Heligoland (now Helgoland, Germany). 'Zee Kaart van't Helgoland
op Verlangen der Hamburgsche Commercie Collegie opgenoomen in 't Jaar 1787 van
J.T. Reinke & J.A. Lang [Chart of Heligoland made for the use of the Hamburg
Chamber of Commerce ...'. Detailed reference notes on surveys and to lettered
points. Scenic views of the coast. Scale: 9 cm to 0.25 German miles. Compass
star and lines. Engraved by T A Pingeling. MS additions, comprising pencilled
scale bars in yards and [English] miles. MS note, in faded, coloured ink: ' ...
the views... though not very good give a tolerable idea of the appearance of
the two Islands [i.e. Heligoland itself and neighbouring Sandy Island
(Düne)]'; note written by Captain Charles Pasley, Royal Engineers. A label
bearing the imprint of Jacob Hois, Copenhagen, is affixed to the map.
MPG 1/970/1 is a map apparently
based on this chart.