Anatole de DÉMIDOFF - Journey in Southern... - Lot 448 - Morel de Westgaver

Lot 448
Go to lot
Estimation :
150 - 200 EUR
Result without fees
Result : 170EUR
Anatole de DÉMIDOFF - Journey in Southern... - Lot 448 - Morel de Westgaver
Anatole de DÉMIDOFF - Journey in Southern Russia and the Crimea through Hungary, Wallachia and Moldavia. Illustrated by RAFFET. Paris, Ernest Bourdin, 1854. Large in-8, 270 x 170 mm, contemporary black half-chagrin boards, midnight blue percaline boards, four-ribbed spine, library markings at the head of the spine and monogram C. N. at the tail (binding rubbed, top cover torn). xiv, 510, [1 (errata)], [1 bl.] pp. 31 plates. Second edition, revised and enlarged by the author, illustrated with 1 portrait of Nicholas I, 16 plates in black, 10 plates of costumes in color, 2 plates of notated music and 2 large folding maps. Provenance: bookplate of Prince Cyril Narischkine (1877-1950) and repeated library mark. Vicaire, III, 168. Some foxing. ATTACHED: - Edgar BOULANGIER - Notes from a trip to Siberia. The Trans-Siberian Railway and China. Paris, Société d'éditions scientifiques, 1891. Large in-8, 275 x 170 mm half salmon-colored cardboard with corners, title in gilt letters on the upper cover, upper cover cons. xii, 397, [3] pp. Map of the general layout of the Trans-Siberian Railway in frontispiece, illustrations in the text or on full page, 1 fold-out map of Manchuria with the layout of the Trans-Siberian Railway and the projects of the Chinese railroad, 1 fold-out map of the distances between the post stations. Small tear without loss of text pp. 261-262. - Édouard DUPRAT - Through Russia, the country and its inhabitants. Work decorated with numerous engravings. Limoges, Marc Babou, 1893. Large in-8, 250 x 175 mm, red percaline decorated boards, gilt edges. 240 pp. Frontispiece, illustrations in the text. - Paul, Count VASILI - The Holy Russia. The Court, the Army, the Clergy, the Bourgeoisie and the People. Paris, Firmin-Didot, 1890. In-4, polychrome red half-chagrin boards richly decorated, gilt edges (binding by Engel after P. Souze and A. Giraldon) (upper spine slightly rubbed). [6], 550, [1], [1 bl.] pp. Rich iconography after d'Aviano, Bord, Chauvet, Dunki, Gaillard, Jouant, Lacker, Loevy, Martin, Mencina, Montader, Roguet, Vallet and Waret: frontispiece portrait of Alexander III, 37 full-page plates, 197 figures in the text, 4 chromolithographs out of the text, 3 plans and maps out of the text. The 4 color plates represent uniforms of the Russian army, pieces of silverware and 2 plates of costumes. 1 ethnographic and political map of Russia, map of St. Petersburg, map of Moscow as well as an out of text view of the Kremlin. - Admiral de WRANGELL - The North of Siberia. A journey among the peoples of Asiatic Russia and in the icy sea. Translated from Russian by Prince Emmanuel Galitzin. Limoges, Eugène Ardant, s.d. Large in-8, 265 x 170 mm, price-clipped, red half-chagrin, cover preserved (qqs. slight scratches). 296 pp. Frontispiece, 1 map of the North-Eastern part of Siberia, 4 off-text, vignettes in the text. TOGETHER 5 VOLUMES.
My orders
Sale information
Sales conditions
Return to catalogue