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THE ORIENTAL ALBUM. TWENTY ILLUSTRATIONS IN OIL COLORS OF THE PEOPLE AND SCENERY OF TURKEY....
Van Lennep, Henry J.:
New York. 1862. Engraved title, printed title, 48pp. Twenty chromolithographs. Folio. Original brown.. more
[THE GREAT OR AMERICAN VOYAGES IN LATIN, PARTS I-XII].
De Bry, Theodor; Johann Theodor De Bry; and Johann Israel De Bry:
Frankfurt or Oppenheim: Theodor De Bry and his heirs (see below), 1590-1624. Twelve parts bound in twelve volumes (see below for collations)... more
[COLLECTION OF FIVE IMPORTANT DUTCH VOYAGES TO THE FAR EAST].
Marees, Pieter de; [Willem Lodewijcksz]; Jacob Cornelissoon van Neck; Gerrit de Veer; Olivier van Noort:
[Amsterdam. 1605-1610]. Five volumes bound in one. Described in greater detail below... more
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