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Birmingham, MI: George D. Baylerian, 1971. Illustrated. 176 pages. 8vo, printed blue cloth, dust wrapper; wrapper shows some light wear at top edge. Birmingham, MI: George D. Bayerian, (1971). A near fine copy in a very good wrapper. Signed by the author inside front cover: "with compliments George D. Bayerian.
London: Macmillan, 1877. Being Notes of a Vacation Tour in the Autumn of 1876. 420p., frontispiece, map and ads. 8vo, green cloth, white library numbers & small hole in spine; ink stain on front cover. London: Macmillan, 1877. The frontispiece & facing title page are dampstained in the bottom margin, otherwise an internally clean, tight copy of a scarce book.
Venice: Armenian Publishing House of San Lazzaro, 1990. Illustrated at rear with 85 large color plates. 127 pages of text in English & Italian on facing pages. Thick 4to, black cloth with inset pictorial label, cloth slipcase. Venice: Armenian Publishing House of San Lazzaro, 1990. Small bump at head, slightly effecting pages; lengthy gift inscription in neat Armenian cursive on half title, still a near fine copy of this rather scarce title. Printed on the occasion of the second Centenary.....
Erevan: Sovetakan Grogh, 1982. 245 pages with text in Armenian, Russian and French. 37 page introduction with black & white illustrations in margin. 129 colour illustrations. Commentaries, indices and bibliography. Slim 4to, green leatherette, edgeworn d.w. Sovetakan Grogh, Erevan, 1982. A near fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper.
New Rochelle: Caratzas Brothers, 1979. In collaboration with Michael E. Stone. Historical survey by Avedis K. Sanjian. 194 illustrations including 131 in color. 174pp. Folio, tan decorative boards, d.w. New Rochelle: Caratzas Brothers, 1979. Very good(+) in very good dust wrapper. First published description of the wealth of art treasures in the Armenian Cathedral of St. James.
Amsterdam: Mortier, Pieter, 1723. Map. Engraving with hand outline. Image measures 14" x 18.75". Beautifully detailed map showing the area between the the Black and Caspian Seas including modern day Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Turkey. Full original margins have minor stains. Based on the plates by Nicolas Sanson (1600-1667) who is considered the founder of the French school of cartography. In reaction to the prevailing trend of Dutch lavishness, Sanson favored minimal details, focusing rather on accurate cartography than.....