Southwest Ledge Light, New Haven, Connecticut - Architectural Drawing 1873


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Architectural Drawing 1873 of Southwest Ledge Light, which is an active lighthouse in New Haven, Connecticut, on the reef at main entrance to New Haven Harbor. It was one of the first to be built on a cylindrical iron foundation, an innovation by Maj. George H. Elliot to address shifting ice that is regarded to be very important in lighthouse design. Construction on the Southwest Ledge Lighthouse started in 1873 and was finished in 1877.

Original Dimensions of the Map are: 19" wide by 16" tall. The replica (i.e. reproduction) version of this drawing is available for $24

Framed Dimensions are: 22" wide by 19" tall. Replica drawings are available framed for an additional $100.

Framed prints include drymounting, UV filtering glass, and your choice of five mouldings, wired and ready to hang upon delivery.

This print has been scanned From The Original at 300 dpi using state of the art equipment. The replica map is printed on heavy matte fine art paper using archival pigment inks. This is one of over 5000 Original maps, charts and posters in our collection..

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