Genuine PLAN of CHERBURG with the Fortifications as intended to be finished according to the Design of Mr. De Caux
Large plan of Cherburg depicting inner harbour and basin including fortifications. Small inset, bottom right, depicts a plan of Cherburg before the fortifications were demolished in 1689. Another small inset map, bottom left, shows placement of Cherburg Road, QuerQueville Bay, and the Bay des Marees. The word "suburbs" is used to indicate area outside of the city.
Map of Cherbourg located on the North East coast of France. Two inset maps. Each map has it's own scale bar, Prime meridian is unknown due to lack of information and graticule.
D. Henry and R. Cave
2 plans and 1 map on 1 sheet ; 19 x 25 cm
Arrondissement de CherbourgBasse-Normandie
-1.628; -1.613; 49.630; 49.652
Inset bottom right 1:6000
Inset bottom left 1:190,000
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v.29 August 1758, opposite pg. 346
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