London, South Kensington
6 April 2001
MOORE, Joseph & Frederick MARRYAT. Rangoon Views, and Combined Operations in the Birman Empire, London: Thos Clay, -6. Oblong 2° (320 x 440mm.), 24 hand coloured aquatint plates, first 18 of the series drawn by J. Moore, last 6 plates by Capts. Marryat & Thornton, engraved by H. Pyall, first and second series bound together (lacks title, folding map, advertising leaves and list of subscribers, plates 7, 10, 21 and 23 lacking accompanying text, plate 24 loose, some spotting or soiling throughout, mostly marginal, some fraying), contemporary half calf (front cover detached, lacking spine, worn). Abbey Travel 404; Brunet III, 1880; Tooley 334.
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