London: Hurst and Blackett, 1877. Frontis., title vignette. xii, 353pp. 8vo, original green cloth, edges of corners bumped and very lightly worn, light foxing to Frontis. and title-page, a few margins lightly soiled. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1877. First Edition Narrative of extensive travel in Guatemala with several chapters on travel in southern Mexico.
Philadelphia: Museum of the University of Pennsylvania, 1930. Illus., some folding. 72pp. 8vo, pr. wrs., wrappers chipped and soiled. Philadelphia: Museum of the University of Pennsylvania, 1930. The two articles by Robert Burkitt are the entire contents of the The Museum Journal. Vol. XXXI, No. 1. March 1930. The entire issue is offered for sale.
Princeton: Art Museum, Princeton University, 1978. 20 folding color photographs by Justin Kerr. Foreword by Peter C. Bunnell. 142pp., large 8vo, decorative cloth, d.w.; minor spotting top edge, ownership signature front free endpaper and title page, dust wrapper lightly rubbed, price clipped. Princeton: The Art Museum, Princeton Unversity, (1978). A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
Guatemala 20 des Agosto de de 1832. Ministerio general del Gobierno del Estado de Guatemala. El Gefe del Estado de Guatemala deseando llenar las miras del Cuerpo Lejislativo manifiestas en su orden numero 38 emitida el 23 de junio anterior se ha servido dar el siguiente: Decreto... 8pp. 8vo, stitched. Imprenta de la Union, (1832).
London: Henry Berthoud, 1822. followed by Teatro Critico Americano; or, a Critical Investigation and Research in into the History of the Americans. By Paul Felix Cabrera. 19 lithograph plates, one folding. xiii, 128pp. 4to, later 19th century 1/2 black morocco, morocco worn near spine ends and on front cover edges of boards lightly worn, very light foxing to some page margins, including margins of most plates, ex-lib. London, Henry Berthoud, 1822. First Edition "Captain Del Rio examined the now famous...
Philadelphia: Charles Desilver, 1856. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 12.25" x 15". A lovely map of Mexico published by Thomas Cowperthwait just a few years following the end of the Mexican-American War. It features one inset of the Valley of Mexico (at lower left), Guatemala or Central America, the Isthmus of Tehuantepec showing the proposed route from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean (the proposed trans-continental canal was never built), and the Isthmus or Nigaragua...
New Orleans: Tulane University, 1967. Illustrated with black and white photography and drawings, one folding map. green textured wrappers. New Orleans: Tulane University, 1967. A near fine copy (one light bump to foot of spine and spine slightly sunned). Publication 33, Middle American Research Institute.