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Bacon's New Chart of The World: Mercators Projection

£500.00

Product description

Published by G W Bacon & Co Ltd, Manchester, UK, a 24-section coloured map of the world mounted on linen, undated but circa 1907 (last date on map list of Geographical Discoveries and Events 1906).
Includes tables of Principal British Steamship Lines, The British Empire (with areas and populations), Index Gazetteer to Principal Towns, Universal Time Chart, Countries of the World, Discoveries and Events, The Earth, and with top border of country flags.
With burgundy cloth front and back hard covers, gold title lettering and marbled paste-down.
Map 1200 x 960cm, each section 200 x 240mm.
Spine missing and a few surface marks (see photos) but otherwise well preserved.
Original copyright.

Item details

Author(s):
G W Bacon
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
25cm x 20cm (folded)
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
G W Bacon & Co Ltd
Title:
Bacon's New Chart of the World : Mercators Projection

Courier Delivery

£7.00
Signature required.
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Free returns

within 21 days.
Returns policy

About this item

Published by G W Bacon & Co Ltd, Manchester, UK, a 24-section coloured map of the world mounted on linen, undated but circa 1907 (last date on map list of Geographical Discoveries and Events 1906).
Includes tables of Principal British Steamship Lines, The British Empire (with areas and populations), Index Gazetteer to Principal Towns, Universal Time Chart, Countries of the World, Discoveries and Events, The Earth, and with top border of country flags.
With burgundy cloth front and back hard covers, gold title lettering and marbled paste-down.
Map 1200 x 960cm, each section 200 x 240mm.
Spine missing and a few surface marks (see photos) but otherwise well preserved.
Original copyright.

Author(s):
G W Bacon
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
25cm x 20cm (folded)
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
G W Bacon & Co Ltd
Title:
Bacon's New Chart of the World : Mercators Projection

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