New York, East
24 April 2001
Jan Huygen van Linschoten and the Moral Map of Asia: The Plates and Text of the Itinerario and Icones, habitus gestusque Indorum ac Lusitanorum per Indiam viventium. With a study by Ernst van den Boogaart. London: Printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club, 1999.
Large 2o. A booklet reproducing uncolored plates on thinner paper in a pocket at the back. Quarter green morocco, green cloth boards (text volume), green cloth portfolio (plates), in green cloth box.
LIMITED EDITION, one of 40 deluxe copies with an extra set of the plates. "Privately printed in a edition of 300 copies of which 160 copies are for sale. 40 copies bound in quarter morocco with an extra set of the plates numbered I-XL. 120 copies bound in buckram numbered 1-120." Presented to the club by H.F. Oppenheimer.
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