CUTTYHUNK ISLAND HARBOR, Massachusetts - Nautical Chart published in 1939

CUTTYHUNK ISLAND HARBOR, Massachusetts - Nautical Chart published in 1939


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A Replica Nautical chart of CUTTYHUNK ISLAND HARBOR, Massachusetts published by The U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey in 1939.

The replica map is printed on heavy matte fine art paper using archival pigment inks.

Framed maps include drymounting, UV filtering glass, and your choice of six mouldings, wired and ready to hang upon delivery. All mouldings are approximately 1.5" wide. Please factor in an additional 3" to the listed size for framed items.

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On February 10, 1807, President Thomas Jefferson signed "An Act to provide for surveying the coasts of the United States. "President Richard Nixon formed NOAA in 1970, bringing C&GS into the new scientific agency. Today, the Office of Coast Survey continues its traditional commitment to employing the highest levels of science and technology to improve marine safety and to tackle the new challenges of the 21st century.


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This is exactly what I was looking for.

Received the map sooner that expected - love that! The map quality is perfect and will make a great Christmas present for my parents who have been frequent visitors of cuttyhunk.