London, South Kensington
3 October 2006
HULLMANDEL, Charles. Twenty-four Views of Italy, drawn from nature. London: by C. Hullmandel, printed at Moser and Harris, . Oblong 2° (275 x 423mm). 25 lithographed plates after Hullmandel, including ONE ADDITIONAL PLATE entitled 'The Hermitage of Mount Vesuvius' (title with a crease and upper corner excised and repaired, occasional marginal thumb-soiling, one plate a little soiled). Contemporary half calf (worn). Abbey Travel 167.
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