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How I Found Livingstone

£14.99

Product description

Publisher’s description: ”How I Found Livingstone recounts the adventures of this pauper emigre turned journalist who captured the world's imagination with his voyage into the heart of Africa in search of the vanished explorer David Livingstone."

"This leather bound volume - lavishly illustrated and complete with five fold-out maps - has been photographically reproduced from the first edition and thus preserves the historical authenticity of the work including typographical errors and printing irregularities."

From the Time-Life Books “Classics of Exploration” series. Fine/Near Mint condition overall. Brown leather boards with gilt titling and red decoration with same to the spine which has six raised bands. The page edges are gilt all around and are particularly vivid, with only very slight signs of wear. Attractively marbled endpapers and also a yellow ribbon pagemarker. There are several large fold-out map pasted in. The text is securely stitched and the binding remains tight. The pages are clean, bright and unmarked in any way. Only the slightest evidence of previous ownership and appears almost unused.

Item details

Added value:
Deluxe, leather-bound edition; First edition facsimile; Extensive maps
Author(s):
Stanley, Henry Morton
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
1985
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0705415139
Number of pages:
736
Publisher:
Time-Life Books

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Publisher’s description: ”How I Found Livingstone recounts the adventures of this pauper emigre turned journalist who captured the world's imagination with his voyage into the heart of Africa in search of the vanished explorer David Livingstone."

"This leather bound volume - lavishly illustrated and complete with five fold-out maps - has been photographically reproduced from the first edition and thus preserves the historical authenticity of the work including typographical errors and printing irregularities."

From the Time-Life Books “Classics of Exploration” series. Fine/Near Mint condition overall. Brown leather boards with gilt titling and red decoration with same to the spine which has six raised bands. The page edges are gilt all around and are particularly vivid, with only very slight signs of wear. Attractively marbled endpapers and also a yellow ribbon pagemarker. There are several large fold-out map pasted in. The text is securely stitched and the binding remains tight. The pages are clean, bright and unmarked in any way. Only the slightest evidence of previous ownership and appears almost unused.

Added value:
Deluxe, leather-bound edition; First edition facsimile; Extensive maps
Author(s):
Stanley, Henry Morton
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
1985
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0705415139
Number of pages:
736
Publisher:
Time-Life Books

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