Burma-Siam-French Indo-China (Vietnam) 1933


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Vintage original print: Burma, Cambodia, Siam, Laos and surrounding countries form a  regional map with detailed borders, cities, railroads (red lines), rivers (black lines) and terrain (brown hachures) and other reference map features. Colonial claims were evident in the mid-1930's in Southeast Asai.

Publisher/Author: World Syndicate Publishing Company

Page Size: 9 1/4 (w) by 13 (h) inches

Map Size: 8 1/2 (w) by 11 1/2 (h) inches

Mat Size: 14 by 18 inches

Optional mat with backing board: Crescent Select 100% virgin alpha-cellulose, conservation-grade board stock, 4 ply thickness (.050"-.060"). Mat and backing board are neutral, off-white in color with a white core, 100% acid- and lignin-free to protect the map print. Each mat opening is a custom cut with a 45° beveled edge for optimal presentation.

Fits any standard 14 by 18 inches picture frame. See Mats and Frames for more information.

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Snapshot in time: When this map was published, Franklin D. Roosevelt was in the first year of his presidency and Fay Wray starred in King Kong.

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