London, South Kensington
3 October 2006
STANLEY, Henry Morton (1841-1904). In Darkest Africa. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, 1890. 2 volumes in 6 original parts, large 8° (253 x 175mm). Wood-engraved plates and illustrations, folding maps printed in colours, "Conditions of Publication Leaf" at front of vol. one (some light staining and spotting). Original red pictorial cloth gilt. FIRST EDITION. Printed for subscribers. (6)
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