1852 Reconnaissance of the Western Coast of the United States from San Francisco to San Diego

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By: U.S. Coast Survey
Date: 1852 (dated) Washington D.C.
Original Size: 23 x 23 inches
This is a reproduction of an adventurous coastal survey of the Pacific coast from San Francisco California south to San Diego, originally published by the U.S. Coast Survey in 1852.
The most notable feature of this map is the 17 views of various locations along the coast. Also included in the map are various depths along the coast three compass roses and a section of text providing information on tides compass headings degrees of longitude and latitude directions from San Francisco to San Diego and notes concerning best times to sail suggested harbor entrances dangers along the way and locations to drop anchor. 
Inventory #18345

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About Our Reproductions
- The product listed is a high resolution, printed reproduction of the original map. 
- The prints are of giclée quality. They are made using a twelve ink, color printer on  acid-free, archival paper. Colors are guaranteed to last without fading for over 100 years. 
Sizing Information
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- The dimensions give are approximate and may vary by up to .5 inches.
- All of our maps will include an extra margin of 1 - 2 inches for matting purposes.
- We do not alter the ratio of H x W dimensions of the map as that would diminish the integrity of our reproduction's resemblance of the original work
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