Assateague Lighthouse, Virginia - Architectural Drawing 1860


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A reproduction of Assateague Lighthouse, Virginia - Architectural Drawing 1860. Originally, no light existed between Cape Henlopen, Delaware and Cape Charles, Virginia. In 1830 the United States Congress appropriated money for a light in the general vicinity of Chincoteague Island. The following year, the Collector of Customs in Norfolk selected Assateague Island. The original Assateague Lighthouse was built on the southern tip of the island. Since barrier islands like Assateague shift and change, it is no wonder that the island has grown approximately 5 miles since the site was first designated. Over the years, a hook has developed to the south and the cove created by that hook has been gradually filling with sand

Original Dimensions of the Map are: 14" wide by 20" tall. The replica (i.e. reproduction) version of this drawing is available for $24

Framed Dimensions are: 17" wide by 23" tall. Replica drawings are available framed for an additional $100.

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

This map 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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