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CUNANAN MAPHOUSE (CMH)
#4930 A.S. Arnaiz Ave.,
Pio del Pilar, Makati City
Tel. 888-0199
TeleFax. 888-0199
Cel. 0916-2560182
0920-4725175


OFFER TO SELL
SPECIAL MAPS


GLAD TIDINGS!

It is with special gladness to invite your early investments in handmade,
hand-colored and updated Cunanan Statistical Maps.

For your timely references, allow us to suggest the following:

1.) GIANTSIZE MAP OF THE PHILIPPINES, Year 2005 Edition. Colored per
regional
division (17 Regions including the latest created MIMAROPA and CALABARZON),
includes the latest created provinces and cities in the Philippines;
The three phases of Strong Republic National Highway (The RoRo System); with
useful statistics such as land area, population per province, city, and
municipality, total number of barangays, km. distances in Luzon, Visayas,
and Mindanao, Size: 42" x 87", Scale: 1:1,000,000 mts.

PRICES:
a. Paper copy provided with plastic cover...............P 1,265.00
b. Paper copy with front and back plastic cover,
with top and bottom rollers......................P 3,500.00
c. Laminated front and back with top and bottom rollers..P 3,500.00
d. With silver aluminum framing (mounted on plywood)....P 3,090.00
e. With frame and pin cushion cork underlay.............P 3,990.00
f. With frame and G. I. Sheet underlay..................P 4,500.00
g. Map on CD in Acrobat PDF file format.................P 3,500.00


2.) GIANTSIZE MAP OF METROMANILA, the National Capital Region, Year 2005
Edition. Composed of the fourteen (14) Cities and three (3) Municipalities
in full color, with various kinds of useful statistics; showing the latest,
under construction, and proposed Metromanila transport networks such as
the C-5, C-6, Padre Jacinto Zamora Bridge (Nagtahan Link), the Metromanila
Skyway, the Pasig Expressway; also includes the Fort Bonifacio Global City,
and the final plan of Cyber Bay City. Size: 42" X 87" Scale: 1:25,000 mts.
Prices same as item number 1.

3.) Individual Map of 17 REGIONS, Year 2005 Edition. Colored per province,
showing the towns and cities with prominent barangays; with corresponding
Congressional Boundaries and updated road networks. With pertinent data
and statistics such as population, land area, total no. of barangays, no.
of precincts and registered voters per city/municipality. Scale: 1:250,000
mts.

Sizes: Prices per region:
A. Giant Size P2,590.00 P3,400.00 P1,150.00
40 x 70" With frame Laminated w/ rollers Map only

B. Large Size P2,150.00 P3,200.00 P880.00
36 x 60" With frame Laminated w/ rollers Map only

C. Map on CD in Acrobat PDF file format P 3,500.00


*Special Discount - Less 15% for set purchase plus FREE Map of
the Philippines 2005 Edition.


4.) SPECIAL MAPS FOR SCHOOLS - Historical Maps, Continents, Globes.

5.) For Maps of Provinces, Cities, and other maps available,
please don't hesitate to contact us.


Modesty aside, it may interest you to know that several political leaders,
government departments, majority of school libraries as well as the top
1,000 corporations of the Philippines are now utilizing Cunanan Statistical
Map System.


Anticipating your favorable action in our humble effort to serve our nation
through map-making, and Godspeed to your continuing good luck.





Very truly yours,

CUNANAN MAPHOUSE (CMH)
#4930 A.S. Arnaiz Ave.,
Pio del Pilar, Makati City
Tel. 888-0199
TeleFax. 888-0199
Cel. 0916-2560182
0920-4725175

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