BENGAL - Map. The Indigo Districts in Lower Bengal, Drawn on Stone by Subscription Among the Planters, 1843
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BENGAL - Map. The Indigo Districts in Lower Bengal, Drawn on Stone by Subscription Among the Planters, 1843
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BENGAL - MAP
The Indigo Districts in Lower Bengal, Drawn on Stone by Subscription Among the Planters, large hand-coloured lithographed map on 3 mapsheets (North, Middle, South), on a scale of 4 miles to an inch, dissected and laid on linen, folding in original slipcase, publisher's printed label on upper cover, each approximately 960 x 1350mm., for private circulation, 1843

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  • SCARCE. Drawn up for the use, and by the subscription of, the local Indigo planters of Bengal.
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