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Australaien 
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Original steel engraving with surrounding pics of Australian life . . . you could tint if wished. Bookplate originates from: 'Verldshistoriskt Album, innehallande Femhundra Teckningar ofver Jordens skilde Lander och Folk'  aka "World History  Album, containing Five Hundred Drawings of  the different countries and people "( published Stockholm, 1857). Size  overall size is ca. 38 x 33 cm.  image size is ca. 31.5 x 27.5 cm.  Unmounted  Pair inc delivery £95 light creasing marking in the extreme margins





A New & Accurate Chart of the Discoveries made by the late Capt. Js. Cook, and other distinguished Modern Navigators . . . Exhibiting Botany Bay, with the whole Coast of New South Wales in New Holland; Also New Zealand,, Norfolk and the various other Islands situated in the Great Pacific . . .
Chart of the Pacific  by Emanuel Bowen:of the  contiguous coastlines, showing the tracks of Captain James Cook and discoveries explorers in the Pacific Ocean in the second half of the 18th Century.Showing the whole of the Pacific highlighting Cook's achievements, and includes a note regarding his murder in the Sandwich Is., "O-why-hee" (Hawaii) . Classic cartographic errors include Banks Peninsula, Stewart Is., Tasmania.Published  London / 1787 Size: 18 x 13.5 inches £295 inc delivery fold as issued re margined top edge and left side  otherwise stunning condition for a rare map.





Baye de la Possession dans l' Isle de la Georgie Australe
From the French edition of James Cook's second voyage entitled Voyage dans l'Hémisphère Austral, et autour du Monde, fait sur les Vaissseaux de Roi, l'Aventure, la Résolution, en 1772, 1773, 1774, 1775 … Engraved by Robert Benard. Published in Paris by Pancoucke in 5 volumes with numerous illustrations, charts, and maps.published 1778 Captain James Cook, explorer, cartographer and hydrographer went to command several notable voyages, the first was from 1768-1771. He was led to his commission by the direction of British overseas exploration in 1766 as commander of HM Bark Endeavour for the first of three Pacific voyages. Crease as issued. 230 x 375mm. View of the glaciers on South Georgia. £ 115 inc delivery, x 4



 NEW SOUTH WALES: The Oldest and Richest of the Australian Colonies.
 By Charles Robinson Published Sydney,  by Thomas Richards, Government Printer, 1873., 1873. iii+110pp. 8vo. OBuff wrappers, stapled spine, black titles to front cover only,  minus  cloth covered case. 2 large colour maps, folding,  The superior enlarged edition containing two large coloured maps. Fixed on the the front New South Wales with its productions by Christopher Rolleston 1867. £45 pair with maps as most copies lose their maps inc delivery


Geological Survey of Western Australia., 1912 /Annual Progress Report with map £20 shows goldfields etc

. . . .check also the Pacific Rim and Asia pages as many areas overlap and I am human somethings migrate



Nouvelle Hollande Oui-Re-Kine

from Voyages de Découvertes aux Terres Australes by François Péron (c1775-1810) was the naturalist on board the voyage of Nicolas Baudin to Australia and the Pacific in 1800–04.Baudin died on the return voyage, in September 1803, and it fell to Péron to prepare the results of the voyage for publication.His atlas of historical views, titled Voyage of Discoveries in Terra Australis, is without doubt one of the finest publications ever issued on Australia. It includes the first printed map of the entire continent, predating Matthew Flinders’ map by several years, and the first European notation of Aboriginal music.The detailed illustrations were produced by Charles-Alexandre Lesueur and Nicolas-Martin Petit official artists on the voyage, and printed in Paris by Dirigé par J Hilbert : de l'Imprimerie de Langlois, in 1807.Image plate mark 24.6 x 32.2 cm.  £95 inc delivery full page/full borders first version with larger title cheaper slightly cropped one also listed
£95 inc delivery full page/full borders slightly later version hand TINTED






Menschen aus Van Diemens Land von der negernartigen Papuas Race
  Grou- Agara . / Bara-Ourou / Arra Maida / Paraberi /  Ouriaga
 Originally by Barthelemy Roger (1767-1841) after Nicolas-Martin Petit (1777-1804). From,  a German quarto ( folding) version of  Voyage de découvertes aux terres Australes by François Péron, c 1800 stipple engraving to rag paper so pre Schinz and the others can find no trace x 2 £35 inc




 Menschen aus Neu-Holland
 Y-Erran-Gou-La-Ga  / Gnoung-a- gnoung-a, mour-re-mour-ga  / Noru gal Derri / Cour-Rou- Bari-Gal / Oui - Re - Kine
 Originally by Barthelemy Roger (1767-1841) after Nicolas-Martin Petit (1777-1804). From,  a German quarto ( folding) version of  Voyage de découvertes aux terres Australes by François Péron, c 1800 stipple engraving to rag paper so pre Schinz and the others can find no trace x 2 £35




'Nouvelle-Hollande: Nlle. Galles du Sud, Ourou-Mare, Dit Bull-Dog par les Anglais, Jeune Querrer de la Tribu des Gwea-Gal.23 'Western Australia

from Voyages de Découvertes aux Terres Australes by François Péron (c1775-1810) was the naturalist on board the voyage of Nicolas Baudin to Australia and the Pacific in 1800–04.Baudin died on the return voyage, in September 1803, and it fell to Péron to prepare the results of the voyage for publication.His atlas of historical views, titled Voyage of Discoveries in Terra Australis, is without doubt one of the finest publications ever issued on Australia. It includes the first printed map of the entire continent, predating Matthew Flinders’ map by several years, and the first European notation of Aboriginal music.The detailed illustrations were produced by Charles-Alexandre Lesueur and Nicolas-Martin Petit official artists on the voyage, and printed in Paris by Dirigé par J Hilbert : de l'Imprimerie de Langlois, in 1807.Image plate mark 24.6 x 32.2 cm.  £95 inc delivery full page/full borders later version presume sold

 

Nouvelle-Hollande, Nouvelle Galles du Sud, armes, ustencils [i.e. utensils] et ornemens
from Voyages de Découvertes aux Terres Australes by François Péron (c1775-1810) was the naturalist on board the voyage of Nicolas Baudin to Australia and the Pacific in 1800–04.Baudin died on the return voyage, in September 1803, and it fell to Péron to prepare the results of the voyage for publication.His atlas of historical views, titled Voyage of Discoveries in Terra Australis, is without doubt one of the finest publications ever issued on Australia. It includes the first printed map of the entire continent, predating Matthew Flinders’ map by several years, and the first European notation of Aboriginal music.The detailed illustrations were produced by Charles-Alexandre Lesueur and Nicolas-Martin Petit official artists on the voyage, and printed in Paris by Dirigé par J Hilbert : de l'Imprimerie de Langlois, in 1807.Image plate mark 24.6 x 32.2 cm.  £75 inc delivery full page/full borders later version presume 1824
 





Terre de Deiemen / Arra Maida

from Voyages de Découvertes aux Terres Australes by François Péron (c1775-1810) was the naturalist on board the voyage of Nicolas Baudin to Australia and the Pacific in 1800–04.Baudin died on the return voyage, in September 1803, and it fell to Péron to prepare the results of the voyage for publication.His atlas of historical views, titled Voyage of Discoveries in Terra Australis, is without doubt one of the finest publications ever issued on Australia. It includes the first printed map of the entire continent, predating Matthew Flinders’ map by several years, and the first European notation of Aboriginal music.The detailed illustrations were produced by Charles-Alexandre Lesueur and Nicolas-Martin Petit official artists on the voyage, and printed in Paris by Dirigé par J Hilbert : de l'Imprimerie de Langlois, in 1807.Image plate mark 24.6 x 32.2 cm.  £85 inc delivery full page 
Terre de Diemen / Grou- Agara
from Voyages de Découvertes aux Terres Australes by François Péron (c1775-1810) was the naturalist on board the voyage of Nicolas Baudin to Australia and the Pacific in 1800–04.Baudin died on the return voyage, in September 1803, and it fell to Péron to prepare the results of the voyage for publication.His atlas of historical views, titled Voyage of Discoveries in Terra Australis, is without doubt one of the finest publications ever issued on Australia. It includes the first printed map of the entire continent, predating Matthew Flinders’ map by several years, and the first European notation of Aboriginal music.The detailed illustrations were produced by Charles-Alexandre Lesueur and Nicolas-Martin Petit official artists on the voyage, and printed in Paris by Dirigé par J Hilbert : de l'Imprimerie de Langlois, in 1807.Image plate mark 24.6 x 32.2 cm. 

Bewohner von Van Diemens Land

from Voyages de Découvertes aux Terres Australes by François Péron (c1775-1810) was the naturalist on board the voyage of Nicolas Baudin to Australia and the Pacific in 1800–04.Baudin died on the return voyage, in September 1803, and it fell to Péron to prepare the results of the voyage for publication.His atlas of historical views, titled Voyage of Discoveries in Terra Australis, is without doubt one of the finest publications ever issued on Australia. It includes the first printed map of the entire continent, predating Matthew Flinders’ map by several years, and the first European notation of Aboriginal music.The detailed illustrations were produced by Charles-Alexandre Lesueur and Nicolas-Martin Petit official artists on the voyage, and printed in Paris by Dirigé par J Hilbert : de l'Imprimerie de Langlois, in 1807.Image plate mark 24.6 x 32.2 cm.  £65 inc delivery from the German edition  also identical and possibly Bodmer from Indigenous Peoples, from H.R. Schinz's  Naturgeschichte und Abbildungen des Menschen .  Zurich: Honeggerschen Lithographischen Anstalt,  Date:1845. full page no defects




Bewohner von Van Diemens Land

from Voyages de Découvertes aux Terres Australes by François Péron (c1775-1810) was the naturalist on board the voyage of Nicolas Baudin to Australia and the Pacific in 1800–04.Baudin died on the return voyage, in September 1803, and it fell to Péron to prepare the results of the voyage for publication.His atlas of historical views, titled Voyage of Discoveries in Terra Australis, is without doubt one of the finest publications ever issued on Australia. It includes the first printed map of the entire continent, predating Matthew Flinders’ map by several years, and the first European notation of Aboriginal music.The detailed illustrations were produced by Charles-Alexandre Lesueur and Nicolas-Martin Petit official artists on the voyage, and printed in Paris by Dirigé par J Hilbert : de l'Imprimerie de Langlois, in 1807.Image plate mark 24.6 x 32.2 cm.  £65 inc delivery from the German edition Bodmer from Indigenous Peoples, from H.R. Schinz's  Naturgeschichte und Abbildungen des Menschen .  Zurich: Honeggerschen Lithographischen Anstalt,  Date:1845. full page /mark next to babies head also altered from the Peron version also identical and possibly





Mambeo Papua New Guinea

Lithograph by J. Honegger from “Naturgeschichte und Abblidung des Menschen..." by HeinrichRudolf Schinz. Zurich, 1845. (Native people of the world).
Page size: 26 x 36 cm £40


Nouvelle-Hollande: Nouvelle Galles Du Sud. Dessins executes par les Naturels. 1-9 33 . . Aboriginal  Cave art

from Voyages de Découvertes aux Terres Australes by François Péron (c1775-1810) was the naturalist on board the voyage of Nicolas Baudin to Australia and the Pacific in 1800–04.Baudin died on the return voyage, in September 1803, and it fell to Péron to prepare the results of the voyage for publication.His atlas of historical views, titled Voyage of Discoveries in Terra Australis, is without doubt one of the finest publications ever issued on Australia. It includes the first printed map of the entire continent, predating Matthew Flinders’ map by several years, and the first European notation of Aboriginal music.The detailed illustrations were produced by Charles-Alexandre Lesueur and Nicolas-Martin Petit official artists on the voyage, and printed in Paris by Dirigé par J Hilbert : de l'Imprimerie de Langlois, in 1807.Image plate mark 24.6 x 32.2 cm.  £65 inc delivery full page/full borders first version with larger title cheaper slightly cropped one also listedmissing
Verm : Gegenstande XCI. Melanges XCI
 
 Four  portraits one one sheet  copied after the Nicolas Petit plates in: Voyage de decouvertes aux terres australes / Francois Peron.  Copper engraving with hand colouring Published by the   Bureau of Industry,  Weimar, Germany  1792-1810 Size  Plate 180 x 227 mm from 'Bilderbuch für Kinder, enthaltend eine angenehme Sammlung von Thieren, Pflanzen, Blumen, Früchten, Mineralien, Trachten [Children's Picture Book Containing a  Collection of Animals, Plants, Flowers, Fruits, Minerals, Clothing] by Carl Bertuch £40 inc delivery. . .colour poor




Bewohner beiderley geschlechtes von Vandiemensland.
sold


A family of New South Wales/ A man of Duke of York's Island/ A man of Lord Howe's island
from BALDWYN (GEORGE AUGUSTUS): A New, Royal, Authentic, Complete, and Universal System of Geography; or, a Modern History and Description of the Whole World... Descriptions of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America... including... the Late Discoveries in the South Seas, and towards the North Pole... Comprising every Interesting Discovery and Circumstance in the Narratives of Captain Cook's Voyages round the World, engraved frontispiece, one of 87 engraved plates and maps folio, Alex Hogg, [c.1794]  £30 some age toning  minor edge tear . .  2 copies one stained and cheaper


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John Hawksworth/Captain James King

from "A Collection of Voyages Round the World" : Performed by Royal Authority. Containing a Complete Historical Account of Captain Cook's First, Second, Third and Last Voyages. London: Alexander Hogg, 1790. After J. Webber. From A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean… in the years 1776,1777, 1778, 1779 and 1780. London: Lord Commissioners of the Admiralty, 1784-1786.Later print of Cooke published by Hogg in 1790 ;  edge/corner loss so  £25 .. . .2 copies



Ceremonie de Gna Loung/ Ceremonies Preliminarie d'un Mariage
 Antique engraved print   published in Paris between 1822 to  1843 by Furne for  Dumont D'Urville (Rear Admiral Jules Sébastien César Dumont d'Urville (May 23, 1790, Condé-sur-Noireau, France – May 8, 1842, Meudon, France) was a French explorer and naval officer, who explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica.)  from  " Voyage Pittoresque  Autour du Monde"  Size 14x23cm plus wide margins. £18 each uncoloured full page   . ..x 8


 

Enterrement des Naturels de l'Australie / Naturel de'l Australie/ Femme de la Tasmanie ( AUSTRALIA ) 

 Antique engraved print   published in Paris between 1822 to  1843 by Furne for  Dumont D'Urville (Rear Admiral Jules Sébastien César Dumont d'Urville (May 23, 1790, Condé-sur-Noireau, France – May 8, 1842, Meudon, France) was a French explorer and naval officer, who explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica.)  from  " Voyage Pittoresque  Autour du Monde"  Size 14x23cm plus wide margins. £18 each uncoloured full page   . ..x11




Confluence du Murray et du Darling/Sepulture des Naturels de l'Australie

 Antique engraved print   published in Paris between 1822 to  1843 by Furne for  Dumont D'Urville (Rear Admiral Jules Sébastien César Dumont d'Urville (May 23, 1790, Condé-sur-Noireau, France – May 8, 1842, Meudon, France) was a French explorer and naval officer, who explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica.)  from  " Voyage Pittoresque  Autour du Monde"  Size 14x23cm plus wide margins. £18 each uncoloured full page   . .. x 13



Vue de L'Entrée de Port Jackson/Village a la Bai Jervis. . . Sydney

 Antique engraved print   published in Paris between 1822 to  1843 by Furne for  Dumont D'Urville (Rear Admiral Jules Sébastien César Dumont d'Urville (May 23, 1790, Condé-sur-Noireau, France – May 8, 1842, Meudon, France) was a French explorer and naval officer, who explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica.)  from  " Voyage Pittoresque  Autour du Monde"  Size 14x23cm plus wide margins. £18 each uncoloured full page   . .. 2 copies one with sea tinted



Naturels de la Tasmanie pechant des Coquillage/Dasyures devorant un Phoque ( TASMANIA - AUSTRALIA )

 Antique engraved print   published in Paris between 1822 to  1843 by Furne for  Dumont D'Urville (Rear Admiral Jules Sébastien César Dumont d'Urville (May 23, 1790, Condé-sur-Noireau, France – May 8, 1842, Meudon, France) was a French explorer and naval officer, who explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica.)  from  " Voyage Pittoresque  Autour du Monde"  Size 14x23cm plus wide margins. £18 each uncoloured full page   . ..  x 6



River des Francais /Chase de Kangaroo
 Antique engraved print   published in Paris between 1822 to  1843 by Furne for  Dumont D'Urville (Rear Admiral Jules Sébastien César Dumont d'Urville (May 23, 1790, Condé-sur-Noireau, France – May 8, 1842, Meudon, France) was a French explorer and naval officer, who explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica.)  from  " Voyage Pittoresque  Autour du Monde"  Size 14x23cm plus wide margins. £18 each uncoloured full page   . .. x 3



Menschen aus Van Diemens Land von der negerartigen Papuas Race. Portraits nach-Natur gezeichnet (People of Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) from the Papuan race. Portraits of Natives)
Australian Aborigines:  Grou Agara; Couriaga; Bara-Ourou; Paraberi; Arra-Maida (with child oon back in kangaroo papoose).
Original stipple engraving from a drawing by Nicolas Martin Petit (1777-1805) for the small German edition circa 1815, of the French Voyage of Discovery to the Southern Lands (1801-1804) by Nicolas Baudin (who met Flinders off the coast of South Australia). folds as issued. Unmounted £30 inc delivery



Menschen aus Neu-Holland von der Malayischen Race. Portraits nach-Naturgezeichnet
(People of New Holland (Australia) from the Malaysian race. Portraits of Natives)
Australian Aborigines:  Y-Erran-Gou-La-Ga; Gnoung-a-Gnoung-a, Mour-Re-Mour-Ga; Cour-rou-Bari-gal; Ou-Re-Kine; Noru Gal Derri zum Kampf gehend (going to fight).

Original stipple engraving from a drawing by Nicolas Martin Petit (1777-1805) for the small German edition circa 1815, of the French Voyage of Discovery to the Southern Lands (1801-1804) by Nicolas Baudin (who met Flinders off the coast of South Australia). folds as issued. Unmounted £30 inc delivery



Einwohner von Neu Seeland

Original stipple engraving from a drawing by Nicolas Martin Petit (1777-1805) for the small German edition circa 1815, of the French Voyage of Discovery to the Southern Lands (1801-1804) by Nicolas Baudin (who met Flinders off the coast of South Australia). folds as issued. Unmounted £30 inc delivery  mucky as in pic



Tatowirter Einwohner Der Insel Nukahiwa
Hand tinted (original colour)  copied after the Nicolas Petit plates in: Voyage de decouvertes aux terres australes / Francois Peron.  Copper engraving with hand colouring Published by the Bureau of Industry,  Weimar, Germany  1792-1810 Size  Plate 180 x 227 mm from 'Bilderbuch für Kinder, enthaltend eine angenehme Sammlung von Thieren, Pflanzen, Blumen, Früchten, Mineralien, Trachten [Children's Picture Book Containing a  Collection of Animals, Plants, Flowers, Fruits, Minerals, Clothing] by Carl Bertuch £45 inc delivery

 




Ceremonie d'un mariage
s. Original steel engraving  from Oceanie by G.L. Domeny de Rienzi. Printed lower left below ruled outline: Danvin del. ; lower right: Chaillot sc. 1838.Printed above image, centre: Tasmanie ou ile de Van Diemen ; upper right 280 . Victor Marie Felix Danvin, 1802-1842 a French  landscape painter, was born in Paris in 1802. He studied successively under Lethiere, Guerin, Vatelet, and Remond, and died in Paris in 1842. His wife, whose maiden name was CONSTANCE  AMELIE LAMBERT, was born at Lille in 1810, and also painted landscapes. Domeny de Rienzi described himself as a traveller in Oceania, the Orient and elsewhere, a member of several French and Italian academies, the Société de Géographie and the Société Asiatique of Paris and Bombay. sheet 13 x 21 cm. Some edge staining and toning early colour £30



or an untinted version @ £20






Naturels du Port du Roi Georges Ayant Recu des Cadeau
 . Original steel engraving  from Oceanie by G.L. Domeny de Rienzi. Printed lower left below ruled outline: Danvin del. ; lower right: Chaillot sc. 1838.Printed above image, centre: Tasmanie ou ile de Van Diemen ; upper right 280 . Victor Marie Felix Danvin, 1802-1842 a French  landscape painter, was born in Paris in 1802. He studied successively under Lethiere, Guerin, Vatelet, and Remond, and died in Paris in 1842. His wife, whose maiden name was CONSTANCE  AMELIE LAMBERT, was born at Lille in 1810, and also painted landscapes. Domeny de Rienzi described himself as a traveller in Oceania, the Orient and elsewhere, a member of several French and Italian academies, the Société de Géographie and the Société Asiatique of Paris and Bombay.sheet 13 x 21 cm. Some edge staining and toning early colour £30 also a toned copy at £20 untinted £20



Dance des Naturels 
 Original steel engraving  from Oceanie by G.L. Domeny de Rienzi. Printed lower left below ruled outline: Danvin del. ; lower right: Chaillot sc. 1838.Printed above image, centre: Tasmanie ou ile de Van Diemen ; upper right 280 . Victor Marie Felix Danvin, 1802-1842 a French  landscape painter, was born in Paris in 1802. He studied successively under Lethiere, Guerin, Vatelet, and Remond, and died in Paris in 1842. His wife, whose maiden name was CONSTANCE  AMELIE LAMBERT, was born at Lille in 1810, and also painted landscapes. Domeny de Rienzi described himself as a traveller in Oceania, the Orient and elsewhere, a member of several French and Italian academies, the Société de Géographie and the Société Asiatique of Paris and Bombay. sheet 13 x 21 cm. Some edge staining and toning £20




Ceremonie du Gna Loung
. Original steel engraving  from Oceanie by G.L. Domeny de Rienzi. Printed lower left below ruled outline: Danvin del. ; lower right: Chaillot sc. 1838.Printed above image, centre: Tasmanie ou ile de Van Diemen ; upper right 280 . Victor Marie Felix Danvin, 1802-1842 a French  landscape painter, was born in Paris in 1802. He studied successively under Lethiere, Guerin, Vatelet, and Remond, and died in Paris in 1842. His wife, whose maiden name was CONSTANCE  AMELIE LAMBERT, was born at Lille in 1810, and also painted landscapes. Domeny de Rienzi described himself as a traveller in Oceania, the Orient and elsewhere, a member of several French and Italian academies, the Société de Géographie and the Société Asiatique of Paris and Bombay. sheet 13 x 21 cm. Some edge staining and toning £20 but mega rare






Enterrment
. Original steel engraving  from Oceanie by G.L. Domeny de Rienzi. Printed lower left below ruled outline: Danvin del. ; lower right: Chaillot sc. 1838.Printed above image, centre: Tasmanie ou ile de Van Diemen ; upper right 280 . Victor Marie Felix Danvin, 1802-1842 a French  landscape painter, was born in Paris in 1802. He studied successively under Lethiere, Guerin, Vatelet, and Remond, and died in Paris in 1842. His wife, whose maiden name was CONSTANCE  AMELIE LAMBERT, was born at Lille in 1810, and also painted landscapes. Domeny de Rienzi described himself as a traveller in Oceania, the Orient and elsewhere, a member of several French and Italian academies, the Société de Géographie and the Société Asiatique of Paris and Bombay. sheet 13 x 21 cm. Some edge staining and toning £20 but mega rare




Emus ou Caroars sans Casques Famille de Sauvages
. Original steel engraving  from Oceanie by G.L. Domeny de Rienzi. Printed lower left below ruled outline: Danvin del. ; lower right: Chaillot sc. 1838.Printed above image, centre: Tasmanie ou ile de Van Diemen ; upper right 280 . Victor Marie Felix Danvin, 1802-1842 a French  landscape painter, was born in Paris in 1802. He studied successively under Lethiere, Guerin, Vatelet, and Remond, and died in Paris in 1842. His wife, whose maiden name was CONSTANCE  AMELIE LAMBERT, was born at Lille in 1810, and also painted landscapes. Domeny de Rienzi described himself as a traveller in Oceania, the Orient and elsewhere, a member of several French and Italian academies, the Société de Géographie and the Société Asiatique of Paris and Bombay. sheet 13 x 21 cm. Some edge staining and toning £20 but mega rare






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