THE RHINE FROM ITS SOURCE TO THE SEA


8vo (5½" x 8¼"). 2 volumes. Vol. I: pp. vii; 303. Photogravure frontis. and 21 photogravure illustrations, each with captioned tissue guard. Vol II: pp. vii; 317 + folding map at rear. Photogravure frontis. and 27 photogravure illustrations, each with captioned tissue guard. Original ribbon markers. t.e.g. Unsigned publisher's binding of flowers textured gold in two tones on blue cloth by an unidentified artist in the original paper-lined blue cloth dust jackets. A tour of the nature, art, history and legends of the cities, towns and forests along the Rhine. A fine set with the bookplate of Franklin D. Edmunds on the front past-downs and his neat ownership mark on both title pages. The very good dust jackets are heavily rubbed at the top edge and on the rear side and spine panels; the dust jacket for vol. 1 has ink spots to the rear panel.

Title: THE RHINE FROM ITS SOURCE TO THE SEA

Author Name: [Unidentified (binding design)]; Stieler, Karl; Wachenhusen, H. and Hacklander, F. W.; Bartley, C. G. T. (translator)

Categories: Other,

Edition: First

Publisher: Philadelphia, Henry T. Coates: (1898)

Binding: cloth

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: Very good Jacket

Seller ID: 1840