Paris: Horizons de France, (1955). Paperback. 8vo. Very good in white and blue illustrated stiff paper wrappers with pink and black title to front wrapper and black title to white spine. Minor rubbing and creasing to dust jacket as well as light soiling and scuffing. One small open tear to top edge and one small open tear to bottom edge of front wrapper. Interior is clean and bright with beautiful black and white photographic illustrations throughout. 162 pages. Greek History GRE/012518. Very Good / Very Good.
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Philadelphia: John Grigg, 1830. Hardcover. Full leather binding with black title label to spine. The front board is nearly detached and the rear board is detached but present. Heavy rubbing to boards and spine. Title label to spine reads "Goldsmith's Greece." The interior is foxed on several pages. The previous owner signature, Edmund Snowden of Pittsburgh, is inked in pen on the front free end page. A good reading copy. 322 pages. GRE/042909. Good.
New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1925. Paperback. 8vo. Black and grey illustrated paper wrappers with grey title to front wrapper and black title to spine. Chipping and creasing to edges of wrappers as well as minor rubbing. Interior is clean and bright with illustrations throughout. Index, 135 pages. GRE/013118. Very Good.
New York: The Viking Press, 1964. Poor, Anne. Hardcover. 4to. INSCRIBED BY ARTIST on dedication page. Laid in is a letter from the artist to Laurance and Isabel Roberts. L. Roberts was a noted a art director and Orientalist. Blue and white cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Clean interior filled with illustrations, many of which are in color. Illustrated dust jacket with black title to spine. Minor wear to edges of jacket. 57 pages. GREECE/061406. Near Fine in Near Fine dj.
Geneva: Skira, (1952). Hardcover. 4to. Green cloth covered boards with red title to front board and to spine. Slight bowing to front board. Light yellowing to edges of pages. Else is clean and bright with wondeful tipped in plates throughout. Illustrated price clipped dust jacket with white title to bottom of front and spine panels. Edge wear to dust jacket includes one small closed tear and one small open tear to front panel. 138 pages. ART/051111. Very Good / Very Good.
London: Henry Colburn, 1837. Scarce. In his preface, the author states that there have been so many books about Egypt, but that his intent is to describe Egypt as it is, not as it was. Candia refers to the Venetian name for Crete at that time. During his military career Scott traveled in Crete and Syria. The two volumes are bound in nineteenth century three quarter black leather with marbled paper covers and endpapers. Leather is bumped and lightly rubbed. Marbled covers are scuffed. Text pages have browning and aging throughout but are quite legible. Volume I has frontis and two plates; Volume II has frontis, one plate, and fold-out map with the plan for Karnak. Very good. Small octavos. Volume I: 348 pages; Volume II: 358 pages.GREEK/032921.