OGILBY, JOHN. Asia, the First Part [all published], being an Accurate Description of Persia,... the Vast Empire of the Great Mogol, and other parts of India. London: Printed by the Author at his House, 1673. Folio, 415 x 257 mm. (16 3/8 x 10 1/8 in.), later russia leather, rebacked, rubbed, first 2 leaves of table at end misbound before Directions to the binder leaf, small repair to corner of title, marginal repaired tear to Souratte plate and to fol. Kk3, lower blank margin of Mogol map a bit torn and stained, lower margin of fol. O2 cut away. FIRST EDITION, engraved allegorical additional title, letterpress title in red and black, 4 full-sheet engraved maps, 28 engraved plates (12 full-sheet, 16 half-sheet), 30 engraved text illustrations, without folding engraved map (not called for in the Directions to the binder, and not present in all copies). Wing O-166. Ogilby's description of Asia covers all of the continent except China and Japan, treated separately in his translations of Montanus's works.