New York: Time. Woodcuts throughout by Boris Artzybasheff with an Arabian theme. 44 pages. Slim small 12mo, brown cloth. New York: Time, Inc., (no date, circa 1934). Bottom corners bumped, slightly effecting pages, otherwise a very good copy of this uncommon promotional book put out by Time Magazine.
London: Tylston, 1893. Edited by his wife Isabel Burton. 2 vols., tall 8vo, original back cloth decoratively gilt front covers. Tops and bottoms of spines repaired. Volume I, xxviii, 436 pages; volume II, xii, 479. Frontispiece portrait of Idabella Burton, folding color map and many full page color plates and text illustrations. London: Tylston an Edwards, 1893. Very good (+). The great explorer's most popular book, a record of his adventures as he travelled in disguise from Cairo to Mecca in 1853.
San Francisco: John Henry Nash, 1919. Translated and Annotated by His Friend and Pupil F.B. (Sir Richard F. Burton). Rubricated title, 52pp., deckled edges, slim 4to, vellum backed marbled boards. San Francisco: The Book Club of California (Printed by John Henry Nash), 1919. Near Fine. Number 85 of 500 numbered copies.