Ebon et Noir Antiquarian Books Presents:
A Popular History Of Russia, From the Earliest Times to 1880.
By Alfred Rambaud,
Chief of the Cabinet of the Minister of Public Instruction and Fine Arts, at Paris;
Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of St. Petersburg; Etc., Etc.
This Work Has Been Crowned by the French Academy.
Translated by L. B. Lang.
Edited and Enlarged by Nathan Haskell Dole.
Including A History of the Turko-Russian War of 1877-78,
From the Best Authorities, by the Editor.
In Three Volumes.
Fully Illustrated With Wood-Cuts, Steel Plates, and Maps and Plans.
VOL II and III ONLY (VOL I MISSING)
Publisher: Dana Estes and Charles E. Lauriat, Boston
Condition: These books are in poor condition. Leather. Half calf over red marbled boards. VOL I and II ONLY. Vol III Missing. Covers are detached, and heavily rubbed along edges and corners. These uncommon books are first edition and good candidates for repair. Vol II is completely missing the spine. Matching hand marbled endpapers and edges. Both volumes have beautiful steel engraved frontispieces protected by tissue guards. Profusely illustrated with engravings. Contains beautiful color maps and genealogy charts. Text block and illustrations are crisp and clean.
7.5" x 10"
Heavy books, 9lbs
LOC BRN B4 SH3