No date. Circa late 1940s?
Color lithographic pictorial / pictographic map, sheet size 29 1/4 x 19 1/2 inches, professionally mounted on linen minimising a three inch tear entering the image at centre right; 1/4 inch spot of inpainting at centre left. Originally folded. Brightly colored map of India featuring an attractive decorative border. Text in lower decorative insert discusses India's Economic Future: "Before the war India was already one of the eight leading industrial countries of the world. In response to the demands of war Indian capital and Indian technical skill have helped to develop still further the country's industries. India is now in a stronger financial position than any other country in the Far East. Plans are being worked out for a vast development of industry and natural resources. Indai can look forward to a great future." Decorative vignettes and banners highlight the rich resources of the country. India is depicted in pre-Partition form, suggesting that it was published shortly after the end of World War II. Printed in England by Alf Cooke Ltd., Leeds and London. 51-9254." printed at lower left corner. "O.P.D. 39/219/7." printed at lower right corner. Item #53409