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Church's mineral map of Nova Scotia. Church, A. F. (Ambrose F.), 1889

Church's mineral map of Nova Scotia. / Church, A. F. (Ambrose F.) / 1889
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Full Title: Church's mineral map of Nova Scotia. Shewing by symbols the outcrop of the known coal seams, gold-bearing quartz-veins and ore-beds, containing mineral of economic value and importance. Published by A.F. Church & Co., Bedford, Halifax County. [Entered ... 1889, by Ambrose F. Church, of Bedford, Nova Scotia, at the Department of Agriculture.] Canada Bank Note Co. Lim., Photo-Lith., Montreal.

Author: Church, A. F. (Ambrose F.)

Date: 1889

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Author: Church, A. F. (Ambrose F.)

Date: 1889

Short Title: Church's mineral map of Nova Scotia.

Publisher: Bedford: A.F. Church & Co.

Type: Case Map

Object Height cm: 118

Object Width cm: 148

Scale 1: 380,160

Note: Shows the height of coal and gold interest in Nova Scotia. A scarce map not in any listings. Extensive notes on the minerals of Nova Scotia. The printing process is color lithography, and very well done by the Canada Bank Note Co. of Montreal. Maps has pink cloth edging, marbled end sheets, and is dissected into 24 sections. Folds into a new dark blue cloth folding case 32x26.5 with "Mineral Map Of Nova Scotia A.F. Church 1889" stamped in gold on the spine. Full color.

Reference: None found.

State / Province: Nova Scotia

Subject: Mining

Full Title: Church's mineral map of Nova Scotia. Shewing by symbols the outcrop of the known coal seams, gold-bearing quartz-veins and ore-beds, containing mineral of economic value and importance. Published by A.F. Church & Co., Bedford, Halifax County. [Entered ... 1889, by Ambrose F. Church, of Bedford, Nova Scotia, at the Department of Agriculture.] Canada Bank Note Co. Lim., Photo-Lith., Montreal.

List No: 4637.000

Series No: 1

Engraver or Printer: Canada Bank Note Co.

Published In: Church's mineral map of Nova Scotia. Shewing by symbols the outcrop of the known coal seams, gold-bearing quartz-veins and ore-beds, containing mineral of economic value and importance. Published by A.F. Church & Co., Bedford, Halifax County. [Entered ... 1889, by Ambrose F. Church, of Bedford, Nova Scotia, at the Department of Agriculture.] Canada Bank Note Co. Lim., Photo-Lith., Montreal.

Publication Author: Church, A. F. (Ambrose F.)

Publication Date: 1889

Publication Reference: None found.

Publication Note: See note field above.

Publication List No: 4637.000

Publication Type: Case Map

Publication Maps: 1

Publication Height cm: 118

Publication Width cm: 148

Image No: 4637000

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