London: Partridge, 1886. Frontispiece and numerous other illustrations and maps. 511pp. Short thick 8vo, handsomely rebound in 3/4 dark green morocco with the original gilt-stamped cloth pictorial covers preserved (cloth is rubbed but still very attractive; some minor toning and fingering to pages). London: S.W. Partridge and Co., 1886. First edition. A very good(+) copy in a stylish binding.
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London: Jacob Blome, 1638. Extra engraved title and 45 interesting copper engravings including 6 maps. Small folio, old calf (rubbed). London: Blome and Bishop, 1638. Second Edition Revised and Enlarged by the Author. A very good clean tight copy. Sir. Thomas Herbert made an extensive tour in Persia, Cape of Good Hope, Madagascar, and Surat, and coasted the Eastern shores of North America on his return to England. His account of these travels is written in a lively and agreeable.....
London: R.H. Porter, 1890. Photographic frontispiece portrait. Illustrated with numerous sketches by the author and one large folding map at rear. 455pp., thick 8vo, rebound in pale green cloth with black gilt- lettered morocco label. London: R.H. Porter, 1890. Fine. Jameson was the Naturalist on Stanley's expedition.
Philadelphia: Childs and Peterson, 1856. Upwards of three hundred engravings, plus four maps, two folding (each with a tear). 2 volumes. 464 pages and 467 pages, 8vo, blind-stamped black cloth with gilt lettering on spine; bookplate inside front cover of each volume, two ownership signatures front flyleaf of volume II, one dated 1856, scattered light foxing, heaviest on half titles and frontis pieces, heads of spines mended. Philadelphia: Childs and Peterson, 1856. A very good set.
Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1860. Together with Journeys to Jagga, Usambara, Ukambani, Shoa, Abessinia, and Khartum; and a Coasting Voyage from Mombaz to Cape Delgado... with an appendix and notes on language and geography by E.J. Ravenstein. Frontispiece folding map. 464pp., 12mo, original blind stamped pebbled brown cloth (cloth is rubbed at spine ends). Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1860. First American edition. Very good. A very nice copy of this important, early book on African exploration.
New York: Harper, 1875. Extensively illustrated, with maps and text illustrations. LACKS THE TWO FOLDING MAPS IN REAR POCKET. 541pp., 8vo, decorative blue cloth; ownership signature front free endpaper, covers well worn but sound. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1875. A very good copy, internally clean but with worn covers.