1. BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom. Autograph journal of his voyage from Marseille to Alexandria, 12 pages, folio, covering a three day period 17-19 December, 1858; and autograph notebook, inscribed "Egypt no I" on upper cover, first entry dated Nov. 7 58, slim 8vo, 26 pages plus blanks, containing lists of books, instruments and a wide range of supplies to be obtained from Alexandria or Cairo, also meteorological reports, other statistical information, and pencil sketches of hill contours, cabins on ferry, ferry machinery etc., original buff wrappers.
2. WYLD, J. Leake's Map of Egypt, London: J. Arrowsmith, 1840, folding hand-coloured engraved map in 42 sections mounted on linen, with annotations by the Brunels on the course of their journey along the Nile, 50 x 31½in., original cloth case.
3. BUSCH, Moritz. Guide for Travellers in Egypt and adjacent countries subject to the Pasha, translated by W. C. Wrankmore, London: Trübner and Co., 1858, small 4to, half title inscribed "I. K. Brunel," wood-engraved plates, original cloth gilt (lacks front free endpaper, some staining).
4.MISCELLANEOUS SOUVENIRS of the Brunels' Egyptian tour, comprising a copy of Henry Rhind's Egypt (London, 1856), a box of pressed flowers, and 5 pencil sketches of Egyptian scenes by an unidentified hand. (11)