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ARGENTINE - Chilian Boundary.
ARGENTINE - Chilian Boundary. Argentine - Chilian Boundary. A Short Reply to the Chilian Statement  Presented to the Tribunal appointed by His Britannic Majesty's Government "To Consider and Report upon the Differences which have arisen with regard to the Frontier between the Argentine and Chilian Republics" to Further Justify the Argentinian Claims for the Boundary along the Summit of the Cordillera de Los Andes according to the Treaties of 1881 &1893, For the Argentinian Government by William Clowes & Sons Ltd. London, 1902
67 pp.2 large pockets at the begining and end of volume containing 4 large folding maps, preserved in paper cases, on 12 folding sheets, 21 plates of which 3 are folding maps, 35 panoramas on 18 large foldout plates showing the whole of the boundary from the air, 10 text illusts. folio, original cloth with gilt lettering.,

The Boundary dispute was settled in favour of the Argentines, after the Arbitration of the British Government. A remarkable piece of book construction, with a breathtaking pioneering feat of the aerial photographer, who at this period would not have used an aeroplane but most likely a balloon to create these 35 magnificent panoramas of the border. No credit is given in this work to that person. Copac records 1 copy in Edinburgh.

Stock ref: 12843