XIII 283 pages, 64pp advs, coloured frontis, and 50 plates from photographs by the author, some foxing to closed page edges, Burgandy cloth with coloured Persian design to upper board, gilt antelope head to spine, cloth clean and not faded as often found. The author was the British Consul in Persia, he recounts hunting ibex, gazelle, tiger etc and includes and appendix of letters to and from Richard Lydekker concerning some of the variations of species Kenion shot. Czech 116/117. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : By Mountain Lake And Plain Being Sketches Of...
Éditeur : William Blackwood
Date d'édition : 1911
Edition : 1st Edn,
Description du livre John Culler and Sons, Camden, 1995. Hardcover. État : Fine. 1995 (first thus)/ . Octavo, [xii], [v]-xiv, 283,  (list of subscribers) pages plus a colour frontispiece and 50 pages of plates (many full-page). Full calf, all edges gilt; a fine copy in the fine slipcase. Number 319 of 500 copies of a facsimile edition, with a new seven-page introduction by Phillip Drennon Thomas. One of the publisher's Asian Series. Please use the 'Ask Bookseller a Question' link below to confirm availability and postage charges. N° de réf. du libraire 101281
Description du livre William Blackwood and Sons., London, 1911. Hard Cover. État : Fine. First Edit. xiii; 283 + 64 ( publisher's catalogue ) pages. Colour frontispiece, 75 illustrations on 50 plates from photographs taken by the author. Superbly rebound in crimson half morocco, raised bands in gilt with title in gilt on the spine, matching marbled sides. A binding of fine quality Size: 8vo. Book. N° de réf. du libraire A1402