Geological Cross Sections
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Coloured section of Forfarshire, from N.N.S. From Glen Moy Through the Bakie Loch to Dundee, c1822-1824
Geological cross-section in watercolour and ink showing section from the sea at Dundee, over the Sidlaw Hills, Strathmore and the Grampians in Forfarshire. Scale: half an inch to a mile. c1822-1824
Image of this item:
Illustrations by Hartung relating to a paper read by Sir Charles Lyell March 22 1854 to the Geology Society including a section of Cape Girain [sic Girão], Volcanic Cone, and the coast of Madeira, 1854.
Empty packaging, entitled Section of the Red Head, Forfarshire, & another from Catlaw to Covehaven Bay, c1822-1824
Piece of paper enscribed Section of the Red Head, Forfarshire, and another from Catlow to Covehaven Bay. Probably originally an envelope for items c1822-1824.
Geological cross section of Grand Canary from Maspalomas in the North to Banaderos Bay in the south showing rock types. The length of the land depicted in the cross section is 26 geographical miles and the greatest height is 6400 feet, 1855.
Watercolour geological cross section of the Island of Madeira from Funchal to [Paco] Girao showing the Caldera and other geological features, 1850s. Unsigned, may be Hartung.
Annotated sketch geological cross section, in water-colour and ink with pencil annotation [Forfarshire] c1822-1824.
One Notebook with smaller notebook glued inside. Geological notes, pencil and ink sketches and cross sections, relating to work on Forfarshire c1822-1824.
Annotated geological cross-section in water colour and ink, Covehaven Bay (Angus) to Catlaw, c1822-1824.
Notebook containing landscape sketches and annotated cross-sections of the coast of Forfarshire in pencil and watercolour, c1822-1824.
Original packaging noted as 'Illustrations Manual Madeira & Canary Islands. Geological cross sections, possibly some by Hartung? 1850s.