7 December 2015
JOHNSTON, A. Keith and Edward STANFORD. Stanford's Library Map of North America. London: Edward Stanford, 1863/1875.
Large map of North America 1510 x 1330 mm (1700 x 1465 mm sheet) colored in outline, in four parts, each part dissected into 20 sections and linen-backed. (Light staining to a few panels.)
First published at the height of the American Civil War with additions dated 1875.
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