CARAVANS TO TARTARY,

By: Roland and Sabrina Michaud,

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CARAVANS TO TARTARY, by Roland and Sabrina Michaud, translated from the French by Jane Brenton
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Thames and Hudson, London - first UK edition, 1978. hardcover, 12' x 10½", with illustrated board covers. With bumped corners and some minor stains. It is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, barcode etc. Book in FAIR condition. Seventy-six full-colour photographs, double-page map (detail of Afghanistan & Pakistan), and 5 b&w illustrations. Join a seventeen-camel caravan which, twice each year, makes the journey from an encampment near the Chinese border, to Khandoud, capital of the Wakhan, taking nine or ten days to cover about 125 miles. Follow the route of frozen river-beds to avoid the high smowy passes. Barter and swap felts, hides and sheep in exchange for essential dairy products. Our copy is a much-thumbed one.

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