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Paris: Paul Geuthner, 1928. 2 volumes, portfolio of 64 plates (cloth backed boards) and text volume with several text illustrations. 396pp., tall 4to, original stiff tan printed wrappers (scuffed, spine soiled). Paris: Paul Geuthner, 1928. First Edition. Very good. With the small ownership label of art historian Meyer Schapiro. Vol. I. of Orient et Byzance. ed. by Gabriel Millet.
New York: New York Graphic Society, 1961. 32 full page color plates, 4 monochrome illustrations. 30 pages of text. Folio, grey cloth-backed white boards, d.w. (lightly edgeworn and with some neat tape re-enforcement). New York: New York Graphic Society/Unesco, (1961). Near Fine. Seventeenth in the Unesco World Art Series.
London: Laurie & Whittle, 1794. Map. Hand Colored Engraving. 21" x 28". Beautiful map of the Kingdom of Hungary from 1794 showcasing the different regions within the kingdom. Lower and Upper Hungary are central, making up what is today Hungary, parts of Slovakia and Austria. Transylvania is outlined in red, Sclavonia in green, and Croatia in fuschia. Accurately displays the political boundaries of the kingdom at the time. Shows mountains and elevation, labels rivers, cities, etc. Extends in the southwest.....
Leipzig: Bibliographisches Institut, 1902. Edited by K. Muhl. 10 karten, 30 planen und grundrissen, 1 panorama und 2 abbildungen. 18mo, original brown cloth, corners lightly bumped, spine and edges of corners rubbed. Leipzig: Bibliographisches Institut, 1902. Very good Guidebook to Turkey, Romania, Serbia, and Bulgaria in German. Some of the maps and the panorama are in color and folding.
Augsburg. Map. Hand colored engraving. 19 3/4" x 22 3/4". Fine antique map of Hungary and surrounding areas shown in just one configuration of the many possible snapshots of the 18th century border changes in the region. Depicted around 20 years following the second Battle of Mohacs which, through the end of the 17th century led to Transylvania becoming a part of Hungary again. By 1718, only a few years prior to this map, the entire Kingdom of Hungary had.....