Philips' Handy General Atlas of the World by George Philip and Son was published in 1874 in London and features 42 colored maps on 36 double sheets. Index at rear by John Bartholomew. Presented in its original brown half morocco and green cloth binding, stamped in gilt on front and spine.
Includes maps of the world, the various European nations, British possessions and colonies around the globe -- with several of North America and the United States.
Condition: Edges lightly worn, hinges cracked; very good
Size: 13½" x 10"
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