The region of the eternal fire; an account of a journey to the petroleum region of the Caspian in 1883

By: Charles Marvin 1854-1890

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The region of the eternal fire; an account of a journey to the petroleum region of the Caspian in 1883 by Charles Marvin 1854-1890
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W. H. Allen. London:1891. Hardback (no dustjacket). Good New edition. Mounted frontispiece with tissue protector. Fold-out map. Maps, plates. . Original red cloth cover with black and gilt illustration and lettering on front and spine. Spine is scuffed and faded. Back cover is stained with some surface insect damage and two insect holes which go right through the back cover. Text clean and intact. Book plate of The Royal Empire Society NSW Branch on front fixed end paper.Stamp of Royal Colonial Institute NSW Branch on first blank page. Some front hinge damage.

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