunkirk 1780, with the Canal of Mardick. Copperplate map showing the fortifications,

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Plan of Dunkirk 1780, with the Canal of Mardick.

£48.00

25 x 19cms. Condition quite good
£48.00/$70.00 (plus post and Packaging)

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Description

Plan of Dunkirk 1780, with the Canal of Mardick.
Copperplate map showing the fortifications, and surrounding area, including the Citadel.
Engraved by J.Cary from the survey by Thomas Jeffreys, published by J.Mcgowan and W.Davies Sept.1780.

Size 25 x 19 cms. Condition good
Price £48.00/$70.00 (plus post and Packaging)

If you have any questions about this product please feel free to contact me

Product Description

Description

Plan of Dunkirk 1780, with the Canal of Mardick.
Copperplate map showing the fortifications, and surrounding area, including the Citadel.
Engraved by J.Cary from the survey by Thomas Jeffreys, published by J.Mcgowan and W.Davies Sept.1780.

Size 25 x 19 cms. Condition good
Price £48.00/$70.00 (plus post and Packaging)

If you have any questions about this product please feel free to contact me

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