Maker: Vermeule / Kummel
Antique printed color map of the coast of New Jersey, by C.C. Vermeule, published to accompany the report of H.B. Kummel in the "Geological Survey of New Jersey Annual Report of the State Geologist For the Year 1907", published 1908. Part of a set of four maps: this is sheet 4. These rare maps feature wonderful detail including towns, roads, marsh, railroads, and an "Adopted Route" that traverses all of the maps, showing the safest sailing route. Includes Barnegat Bay, Barnegat City, Seaside Park, Lavallette, Toms River, Mantoloking, Point Pleasant, and more. At the bottom is a section profile, showing the water depth along the adopted route. Overall good to very good antique condition with some minor signs of age, some wrinkling/additional folds, and some very minor seam separation at the top and bottom of the folds. Measures approx. 7.5 x 27.5 inches to the neatline and approx. 8.5 x 28 inches to the paper edges. Search NJE773 on our website for all sheets.
Item Number: NJE773D