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Hong Kong to Mirs Bay, China, south coast, Asia [cartographic material] : / Hydrographic Office, U.S. Navy
Bib ID 4539144
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
United States. Hydrographic Office
 
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Edition 6th ed., July 1928 / small corr. Jan. '38. 
Scale Scale 1:66,003 (E 114°10'--E 114°30'/N 22°25'--N 22°05'). 
Description Washington, D.C. : Hydrographic Office, [1938] 
1 map ; 97 x 65 cm. 
Notes

Hydrographic chart with depth shown by soundings and relief shown by contours and spot heights.

"No. 2593."

Also available in an electronic version via the internet at: http://nla.gov.au/nla.map-vn4539144

Subjects Nautical charts - China - Hong Kong.  |  Nautical charts - China - Mirs Bay Region.  |  Hong Kong (China) - Maps.  |  Mirs Bay Region (China) - Maps.
Time Coverage 1938 

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