Book Description

This is a key work on Constantinople from an age when it was synonymous with exotic culture & mystery, a constant source of fascination to Western observers as its location marked the gateway to both East & West. The superb engravings by THOMAS ALLOM give a clear insight into the City, its churches, the people and the grandeur of the wider surroundings.
Author Rev. Robert Walsh / Thomas Allom
Date c.1850
Binding Patterned red cloth boards with red leather spine (5 raised bands) & corners. Decorated red leather label bearing title affixed to front cover. Decorated spine with gilt pattern & title.
Publisher Peter Jackson, Late Fisher, Son, &Co.
Illustrator 96 steel engravings by THOMAS ALLOM + 2 maps
Condition G/VG (Some scuffing along edges of leather spine + wear to leather corners. Age toning & foxing particularly to first 4 pages of Vol 1)) Firm binding throughout.
Pages 86 (Vol 1) & 94 (Vol 2)

Price: £250.00

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