Lima: the bank, 1944. Paperback. 82p., semi-coated paperstock throughout, softbound in 7x5 inch color wraps with yapp edges, two folded maps, scattered local photos reproduced badly (several on fully coated paper, one folding), covers bear a tinted translucent paper overlay as issued. The translucent overlay is badly torn; the covers proper somewhat edgeworn and foxed, paperstock is toned throughout. Attractive item: cover decoration is sort of expert primitive view of railroads, mountain tunnel and road, Huancayo small in the background. First map is an urban plat with the patron bank picked out in red; the second is of the entire province of Junin, this has onlay colors, a very successful production. All leaves, plates and maps are in fine unmolested condition.