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  • Palmyra

    Palmyra

    Stock No. 5077PS

    A General Prospect of Palmira from the North West.  Copper engraving by Hulett for Barrow’s New Geographical Dictionary, 1759-60.  Image 157 x 247 mm., sheet about 205 x 325 mm.  Later hand-colouring

    £75.00
  • Palmyra

    Palmyra

    Stock No. 5078PS

    A West View of the Ruins of the Great Temple in Palmira.  Copper engraving for Barrow’s New Geographical Dictionary, 1759/60.  Image 162 x 260 mm., sheet about 200 x 325 mm.  Later hand-colouring.

    £75.00
  • Palmyra

    Palmyra

    Stock No. 5079PS

    The East Entrance into the Temple of the Sun, in Palmira.  Copper engraving by B. Cole for Barrow’s New Geographical Dictionary, 1759/60.  Image 168 x 254 mm., sheet about 205 x 325 mm.  Later hand-colouring.

    £75.00
  • Sanson, Nicolas & Guillaume: Description de l’Empire du Sophi des Perses

    Sanson, Nicolas & Guillaume: Description de l’Empire du Sophi des Perses

    Stock No. 3512MS

    Paris, c. 1658-1697.  Copper-engraved map of Persia with hand-colouring, 390 x 520 mm., sheet 440 x 590 mm., central vertical fold as issued, “99” in ms. verso.  Very good condition.

    £350.00
  • Thomson, John: Persia

    Thomson, John: Persia

    Stock No. 3515MS

    Edinburgh, 1814-1817.  Copper-engraved map with hand-colouring from the first edition of Thomson’s New General Atlas, 450 x 500 mm., sheet 522 x 595 mm., central vertical fold as issued, “No. 44” on verso.  Split at top of central fold with inconspicuous repaired closed tear extending into border; otherwise very good.

    £130.00
  • Vaugondy, Robert de: Etats du Grand Seigneur

    Vaugondy, Robert de: Etats du Grand Seigneur

    Stock No. 3514MS

    Paris, 1753.  Copper-engraved map with hand-colouring of Persia, Arabia, and surrounding countries by Gilles (1688-1766) and Didier (1723-1786) Robert de Vaugondy.  Map 475 x 545 mm, sheet 526 x 620 mm., central vertical fold as issued.  Number “38” in ms. verso.  Two or three spots of foxing lower right, otherwise very good.

    £200.00
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