"Color lithograph map on 2 sheets. Shows capitals with a number indicating the population of the area, major cities, towns, roads, rivers, port cites and landmarks. Includes legend and descriptive text. Relief shown by shadings. 1st. edition, administrative and historical atlas of Iberian Peninsula, with 6 pages of text, 60 sheets lithographic double page color maps with descriptive text, by Emilio Alvarez Valverde (Manila, 1848 - Leganes, 1894), military, cartographer, geographer and Spanish writer, author of travel guides. Bound in half leather embossed dark brown paper covered boards with title embossed in gilt on the front cove, and half title on the spin reads ""Atlas Geografico. Emilio Valverde"", also a decorative stamp with mapping instruments and globe on the back cover in gilt. It includes pictorial colored title page, a general map of Spain with the Philippine Islands, the Spanish possessions in the Gulf of Guinea, the Spanish Antilles, Ceuta, Melilla and the Canary Islands. Shows political and administrative boundaries, with a number indicating the population of the area next to the provincial capitals. Maps drawn by A. Soler and A. Alfaro, showing administrative boundaries, cities, villages, roads, landmarks, rivers and mountains."