Book Description

Revised, and reprinted from The Geographical Journal, 1896. An account of two journeys made by George Curzon, future viceroy of India, to the Pamir mountains in Central Asia. Travelling from northern India, to Afghanistan, to the Oxus river, Curzon gives a detailed and vivid account of this remote mountain region.
Dealer Notes
8vo, orig. qtr. mock vellum, gilt, spine worn. From an institutional library, a few neat ink stamps, shelf label to spine. A few short tears to map folds, not affecting printed area, ink stamps to rear of map. [54847]
Author Curzon, G.N.
Date 1896
Publisher Royal Geographical Society
Pages [ii], 83

Price: £125.00

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