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Book Description
1st Edition. 153 pages. Small 4to. Original cream illustrated boards; 56 illustrations mostly from photographs including portrait frontis of King Ghazi I, 2 coloured folding maps; a little wear to spine, some slight discolouration to the edges otherwise fine; comp slip from the port Director.
Dealer Notes
A rare, well designed and produced account of the history and development of the port of Basrah, covering its topography and equipment, the service industries supplying it, including essential statistics such as import/export figures. The book also contains a chapter on the air port. - Inside the front cover is a printed label saying that a poisonous insecticidal solution has been used in binding this book.
Author Cecil Byford
Date 1935
Binding Illustrated Boards
Publisher The Port of Basrah Directorate
Illustrator N/A
Condition Very good plus
Pages 153

Price: £225.00

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