Glossary of Navigation, a vade mecum for practical navigators
by Rev. J.B. Harbord
Brown, Son & Ferguson, 1943.
4th edition, revised and enlarged.
Norwegian Coastal Charts
A Collection of 1920’s / 30’s Norwegian Coastal Charts issued by the Norwegian Geographic Survey
11 large nautical charts, dissected and mounted on linen. measuring 120x78cm or thereabouts. some staining and some tears at the folds, but generally in good condition.
with a few vignette illustrations of lighthouses and beacons, and hand-colour features showing lights and light beam sectors.
concentrating on the northern coast, with the following identification numbers:
68, fra Steigen til Tranoy.
69, fra Tranoy til Raftsuns og Fjeldsund.
70, fra Rost til Vaeroy.
71, fra Vaeroy til Lofotodden.
72, fra Lofotodden til Ure.
73, fra Ure til Brettesnes.
77, fra Fjeldsund til Harstad og Lavangen.
79, fra Harstad og Kvaefjord til Risoysund og Senjen.
80, fra Harstad og Sjoveien til Dyroy. 81, fra Nordmjele til Andenes og Dverberg.
plus two others out of sequence, ‘230’, Tysfjorden og Ofotfjorden. ‘311’, fra Stott til Andenes.
Sea Chart, the illustrated history of nautical maps and navigational charts
by John Blake
a splendid history in words and pictures. fully illustrated in colour.
Sailing Directions for the Coasts of France, Belgium, and Holland
from Cape Grisnez to the River Elbe;
and for the west coast of Jutland, to the Scaw; also for the coast of Norway, from he Naze to Christiania and Drontheim
London, Charles Wilson, 1867.
New American Practical Navigator
being an Epitome of Navigation; containing all the table necessary to be used with the Nautical Almanac, in determining the latitude; and the longitude by lunar observations; and keeping a complete reckoning at sea.
illustrated by proper rules and examples. the whole exemplified in a Journal kept from Boston to Madeira, in which all the rules of navigation are introduced.
also, the demonstration of the most useful rules of trigonometry: with many problems in mensuration, surveying and gauging: and a Dictionary of Sea Terms; with the manner of performing the most common Evolutions at Sea.
with an appendix, containing methods of calculating eclipses of the sun and moon.
by Nathaniel Bowditch
New York, printed for the proprietor by Edmund M. Blunt, 1811