Lustrous silver-gray surfaces with deeper peripheral highlights. Housed in the lower right corner of a map of Olde York County Maine, in a wooden frame behind glass. Map colors are red, rose, black, and white. The map lists all the pertinent information about the earliest days of York County, and was designed by the Maine State Planning Board and executed by Klir A. Beck. We have offered a few of these over the years, many of them yellowed or otherwise damaged, but the present article is a pleasing exception to those conditions. The present piece would make a grand wall hanging in the office or den of a commemorative half dollar collector or a citizen of "Down East" in the state of Maine.