Polish Geological Institute, Warsaw, 1968, first edition, paperback in plastic folder, 8vo, 2 page introduction, fold out list of references, 8 sheets of geological maps at a scale of 1:2,000,000, 5 geological cross-sections on 2 sheets, all sheets in colour.
This atlas was prepared to reflect the development of scientific conceptions and the possibilities for improved interpretation of the deep geological structure of Poland at the time of its production. It includes 8 maps, 5 geological cross-sections, a short introduction to the atlas, and a list of references. The maps cover: 1. the Devonian; 2. the Carboniferous; 3. the Permian; 4. the Triassic; 5. the Jurassic; 6. the Cretaceous; 7. the Tertiary; and 8. the Quaternary.
Very good condition. The introduction, references, maps and cross-sections are all on separate sheets and are protected in a plastic folder with green card inserts. The folder appears a little yellowed but the plastic is still flexible and is undamaged and unmarked. The various sheets are generally unmarked and undamaged although a few show creases or bumping at the corners.