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Spanish American War Plans, Drawings!

Item 4013 - Plan and Profile of the MAINE - A reprint of a rare 1894 drawing of the Battleship MAINE from the Navy Department's Bureau of Construction and Repair.  This drawing, done at a scale of 1/16" per foot, shows the plan of MAINE's maine deck, and a full profile of the starboard side of the ship. The plan indicates things such as the angle through which some of the guns can turn and fire, boat locations, etc. In the lower right is a table giving the statistics of the ship (length, displacement, speed, etc. as well as a listing of armament).  The original drawing is light in some areas, and therefore so is the blueprinted reprint. The size of the drawing is about 22"x30".

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Item 4016 - 37 mm Hotchkiss Revolving Cannon, 1894 - Drawings and a written description of the Hotchkiss revolving cannon, commonly used by the U.S. Navy during the Spanish American War period. The drawings include a plan view, section through the entire gun, sections through the firing mechanism, drawings of the some of the individual parts (crank, firing pins, extractor crank, etc.)  Four pages of drawings  and five pages of written description onf the drawings and the gun. The drawings and text are extracted from Description of Modern Ordnance in the United States Navy, prepared by the Navy's Bureau of Ordnance in 1894. The work is reproduced on an 8 1/2" x 11" sheets, 10 pages, total.

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Item 4017 - Hotchkiss Rapid-Fire Guns, 1894 - Drawings and a written description of the Hotchkiss Rapid fire guns, with information on the one pounder, three pounder, 40 cal. 6 pounder and 45 cal. 6 pounder. The text includes information on the versions of these guns in sevrice  in the U.S. Navy in 1894, a description of the Hotchkiss gun, accompanied by drawings of the gun tube, the breech mechanism, instructions for mounting and dismounting the guns, specific info. on the light and heavy one-pounders, the three pounder, and the six pounders, lists of tools to be included in the accessory chests, and dimensional data on the guns.  Four pages of drawings  and eight pages of written description are included. The drawings and text are extracted from Description of Modern Ordnance in the United States Navy, prepared by the Navy's Bureau of Ordnance in 1894. The work is reproduced on an 8 1/2" x 11" sheets, 13 pages, total.

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Item 4018 - Driggs-Schroeder Gun, 1894 - Drawings and a written description of the Driggs-Schroeder Rapid frre gun, (1 pounder, 3 pounder, 6 pounder 45 cal., and 6 pounder, 50 cal.)  with information on the mechanism, info. on dismounting and assembling the gun, a listing of spare parts that should accompany the guns, a listing of tools that should be included in the accessory chests, and dimensional data on the guns.  Two  pages of drawings  and six  pages of written description are included. The drawings and text are extracted from Description of Modern Ordnance in the United States Navy, prepared by the Navy's Bureau of Ordnance in 1894. The work is reproduced on an 8 1/2" x 11" sheets, 9 pages, total.

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Item 4019 - Wire-Wound Guns! A rare Document! - This is a copy of a rare 1884 publication entitled "A Few Words on Wire-Wound Guns" by W. E. Woodbridge. Woodbridge was  a  pioneer in the development steel wire-wound gun construction. Cannon built in accordance with his methods are reputed to have failed. This booklet includes a letter from Commodore Sicard of the U.S. Navy regarding a 6 inch breechloading gun made in accordance with Woodbridge's design indicating the defects in the system,Woodbridge's response to Sicard's comments and an extract from the Minutes of the Proceedings of the Institutuion of Civil Engineers fromAugust 1884 (which is Woodbridge's comments on J.  A. Longridge's paper on Wire-Gun construction. This article gives some history of similar guns back to 1850 in the U.S., including a steel wire-wound gun developed in 1862 ). The work includes a plan, cross section and a dimensioned transverse section of a 6" breechloading rifle. This work involves the type of technological discussions that were occurring as the Spanish American War era navy was being built. The work is reproduced on an 8 1/2" x 11" sheets, 17 pages, total.

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Item 4021 - Colt Automatic Gun! - This is a copy of a two rare publications concerning the Colt Automatic gun.  The first is taken from an 1898 manual and is entitled “Colt’s Automatic Gun,” By Lt. Cyrus S. Radford and  Lt. Stokeley Morgan and is taken fro the Hand-book on Naval Gunnery (New York: D. Van Nostrand Company, 1898) .  This article discusses the mechanical operation of the 6 millimeter version of the weapon. The second article is “Colt’s Automatic Gun, Cal. 30,” reporduced from the Ordnance Instruction Book of the Gunners’ Mates School (United States Navy, 1917-1918) . This article discusses the mechanical operation of the 30 caliber version of the weapon, and includes info. on loading firing, dismounting and assembling, and contains a fold-out lengthwise section through the gun.  The work is reproduced on an 8 1/2" x 11" sheets, with the fold-out being on 11" x 17" paper, 9 pages, total.

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Item 4022 - Digital Images of U.S. Naval Vsssels! - A digital copy of the images from The United States Naval Illustrated, copyrighted 1898 by W. J. Lawrence. This CD contains the digital scans of the images of the nearly fifty (50) ships in the booklet, as well the cover of the booklet. The ships included are Alabama, Amphitrite, Annapolis, Atlanta, Baltimore, Bancroft, Bennington, Boston, Brooklyn, Castine, Charleston, Cincinnati, Columbia, Concord, Cushing, Detroit, Dolphin, Ericsson, Illinois, Iowa, Katahdin, Kearsarge, Kentucky, Machias, Maine, Marblehead, Massachusetts, Miantonomoh, Minneapolis, Montgomery, Newark, New York, Olympia Oregon, Petrel, Philadelphia, Plunger, Porter, Puritan, Raleigh, San Francisco, Stiletto, Terror, Texas, Vesuvius Wisconsin and Yorktown. The data is provided on a CD.

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Spanish American War Official Reports!

The following sets of official battle reports are now being made available!

Each set is copied on acid-free paper and bound in a plastic binder. These reports, filed by commanding officers, explain what their units did in action. With these, you can read the actual words of the men involved and not have to rely on other historians to interpret them for you!

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Set #1 - The Rough Riders (Item 4001)
Set #2 - 71st New York Volunteer Infantry at San Juan Hill (Item 4002)
Set #3 - Naval Commanders at the Battle of Santiago (Item 4003)
Set #4 - Naval Commanders at the Battle of Manila Bay (Item 4004)


Item 4001 - Set #1 - 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry ("Rough Riders")

This set includes the following reports:
Maj. Gen. Joseph Wheeler  (6/26/98, Las Guasimas; 7/7/98, San Juan Hill; 7/17/98, Casualties; 9/26/98 Montauk Point) Brig. Gen. (former Col.)  Leonard Wood (7/5/98 concerning 10th U.S. Cavalry at San Juan Hill;  7/14/98, letter on Dynamite Gun, 7/6/98, San Juan Hill; 6/25/98, Las Guasimas), Brig. Gen. S. S. Sumner  (7/6/98 Cavalry Division), Sgt. Hallett Alsop Burrowe (7/14/98, Dynamite Gun Detachment) Lt. Col. Theodore Roosevelt (7/4/98, San Juan Hill; 7/20/98)

All of the above reports were taken from:

Clerk of Joint Committee on Printing, The Abridgement of Message from the President of the United States to the Two Houses of Congress. (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1899) Vol. 4, 305-315.

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Item 4002 - Set #2 - 71st New York Volunteer Infantry at San Juan Hill

This set includes the following reports:
Brig. Gen. H. S. Hawkins (1st Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Army Corps), Col. W. A. Downs, commanding the regiment, Capt. E. De Kay Townsend (Co. A),  Capt. William L. Haven (Co. B), Capt. E. A. Selfridge, Jr. (Co. C), Capt. Ferdinand Heindsmann (Co. C), Capt. William H. Linson (Co. D), Capt. William R. Hill (Co. E), Capt. Malcolm A Rafferty (Co. F), Capt. Anthony Bleecker (Co. G), Capt. Lincoln McLeod (Co. H), Capt. W. F. Meeks (Co. I), Capt. E. F. Austin (Co. L), Capt. W. Laird Goldsborough (Co. M)

All of the above reports were taken from:

Clerk of Joint Committee on Printing, The Abridgement of Message from the President of the United States to the Two Houses of Congress. (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1899) Vol. 3, 305-315.

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Spanish American War Manuals:

We presently have the following Manuals for sale:

Item 4006 - 1895 U.S. Army’s Manual of Guard Duty - This reprinted manual, apparently last updated 1895, provides information on the completing of rosters, duties of the officers, non-commissioned officers, musicians and privates. In addition, it includes information on the duties of sentinels; color lines; prisoners; guard patrols; countersigns; paroles; stable sergeants; guards and orderlies; police and fatigue duties; flags and colors; reveille and retreat. This copy of the manual is undated other than noting the 1895 updates. It was written by Maj. John C. Gilmore, A.A.G., Capt. Edward S. Godfrey, 7th U.S. Cavalry and 1st Lt. John T. French, Jr., 4th Artillery. The original document is 84 pages. This copy has four pages per copied page, and is therefore 24 pages in length. The manual has a basic index.  8 1/2" x 11"

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Spanish American War Books:

We presently have the following books/booklets for sale:

Item 4005 -"Effect of the Gun Fire of the United States Vessels in the Battle of Manila Bay" by Lt. John Ellicott, Intelligence officer of the the USS BALTIMORE. This is a reprint of a  very unique work done by a veteran of the battle itself. The report, printed by Office of Naval Intelligence in 1899, provides a written description of the "hits" scored by American vessels on wach of the Spanish vessels. Each of the Spanish vessels  - REINA CRISTINA, CASTILLA, DON ANTONIO DE ULLOA, DON JUAN DE AUSTRIA, ISLE DE LUZON< LISLE DE CUBA, MARQUES DEL DUERO, VELASCO, GENERAL LEZO and ARGOS - are discussed indvidually.  The report includes a table showing the overall number of hits scored on each vessel, the number of men killed and wounded, and summary of the effects of American gunfire in the battle based on what was found aboard the vessels themselves.  The work is unique and insightful.  9 Pages.

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Item 4007 - Brief History of the U.S. Volunteer Regiments of the Philippine American War - A reprint of this rare article from The American Oldtimer magazine, printed in Manila in 1940. The article includes one paragraph histories of the following U.S. Volunteer regiments that served in the Philippines between 1899 and 1901:

11th U.S. Volunteer Cavalry,
26th U.S. Volunteer Infantry
27th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
28th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
29th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
30th  U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
31st U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
32nd U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
33rd U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
34th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
35th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
36th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
37th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
38th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
39th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
40th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
41st U.S. Volunteer Infantry
42nd U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
43rd U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
44th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
45th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
46th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
7th U.S. Volunteer Infantry,
48th  U.S. Volunteer Infantry
49th  U.S. Volunteer Infantry

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Item 4008 - The Eighteenth United States Infantry - Its Part in the Spanish American War and the Philippine Insurrection - A reprint of A. B. Cushing's rare article from The American Oldtimer magazine, printed in two parts in April and May, 1941 in Manila. Also includes A Story of an 18th Outpost by L. D. Wykoff. 16 pages

Cost: $7.50  To order a copy, Click here!

Item 4009 - History of the 30th U.S. Volunteer Regiment - A reprint of Sgt. James Hilliard's rare article from The American Oldtimer magazine, printed in two parts in February and March, 1941 in Manila.  11 pages

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Item 4010 - History of the 32th U.S. Volunteer Regiment - A repint of  Col. Louis A. Craig's  rare article from The American Oldtimer magazine, printed in two parts in October and November and March, 1941 in Manila.  The regiment, formed in July, 1899, served in the Philippines, and was mustered out in May, 1901. The article includes a list of members of the regiment who were recommended for promotion, and the reason for the recommendation. Also includes a listing of capatured stores and a summary of regimental losses. 14 pages

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Item 4011 - Eighth Army Corps War Songs - A reprint of  a  rare article from The American Oldtimer magazine,  which reprinted the words to many songs sung by the 8th Corps troops in the Philippines.  Many of the songs are attributed to men who were with the 8th Corps, and they are identified along with their units (20th U.S. Volunteer Infantry, Utah Battery, 13th Minnesota, North Dakota Volunteer Infantry, 1st South Dakota, 51st Iowa, First Nebraska, First California). In addition to these apparently original songs, the words to many of the popular songs of the era are also included.  The article was printed for the 40th anniverary of the war in July of 1938 in Manila.  29 pages

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Item 4012 - USS WINSLOW in action at Cardenas, Cuba - A reprint of  a  rare article from The Century Illustrated Monthly magazine entitled "The Winslow at Cardenas" written by her commander in the action, Lt. J. B. Bernadou. In this sharp action, WINSLOW was disabled, one of her officers, Ensign Bagley was killed (the only navl officer killed in the Spanish American War)  and some of her crew were awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.  The article is 8  pages.  In addition, a copy of Bernadou's official report on the issue is included, which is 2 pages in length

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Item 4014 - Battle of Manila Bay/Effect of Gun Fire - A reprint of  a  rare article from the Office of Naval Intelligence. The article is entitled "Effect of the gun Fire of the United States Vessels in the Battle of Manila Bay (May 1, 1898)" The article original was published by the Office of  Naval Intelligence in 1899 as "War Notes No. V, Information from Abroad". The article was written by Lt. John Ellicott who served as the intelligence officer aboard the USS BALTIMORE at the Battle of Manila Bay. His study gives an accounting of the hits landed on the Spanish vessels, with conclusions as to the effectiveness of  the American guns, etc.  The article is 13  pages.

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Item 4015 - Rosters of the Connecticut Volunteer Unit - A reprint of  a  rare book providing the rosters of the First Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, First Connecticut Volunteer Artillery, Third Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, the Connecticut Naval Battalion and the Brigade Signal Corps. The book is entitled Roster of Connecticut Volunteers Who Served in the War between the United States and Spain 1898-1899, and was published by the Connecticut Adjutant General in Hartford in 1899. The date of the mustering in of most companies, batteries, etc., is provided and it is also indicated if the company came from a particular town.  The reprint  is 42  pages.

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Item 4020 - Rare German Intelligence Report - Comments of Rear-Admiral Pluddeman of the German Navy - A reprint of  a  rare booklet  providing insight of the German Navy on the actions of the Spanish American War.  This is particualrly important given the volatile German-American relations in the Philippines during the war.  Pluddemann addresses the naval battles and the reasons for the Spanish losses, naval bombardments, Spanish coastal defense, bloackades and cruiser warfare, the American landings, coaling, and auxiliary warships. He also addresses quality of  naval ordnance, and the question of navy vs. army control of the transport of army personnel. The work apparently appeared in the Marine-Rundschau in November of 1898, while the war was still ongoing. It was translated by the U.S. Office of Naval Intelligence and issued as "War Notes No. II, Information from Abroad. Comments of Rear-Admiral Pluddemann, German Navy, on the Main Features of the War with Spain"  in 1899. The reprint  is 16  pages.

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Item 4023 - Life of  William McKinley -  An original copy of  Illustrious Life of William McKinley - Our Martyred President dated 1901, the same year in which McKinley was assassinated.  The book, written by Murat Halstead, starts with the events surrounding McKinley's death, Leon Czolgosz the assassin, and information on the American Anarchist movement. The book then enters into a study of McKinley's life, from his boyhood, his service in the Civil War, his service as a Congressman, his presidential administration, etc. The book also includes chapters on McKinley as an orator, his home life, his last speech, his Christian character, sympathy expressed for McKinley, and info. on the deaths of Lincoln and Garfield, etc. The work was intended as a memorial to McKinley and is therefore an artifact of its time. The book includes about 65 photos and illustrations of McKinley, those associated with him (such as Theodore Roosevelt), places associated with his life, assassination and funeral. The book is bound in light brown bookcloth, with an ornate design embossed on th front cover in gold and black. The title is embossed on the cover and spine in gold lettering. The first few pages are detached but present. The pages show some yellowing. 472 pages. 7" x 9 1/2"

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Item 4024 - State of the Spanish Navy in 1898 According to Brassey's -  A copy of the information on the Spanish Navy that was included in The Naval Annual, 1898 by T.  A. Brassey,  published in Portsmouth, England in 1898.  The information included is a brief summary of naval advancements that occurred in the Spanish Navy in 1898, a four page table of Spanish armored and cruising vessels giving data such as  hull material, displacement, length, beam, draft, propellers, hoprsepower, date of launch, where constructed, cost, armor thickness, armament, speed, coal supply, and crew size. Also included are three pages of drawings showing the main deck plan (showing the main battery) profiles and sections for the following vessels:  Almirante Oquendo/Catalina/Cardinal Cisneros/Infanta Maria Teresa/Princessa de Asturias/Vizcaya (all sisterships, so one plan, profile and section covers all of them), Emperador Carlos V, and Pelayo. This is rare information and shows what was commonly known about these vessels at the time of the Spanish American War. 11 pages.

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Item 4030 - Theodore Roosevelt Biography for Young Adults -  This hardbound book gives the inspiring story of Theodore Roosevelt in a pictorial comic book format. The is entitled Theodore Roosevelt – The Bild True-life Story of the forceful twenty-sixth President of the U.S. – An All-pictorial presentation. The book was published by Davco Publishers of Skokie, Illinois in 1971. Included along with Roosevelt’s life story are maps of places important in his life, a timeline of historical events in his life, and a glossary of terms. Hardbound. Some wear on the cover. Library marks inside cover of  the book.

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Spanish American War Videos:

We presently have the following videos for sale:

Item 4027 - Collection of authentic 1898 era films of navy and ship-related subject! - This is a unique collection of 29 original films that were made of U.S. Naval subjects in the period of the of the Spanish American War and the Dewey-mania that followed.. Many of the films were made by Thomas Edison and Biograph. The films, placed on a CD, contain moving pictures of the BROOKLYN, the crew of the BROOKLYN, the Dewey Arch in New York, Dewey on parade followed by Schley and Sampson, the arrival of Dewey in New York, Dewey landing in Gibraltar, the OLYMPIA in motion and firing salutes, the INDIANA in motion, the burial of the victims of the MAINE in Key West, the wreckage of the MAINE, Morro Castle in Cuba,  Dewey on the OLYMPIA, the OREGON in motion, the RALEIGH in motion, morning colors on the RALEIGH, Roosevelt (former assistant secretary of the Navy) on horseback  with the Rough Riders, Rough Riders embarking on the transport YUCATAN, a dramatized film done to promote Schley over Sampson in the controversy over who should get credit for the Santiago victory, Capt. Sigsbee with Secretary of the Navy John Long, the TEXAS in motion, the transport CITY OF PEKING, the transport WHITNEY, troopships leaving for the Philippines, the Spanish Cruiser VIZCAYA in motion in New York, the wreck of the VIZCAYA, and Wounded soldiers being taken aboard the OLIVETTE. This films are from the Library of Congress, and are formatted for use with Windows Media Player. Most, but not all, will also work with Real Player. The images on a CD along with a text file giving what is known about the various films from the Library of Congress (including data such as who made the film, length, subject matter, etc.). These films are downloadable from the Library of Congress...but we have saved you the time and effort!  It is amazing to see these ships and individuals actually moving!

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Maps

We presently have the following maps for sale:

Item 4029 - Historical Map of the West Indies – Two-sided wall map with twelve (12) separate maps and explanatory text related to the history of the West indies (including Cuba, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Haiti, Domincan Republic, as well as the Windward and Leeward Islands). One side features a large scale map showing the islands and their relationship to each other, South America, Central America and Florida at a scale of 1” = 69 miles. The map includes facts and dates related to many of the islands. The other side has eleven (11) maps with explanatory text as follows – (1) “The Spanish Caribbean 1492-1625;" (2-6) "Imperial Rivalries, 1625-1763, (with separate maps of Jamaica, Barbados, Hispaniola, and the Leeward/Windward Islands; (7)"European Sea, 1763-1898;" (8-10)"American Sea, 1898-1945;" "Forces of Change 1945-Present, (with separate maps of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands).   The map was created and copyrighted in 1987 by the National Geographic Society. The map measures 20 1/4” x 27 1/4"overall  (folds to 5" x 7"), and is in excellent condition.

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Item 4031 - Map of Spain and Portugal – This two-sided wall map, entitled “A Traveler’ Map of Spain and Portugal” was produced by the National Geographic Society in 1984. The front side of the map of Spain and Portugal drawn at a scale of 1” = 29.2 miles. The maps shows locations of castles, palaces, bullfighting rings, religious buildings, etc. Notes on the map provide historical information and sightseeing data. Also included are enlarged maps showing travel and historical site information for Barcelona, Madrid and Lisbon. A map of the Alhambra is included as is a map entitled “Strabo’s Iberia.” The back of the map includes texts providing travelers information and cultural information in Spain and Portugal. In addition, there are nine maps – 1)A map of the provinces of Spain, 2) a map providing suggested tour routes, 3) a map of New Castille, 4) a map of the provinces of Portugal, 5) a map of Andalusia, 6) a small map of the Madeira Islands, 7) a small map of the Azores, 8) a small map of the Canary Islands, and a map of the Spanish and Portuguese wine making areas. The map measures 36“x 22 1/2“ overall (5 3/4“ x 9“ folded). The map is in excellent condition. Some slight wear at folds

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Item 4032 - Map of Spain and Portugal – This one-sided wall map, entitled “Spain and Portugal” was produced by the National Geographic Society in 1965. The  map is drawn at a scale of 1” = 34 miles. The maps shows ciies and towns, major roadways, railroads, oil pipelines, canals, locations of ruins, the depth of the surrounding portions of the Atlantic and Mediterranean in fathoms, etc.  There is an enlarged map (1"=15 miles) of the area around Madrid, and an enlarged map (1"=10 miles) of the area around Lisbon. The map measures 19"x 25“ overall (6 1/4“ x 9 1/2“ folded). The map is in good condition. Some slight wear at folds, with the most exposed corner, when folded, having a small hole (occurring between Mallorca and Ibiza islands). Also, some discoloration near title where some pencil marks were removed.

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Item 12006 - Japan's Occupation Currency for the Philippines - As a result of the war, the U.S. gained the Philippines, which held until after World War Two. During World  War 2,  when the goverment of Japan prepared for its occupation of the Philippine archipelago, one of the things it did was to produce currency - paper money - to used once it took the Philippines. The currency was issued in areas under Japanese control. The notes are an interesting artifact of the war in the Pacific. The examples we have available are all one peso notes. They state in English "The  Japanese Government" and "One Peso" in English, with smaller Japanese markings worked into the design at the bottom of the front of the bill. We have a number of these bills for sale, with slightly varying condition. They will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis with the best examples being sent out to the first to order. The quality is indicated in the image above. All of the bills are worn.

Cost: $2.00 each, six for $10.00  To order, Click here!


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