Lot 42 of 420:
Map of Canada and Newfoundland 1906  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$420
$500 - $800

Map of the Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland

White, James


Dept. of the Interior, Canada



Engraved linen-backed full color map on 8 sheets, 134 x 255 cm (52¾x100¼"), individual sheets 74x70 cm (29x27½"), each sheet folding with semi-stiff marbled boards and printed paper labels, housed together in morocco slipcase stamped in gilt.

Scarce large engraved full color map originally produced in 1903, with railways corrected to 1906. No copies of the 1906 edition were located at OCLC. Also included is Stanford's Map of the United States, 78.5x110 cm (30½x43") showing the principal United States and Canadian Railways quoted in the Stock Exchange Daily Official List, published by Edward Stanton in 1906.

Lot Amendments

Fair amount of wear to slipcase with splitting to edges, etc.; maps with some toning, occasional faint foxing and light soiling; very good.

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