440 x 525 mm., in fine recent outline colour, with small mark near the centre of the chart, two small wormholes near centrefold, otherwise in good condition.
A sea chart of the Algarve in the south Portugal and a portion of southern Spain. It was first published by William Mount and Thomas Page from at least 1729 in the ‘English Pilot First Part, Southern Navigation’. Two compass roses adorning the map illustrate the maps orientation slightly with north to the left of the top. The chart extends from Cape St. Vincent in Portugal to the Straights of Gibraltar. The main cities of Faro and Cadiz are both clearly identified. NMM 423 no. 81; Shirley ‘Atlases in the BL’ M.M&P 1b no. 20.