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1. Adams, W. H. Davenport. IN THE FAR EAST, A NARRATIVE OF EXPLORATION AND ADVENTURE IN COCHIN CHINA, CAMBODIA, LAOS, AND SIAM. London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1879. 1st Edition. 208 pages. This is the 1879 first edition. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. A few small stains to the boards. Gold-illustrated front cover and spine. A few small stains to the boards. Gold-illustrated front cover and spine. Scarce in first edition. With quite a few nice woodcut illustrations. $115.00

2. Allan, Iain &  John Mitchell. Guidebook to Mount Kenya and Kilimanjaro. West Col Productions, 1972. 256 pages. Flexible plastic covers. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Some soiling on the inside cover. Front cover is warped. $11.25

3. Andrew, David &  Rudiger Joppien & Bernard Smith-editor's. The Charts and Coastal Views of Captain Cook's Voyages: The Voyage of the "Endeavour", 1768-71... Volume I (1).  London: The Hakluyt Society, 1999. 328 pages. This is volume  I (1) only of the set. Very good condition in near very good dust jacket. The dust jacket has a couple of small fingerprint smudge stains and some small tears to the edges. Former owner's Hakluyt Society bookplate inside the front cover. $245.00

4. Bates, H.W. Illustrated Travels: A Record of Discovery, Geography, and Adventure. Volumes 3-4. New York: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, 1900. This is volumes 3 and 4 of the set. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners are rubbed through and bumped. $100.00

5. Bougainville, Hyacinthe de. JOURNAL DE LA NAVIGATION AUTOUR DU GLOBE DE LA FREGATE THETIS ET DE LA CORVETTE L'ESPERANCE ATLAS. Alburgh: Archival Facsimiles Selected, 1987. Blue cloth covers. Light wear. Overall very good condition. With beautiful reproductions of the illustrated plates of the original 1837 edition. A beautiful publication. This copy was made from a reproduction of a copy in the British Library. $125.00

6. Brocklehurst, Thomas Unett. MEXICO TODAY: A COUNTRY WITH A GREAT FUTURE. London: John Murray, 1883. 257 pages. Original red cloth binding show shelf wear to the spine and edges. Ohere are discolored spots on the front and back covers, and some darkening to the edges of the covers. The binding is tight. All illustrations, including color maps and plates, are present. A solid copy. This copy was once part of the private library of noted Utah artist George M. Ottinger and is signed by him in ink inside the front cover and at the top of the title page. $62.50

7. Carmany, George W. III. Shinnecock Sails: Tales Of The Western Shinnecock Bay and the 100 Years Of The Shinnecock Yacht Club. Shinnecock Yacht Club, 1987. Blue cloth covers show slight wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy of a scarce title. $75.00

8. Charton, Edouard-editor. Le Tour Du Monde.  Nouveau Journal Des Voyages. 1872. Paris & London: Librairie Hachette, 1872. 433 pages. Black half leather binding, with four raised bands on the leather spine. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners are rubbed through. There are a couple of spots on the binding edges where the cloth has peeled away slightly. The binding is tight. Illustrated with numerous engravings and woodcuts. A beautiful book. This was a yearly publication of exploration and voyage narratives. The text is entirely in French one section details and expedition to Africa, another to Indo-China. $55.00

9. Charton, M. Edouard-editor. Le Tour du Monde. Nouveau Journal Des Voyages. Volume 1, 1876. Paris: Librarie Hachette, 1876. 435 pages. Black leather spine with raised bands.. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, with the corners rubbed through. There are some scuffs to the spine and some rubbed and scuffed spots to the covers. The binding is tight. Light scattered foxing to the pages. Numerous illustrations. Text in French. With a 14-page article on Utah and the Mormons by William Hepworth Dixon, with several illustrations. $90.00

10. Coggeshall, George. VOYAGES TO VARIOUS PARTS OF THE WORLD, MADE BETWEEN THE YEARS 1799 AND 1844. New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1851. 213 pages. Lacks frontispiece. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners bumped. Binding tight. Some browning around the edges of the pages. $75.00

11. Columbus, Christopher. Select Documents Illustrating the Four Voyages of Columbus. Two volume set. Millwood, New York: Kraus Reprint, 1967. Two volume set. Blue cloth covers show light wear to the edges. Former owner's bookplate inside the front cover. $44.00

12. Corney, Bolton Glanvill. The Voyage of Capt. Don Felipe Gonzalez: In the Ship of the Line San Lorenzo, with the Frigate Santa Rosalia in Company, to Easter Island.` Liechtenstein: Kraus Reprint Company, 1967. 176 pages. Very good condition. Hakluyt Society blank bookplate inside the front cover with no name written. $55.00

13. David, Andrew and Rudiger Joppien and Bernard Smith-editor's. The Charts and Coastal Views of Captain Cook's Voyages. The Voyage of the "Resolution" and "Discovery", 1776-1780. Volume III (3). London: Hakluyt Society, 1999. 319 pages. This is volume III (3) of the set. Fine condition in near very good dust jacket. The jacket has light wear and one small blue ink mark to the bottom of the front panel. A beautiful publication with facsimile maps and illustrations throughout. Because of the large size and weight of this book on international shipping will be extra. $215.00

14. Dawson, Edward Walter. THE ISLES OF THE SEA: BEING AN ENTERTAINING NARRATIVE OF A VOYAGE TO THE PACIFIC AND INDIAN OCEANS, AND EMBRACING FULL AND AUTHENTIC ACCOUNTS OF THE ISLANDS OF POLYNESIA, MICRONESIA, AND MELANESIA. Hartford, Connecticut: Betts & Company, 1886. 698 pages. Green pictorial illustrated cloth covers. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges. The bottom corners are bumped and there is light rubbing to the other corners. A clean and tight copy. Illustrated with woodcuts. Sncludes sections on Polynesian Islands, the Hawaiian Islands, Micronesia, the Galapagos Islands, and other areas. $95.00

15. Dickey, J.M. Christopher Columbus and His Monument Columbia. Rand, McNally & Co.,, 1892. Quite  a bit of shelf wear to the binding edges, with rubbing to the edges of the spine and corners. Slight discoloration to the illustrated covers. Small split to the top edge of the front joint. in a few places. Cover soiled in spots. Has the rare cloth dust jacket with wear to spine and edges, discolored along the spine.  A very early dust jacket. $75.00

16. Dittert, Rene, Gabriel Chevalley and Raymond Lambert. Forerunners to Everest: The Story of the Two Swiss Expeditions of 1952. Geroge Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1952. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine edges, board edges, and corners. $7.95

17. Enterline, James Robert. Erikson, Eskimos, and Columbus: Medieval European Knowledge of America. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002. 368 pages. $13.95

18. Espinosa, Friar Alonso de; Sir Clements Markham. The Guanches of Tenerife; The Holy Image of Our Lady of Candelaria and the Spanish Conquest and Settlement. Liechtenstein: Kraus Reprint Company, 1972. 221 pages. Some shelf wear to the binding and light rubbing to the spine and corners. $75.00

19. Evans, Albert S. OUR SISTER REPUBLIC: A GALA TRIP THROUGH TROPICAL MEXICO IN 1869-70. Hartford, Connecticut: Columbian Book Company, 1870. 518 pages. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners rubbed through. Page 373-374 has a woodcut illustration cut out, about 4 inches, but no text is missing from either side of the page, as was a double-sided illustration. $17.50

20. Farquhar, Francis P. A Brief Chronology of Discovery in the Pacific Ocean from Balboa to Capt. Cook's First Voyage, 1513 to 1770. San Francisco: Grabhorn Press, 1943. 15 pages. Red softbound covers with string-tied binding. Light wear, else very good condition. $9.00

21. Foster, William. Embassy of Sir Thomas Roe to the Court of the Great Mogul, 1615-1619. Liechtenstein: Kraus Reprint Company, 1988. 586 pages. This is the two volumes-in-one edition complete. Very good condition. $75.00

22. Frampton, John. The Most Noble and Famous Travels of Marco Polo Together With the Travels of Nicolo De' Conti. Amsterdam: N. Israel/Da Capo Press, 1971. 381 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. $27.50

23. Frost, Thomas. Modern Explorers. Cassell, 1884. 176 pages. Flexible cloth covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Front cover has a slight crease from being bent. The pages are browned. Pictorially illustrated front cover and a full-page color frontispiece. With an illustration of two men in a hot air balloon. Illustrated with woodcuts. $22.50

24. Fryer, John. A New Account of East India and Persia, Being Nine Years' Travels, 1672-1681. Complete set of three (3) volumes. Millwood, New York: Kraus Reprint, 1967. 353 pages. Three volume set complete in near fine condition. $58.00

25. Gage, Thomas. Thomas Gage's Travels in the New World. University of Oklahoma Press, 1958. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Dust Jacket has slight edge wear with a few small tears. $11.95

26. Gibb, H.AR. The Travels of Ibn Battuta A.D., 1325-1354. Volume 2 (II) only. London: Archival Facsimiles Ltd, . 262 pages. This is volume 2 (II) only. Blue cloth covers in very good condition. A clean and bright copy. $65.00

27. Gilliss, J.M. The US Naval Astronomical Expedition to the Southern Hemisphere, During the Years 1849-50-51-52. Volumes I (1) and II (2). Philadelphia: J. D. Lippincott, 1855. This is volumes I and II. Original light brown cloth bindings. Ax-library ink marks on the spines. There is wear and rubbing to the edges of the spines and corners, with some discoloration and a few scuffed marks to the binding. Corners are rubbed through and slightly bumped. The hinges are tight and the text blocks are sound. Overall quite a solid set. This set has former ownership bookplate of the Salt Lake Temple Library Fund from the 1890's. There is also a former bookplate and ink stamp for the LDS Church Historian's Office, with a stamp that says "cancelled" across the bookplate. This set is collated and complete, with the three folding maps,  the fold-out panoramic view, and all of the plates. A beautiful and important South American exploration work. $250.00

28. Grant, George Monro. Ocean to Ocean: Sandford Fleming's Expedition Through Canada in 1872. The Radisson Society of Canada, 1925. 412 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Dust Jacket has chips and tears to the edges, with a few pieces missing. $20.00

29. Heyerdahl, Thor. American Indians of the Pacific: The Theory Behind the Kon-Tiki Expedtion. Chicago: Rand, Mcnally & Co., 1953. 821 pages. 1953 first American edition. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and the corners, with the corners bumped. The front hinge is repaired with archival glue and the back hinge is slightly cracked. Binding is tight and contents clean and complete. With numerous black-and-white photographic illustrations. $58.00

30. Him him Baker, Samuel W. THE NILE TRIBUTARIES OF ABYSSINIA, AND THE SWORD HUNTERS OF THE HAMRAN ARABS. Philadelphia: Lippincott & Company, 1871. 413 pages. Light purple cloth covers. There is wear and rubbing to the spine edges. The hinges and text blocks are tight. With two color maps, one is the frontispiece and the other is a fold-out. $49.50

31. Hyde, Alexander. Stanley in Africa: The Story of his Wonderful Marches Across the Continent. Columbian Book Co, 1878. 514 pages. Heavy shelf wear to spine extremities. Corners rubbed through. Fading and scuffing to the covers. Binding sound.  $45.00

32. Jourdain, John. Edited by William Foster. THE JOURNAL OF JOHN JOURDAIN, 1608-1617: DESCRIBING HIS EXPERIENCES IN ARABIA, INDIA, AND THE MALAY ARCHIPELAGO. Millwood, New York: Kraus Reprint, 1967. 394 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners.  $25.00

33. K, Davis John. The Sailor's Companion. New York: Robert Carter & Brothers, 1859. 180 pages. Small light brown covers show quite a bit of shelf wear and rubbing to the point. The cloth is slightly frayed at the edges of the spine. There is a damp stain to the lower margins of most of the pages and some scattered Browning and foxing to the pages. The five a few text pages have a wrinkled crease down the middle of the page. This appears to be from when it was bound. The binding is tight. $45.00

34. Kane, Elisha Kent. ARCTIC EXPLORATIONS IN THE YEARS 1853, 54, 55. Two volume set. Philadelphia: Childs & Peterson, 1856. Complete set of two volumes. Original cloth bindings show wear to the edges of the spines and corners. The corners are rubbed through and slightly bumped. A few scuffs and rubbed spots to the spine. The bindings are tight and the pages are clean. Includes the fold-out maps. Overall a solid set. $49.95

35. Kinahan, Jill. By Command of Their Lordships: Exploration of the Namibian Coast by the Royal Navy, 1795-1895. Windhoek, Namibia: Namibia Archaeological Trust, 1992. 216 pages. Glossy softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. Ao underlining. Former owner's bookplate inside the front cover. $37.50

36. Lamb, Kaye W.-editor. Simon Fraser Letters & Journals, 1806-1808. Macmillan, 1966. 292 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $9.50

37. Lewis, M.M.-editor. A Gunner Aboard the "Yankee". From the Diary of Number Five of the After Port Gun. The Yarn of the Cruise and Fights of the Naval Reserves in the Spanish-American War. New York: Doubleday & McClure Company, 1898. 1st Edition. 312 pages. 1898 first edition. Pictorial blue-grey covers. There is shelf wear to the spine edges. The corners are slightly bumped. The text block is square. $9.95

38. Littlehales, G.W. THE DEVELOPMENT OF GREAT CIRCLE SAILING. H.O.90 Washington, D.C.: U.S. Hydrographic Office, 1899. 63 pages. 1899 first edition. Black cloth cover shows some shelf wear to the edges of the spine and the corners. Slight rubbing to the gold titles on the spine cover. The bottom corners show some bumping. Maps and charts are complete and the binding is tight. $50.00

39. MacGahan. J.A. Campaigning on the Oxus and the Fall of Khiva. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1874. 438 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some soiling to the covers. With a hand-colored map of the front of the book. $145.00

40. Macleod, Norman. EASTWARD. London & New York: Alexander Strahan, Publisher, 1866. 304 pages. Original green cloth covers with gold decoration on cover and spine. There is slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, with the bottom corners rubbed slightly through. Binding is sound and pages are clean. Includes large folding map opposite the title page inside the front cover. $75.00

41. McDermott, James. The Navigation of the Frobisher Voyages. London: Hakluyt Society, 1998. 24 pages. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Very good condition. $7.95

42. Middleton, Henry. The Voyage of Sir Henry Middleton to the Moluccas, 1604-1606. Millwood, New York: Kraus Reprint, 1967. 209 pages. Very good condition.The Hakluyt Society bookplate is inside the front cover, but no name is written. $65.00

43. Morga, Antonio de (Blair, E. H. And Robertson, J. A). History of the Philippine Islands, from their discovery by Magellan in 1521 to the beginning of the XVII century. With descriptions of Japan, China and Adjacent Countries. Two volume set. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1907. 1907 first edition. Two volume set complete. Ex-library copies, with library labels on the spines and library bookplate and pockets inside the front and back covers. The bindings are tight, but there is quite a bit of shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Volume I has a small tear to the cloth at the bottom of the front joint. A very scarce set, originally published in this limited edition. $75.00

44. Myers, H.M. LIFE AND NATURE UNDER THE TROPICS: OR, SKETCHES OF TRAVELS AMONG THE ANDES, AND ON THE ORINOCO, RIO NEGRO, AMAZONS, AND IN CENTRAL AMERICA. New York: D. Appleton and company, 1871. 330 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners bumped and rubbed through. $25.00

45. National Geographic Society. National Geographic Magazine. Volume 37. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1920. 566 pages. This is volume 37, complete in six issues bound in red cloth buckram binding. Ex-library ink stamp inside the front cover. There is a library pocket inside the back cover and a label at the top of the back cover. $21.95

46. Nutting, C.C. FIJI-NEW ZEALAND EXPEDITION: NARRATIVE AND PRELIMINARY REPORT OF A SCIENTIFIC EXPEDITION...TO THE SOUTH SEAS. Iowa City: University of Iowa, 1924. Some wear and rubbing to spine and corners. The expedition was undertaken by scientists from the University of Iowa. Signed by the author, with an inscription to his sister. With 57 photographic plates. An excellent scholarly account of this scientific expedition. The book includes separate chapters written by scientists on the expedition in the fields of botany, geology, ornithology and entomology. $40.00

47. Parry, William Edward. Journal of a Voyage for the Discovery of a North-West (Northwest) Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific: Performed in the Years 1819--20 in His Majesty's Ships Hecla and Griper. New York: Greenwood Press, 1968. Slight shelf wear to the binding edges. 1968 facsimile reprint. $45.00

48. Paternoster Press. Mountaineering Handbook:  A Complete and Practical Guide for Beginner and Expert. THE PATERNOSTER PRESS, 1950. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped and spine faded and slightly discolored. $7.25

49. Payne, Anthony &  Pamela Neville-Sington. Richard Hakluyt and His Books. An Interim Census of Surviving Copies of Hakluyt's "Divers Voyages" and "Principle Navigations". London: Hakluyt Society, 1997. 76 pages. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Very good condition. $5.25

50. Porter, Philip W. Benin to Bahia: A Chronicle of Portuguese Empire in the South Atlantic in the 15th and 16th Centuries, with Comments on a Chart of Jorge Reinel. James F. Oell Book Trust, 1959. Oblong softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. The bottom right corners are bumped. With a fold-out map in a pocket inside the back cover. $16.00

51. Queirós, Pedro Fernandes de. The Voyages of Pedro Fernandez De Quiros, 1595 to 1606. Millwood, New York: Kraus Reprint, 1967. 555 pages. Very good condition with Hakluyt Society blank bookplate inside the front cover with no name written. $33.00

52. Randall, Rev. D.A. The Handwriting of God in Egypt, Sinai, and the Holy Land: The Records of a Journey From the Great Valley of the West to the Sacred Places of the East. 2 Volumes in 1, complete. Philadelphia: John E. Potter & Company, 1862. 1862 edition. Two volume in one edition, complete. Bound in brown 3/4 leather, with raised bands. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. A few stained spots to the front cover. Slight fading to the gold title on the spine. The pages are clean and tightly bound. Illustrated throughout with woodcuts. $75.00

53. Rebuffat, Gaston. Mont Blanc to Everest. Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1956. 158 pages. Blue cloth covers show some shelf wear. There are discolored spots to the bottom of the front and back covers to water contact. The text pages do not show any evidence of water contact and are clean and tightly bound. $6.95

54. Reis, Piri. Kitab-i Bahriye. Piri Reis. Volumes 1 and 2. Historical Research Foundation, Istanbul Research Center, 1988. 1830 pages. Volumes 1 and 2 sold together as a set. Glossy pictorial illustrated hardbound covers. Light wear to the spine edges and corners. The spines has a couple of small scuffed spots. Beautifully illustrated in color, with facsimiles of the original manuscripts and maps from this important 16th-century Turkish navigational work. Note: The verso of the title page states that this set is published in 4 volumes, but I can only find volumes 1 and 2 listed on any bookseller listings. ISBN searches for volumes 3 and volumes 4 return results saying that the ISBN is invalid. Given this information, I surmise that only volumes 1 and 2 were published, so this constitutes a complete set. Priority or international orders will require extra postage. $295.00

55. Robbins, Archibald [1792 - 1865].. A JOURNAL, COMPRISING AN ACCOUNT OF THE LOSS OF THE BRIG COMMERCE, of Hartford, James Riley, Master, Upon the Western Coast of Africa, August 28th, 1815; Also of the Slavery and Sufferings of the Author and the Rest of the Crew. Hartford, Connecticut: Silas Andrus, 1818. 275 pages. This is the 1851 edition. Brown cloth binding shows wear to the spine edges. The corners are bumped and starting to rub through. There is a chip to the cloth at the top of the spine, about 1/2". There is a coffee spill stain across the upper half of the pages through about page 20 or so. No map with this book. This later reprint may not have been issued with the map, as there isn't one called for in the table of contents. $33.00

56. Savours, Ann. The North West Passage in the Nineteenth Century. London London: The Hakluyt Society, 2003. 32 pages. Softbound pamphlet with stapled binding. Near fine condition. $32.50

57. Seavoy, Ronald E. An New Exploration of the Canadian Arctic. Hancock House Pub Ltd, 2002. 192 pages. Signed by the author. Glossy softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. $11.50

58. Stephens, John L. INCIDENTS OF TRAVEL IN CENTRAL AMERICA, CHIAPAS, AND YUCATAN. Volume II only. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1858. 474 pages. This is volume II only of the two-volume set. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Small chips to the cloth at the edges of the spine. With numerous plates. $75.00

59. Stott, Jr., Kenhelm W. Exploring With Martin And Osa Johnson. Martin And Osa Johnson Safari Museum Press,, 1978. Signed by the author. Slight wear, dust jacket has some wear tothe edges. $25.00

60. T. Nelson & Sons. IN THE TEMPERATE REGIONS: OR, NATURE AND NATURAL HISTORY IN THE TEMPERATE ZONES. With Anecdotes and Stories of Adventure and Travel. London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1882. 249 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Decorated blue cloth covers and spine. Spine slightly cocked. $55.00

61. Taylor, Bayard. TRAVELS IN GREECE AND RUSSIA, WITH AN EXCURSION TO CRETE. New York: G. P. Putnam, 1859. 426 pages. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners rubbed and bumped. $35.00

62. Taylor, Bayard. CYCLOPAEDIA OF MODERN TRAVEL.  A RECORD OF ADVENTURE, EXPLORATION AND DISCOVERY FOR THE PAST SIXTY YEARS. Set of two volumes. New York: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co., 1861. Set of two volumes. Both volumes are bound in 1/2 leather, with beautiful leather spines. Raised bands and leather labels on the spine. The corners are rubbed a bit. Slight warping to the covers.There are some scuffed and rubbed spots to the leather, but not serious. Page edges are marbled. Marbled endpapers and paste-downs. A beautiful set.  $100.00

63. Warren, Henry W. SIGHTS AND INSIGHTS, OR KNOWLEDGE BY TRAVEL. New York & Cincinnati: Nelson & Phillips and Hitchcock & Walden, 1876. 299 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners rubbed through. Some of the cloth is worn away at the edges of the spine. $17.25

64. Wells, Kenneth McNeill. Cruising the Georgian Bay. Kingswood House, 1958. 140 pages. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Some soiling to the edges and spine. The dust jacket has quite a few chips and tears to the edges. $20.00

65. Wells, Kenneth McNeill. Cruising the North Channel. Kingswood House, 1960. 232 pages. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has chips and tears, with some larger pieces gone. $11.50

66. William D. Ticknor. DESULTORY REMINISCENCES  OF A TOUR THROUGH GERMANY, SWITZERLAND, AND FRANCE. By an American. Boston: William D. Ticknor, 1838. 364 pages. Some shelf wear. Corners bumped and rubbed through. Fading to the binding. Pages are clean and tightly bound. $48.50

67. William Woodville Rockhill (tranlator). THE JOURNEY OF WILLIAM OF RUBRUCK TO THE EASTERN PARTS OF THE WORLD, 1253-55. Millwood, New York: Kraus Reprint, 1967. 304 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Former owner's bookplate inside the front cover. $55.50

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