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(LANDSCAPE ANNUAL). ROSCOE, Thomas [1791-1871].
The Tourist In Switzerland And Italy.Illustrated From Drawings By S.Prout.
London: Robert Jennings, 1830..
8vo. pp. 4 p.l., 278, [1 leaf]. large-paper copy with the 26 engraved plates (incl. additional title) on India paper, mounted. original green morocco, gilt edges (somewhat worn, front cover detached, some light foxing to plates & neighbouring leaves). First Edition. Faxon, Literary Annuals, 1530. Pine-Coffin 8304.
$450 USD                          Book Number: elala2712                         Order / Enquire

The Tourist In Spain And Morocco.Illustrated From Drawings By David Roberts.
London: Robert Jennings And Co. & Paris: Fisher, Fils, Et Cie., 1838..
8vo. pp. x, [1 leaf], 292. large-paper copy with the 21 engraved plates (incl. additional title) on India paper, mounted. original green morocco, gilt edges (corners bit worn, some light foxing to plates & neighbouring leaves, last plate more so & with marginal dampstains). First Edition. Faxon, Literary Annuals, 1540.
$599 USD                          Book Number: elala2718                         Order / Enquire

The Tourist In Spain. Andalusia.Illustrated From Drawings By David Roberts.
London: Robert Jennings And Co., 1836..
vo. pp. xii, 280, [4]ads. large-paper copy with the 21 engraved plates (incl. additional title) on India paper, mounted. 10 wood-engraved plates (proofs of the text illus). 10 wood engravings in the text. original green morocco, gilt edges (extremities bit rubbed, some foxing to plates & neighbouring leaves). First Edition. Faxon, Literary Annuals, 1538 (not mentioning the proofs of the wood engravings).
$699 USD                          Book Number: elala2716                         Order / Enquire

The Tourist In Spain. Biscay And The Castiles.Illustrated From Drawings By David Roberts.
London: Robert Jennings And Co., 1837..
8vo. pp. vi, [1 leaf], 294, [2]ads. large-paper copy with the 21 engraved plates (incl. additional title) on India paper, mounted. original green morocco, gilt edges (corners worn, light to moderate foxing to plates & adjacent leaves). First Edition. Faxon, Literary Annuals, 1539.
$599 USD                          Book Number: elala2717                         Order / Enquire

ABBOTT, G[eorge] F[rederick].
The Tale Of A Tour In Macedonia.
London: Edward Arnold, 1903..
8vo. pp. xi, 343 + [32]ads. with half-title. folding map & 8 plates (incl. frontis.). untrimmed in original cloth (hint of foxing to first few leaves, frontis. slightly discoloured from tissue guard). First Edition. The author conducted an expedition to Macedonia under the auspices of the University of Cambridge with a view to studying the folk-lore of the country.
$250 USD                          Book Number: elala3186                         Order / Enquire

ABRAHAM, George & Ashley.
Rock-Climbing In North Wales.
Keswick, Cumberland: G.P.Abraham, 1906..
8vo. pp. xxi, [1], 394, [4]ads. with half-title. 30 monogravure plates, 9 plates showing 11 routes & 10 text illus. cloth (joints & hinges cracked & weak, joints & extremities frayed). First Edition. Neate 2.
$200 USD                          Book Number: dola2174                         Order / Enquire

ALLASON, Thomas [1790-1852].
Picturesque Views Of The Antiquities Of Pola, In Istria.
London: John Murray; J.Taylor, J & A.Arch, J.Booth, And Colnaghi And Co., 1819.
folio. large-paper. pp. 4 p.l., 67. with half-title. 10 plates on India paper, mounted (2 marked 'Proof'), & 4 large vignettes in the text, engraved by W.B.Cooke, George Cooke, Henry Moses, & Cosmo Armstrong, after drawings by Allason, the frontis. drawn by J.M.W.Turner after a sketch by Allason. modern half calf (some foxing to plates & first half of text, institutional rubberstamp in lower margin of title & p. 33). First Edition. 'Allason, an architect, travelled in Greece, 1814-15, as draughtsman to John and Edward Spencer Stanhope, and he produced the drawings for their works on Plataea, Olympia and Elis. Allason claimed to be the first to observe the entasis of Greek columns.The journey to Pola, the only maritime town of Istria to retain its ancient buildings, was made via Trieste while he was travelling with the Stanhopes. Allison dedicated his work to the Society of Dilettanti, which had long been interested in Pola and had wanted to erect a building of its own in Piccadilly modeled on the temple at Pola.the vignettes include a view of the Acropolis at Athens.'. The many surviving ancient Roman buildings and structures of Pola include its famous first century amphitheatre, one of the six largest surviving Roman arenas in the world, the Arch of Sergeii, the temple of Rome and Augustus, and the Gate of Hercules, all of which are illustrated in the plates. (Blackmer) Blackmer 25. Brunet I 188.
$2250 USD    Book Number: TLActALL84         Order / Enquire

ANSON, George [1697-1762].
Reize Rondsom De Werreld, Gedaan in de Jaaren 1740 tot 1744.Door Richard Walter.Derde Druk.
Leyden: Johannes Le Mair, Stephanus Jacobus Baalde, Cornelis Van Hoogeveen, Junior, 1765..
4to. pp. 16 p.l., 384, [1 leaf]. with half-title. title in red & black with engraved vignette. 35 engraved maps & plates (33 folding). woodcut vignettes. An uncut copy, bound in contemporary half calf (joints starting to crack, head of spine chipped, some scattered foxing, a few leaves & plates embrowned). Third Edition of the Dutch Translation. "A masterpiece of descriptive travel.the most popular book of maritime adventure of the eighteenth century." (Hill) Anson commanded the small British squadron sent at the beginning of the war with Spain to harass the Spaniards on the west coast of South America and cut off their supplies of wealth from the Pacific. Disasters and hardships plagued the expedition; most of the ships were lost around Cape Horn, and on the Chilean coast, and of a crew of 960, less than 350 survived. Eventually the Centurion alone was left, but Anson persevered and succeeded in capturing a gold-laden Spanish galleon near Manila. The prize he earned as a result settled his fortune for life. This is the official account of his voyage of circumnavigation, compiled from Anson's journals by Richard Walter, chaplain on board the Centurion, and revised by Benjamin Robins. Howgego A100. Sabin 1641. cfBell W40 (1st Edn. in Dutch, 1749). cfBorba de Moraes I pp. 38-39. cfCox I 50. cfKroepelien 1078. cfHill pp. 317-18. cfNational Maritime Museum I 112.
$1153 USD                          Book Number: TSOizANS23                         Order / Enquire

ANVILLE, [Jean Baptiste Bourguignon] D' [1697-1782].
An Atlas Of Ancient Geography.With Two Additional Maps.The Whole Materially Improved, By Inserting The Modern Names Of Places Under The Antient.
London: Richard Homes Laurie, [1821]..
large folio. title + 12 hand-coloured engraved maps (11 double-page). wood-engraved title vignette. contemporary half calf (binding worn, joints cracked, extremities damaged). Including maps of the world, the Roman Empire (East and West), Roman Britain (by D.Horsley), France, Italy, Greece (2, the second by Barbié du Bocage), Asia Minor and Syria, Palestine, Egypt, and Europe (Germany-France-Italy-Spain-British Isles). National Maritime Museum III 202.
$1598 USD                          Book Number: elala3739                         Order / Enquire

ARROWSMITH, Aaron [1750-1823].
A New General Atlas.Exhibiting The Boundaries And Divisions, Also the Chains of Mountains and other Geographical Features of all the Known Countries in the World.
London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green, 1829..
4to. [ff. 2]. engraved title vignette. 53 engraved maps (1 double-page). contemporary half roan (very worn, joints partly split, hinges taped, dampstaining to lower margins, pencil notes & doodles on verso of some maps, several penned entries on 2 maps, 1 world map with Australia partly inked in, several ink stains on map of South America, some light foxing, lower outer corner of first few leaves dog-eared). cfNational Maritime Museum, Atlases, 293 (1817).
$1281 USD                          Book Number: TRONeARR94                         Order / Enquire

ARROWSMITH, Aaron [1750-1833].
An Atlas Of Ancient Geography, for the use of King's College School.
London: J.Arrowsmith And B.Fellowes, 1842..
8vo. engraved title, engraved index, & 19 engraved maps with outline colour. later cloth (centre fold tears to margins of a few maps, 1 trimmed & mounted with long tear repaired).
$300 USD                          Book Number: elala4765                         Order / Enquire

Grèce: Manuel Du Voyageur.
Leipzig: Karl Baedeker & Paris: Paul Ollendorff, 1910..
16mo. pp. xviii, xviiia-xviiih, xix-cii, 468. folding panorama of Athens, 2 plates, 17 maps & 32 plans (most in colour, some folding). 19 maps & 32 plans, (1 in rear pocket, most in colour, some double-page or folding, some in text). cloth (bit soiled, upper rear pocket split, a few old notes & underlining). First Edition.
$150 USD                          Book Number: dola1011                         Order / Enquire

BAGOT, Richard.
The Italian Lakes Painted By Ella Du Cane.
London: Adam And Charles Black, [1812]..
8vo. pp. xi, 201, [1], [2]ads. with half-title. 68 colour plates. tissue guards with legends. untrimmed in original decorative cloth. Third Printing.
$150 USD                          Book Number: elala2011                         Order / Enquire

BARLOW, Roger.
A Brief Summe Of Geographie.Edited with an Introduction and Notes By E.G.R.Taylor.
London: Printed For The Hakluyt Society [Second Series: No. 69], 1932..
8vo. pp. lvi, 210. with half-title. 3 plates (incl. frontis.) & 1 folding map. partly unopened in original blind & gilt-stamped cloth. dw. (spine of dw. faded, short tear on 1 side). Cox II 337.
$128 USD                          Book Number: TRLBrBAR98                         Order / Enquire

BARRASS, Edward [1821-1898].
Missionary Scenes In Many Lands.
Toronto: Methodist Mission Rooms, 1885..
8vo. pp. 200, [16]ads. wood-engraved text illus. (some full-page, incl. frontis.). A very nice copy in original black & blind-stamped cloth. Missionary Society of the Methodist Church of Canada prize bookplate (1885). First Edition. Chapters on Japan, Fiji, the Friendly Islands, New Zealand, Africa, and the missionary labours of William Taylor (California, Australia, Africa, West Indies, India, South America) and Samuel Mathabathe (Natal). The author came to Canada from England as a Methodist minister in 1853.
$200 USD                          Book Number: elala4516                         Order / Enquire

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