Wellington: W.A.G. Skinner, Government Printer, Undated, circa 1910. Folio leaves of glazed alkaline paper (still bright-white, 9.5x24 inches) printed, folded and stapled to make eight triple-column pages of text that when folded is 9.5x4 inches. Find numerous b&w photos reasonably well-reproduced amidst pretty printers' ornaments, white the outer layer is a triptych in colors, a panel each to the mts, lakes and coastal inlets. Also fine two 9x6.5 inch maps, one a detailed rendering of the South Island, the other a drawn topographical map with onlay color showing the hiking trails. External fold-edges are mildly abraded, no other problems (even the staples are clean), a very good copy.