Title: ‘General view of Port Des Moulins in the Isle of Sercq’
Creator: M Barenger after John MacCulloch (1773-1835)
Description: Print, ‘General view of Port Des Moulins in the Isle of Sercq’. Published as one of the illustrations to accompany John MacCulloch’s paper “Account of Guernsey, and the other Channel Islands”, ‘Transactions of the Geological Society of London’, Series 1, Volume 1 (1811), pp1-22, plate IV.
Caption printed in the ‘Transactions…’ states the print “is a general view of Port des Moulins. The rocks on the right hand are of grauwacke-slate, as also are the three insulated buttress-like rocks that appear in the distance. Behind the two furthest of these is situated the granite-vein represented in PL 3: the steatitical vein described in the Memoir lies also among the distant cliffs.
Archive reference: LDGSL/78/2/1/3
Image reference: 05-50
Recommended print size: Up to 16 x 12 inches (40 x 30cm)