Unrecorded E. & G.W. Blunt Map of the English Channel.
Huge, American-published blueback navigational chart of the English Channel, printed in 1846.
The map shows the Channel in magnificent and extremely fine detail. The map stretches from the southern portion of Ireland through to Wales, the south coast of England, northern France, and the Low Countries. Thousands of soundings are shown throughout. Sandbanks, coastal defenses, harbors, and more are all indicated. Lighthouses are highlighted.
The Blunt firm was one of the earliest firms to publish sea charts in the United States. The company started maps in New York in the late 1810s.
We are unable to locate any other examples of the map through OCLC, RBH, or any other sources.