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Voyage Illustre Dans Les Deux Mondes D'Apres Les Relations Authentiques Les Plus Nouvelles

By Felix Mornand; J Vilbort

1863

Le Chevalier : Paris

15" by 10.5"

404pp

 

 

 

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A beautifully illustrated ‘journey’ around the world, journaling England, Holland, Belgium, and many other places.

In the original French. ‘Voyage Illustre dans les Deux Mondes’ is an illustrated travel guide, travelling around to world to countries such as Portugal, England, Greece, Russia, Sweden, and also to various countries in Asia and Africa. This is beautifully illustrated with engravings throughout, some of landscapes and sceneries in the countries, some of the inhabitants and their native wear, and some of the architecture. Feliz Mornand was a journalist, best known for his travel writing and tourist guides. He was a columnist at ‘L’Illustration’, and published many guides to various countries and cities. J Vilbort was also a French journalist, who published ‘En Kabylie’. With seven-hundred and seventy-five engravings, both full page and in text.

CONDITION

In the original cloth binding. Externally, smart. Some bumping to the head and tail of the spine and to the extremities, with the bottom of the spine lifting, but remaining in place. Rubbing to the head of the spine, resulting in a little loss. Light shelfwear to the boards. Cockling to the front board. Offsetting and handling marks to the pastedowns, and to the recto of the front endpaper, and to the verso of the rear endpaper. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean throughout.

Overall Condition: Good

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