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Stocqueler, Joachim Hayward
FIFTEEN MONTHS' PILGRIMAGE THROUGH UNTRODDEN TRACTS OF KHUZISTAN AND PERSIA, IN A JOURNEY FROM INDIA TO ENGLAND, THROUGH PARTS OF TURKISH ARABIA, PERSIA, ARMENIA, RUSSIA, AND GERMANY. LONDON: SAUNDERS AND OTLEY, 1832
Estimate
3,0004,000
LOT SOLD. 5,000 GBP
JUMP TO LOT
193
Stocqueler, Joachim Hayward
FIFTEEN MONTHS' PILGRIMAGE THROUGH UNTRODDEN TRACTS OF KHUZISTAN AND PERSIA, IN A JOURNEY FROM INDIA TO ENGLAND, THROUGH PARTS OF TURKISH ARABIA, PERSIA, ARMENIA, RUSSIA, AND GERMANY. LONDON: SAUNDERS AND OTLEY, 1832
Estimate
3,0004,000
LOT SOLD. 5,000 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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Stocqueler, Joachim Hayward
FIFTEEN MONTHS' PILGRIMAGE THROUGH UNTRODDEN TRACTS OF KHUZISTAN AND PERSIA, IN A JOURNEY FROM INDIA TO ENGLAND, THROUGH PARTS OF TURKISH ARABIA, PERSIA, ARMENIA, RUSSIA, AND GERMANY. LONDON: SAUNDERS AND OTLEY, 1832
FIRST EDITION, 2 volumes, 8vo (186 x 110mm.), 2 lithographed frontispieces, folding lithographed map, contemporary green calf panelled in gilt, spines gilt with maroon labels, without half-title in vol. 2 (not called for in vol.1), expertly rebacked retaining original spines
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Provenance

Sir Edward Leigh Pemberton (1823-1910), armorial bookplate, and gift inscription "from his friend W.R. Arundell, on his leaving Eton, Easter, 1840"

Literature

Wilson, p.217; not in Atabey or Ghani

Catalogue Note

A VERY GOOD COPY. Stocqueler was an English journalist of Portuguese extraction based in India, where he edited a number of periodicals. The account opens in Muscat, from where the author proceeded up the Persian Gulf to Basra, thence through Persia and Armenia to Odessa.

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