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Persian Poetry for English Readers.
Being specimens of six of the greatest classical poets of Persia: Ferdusi, Nizami, Sadi, Jelal-ad-din, Rumi, Hafiz, and Jami. With biographical notices and notes. [No place]; printed for private circulation 1883
First edition pp.xvi, 646. A superb copy bound by Riviere and Son in full morocco. Spine faded. Armorial bookplate of Sir Chas. Chadwyck Healey of Wyphurst.
A Vocabulary of the Persian language.
In two parts. London Printed for S. Bagster by S. Rousseau at the Arabic and Persian Press, Wood St., Spa Fields. 1803
Second edition. 8vo, title, pp.x, (9)-198, 201-484 (in columns), [2, errata]; Persian characters in text. Original boards, recased and rebacked, rubbed at extremities; uncut and partly unopened, minor foxing. A very good copy.
First complete Gulistan
Musladini Sadi rosarium politicum,
sive amoenum sortis humanae theatrum, de Persico in latinum versum, necessariisque notis illustratum a Georgio Gentio. Amsterdam Joannis Blaev 1651
First edition Small folio, pp.[xx], . Persian text with Latin translation. A very good copy bound in modern green half morocco over marbled boards, gilt ornaments in compartments on spine. Title and last page lightly soiled.
Brunet V, 24: http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/golestan-e-sadi;
The Bustan by Shaikh Muslihu-d-din Sa'di Shirazi,
translated for the first time into prose with explanatory notes and index, by Captain H. Wilberforce Clarke, R.E. London 1879
First edition pp.viii, 424, chromolithograph frontispiece portrait. A very good copy in original cloth, inner hinges shaken.
sive Medici Abu Mansur Muwaffak bin Ali Heratensis Liber Fundamentorum Pharmacologiae. Linguae ac scripturae Persicae specimen antiquissimum. Pars I: Prolegomena et textum continens. Vindobonae [Vienna] Ex Officina Caesarae 1859
First edition, pp.lv, 272, 6 plates. Text in Persian, preface in Latin. A very good copy in original cloth. Jews College library stamp.
Bulletin of The School of Oriental Studies, London Institution. Volumes I-V.
University of London. London The School of Oriental Studies 1917-1930
First edition Five volumes, in all some 4,400 pages, occasional illustrations. Bound in contemporary half cloth, continental marbled boards, original wrappers bound in. A very good set.
praecepta ac regulae quas lexico persico Ferhengi Reschidi praefixas e duobus codicibus uno Roedigeri, altero bibliothecae Reg. Berolinensis. Scripsit et editit... Halle Lippert & Schmidt 1846
Lithographed Persian text, pp.51. An interleaved copy, heavily annotated in both Latin and Persian in a contemporary hand. Bound in half calf, cloth boards. Title page foxed. Occasional spots elsewhere. A very good copy.
Archaeological Reconnaissances in North-Western India and South-Eastern Iran.
Carried out and recorded with the support of Harvard University and the British Museum. Antiques examined and described with the assistance of Fred H. Andrews and analysed in an appendix by R.L. Hobson. London Macmillan 1937
First edition Folio, pp.xix, 267, 34 plates, 6 in colour, 88 illustrations, 22 maps and plans, 2 large folding in pocket. A very good clean copy in original cloth. Library bookplate (withdrawn) on end-paper, discreet stamps on title and reverse of plates, gilt number on spine.
Old Routes of Western Iran.
Narrative of an Archaeological Journey carried out and recorded. Antiquities examined, described and illustrated with the assistance of Fred. H. Andrews. London Macmillan 1940
First edition pp.xxviii, 432, 31 plates, 112 illustrations, 8 maps, 1 large folding in rear pocket, 25 plans. A very good copy in original cloth, one corner slightly bumped. Armorial bookplate of Geoffrey Barber-Lomax,
Pasargadae. A Report on the Excavations conducted by the British Institute of Persian Studies From 1961 to 1963.
First edition 4to, pp.xii, 326, 192 plates, folding tables and plans. A very good copy in original cloth, dust jacket. With presentation inscription from the author to Margaret.
The Travels of Monsieur de Thevenot into the Levant.
In three parts. Viz. Into I. Turkey. II. Persia. III. The East-Indies. Newly done out of French. London Printed by H. Clark, for H. Faithorne, &c. 1687
First English edition, second issue Folio, pp.[xxxviii], 291, [iii], 104, 105*-108*, 105-176, 179-200, [ii], 90, 91*-94*, 91-114, ; engraved portrait frontispiece and 3 plates. A very good copy rebound in half calf over cloth, raised bands. Tears to margin of title page, page 271 (not affecting text, 10 cm corner missing from last leaf (affecting a small amount of text).
Viaggi Orientali del P. Filippo della SS. Trinita generale de'Carmelitani Scalzi.
Ne'quali si descriuono vary successi molti Regni dell'Oriente, Monti, Mari, e Fiumi; la successione de'Prencipi dominanti, i Popoli Christiani, & Infedeli, che stanno in quelle parti. Si discorre ancora degli Animali, Alberi Piante, e fratti, delle Missioni, de'Religiosi, e di molti easi degni della curiosita di chi legge. Venezia Antonio Tiuanni 1683
12mo, pp.(10), 730. A good unsophisticated copy bound in contemporary paper vellum.
A tour to Sheeraz, by the route of Kazroon and Feerozabad;
with various remarks on the manners, customs, laws, language, and literature of the Persians. To which is added a history of Persia, from the death of Kureem Khan to the subversion of the Zund dynasty. London T. Cadell and W. Davies 1807
First English edition 4to, pp. [xv], 329, two engraved portraits. Bound without half-title. A very good copy bound in later half calf, rebacked in calf with dark green lettering piece in compartments. Some spotting to title page, margins of plates, and occasionally elsewhere.
Album de l'Exposition d'Art Persan.
Janvier-Fevrier 1935. [with] Exposition d'Art Persan. Cairo Societe des Amis de l'Art 1935
First edition Two volumes, 4to, pp.(iv), 72 plates, erratum slip; viii, 97, . Number 13 of 300 copies only issued. The plates are in very good condition; the original board portfolio a little worn. The original wrappers of text volume are worn, and partially detached, but text in good condition. Signed by Gaston Wiet on title page.