Smith's Atlas. Designed to Accompany the Geography

By: Smith, R. C.

Price: $550.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Fair


New York: Lossing Paine & Burgess, 1844. Copyright 1839, but contents listed in rear cover dated 1844. Early school atlas containing hand colored maps. Worn. Dark salmon printed softcover with dark brown cloth spine, measures about 11.5 x 9.5 inches. Maps include: Map of the World (double page); North America; United States and Texas, with added map of Mexico and Guatimala (double page); Eastern States 1; Eastern States 2; Middle States (double page); Southern States (double page); Western States (double page); Michigan and Wisconsin; South America; Europe; West Indies; British Isles; Central Europe; Asia; Africa; Oceanica. Additional inset maps throughout - a total of 30 maps as listed on the rear cover. Covers soiled and rubbed, about 25% of the surface of the rear cover peeled away, dampstains to covers, binding sound, scattered and fairly light foxing throughout, pencil notes on the blank reverse sides of some maps, some darkening along the central fold of the United States map, which has a closed tear at the fold, no other tears or chips, name in ink inside front cover and in pencil on first blank. All maps present and in generally good condition.. Soft Cover. Fair. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

Title: Smith's Atlas. Designed to Accompany the Geography

Author Name: Smith, R. C.

Categories: Education, Schools, Colleges, Text & Lesson-Books, General Reference, Language, World History, World Wars and Militaria, American History and Biography,

Publisher: New York, Lossing Paine & Burgess: 1844

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 031703

Keywords: SCHOOL ATLAS MAPS HAND COLORED EARLY AMERICAN