Ismailia. A Narrative of the Expedition to Central Africa for the Suppression of the Slave Trade organised by Ismail, Khedive of Egypt. – Samuel W Baker


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Vol 1 includes Publisher’s catalogue at rear. 23 plates/illustrations and large fold-out colour map. Map has a small closed tear to a fold. Volume 2 has 30 illustrations including map of Albert N’yanza.

Publisher: MacMillan and Co.
Date Published: 1874
Publication Place: London

Condition: Fair. Vol 1 has previous repairs to spine causing cracks to the binding. Foxed throughout – some pages more than others. Tide marks to prelims. Pages untrimmed. Long split to paste-downs. Edge-wear to boards with fraying to corners. Further photographs available on request.
Binding: Hardcover. Original publishers green pictorial cover with gilt caravan scene. Gilt title and motif on spine.

Dimensions: 8vo. Vol 1 – 488pp; Vol 2 – 588pp.

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Weight 1400 g