Carte De La Cote Occidentale De L Isle Sumatra. Mannevillette, Jean-Baptiste Nicolas Denis d Apres de 1707 - 1780.
27 1/2in x 20 1/2in (700mm x 520mm). This original large antique map, a sea chart of the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia - centering on the city of Padang stretching south to Indrapura and north to Aceh - was published in the enlarged version of Le Neptune Oriental by Jean Baptiste De Mannevillette in 1745. Paper thickness and quality: - Heavy and stable Paper color : - off white Age of map color: - Original Colors used: - Blue, yellow, red, green General color appearance: - Authentic Paper size: - 27 1/2in x 20 1/2in (700mm x 520mm) Plate size: - 26 1/2n x 20in (675mm x 510mm) Margins: - Min 1/2in (12mm). Margins: - None Plate area: - None Verso: - None.
Mannevillette, Jean-Baptiste Nicolas Denis d Apres de 1707 - 1780 d\' AprÃ¨s de Mannevillette 1707 - 1780 was a famous French sailor and hydrographer. He studied under the famous Guillaume Delisle, the King\'s geographer, and was one of the first navigators to make use of Hadley\'s revolutionary octant in taking measurements at sea during his voyage to China in 1728 and succeeded in correcting the latitudes of many place..
During his many voyages d\'Apres de Mannevillette created a number of charts for a hydrographic atlas which, with the support of the Academie des Sciences, was published in Paris in 1745 under the title \"Le Neptune Oriental\" with 25 maps. The atlas contained charts of the route to China: the Red Sea, the coasts of India, Malaya, the northern parts of Indonesia, Indochina and China. For the next thirty years, with the help of his friend and eminent British hydrographer Alexander Dalrymple, d\'Apres de Mannevillette revised his charts for this the second and enlarged edition, published in 1775. It replaced the \"English Pilot\" published by John Thornton in 1700 and the charts of the van Keulens, the hydrographers of the Dutch East India Company.
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