Chart of the World\'s Ocean Currents in 1900 - Map For Sale
Chart of the World\'s Ocean Currents in 1900 - Map:
British Parliament 1925 Vintage Lithograph
Chart of the World\'s Ocean Currents in 1900 - Map
1900 Page of History
A Glimpse of History Long Gone By
Pages of History like this one contain fantastic, highly detailed
publication and not seen anywhere else. They are like small works of art but capture people, life or scenes as they were in the great past...great detailBlank on Reverse
Published in 1900 by W. I. Squire, Toledo, Ohio
FULL PAGE Size: Approximately 7\" X 10.5\"
Related/unrelated Text on Reverse
Condition:Excellent - VeryGood - Good - Fair - Poor (but of historical interest)
Some light age toning, occasional spotting and handling wear
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This is an Original Print- Not aReproduction
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