Lot 58 of 739:
Elaborate promotional for Sacramento Valley 1894  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$300
$500 - $800

Sacramento County and Its Resources; Our Capital City, Past and Present: A Souvenir of the Bee 1894



James McClatchy & Co.



196, [4] pp. Illustrated from photographs; large folding map; decorative pictorial title page. 23.5x30.5 cm (9¼x12"), recent half morocco & marbled boards, new endpapers. First Edition.

Uncommon and elaborate promotional work for the Sacramento Valley in northern California, extensively illustrated showing the pleasant countryside, lush fields, fine buildings in the capital city, leading citizens, and more. The large folding map is titled "Map of Sacramento County California showing uses of the soil 1894."

Lot Amendments

Title page a bit soiled, neat repairs/reinforcements around margins on recto and verso; map with reinforcements at folds; very good condition.

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