Title: Tourists Guide to the Island of Madeira A ...
Publisher: London: George Philip & Son; Liverpool: Philip, Son & Nephew
Publication Date: 1914
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
72 p. + 8 p. of small photos of "scenery mentioned in this book" and several pages of interesting advertising for transportation companies, hotels, restaurants, and other business in Madeira. Includes three colored fold-out maps and 65 half-tone illustrations; a General Map of the Island of Madeira, "constructed by Charles A. Power from other maps, greatly improved, corrected, and brought up to date 1914," (12 1/4" x 24", in color), in perfect condition, is folded in a pocket at the rear of the book. In English. Small octavo (7 3/8" x 5"), red cloth decorated cover, very, very good condition with two small nicks at bottom of front cover and a few very light stains inside. Bookseller Inventory # 72445CP
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