Welcome to our New Acquisitions list for August 2017.
The many highlights include an archive of ephemeral publications relating to the first phase of the Futurist movement, 1910-13; a manuscript journal kept by an English immigrant in Port Phillip and Sydney, 1848-51; a French pocket globe by Lebeque (1870); a convict broadside ballad, Van Diemen’s Land (c.1830); a John Skinner Prout watercolour depicting a view in the Blue Mountains (1847); a copy of Eagle Gulch, a rare fictional work set on the Darling Downs goldfields (1883); and a leaf from William Caxton’s Polychronicon (1482). You will also find a number of important books, manuscripts and photographs still available from our recent catalogue for the Melbourne Rare Book Fair, including Robert FitzRoy’s own copy of the Narrative of the Beagle expedition.
Douglas Stewart Fine Books
MARINETTI, Filippo Tommaso, 1876-1944; RUSSOLO, Luigi, 1885-1947; BOCCIONI, Umberto, 1882-1916, et al.
A collection of key manifestos and other ephemeral publications from Futurism’s most vital period, 1910-1913. The Italian poet Marinetti published his Manifesto del Futurismo in 1909. Above all, his philosophy called for a rejection of the past and a celebration of change; Futurism was the promoter of urban modernity and the power of the machine, as …
[Paris : J. Lebeque et cie., circa 1870]. Terrestrial pocket globe, 2 inches in diameter, engraved gores over plaster and wooden sphere, metal pins with minor restoration, in a turned French walnut stand, probably original, with fine patina. The engraver is credited as J. C. B. A fine example of a rare pocket globe. The …
[MANUSCRIPT] “Barque Gipsy Queen” Journal of a Passage from Liverpool to Port Philip [sic] & Sidney [sic], New South Wales in the years 1848 & 9. By William Dickinson, Cabin Passenger. David Roy, Commanding.
An important, unpublished eyewitness account of life in Port Phillip and Sydney just prior to the gold rushes of the 1850s. [1848-1851]. Oblong octavo, contemporary full sheepskin, manuscript ownership inscription to upper board ‘W. Dickinson, 1851′ (the inscription is inverted; boards rubbed and ink-stained); marbled endpapers, marbled edges; manuscript in brown ink on unruled paper, …
LINGWOOD SMITH, William Thomas, 1860-1933
An important archive of photographs of Aboriginal subjects by police photographer W.T. Lingwood Smith, South Australia and Central Australia, circa 1900.
William Thomas Lingwood Smith was a Detective Photographer in the South Australian Police Force from 1888 until his retirement in 1922. As early as 1894 he also pioneered fingerprinting in Australia, becoming an expert in the Criminal Investigation Branch of the South Australian Police Department. The quality of his little-known, non-commercial photographic portraits of indigenous people …
[Possibly Frederick FRITH, 1819-1871]
Ivorytype portrait of Laura Lilias Scratchley, wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Peter Scratchley, Melbourne, January 1863.
This masterful portrait of the beautiful Laura Lilias Scratchley, sister of Thomas Alexander Browne (the author ‘Rolf Boldrewood’), was created when she was 19 years and 4 months old, soon after her marriage to Lieutenant-Colonel Scratchley of the Royal Engineers (later Sir Peter Scratchley, colonial administrator). It is an extremely rare Australian example – the earliest known – of a …
WASHBOURNE, Thomas J.
[Title from caption on label]. [Victoria, Australia] : Thomas J. Washbourne, [circa 1870]. Albumen print photograph, 98 x 156 mm, laid down on its original card mount, verso with printed paper label ‘VICTORIAN VIEWS Photographed by T.J. Washbourne. Melbourne Depot : 89 Swanston Street’, bearing contemporary manuscript title of the work ‘The Windfall’; a second, …
DIGGLES, Silvester, 1817-1880
The ornithology of Australia : being illustrations of 244 Australian birds, with descriptive letter-press.
A rarely offered complete set of one of the most important Australian ornithological publications of the nineteenth century. [Brisbane : Printed for the author by T.P. Pugh, 1866-1870]. Folio, nineteenth century gilt-lettered cloth (joints a little worn), bookplate to the front pastedown of English ornithologist George Dawson Rowley, manuscript list of plates tipped-in, manuscript title leaf supplied …
[MANUSCRIPT] A List of 18 Male Convicts (Boys) discharged from the Bellerophon Hulk at Sheerness for New South Wales by the Ship Lady East this 21st October 1824.
[Drop title]. Folio,  pp, manuscript in ink on laid paper watermarked Charles Wise 1822 with Britannia surmounted by crown; signed at the foot of the third page by the Bellerophon‘s Commander, Samuel Owen; the list of prisoner profiles, set out in tabular form, contains Commander Owen’s remarks on the conduct and demeanour of each of …
OLDAY, John (1905-1977)
Outsider John Olday exhibits 40 paintings, 70 drawings at the Royal Admiral Hotel [Adelaide], 10th March – 21st March, 1964.
[Adelaide? Sydney? : The artist, 1964]. A series of  photographic postcards, in uniform 140 x 87 mm format, printed on high quality Agfa-Gevaert matte stock, with reproductions of Olday’s works, all captioned and initialled by the artist in pen; the postcards are loose but accompanied by what are presumably their original grey paper “wrappers”, each 140 …
SPOWERS, Ethel (1890-1947).
Melbourne : Digest Juvenile Productions, n.d. [c. 1948]. Oblong quarto, illustrated papered boards (slightly silverfished), illustrated in colour and black and white, some pale toning and handling marks. A rare children’s book written and illustrated by the noted artist Ethel Spowers, who studied under Claude Flight at the Grosvenor School, and is known for her …
RIEMER, Gustav Adolph, 1842-1899
Tagebuchs-Auszug betreffend die Reise S.M.S. “Hertha” nach Ost-Asien und den Sudsee-Inseln, 1874-1877.
A great photographic rarity, Gustav Riemer’s self-published album of original photographs from the voyage of the SMS Hertha to the Far East, the Pacific and Australia includes many important ethnographic images, among them a series of portraits of Aboriginal groups taken at King George Sound, Western Australia in 1877. Teplitz : G. Riemer, 1878. Folio, original embossed …
FITZROY, Robert, 1805-1865; DARWIN, Charles, 1809-1882; KING, Philip Parker, 1793-1856
[FITZROY’S COPY] Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty’s ships Adventure and Beagle, between the years 1826 and 1836, describing their examination of the southern shores of South America, and the Beagle’s circumnavigation of the globe.
Commander of the Beagle Captain Robert FitzRoy’s own copy of the first edition of Darwin’s first published book, one of the cornerstones of modern biological science, as well as one of the great travel narratives of the modern age. A complete set bound, as was the fashion, into library calf bindings, with an outstanding provenance directly …
SHERIDAN, John, Rev.
Dublin : Whelan & Son, n.d. [probably between 1915 and 1920]. Folio, lithograph printed, illustrated front, 4 pp (including 3 pages of music notation); in good condition. An extremely rare sheet music publication with an Australian connection to the Irish republican cause. The only other copy we can locate is held in the National Library …
[SHEET MUSIC] The Duke of Cambridge’s galop. As performed at the Promenade Concerts, Sydney, by Winterbottom’s Band, with cornet a piston obligato.
Sydney : Published by H. Marsh and Co., at the Sydney Pianoforte and Music Ware Rooms, . Folio, lithographed title page printed in red [verso blank], inscribed in a contemporary hand ‘Miss Woolley, from her sincere fr[iend] Edith Sheppa[rd]’ (slightly trimmed); paper spine; 5 pp music notation, rear cover with advertisement for H. Marsh & Co.; …
BOEMUS, Johannes, 1485-1534
Omnium gentium mores leges et ritus ex multis clarissimis rerum scriptoribus … collectos: & in libros tris distinctos Aphricam, Asiam, Europam, optime lector lege
Augsburg : Augustae Vindelicorum excusa in officina Sigismundi Grimm medici, ac Marci Wirsung, 1520. [Imprint from colophon]. First edition. Folio, later vellum, three raised bands to spine; added title page: Repertorium librorum trium Ioannis Boemi de omnium gentium ritibus. Item index rerum scitu digniorum in eosdem, set within a decorative woodcut border, an old paper repair to centre; …
GRASSET DE SAINT-SAUVEUR, Jacques, 1757-1810
Encyclopédie des voyages, contenant l’abrégé historique des moeurs, usages, habitudes domestiques, religions, habitudes domestiques, religions, fêtes, supplices, funérailles, sciences, arts, et commerce de tous les peuples : er la collection complette de leurs habillemens civils, militaires, religieux et dignitaires, dessinés d’après nature, gravés avec soin et coloriés à l’aquarelle.
Rare set of Grasset de Saint-Sauveur’s ethnographic encyclopaedia, containing additional plates and in a fine binding. [Paris] : Deroy, 1796. First edition. Quarto, five volumes bound in four, early nineteenth century full vellum with central arabesque lozenges tooled in blind, manuscript titles to spines, green silk ribbons, four engraved frontispieces and 434 plates, all with fine original …
[MANUSCRIPT] Campagne de la Corvette à Voiles l’Alcméne. Commandée par Mr. Coudein, Capitaine de Frégate, à destination des Mers du Sud et Océanie.
An important, unpublished first-hand account of the voyage of the French naval corvette Alcméne in the South Seas, 1848-1852, including extended descriptions of the loss of crew members to cannibalism in New Caledonia in 1850, and of the vessel’s infamous shipwreck at Kaipara on the west coast of New Zealand in 1851, whilst en route from Hobart Town to Tahiti. …
Abrege de geometrie pratique … Paris, 1837. Octavo, pp. 180, engraved plates. A common French mathematical textbook bound in vellum, being a fragment of liturgical manuscript, probably fifteenth century, with rubrication in red and blue. The practice of reusing older manuscripts for binder’s vellum was common in the Renaissance, however this is a relatively late …
Photographic portrait of Jane Selina Nathan, daughter of composer and music publisher Isaac Nathan and wife of Lord Howe Island pioneer settler Dr. John Foulis. Sydney, circa 1868.
Albumen print photograph with hand coloring, carte de visite format, 103 x 65 mm (mount), 53 x 41 mm (oval image); verso with imprint of ‘Montagu Scott, Artist, 392 George St. Sydney, Photographer by Appointment to His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh’, and pencilled inscription in a contemporary hand ‘Jane Selina Nathan, Mrs. Foulis’; …
[SCOTT, Robert Falcon, 1868-1912]
An album of photographs documenting Robert Falcon Scott’s Terra Nova expedition, 1910-1913; [together with] A manuscript plan of the Discovery, and two letters of Scott relating to the British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04.
1. A rare photographic chronicle of the most celebrated expedition in the history of polar exploration, Robert Falcon Scott’s ill-fated Terra Nova Expedition, officially known as the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910-1913. Album of press photographs by various English and New Zealand agencies, 1910-1913. Small folio (310 x 220 mm), original green cloth boards (rubbed and …
[MARITIME; MEDICINE] Etat des médicaments fournis au coffre de chirurgie du navire Le Prothée, armé par monsieur Herman, négociant.
The inventory of an eighteenth century French naval vessel’s dispensary, listing 90 different medicines and the quantity of each. The document is almost exactly contemporary with the departure of La Pérouse’s ships La Boussole and L’Astrolabe from Brest on 1 August 1785. [Drop title]. Bordeaux, 20 April 1785. Folio,  pp, manuscript in ink on laid paper watermarked DCIE, being an …
SHACKLETON, Ernest Henry, Sir, 1874-1922
The heart of the Antarctic : being the story of the British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909 [de luxe edition]; [and] The Antarctic Book. Winter Quarters 1907-1909.
The lavishly produced de luxe edition of The heart of the Antarctic is one of the finest publications of the golden age of polar exploration. London : William Heinemann, 1909. De luxe large paper edition, limited to 300 numbered copies; the third volume, The Antarctic Book, was only published as part of this limited edition, and is signed on one …
PÉRON, François, 1775-1810; FREYCINET, Louis Claude Desaulses de, 1779-1842; LESUEUR, Charles Alexandre, 1778-1846; PETIT, Nicolas-Martin, 1777-1804
Voyage de découvertes aux terres Australes. Exécuté par ordre de sa Majesté l’Empereur et Roi, sur les corvettes le Géographe, le Naturaliste, et la goélette le Casuarina, pendant les années 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803 et 1804.
Rare complete set, in contemporary bindings, of the official account of the Baudin voyage. One of the most important and famous descriptions of Australia ever published, it also contains the first published complete and fully detailed map of Australia, Freycinet’s Carte générale de la Nouvelle Hollande, along with many significant charts of the southern Australian coastline (“Terre Napoléon”), superb …
[CROZET, Julien Marie, 1728-1780; SURVILLE, Jean-François-Marie de, 1717-1770] ROCHON, Alexis Marie, editor.
Nouveau voyage a la Mer du Sud : commencé sous les ordres de M. Marion … On a joint à cet voyage un Extrait de celui de M. de Surville dans les mêmes Parages.
The first French voyages to Australia and New Zealand. Paris : Barrois l’aîné, 1783. Octavo, quarter calf with gilt ornament and contrasting morocco title label over papered boards, expertly rebacked; pp viii, 291, with 7 engraved plates, including folding map; the plates with occasional pale foxing; a very good copy, finely bound. Marc-Joseph Marion du …
LUSHINGTON, Reginald Francis, 1890-1961
Lushington was one of only four Australians captured by the Turks at Gallipoli on April 25 1915. This unique extra-illustrated copy of his memoir bears the ownership inscriptions of his mother, to whom the book is dedicated. Bedford : F.R. Hockliffe ; London : Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Ltd., 1923. Octavo, original cloth backed papered …
MAN RAY; MIRO; ALECHINSKY; ERNST; ARMAN et al.
A stunning tribute to the great Dadaist, Duchamp, by his leading artistic contemporaries and close friends. Paris : Éditions Georges Visat, 1971. Folio, folding blue cloth portfolio with silver embroidered lettering ‘MD’ in matching slipcase, housing a blind-lettered card folio, housing fourteen folded paper sections, the first being the title sheet and colophon, the other …
SFORZA, Gian Galeazzo Maria, 1469-1494; [Isabella of Aragon, 1470-1524]
A signed love letter of the young Duke of Milan, Gian Galeazzo Maria Sforza (1469-1494) to his future bride, Isabella of Aragon (1470-1524). Sforza was later a confidant of Leonardo da Vinci; Isabella is considered by art historian Maike Vogt-Luerssen to have been the model for Leonardo’s Mona Lisa. Bifolium, 300 x 210 mm, the manuscript in a …
VANCOUVER, George, 1757-1798; SPARRMAN, Anders, 1748-1820
En upptäckts-resa till Norra Stilla Hafvet, och kring jordklotet : att på Kongl. Engelsk befallning och omkostnad i synnerhet forska efter något segelbart sammanhang imellan Norra Stilla och Norra Atlantiske Hafven förrättad åhren 1790, 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1795, under commando af Capitain George Vancouver. Ifrån engelskan i sammandrag utgifven af Anders Sparrman.
Scarce Swedish edition of Vancouver’s voyage account, being Anders Sparrman’s abridgement of Voyage of discovery to the North Pacific Ocean and round the world (1798). Stockholm : Anders Zetterberg, 1800. Two parts in one volume, small octavo, contemporary half calf over speckled papered boards, spine ruled in gilt with title labels (one partially erased); speckled edges; pp [vi], …
Shackleton, Ernest Henry, Sir, 1874-1922
London : William Heinemann, 1909. Two volumes, quarto, gilt-lettered full vellum replicating the design of the trade edition (as distinct from the three volume deluxe edition), top edges gilt, others uncut, illustrated with both monochrome and colour plates; maps and folding panorama in rear pocket of second volume; two tipped-in sheets containing the signatures of …
WOOL, Christopher, b. 1955
The only book created by American Post-conceptual artist Christopher Wool from his most important series of letter paintings. New York : Thea Westreich and Cologne : Gisella Capitain, 1989. Elephant folio (585 mm tall), black papered boards, title page, 17 screenprints, colophon. Limited to 350 copies signed and numbered by the artist (a further 8 artist’s …
PROUT, John Skinner (1805 - 1876)
Watercolour on paper, laid on old card, 155 x 230 mm, very small areas of loss (3 x 8 mm; 2 x 15mm) to left and right edges from removal of old mount, signed J. Skinner Prout lower left and dated 1847. John Skinner Prout was born in Plymouth in 1805 and emigrated to New …
London : James Blackwood & Co., 1883. First and only edition. Octavo, original printed wrappers with vignette illustration, inscribed ‘With the Publisher’s Compliments’ (darkened, stained and chipped; upper wrapper detached; paper loss to spine); pp 57; damp stain to fore-edge of approximately the first half of the volume. An extremely rare fictional work set on …
[BROADSIDE] Van Diemans Land [i.e. Van Diemen’s Land] / Lillies in a Valley Grew / Lillies and Roses
Birmingham : Jackson & Son, Printers, 69, Digbeth (From 21, Moor Street.), [circa 1830]. Broadside, 230 x 155 mm, laid down on fine linen; three ballads printed in two columns, with Van Diemans Land occupying the entire left column; some mild creasing, mostly confined to the right edge, and a few tiny areas of loss; …
HUGHES, William Morris "Billy" (1862-1952)
[Melbourne], 8 May 1917. Autograph letter on Prime Ministerial paper, 3 pp, octavo, from William Morris Hughes to Mr. W.J.T. Richards, dated three days after Hughes’ sweeping electoral victory of 1917, thanking Richards for withdrawing from preselection in favour of Hughes; signed at the foot by Hughes; original folds (one with tape repair); complete and …
[Lusitania : at sea, Australia bound], October 20 1880. Folio,  pp bifolium of bluish laid paper with watermark of W. Howard Kent and Britannia surmounted by crown, lightly ruled in blue; drop-head title; the first 3 pages with mimeographed printing in purple ink of a manuscript text; pages 1 and 2 in two columns, page 3 with …
Shackleton, Ernest Henry, Sir, 1874-1922
London : William Heinemann, 1909. Two volumes, quarto, gilt- and silver-letttered blue cloth (spines sunned), silver blocked pictorial inlay (flecked as usual), top edges gilt, others uncut; illustrated with both monochrome and colour plates; maps in rear pocket of second volume; complete as called for; light occasional foxing, a very good set. The British Antarctic …
[CAXTON, William] HIGDEN, Ranulph
Westminster : William Caxton, 1482. Single leaf, 274 x 206 mm, rubricated in red with marginalia, further marginalia in black ink, light soiling, else fine. Framed. A specimen leaf from England’s first printer, William Caxton. Born in Kent some time between 1415 and 1424, Caxton moved to London in the mid-1430s and was apprenticed to …
TRICKETT, O. (cartographer); NEW SOUTH WALES. IMMIGRATION AND TOURIST BUREAU.
Sydney : Immigration and Tourist Bureau, 1909. Single sheet, 470 x 710 mm, folding to 240 x 120 mm; recto with 10 panels of printed text; verso with chromolithographed map by O. Trickett, The Blue Mountains from Lawson to Lithgow : their geological and topographical features, including inset map of the Jenolan Caves area and cartouche …
A lithographic stone featuring the logo of fashion house and perfumer Antonio Puig, Spain circa 1920
Lithographic stone, 225 x 150 x 32 mm, polished smooth on one surface, with logo design of Antonio Puig, Spanish fashion house and perfumery. The planographic form of printmaking known as lithography was perfected by Senefelder in the late eighteenth century. It was hugely popular as a form of image making by artists, illustrators and …
CROFT, Thomas; TERRY, F.C. [Frederic Casemero] (artist), 1825-1869; SANDS & KENNY
Sydney & Melbourne: Sands & Kenny, [c.1867]. Illustrated letter paper, sheet 252 x 200 mm (lacking the blank third and fourth sides), steel engraving in black ink 118 x 168 mm (irregular), signed in image ‘Terry, del., 1853’; the letter paper is written on both remaining sides and bears a letter from the Tahiti-based merchant Thomas …
SOUBIE, Roger (1898-1984)
[Paris] : Cinemato, 1962. Original full size (160 x 120 cm) lithographic poster; laid on card and framed. Original poster by Roger Soubie for the French release of Stanley Kubrick’s acclaimed adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov’s novel Lolita. The film starred James Mason, Sue Lyon, Shelley Winters, and Peter Sellers. Soubie was a prolific cinema poster artist whose …
WILLIAMSON, James Cassius; MUSGROVE, George [THEATRE ROYAL, ADELAIDE]
Theatre Royal, Adelaide. Programme for Williamson & Musgrove’s Royal Comic Opera Company, produced for Adelaide’s fourteenth Annual Opera Season, June-July 1895.
Adelaide : Scrymgour & Sons [for J.C. Williamson & G. Musgrove], 1895. Single sheet, 265 x 415 mm, folding to form  pages, quarto; lithograph printed in red and blue on green paper, vignette illustrations to front and rear; old fold lines, a small amount of silverfishing confined to one section (no loss of text), …
[Sydney : Koala Park, 1936]. Oblong quarto, pictorial thick paper wrappers,  pp, chiefly photographic illustrations, with some accompanying text; an exceptionally fine copy. In the 1930s the Koala Park in Pennant Hills, Sydney, seems to have provided a happy environment for its native animals. However, an article in the Daily Mail Australia published on …
Ship board diary kept by a first-class (saloon) passenger on the clipper Sobraon, during its annual voyage from London to Sydney in 1886. Late nineteenth century notebook. Octavo, cloth backed card covers (lower cover lacking), front inscribed by the owner in pencil ‘Our Voyage to Melbourne, Sep 26 to Dec 29 1886’; with approximately  …
Bruxelles : Le Petit-château, 1948. Quarto, illustrated card portfolio (lightly toned), title sheet, 16 cards illustrated with original screenprints, each accompanied by 2 pages of text, colophon sheet. Limited to 50 numbered copies, of which this is number 6; a very good example. This witty and ingenious publication was printed under the direction of Guillaume …
DELAUNAY, Sonia (1885-1979)
Pen on paper, 90 x 75 mm, sheet 240 x 175 mm, initialled by the artist lower right and inscribed by her above the work ‘A Monsieur et Madame Jacob Baal Teshuva. Sonia Delaunay, Paris 20-12-69’; laid down on archival board. Delaunay’s sketched design, in the form of a monogram representing her initials ‘S D’, …
LINDSAY, Lionel (1874-1961)
Lionel Lindsay’s handwritten draft for an article on French artist Henri Fantin-Latour, published in Art in Australia, Series 3, No. 8, 1924. Manuscript in pen on rectos of  sheets, large octavo (170 x 200 mm), signed at the foot of the text ‘Lionel Lindsay’; old fold lines, clean and complete.
HACKETT, Lady (editor)
Perth : E. S. Wigg & Son, 1916. Thick octavo, lettered purple cloth (a few marks), portrait frontispiece, pp. xxiv; 1136, illustrations, advertisements, mild water stain to margins of final few leaves, else very good. An encyclopaedic compendium of all matters domestic. Although most of the book is devoted to the kitchen, culinary hints and …
BRENCHLEY, Julius Lucius, 1816-1873
Naturalist Julius Brenchley’s account of one of the most significant scientific expeditions to the Western Pacific of the nineteenth century. London : Longmans, Green, and Co., 1873. Octavo, gilt-illustrated green cloth (rebacked, a little edge worn), endpapers replaced, folding chromolithograph frontispiece; pp xxviii, 487; colour map; 8 full page wood engravings; 36 text vignettes; chromolithographs; 50 …
DAMPIER, William (1652-1715)
[DAMPIER]. Nouveau voyage autour du monde ; ou l’on decrit en particulier l’isthme de l’Amerique … plusieurs cotes & isles des Indes Occidentales, les isles du Cap Verd, le passage par la Terre del Fuego, les Cotes Meridionales du Chili, du Perou, & du Mexique, l’Isle de Guam, Mindanao, & des autres Philippines, les Isles Orientales qui sont pres de Cambodie, de la Chine, Formosa, Lucon, Celebes, &c. la Nouvelle Hollande, les Isles de Sumatra, de Nicobar, de Saint Helene, & le Cap de Bonne-Esperance. Ou l’on traite des differens terroirs de tous ces pays, de leurs ports, des plantes, des fruits, & des animaux qu’on y trouve : de leurs habitans, de leurs coutumes, de leur religion, de leur gouvernement, de leur negoce, &c.
Rouen : Jean-Baptiste Machuel le Jeune, 1715. Five volumes, duodecimo, bound in contemporary calf, spines in compartments with gilt ornament and contrasting morocco title labels lettered in gilt, marbled endpapers, title pages in red and black, a total of 64 engraved maps, charts and views (including three frontispiece engravings), many of them folding, engraved initials, …