Unbound, colored engraved map, decorative boarder, 14"x 11". Slight toning and aging, a few margin chips on margin edge; overall bright and clear and in very good shape. Maps are wrapped with acid free board, or in rigid sleeves. The Mitchell family started to produce atlases in 1846, and continued into the early 1890s. Around 1860, S. Augustus Mitchell Jr. took over, and the atlas would be called Mitchell's New General Atlas. This is a colorful map of several South American countries including Peru, Venezuela and Argentina from the 1861 installment of that atlas. The map is colorful, and has a fair amount of detail. Ristow 311-313. (Inventory #: 106100)
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