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BROCKMAN, Stuart (binder). The Times Atlas of the World.
London : 1993A superb binding executed by Stuart Brockman, for the celebrated Wardington collection of atlases, which contained many designer bindings commissioned by Lord Wardington.
Stuart Brockman (b.1972) is the son of the bookbinder James Brockman. Trained by his father and now working alongside him in Oxfordshire, Stuart was elected as a Fellow of Designer... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 142425
MICHELOT, Henri. The Mediterranean Pilot:
London : 1715First English edition. Exceedingly uncommon, a single copy cited by Adams & Waters, at the Ministry of Defence, and only one other copy located in ESTC, Library Hub, and WorldCat, at Oxford. Not found in the National Maritime Museum's online catalogue.
This translation of Michelot's Le portulan de partie de la Mer Mediterranee (Marsailles, 1703)... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 125965
JEDDAH WATER SUPPLY - BALFOUR, David Ross. City of Jeddah Water Supply.
Westminster [Jeddah] : 1947-48One of a limited set of detailed planning documents for the important modernization of Jeddah's water supply in 1947, this copy inscribed by the British civil engineer leading the project to Ahmad Ashmawi of the local engineers who presented the scheme to Emir Saud. Likely produced in small numbers for key stakeholders, we find no other copies or references... Learn More£17,500.00
Stock Code: 138324
MOLL, Herman. Atlas Geographus: or, a Compleat System of Geography, Ancient and Modern...
London : 1712First edition in book form, volume III of five, covering Asia, complete in itself and with all listed maps, charts, plates and tables, including maps of Arabia, Persia, India, China, East Indies, Japan, Tartary and Independent Tartary. The complete set of five volumes is notably scarce, and individual volumes highly uncommon. "In 1711, Moll founded... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 94077
DELISLE, Guillaume; Philippe Buache; & Jean Claude Dezauche. Atlas geographique et universel.
Paris : 1789First edition thus and uncommon (just four listings on WorldCat, three of these for the BNF, and no complete copy at auction for 30 years). Jean-Claude Dezauche was one of the geographer-publishers most influential in the establishment of the French theoretical approach to cartography. This movement, which downplayed the decorative elements esteemed... Learn More£25,000.00
Stock Code: 51612