Recit d'un Voyage fait en 1856, sur le Yacht le "Foam" en Islande, a Jan Mayen et au Spitzberg... Traduit...par T.P. Bedard. mounted photo frontis. portrait, wood engraved text illus. 320pp. 8vo, 1/2 calf. Montreal, 1876. This French Canadian edition of Lord Dufferin's arctic travels not listed in NUC.
Paris: S.M. Danoise, 1802. Map. Black and white engraving. Measures 17.25 x 22.25 inches. Eggert Olafsen (1726 - 1768), was member of the Danish Academy of Sciences. In 1752, went on a mission to Iceland in order to gather information on the scientific, economic and political nature of the island. "Atlas du Voyage en Islande, fair par ordre de S.M. Danoise" was a later French edition of this voyage and consists of many fine engravings depicting Iceland's distinctive landscape, people...
Paris: Georges Fall, 1968. Illustrated with hundreds of b/w images, and minimal text at rear, in French. Unpaginated. 4to, pictorial wrappers (chip at head of spine and some light foxing). Paris: Georges Fall Editeur, (1968) A very good copy of this unusual catalogue, inscribed on the title page, presumably by the artist as it appears to read Gudmindsson.
Stockholm: Limited Editions Club, 1931. Translated from the French by Guy Endore, Illustrated with lithographs by Yngve Berg. 207pp. 4to, white cloth-backed patterned boards, t.e.g., in board slipcase. Stockholm: The Limited Editions Club, 1931. A fine copy in a very good (+) slipcase. One of 1500 numbered copies on Van Gelder paper, signed by the illustrator.
Edinburgh: Constable, 1811. 2 maps of Iceland, one folding; 8 color lithograph plates; 7 b/w plates, one folding. 491pp. 4to, modern cloth, leather label; (foxing to b/w plates and to margins of lithographs). Edinburgh: Printed by Thomas Allan for Archibald Constable, 1811. "Mackenzie wrote on the `...voyage and the travels, and the chapters on the mineralogy, rural economy, and commerce of the island. Although the scientific portions of the book have long been superseded, it contains much information of permanent...
London: Hakluyt Society, 1932. with a Continuation , by Another Hand, up to his Death in 1679. Translated by Bertha Phillpotts. Ed. by Richard Temple and Lavinia Mary Anstey. Volume II: Life and Travels: Denmark, England, the Cape, Madagascar, Comoro Is., Coromandel Coast, Tranquebar, St Helena, Ascension Is., Ireland, Iceland, 1618-1679. 2 plates, folding map. xxx, 290pp. 8vo, blue cloth, corners bumped, otherwise very good. London: Hakluyt Society, 1932.
London: Tallis, John. Map. Steel engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 10.5" x 12.75". John Tallis Jr. (1817-1876) was a London born bookseller who continued the prolific map publishing company started by his father. After a partnership with his brother, Tallis Jr. expanded the business to New York in 1849 as well as Boston, Cincinnati, Rochester, Philadelphia and Baltimore. He is remembered as one of the last decorative map makers.