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Lot 0020
  • Title: Early 1900s World Map of French Colonies -- Ligue Maritime et Coloniale Francaise
  • Date: early 1900s
  • Cartographer: Reconnue d'Utilite Publique
  • Size: 29.5 X 44.5 in.
  • Additional Information: This is a fantastic and quite large pictorial world map showing the French colonies, mostly in Africa and Indo-China, and their commerce and trade, plus sea routes. The total population of the colonies was 60 million and the commercial value generated was 60 billion French Francs. There are 14 photo vignettes, including a dam in Senegal, traffic in Dakar, Tunisian Roman ruins, Martinique view, ports of Casablanca, Dakar and Algiers plus several ships. This is an advertisement by the French public utilities association.

    Reserve: $300.00

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  • Location: This item ships from Ohio

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  • Condition

    Very good overall. Slight toning and a few soil spots. A few small splits in issued folds.

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    Early 1900s World Map of French Colonies -- Ligue

    Estimate $350 - $400May 16
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    Ships from verified Jasper52 seller #21927 in Ohio
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    New York, NY, USA
    Auction Curated By:
    Steve Kovacs
    Maps Expert