|Published||[n.d. c. 1600]|
|Dimensions||Image 152 x 237 mm, Sheet 190 x 326 mm|
A rare and slightly niave etching of the Strait of Dover, the narrowest part of the English Channel separating Britain from Continental Europe. To the left of the image is an idealised depiction of Calais, and Dover perched on a cliff edge to the right, with two boats on the channel.
Condition: Overall time toning. Pressed vertical centre fold as issued, slight thinning of page to centre fold. Trimmed to plate mark to top edge.