Gobien, Charles le (compiler), 1653-1708; Querbeuf, Y.M.M.T. de (editor)
$12,000 USD Compagnie de Jésus. Paris, Chez J.G. Merigot, 1780-1783. Twenty-six volumes, small octavo; full contemporary speckled calf, spines in compartments with gilt tooling and contrasting morocco labels; edges stained red; marbled endpapers; armorial bookplates to pastedowns; 56 plates including maps, hors texte, many folding; a fine set in period binding. Volumes 1-5 : Mémoires …
LAWRENCE, T. E.
London : Jonathan Cape, 1935. First trade edition. Quarto, gilt-illustrated cloth (flecked, spine a little sunned), printed dustjacket (price clipped, a few short tears with paper reinforcements verso), pp. 672; numerous plates and folding maps, a very good copy.
RZEWUSKI, Wenceslas (editor)
[=Fundgruben des Orients]. A Vienne : Chez Antoine Schmid, 1809. Folio, original printed wrappers backed with contemporary marbled paper; pp , the second page printed entirely in Arabic script; single horizontal fold at centre, in very good condition. Rare prospectus in French for an early and important Orientalist periodical, Fundgruben des Orients, which was published …
GOESIN, Petrus de
van Landen en Gewesten met Wateren en Zee-en sig bevinden, en door Bergen, Rivieren en Stroomen onderscheiden zyn; als mede den principaelsten Koophandel die in elke Landen verrigt worden. Tot Gend [Ghent] : Petrus de Goesin, . Duodecimo, contemporary calf (heavily rubbed and scuffed), spine with raised bands, compartments with stamped floral design in gilt …
NIEBUHR, Carsten (1733-1815)
Kopenhagen : Nicolaus Möller, 1774-1778. First German edition. Two volumes, quarto, in contemporary matching full vellum bindings, spines with titles and ownership initials in blind (first volume with short tear to vellum at head of spine), all edges stained red, front paste-down of first volume with original bookseller's label imprinted Aus dem Antiquarischen Magazin des Universitäts …
Being a journal narrative of a voyage to New South Wales in an emigrant ship : with a residence of some months in Sydney and the bush, and the route home by way of India and Egypt, in the years 1841 and 1842. London : John Murray, 1843. Octavo, publisher's purple cloth (spine faded), bookplate …
QUIBELL, Mrs A. A. (1862 - 1927)
With reference to the collections in Cairo Museum. Cairo : C. M. S. Bookshop (printed at Nile Mission Press), . Octavo, quarter cloth over decorated papered boards, dustjacket, plan of the Cairo Museum pasted on to front pastedown, pp. 176, diagrams. Annie Abernethie Quibell (nee Pirie) was married to James Edward Quibell, Keeper of the …
Illustrated with many original photographs taken by Harry A. Chase, F. R. G. S. and the author. New York and London : The Century Co., 1925. Octavo, illustrated papered boards in illustrated dustjacket (small chips to head of spine, else fine), pp. 255, contemporary inscription to front blank. Travel in Afghanistan.
MORGAN, E. Delmar; ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. GREAT BRITAIN.
At the head of title: Royal Geographical Society. London : John Murray, 1886. From supplementary papers of the Royal Geographical Society, vol. 1 part 2. Octavo, original front wrapper (lower wrapper replaced), pp -263, folding colour map; apart from the lower wrapper, a fine copy.
BROADFOOT, James Sutherland, Lieut.; BROADFOOT, William, Major (editor); ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. GREAT BRITAIN.
[AFGHANISTAN] Reports on parts of the Ghilzi country, and on some of the tribes in the neighbourhood of Ghazni;
and on the route from Ghazni to Dera Ismail Khan by the Ghwalari Pass. At the head of title: Royal Geographical Society. London : John Murray, 1886. From supplementary papers of the Royal Geographical Society. Octavo, original wrappers, pp -400, folding colour map; a fine copy. Reports on Broadfoot's journeys among the Pashtun in southeastern …
PREECE, J.R.; ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. GREAT BRITAIN.
At the head of title: Royal Geographical Society. London : John Murray, 1886. “Read at the Evening Meeting, January 5th, 1885”. From supplementary papers of the Royal Geographical Society, vol. I, part III, 1885. Octavo, original wrappers, pp 403-437, folding colour map; a fine copy.
Cover: “Passed by censor”. Lewisham, N.S.W. : Seventh-Day Adventist “Reform Movement” of Australia, [c.1940]. Second edition. Octavo, publisher's stiff pictorial wrappers (sunned), 24 pp, a good copy. A Seventh-Day Adventist anti-Islamic and anti-Semitic tract, based on prophecies from the Old Testament. A single copy is recorded in Australian collections (State Library of New South Wales).
Steel tube, 250 x 30 mm, with original manuscript postal label addressed to Miss L. Baker, Albert Park [Melbourne] and marked 'Photo only', with Egyptian postage stamps postmarked 19 March 1915, containing a rolled-up carbon print photograph, 220 x 280 mm, verso with contemporary inscription in ink '2nd F.A. Brigade, taken at the Pyramids, Mena, …
TOYNBEE, Arnold. J.
London : Hodder & Stoughton, 1915. Octavo, pictorial wrappers (slightly dog-eared), 119 pp, includes map of Armenia, highlighting areas of atrocity, and sections examining the periods before, during, and after the genocide; also includes the transcript of a speech delivered by Lord Bryce in the House of Lords.
CLARK, Francis Charles Morse
Photograph album, small oblong quarto, papered boards, upper board inscribed 'Photographs from the Middle East / S/Sgt. Frank Clark', original ribbon ties, containing over  private photographs, format 90 x 60 mm, all with corner mounts and manuscript captions, commencing with Sergeant Clark's embarkation at Port Melbourne in September 1940 aboard the Christiaan Huygens (a Dutch liner …
Oblong folio, 300 x 440 mm, original embossed suede covers, containing 57 photographs mounted recto and verso of 7 leaves, formats 100 x 150 mm (18), 90 x 115 mm (29), 80 x 220 mm (1), 150 x 210 mm (5), 70 x 110 mm (3), 50 x 70 mm (1), all with either handwritten …
[Āl Inḍiyā Muḥammadan Inglo Oriyanṭal Ejūkeshnal Kānfarans]
Delhi : Maktaba-e-Mujtabaee, 1911. A pair of broadsides summarizing proceedings at the All-India Muslim Educational Conference, held at Nagpur in December 1911. Two folio sheets, each 500 x 320 mm, printed recto only, text in Urdu in Arabic script; original folds with small amount of toning, otherwise fine.