Paris: Hachette. 18 mounted color plates with tissue guards, and approx. 370 additional black-and-white illustrations. 444pp., thick 4to, gilt-lettered maroon cloth, uncut edges, t.e.g.; corners bumped, spine faded and lightly worn, hinges and spine ends neatly mended. (Paris: Hachette & Cie, no date circa 1915). Text in French. Very good.
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London: Browne, 1756. With tables proper to the respective sciences and memorial lines adapted to each table. 159pp. + index, 8vo, full contemp. mottled calf covers, rebacked in calf with raised bands, leather spine label; (corners bumped, some pages a bit yellowed). London: D. Browne, 1756. Fourth edition. Very good (+).
London: Thomas Kelly, 1814, 1817. ..New Discoveries...Interesting Extracts...A Complete Collection of Voyages & Travels....concluding with a Copious Index designed to form A General Gazetteer of the World. 33 engraved maps & 48 plates, some folding; extra engraved title pages. 2 vols., modern leather, decorated with blind-stamped borders and red & black spine labels. London: Thomas Kelly, 1814, 1817. First Editions. Two leaves of Volume II, including the frontispiece and title page, are lightly damp-stained. The rest of the book is.....
S. Petersburg: 1867. Large hand-colored folding map, loose as issued. 150pp. of text. Thin 4to, printed wrs., frayed, spine splitting; uncut and unopened. St. Petersburg, 1867. The first ethnographic map of European Russia, dated 1849, with Koppen's posthumously-published explanatory text on Finns, Germans, and other ethnic groups represented.
Harrison: Harbor Hill Books, 1978. Maps. 190 pages, 8vo, orange cloth, d.w.; minor dampstaining to lower spine of dust wrapper. Harrison: Harbor Hill, 1978. First edition. A fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Laid is is an short autographed letter signed by the author. Also laid in 6 page addenda and errata booklet dated 1980.
New York: Stackpole, 1938. Profusely illustrated with black & white photos.. 4to, blue cloth, d.w.(edge-chipped). New York: Stackpole, (1938). First Edition. "In dramatic pictures and in sonorous text, the tragedy of the Mississippi River unfolds.... Based on his brilliant motion picture....here is an education in national geography and economic engineering, strikingly presented"
Exeter: C. Norris, 1817. 218, (13)pp. 8vo, contemporary calf, leather label, scattered foxing, some pages lightly browned, calf rubbed, edge of one corner worn, corners bumped. Exeter: Printed by C. Norris for the Authors, 1817. First Edition "First gazetteer of this state." Howes M.-541. The three parts consist of: 1. A comprehensive geographical and statistical view of the whole state. 2. A description of each county, town, or location in the state. 3. Topographical and statistical tables alphabetically arranged. Shaw.....
Middletown: I. Riley, 1808. Containing copious extracts from the Araucana of Don Alonzo de Ercilla. Translated from the Original Italian, by an American Gentleman. Folding map of Chile laid in. 2 volumes. 8vo, modern blue cloth, ex-lib with a few rubberstamps in margins of both volumes, scattered light foxing to some margins of both volumes, scattered light browning to the some pages of both volumes. Middletown: I. Riley, 1808. First Edition in English. The author was born in Chile where.....
New York: Arno Press, 1971. on the American Continent, also of the West-India Islands... Seven maps, four of which are folding. Thick 8vo, rebound in full calf with green spine labels, spine very lightly rubbed, bottom edges of corners rubbed, pages slightly wavy throughout, not including maps. (New York: Arno Press, 1971). Facsimile of the Boston, 1797 edition.