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Say "Open up!" in Kurdish
[Kurdish-Persian vocabulary.] [Tehran] [no printer] 1303 AH [1885 CE]
8vo (21.5 x 15.8 cm); pp. [1, blank], -43, [1, blank]; interleaved. Lithographed Persian and Kurdish text. A handsome copy bound in later half morocco over cloth, spine gilt. Ownership inscription of W. St. Clair-Tisdall.
No copies recorded by COPAC; WorldCat records a copy at Columbia only.
with Teheran, Port Arthur, and Peking. Handbook for Travellers. Leipzig Karl Baedeker 1914
First edition in English, pp.lxiv, 590, 40 maps and 78 plans. A very good copy in original cloth. Large general map carelessly opened and torn at edge, light stain to edge of title and following few pages. Spine faded.
1734: 18thC century study of Manicheism
Histoire critique de Manichee et du Manicheisme
Amsterdam J. Frederic Bernard 1734-39
First edition Two volumes, 4to, pp.[iv], lxxvi, 594; viii, xxxiv, 806 and final blank leaf. Volume 1 with title printed in red and black with engraved vignette, and 2 engraved headpieces by B. Picart. A superb set bound in contemporary calf, triple fillet round covers, spines gilt in compartments with maroon and brown lettering pieces. Minor repair to heads of spines. Light marginal waterstain on a few leaves in second volume.
Brunet 1, 723
Travels from St. Petersburg in Russia, to diverse parts of Asia.
Containing, I. A journey to Ispahan in Persia, in the years 1715, 1716, 1717, and 1718. II: A journey to Pekin in China, through Siberia, in the years 1719, 1720, 1721. With a map of the author's two routes between Mosco and Pekin:... III. A journey from Mosco to derbent in Persia, in the year 1722. IV. A journey from St. Petersburg to Constantinople, in the years 1737 and 1738. Dublin Robert Bell 1764
Two volumes, pp.ix, , 387, large folding map; 499. A very good set bound in contemporary speckled calf. Spines a little rubbed. Foot of spine of second volume starting.
see Lowendahl 528 for first edition; Cordier BS 3, 2093 & 4, 2470; Spence, The Chan's Great Continent, pp.44-51
Persian miniature painting.
Including a critical and descriptive catalogue of the miniatures exhibited at Burlington House, January-March, 1931. London Oxford University Press 1933
First edition. Folio, pp. xiv, 212; colour frontispiece, 15 colour plates, 100 plates. A fine copy in the original tan cloth, lettering and decoration on spine and upper board in gilt.
Medieval Researches from Eastern Asiatic Sources.
Fragments towards the Knowledge of the Geography and History of Central and Western Asia from the 13th to the 17th Century. London Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. 1888
First edition Two volumes, pp.xii, 334, x, 352, two folding maps. A very good set in original cloth.
Medieval Researches from Eastern Asiatic Sources.
Fragments towards the Knowledge of the Geography and History of Central and Western Asia from the 13th to the 17th Century. London Kegan Paul 1910
Reprint Two volumes, pp.xii, 334; x, 352, two folding maps. Trubners Oriental Series. Original tan cloth; very lightly soiled, but an excellent copy.
Histoire de Thamas Kouli-Kan Roi de Perse.
Nouvelle edition. Paris Briasson 1743
Second edition 8vo, pp. [iii], 476, [iv (privilege)]; portrait frontispiece, folding engraved map. A very good copy bound in contemporary calf, triple gilt fillet round covers, spine gilt in compartments. Spine rubbed, and lightly worn at foot.
Atabey 257 (first edition)
The compleat history of Thamas Kouli Kan, (at present called Schah Nadir) Sovereign of Persia.
In two parts. Part I. Containing a description of the Persian Empire; an account of the religion and manners of the Persians; a chronological abridgment of their history, including the lives and reigns of Cyrus and his descendents, the Arsacidæ, the Caliphs, the Tartar Princes, and the Sophis, down to the late revolutions; a particular account of the Aghwans, and their leaders Mir-Weis, Magmund, and Eschref, to their total reduction by Kouli Kan; the origin and rise of this commander, his wars with the rebels and the Turks, and his artful assumption of the crown. Part II. Containing a description of the Empire of Indostan, and a character of the Indians; some account of the Great Moguls from Tamerlane down to Mahmet-Cha now reigning; grounds of Kouli Kan's quarrel with this latter; his invasion of the Kingdom of Cabul, and the whole progress of his arms till he entirely defeats, deposes, and generously restores his enemy, after having taken from him an immense booty, obtained the cession of part of his dominions, and obliged him to an annual tribute. With copies of letters, edicts, manifesto's, &c. translated from the originals under the hands of both monarchs. London printed for J. Brindley, at the King's Arms in New-Bond-street, bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales; S. Birt, in Ave-Mary Lane; J. Stagg in Westminster-Hall; Messrs. Hodges and Harris on London-Bridge; T. Cooper in Pater-noster-Row 1742
The second edition, pp.[iv], 163, ; 116, engraved portrait, folding map. Rebound in half calf, cloth boards. A little light soiling throughout, but a very good copy.
1. Band. Mit einem Beitrage von Max van Berchem. [All published] Berlin 1918
First edition Folio, pp.xi, 116, 41 plates, 5 in colour, folding map. Arbeiten des Kunsthistorischen Instituts der K.K. Universitat Wien (Lehrkanzel Strzygowski)Band VII. A very good copy bound in full contemporary calf, a little rubbed.
The History of Vartan, and of the Battle of the Armenians:
containing an account of the religious wars between the Persians and Armenians; translated from the Armenian. London printed for the Oriental Translation Fund 1830
First edition 4to, pp.xxiv, 111. A very good copy bound in recent half calf, cloth boards. Faint blind stamp of Wigan Public Library on title.
Practical Philosophy of the Muhammadan People,
exhibited in its professed connexion with the European, so as to render either an introduction to the other; being a translation of the Akhlak-i-Jalaly, the most esteemed ethical work of middle Asia, from the Persian of Fakir Jany Muhammad Asaad: (with references and notes) by W.F.Thompson, Esq. of the Bengal Civil Service. London Oriental Translation Fund 1839
First edition pp.lxiv, 496. A very good copy bound in recent half calf, marbled boards. Blind stamp of Wigan Public Library on title page.
Caravan Journeys and Wanderings in Persia, Afghanistan, Turkistan, and Beloochistan;
with Historical Notices of the Countries lying between Russia and India. Translated from the Original Unpublished Manuscript by Capt. W. Jesse. Edited by H.D. Seymour. London John Murray 1856
First edition pp.xxii, 534, 3 plates, folding map. A very good copy bound in 20th century half calf, marbled boards. Blindstamp of Army and Navy Club on corner of title page and frontis.
The Epic of Kings.
Stories retold from Firdusi by Helen Zimmern. With two etchings by L. Alma Tadema, R.A., and a prefatory note by Edmund W. Gosse. London T. Fisher Unwin 1882
First edition Folio, pp.xlvii, , 339, 2 engraved plates. Original pictorial cloth rather faded and dull. Light spotting to frontis. Occasional light marks to margin. A very good copy.
Episodes from the Shah Nameh; or annals of the Persian Kings;
by Ferdoosee. Translated into English verse, with notes and authorities, a verbal index, Persian and English, and some account of the contents of the whole poem. London: printed for the author. 1815
First edition. 8vo, pp. [ii], 125, [1, blank], [2, advertisements]; lithograph frontispiece. Original cloth, spine neatly repaired; occasional light foxing.
A survey, with observations astronomical, geographical, botanical, etc., of a route through Mekran, Bashkurd, Persia, Kurdistan, and Turkey. London Griffith & Farran 1882
First edition pp.xvii, 507, mounted woodburytype frontis of author, 10 plates, folding map. A very good copy in original cloth, neatly re-backed and re-cased preserving original spine. Ex Northampton, Mass. public library with stamps on title and first text page, shelf number on spine.