‘Bhering’s Straits with the adjacent coasts of Asia and America.’
A map created by J. Fraser and Alexander Kincaid, and published in London in 1790. The Straits are named after Vitus Bering (1681-1741), a Danish cartographer and explorer, who served in the Russian Navy, and led the First Kamchatka Expedition (1726-28), which established that there was clear sea between Asia and America. On this map, present-day California is shown as New Albion, and Manitoba (Canada) as New South Wales.
Original Size: 15 x 25 cms
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|45 cm X 75 cm||£2800||£2800||£2800|
|30 cm X 50 cm||£2100||£2100||£2100|
|15 cm X 25 cm||£1500||£1500||£1500|