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First English edition of the greatest classic of Arabic literature, an entertaining satire

First English edition of the greatest classic of Arabic literature, an entertaining satire First English edition of the greatest classic of Arabic literature, an entertaining satire First English edition of the greatest classic of Arabic literature, an entertaining satire View picture(s)

1 AL-HARIRI, al Qasim ibn Ali (Leonard CHAPPELOW, ed.).
Six assemblies; or, Ingenious conversations of learned men among the Arabians, … together with … proverbial sayings among the Arabians, …
Cambridge, J. Archdeacon, printer to the University, for T. & J. Merrill; London, J. Johnson & B. Davenport, J. Dodsley, B. White and J. Robson; Oxford, Fletcher & Prince; York, Etherington, 1767. 8vo. Half tanned goatskin(?) (ca. 1800?), sewn on 5 cords (3 laced into the boards), gold-tooled spine with red morocco label, white parchment corners, marbled sides. This appears to be the book’s first permanent binding. Three stitching holes in the gutter margin suggest it was first issued in a temporary wrapper. With a 1-page advertisement at the end containing a numbered list of 25 publications printed in Cambridge [by Archdeacon] and sold by T. & J. Merrill there and J. Johnson & B. Davenport in London. Set in roman and italic types. [4], VIII, 133, [3] pp. Full description >>

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One of the first complete French-Arabic dictionaries

One of the first complete French-Arabic dictionaries One of the first complete French-Arabic dictionaries One of the first complete French-Arabic dictionaries View picture(s)

2 BOCTHOR, Ellious and A. Caussin de PERCEVAL.
Dictionnaire Français-Arabe.
Paris, Firmin Didot, 1828-1829. 2 volumnes. Large 4to. Near-contemporary sprinkled gold-tooled tanned sheepskin, sewn on 4 recessed cords, gold-tooled board edges, shell-marbled endpapers and matching marbled edges. VII, [1], 461, [1]; [4], 435, [1] pp. Full description >>

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Arabic geometrical ornaments

Arabic geometrical ornaments Arabic geometrical ornaments Arabic geometrical ornaments Arabic geometrical ornaments View picture(s)

3 BOURGOIN, Jules.
Les élements de L'art Arabe: le trait des Entrelacs.
Paris, Didot, 1879. 4to. Loose in contemporary green slipcase with green marbled boards, spine with title lettered in gold, green ties. With 190 numbered lithographed plates (some with red patterns) of geometrical patterns, and 10 numbered chromolithographed plates (some with gold) a.o. with a door decorated in Arabic style, decorative woodwork, mosaics, an elaborately decorated ceiling. 48 pp. Full description >>

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Eyewitness account of a 16th century diplomatic mission to the Ottoman court, illustrated with 28 original watercolours

Eyewitness account of a 16th century diplomatic mission to the Ottoman court, illustrated with 28 original watercolours Eyewitness account of a 16th century diplomatic mission to the Ottoman court, illustrated with 28 original watercolours Eyewitness account of a 16th century diplomatic mission to the Ottoman court, illustrated with 28 original watercolours Eyewitness account of a 16th century diplomatic mission to the Ottoman court, illustrated with 28 original watercolours Eyewitness account of a 16th century diplomatic mission to the Ottoman court, illustrated with 28 original watercolours View picture(s)

4 BRAECKLE, Jacques de.
Memoires du voiage de Constantinople de Jacques de Bracle seigneur de Bassecourt. Manuscrit du XVIe siècle.
[ca 1570]. 4to (210 x 135 mm). Slightly later vellum with manuscript title. French manuscript on paper. 90 ff. Flemish Bastarda in black ink, 26 lines. Bound with 16 strictly contemporary specimens of Turkish marbled paper, a series of 28 watercolours, heightened in gilt and two extensive, early 19th century manuscript additions (complete transcript of the the travelogue and a biography of the author). Full description >>

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782 Arabic proverbs collected before 1817, with explanatory notes

782 Arabic proverbs collected before 1817, with explanatory notes 782 Arabic proverbs collected before 1817, with explanatory notes 782 Arabic proverbs collected before 1817, with explanatory notes 782 Arabic proverbs collected before 1817, with explanatory notes View picture(s)

5 BURCKHARDT, Johann Ludwig.
Arabic proverbs, or the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians, illustrated from their proverbial sayings current at Cairo, translated and explained ...
London, John Murray (colophon: printed by C. Roworth), 1830. Large 4to (28 x 22 cm). Mid 19th-century half tan calf, sewn on 5 tapes, spine with gold-tooled bands and a green morocco label, swirled shell-marbled sides, marbled edges. With a large folding engraved map of the Sinai, the Holy Land and parts of Egypt and Syria, showing Burckhardt's travels, and a few small woodcut illustrations in the text. Set in roman and italic type with the proverbs also in the original Arabic. VII, [1], 232 pp. Full description >>

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The most extensive Arabic catechism, with more than 1800 pages

The most extensive Arabic catechism, with more than 1800 pages The most extensive Arabic catechism, with more than 1800 pages The most extensive Arabic catechism, with more than 1800 pages View picture(s)

6 [CATECHISM - ARABIC - ROMAN RITE].
Catechismus Romanus: ex decreto Concilii Tridentini iussu S. Pii V editus.
[Rome], Propaganda Fide, 1786 [= 1787]-1787. 2 volumes. 8vo. Early 19th-century half sheepskin parchment, sewn on recessed cords with a hollow back, hand-lettered spine titles, shell-marbled sides, brown sprinkled edges. The pages progress from right to left like a normal Arabic book. With an Arabic title-page on the second page of each volume, each with the Propaganda Fide’s woodcut Jesus and apostles device and each preceded (on the back of the same leaf) by a Latin half-title. Further with woodcut tail-pieces, 1 woodcut decorated initial, and tailpieces and factotums built up from cast fleurons. Set in 2 sizes of nashk Arabic type, with the 13-page dedication to Pope Pius VI and a few other preliminary pages also in Latin on the facing pages, set in roman and italic type. [40], “976” [= 980]; [8], “855” [= 847], [1 blank] pp. Full description >>

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1500-page Turkish dictionary that helped make Leipzig Europe’s leading centre of oriental studies

1500-page Turkish dictionary that helped make Leipzig Europe’s leading centre of oriental studies 1500-page Turkish dictionary that helped make Leipzig Europe’s leading centre of oriental studies 1500-page Turkish dictionary that helped make Leipzig Europe’s leading centre of oriental studies 1500-page Turkish dictionary that helped make Leipzig Europe’s leading centre of oriental studies 1500-page Turkish dictionary that helped make Leipzig Europe’s leading centre of oriental studies View picture(s)

7 CLODIUS, Johann Christian.
Compendiosum lexicon Latino-Turcico-Germanicum … accessit triplex index, ac Grammatica Turcica, ...
[part 1: Lexici Turcici tripli index ..., 1730; part 2: Grammatica Turcica ..., 1729].
Leipzig, Wolfgang Deer (printed by Andreas Zeidler), 1730. 8vo. Modern half calf, gold-tooled spine with green morocco label, marbled sides, red sprinkled edges. With an engraved frontispiece showing 6 turbaned figures in the interior of an Ottoman library, general title-page in red and black, 2 part-titles, woodcut head- and tailpieces and decorations built up from cast fleurons. Set in roman, italic, Arabic and fraktur types with incidental Hebrew. [56], 928, [560], 192 pp. including frontispiece. Full description >>

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Islamic rule in Spain (756-1492)

Islamic rule in Spain (756-1492) Islamic rule in Spain (756-1492) Islamic rule in Spain (756-1492) Islamic rule in Spain (756-1492) View picture(s)

8 CONDÉ, José Antonio.
History of the dominion of the Arabs in Spain. Translated from the Spanish ..., by Mrs. Jonathan Forster.
London, Henry G. Bohn (printed by Wilson & Ogilvy), 1854-1855. 3 volumes. Small 8vo. Near contemporary half tan calf, sewn on 4 recessed cords (but with 4 false bands on the spine), nonpareil marbled sides (and similar nonpareil marbled edges), gold-tooled spines, each volume with 1 red and 1 black spine label. With a stipple-engraved frontispiece (showing Abd al-Rahman I in battle) by John James Hinchliff after Baron Charles von Steuben ( vol. 1) and Bohn’s 2-page publisher’s advertisement (end of vol. 2). xi, [1 blank], [2], 511, [1 blank]; xv, [1 blank], 493, [1 blank], [2]; xi, [1 blank], 475, [1 blank] pp., including 1 initial blank leaf in each vol. Full description >>

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English summaries and partial translations of Portuguese documents on the East Indies and other Eastern regions

English summaries and partial translations of Portuguese documents on the East Indies and other Eastern regions English summaries and partial translations of Portuguese documents on the East Indies and other Eastern regions English summaries and partial translations of Portuguese documents on the East Indies and other Eastern regions View picture(s)

9 DANVERS, Frederick Charles.
Report to the Secretary of State for India in Council on the Portuguese records relating to the East Indies, contained in the Archivo da Torre do Tombo, and the public libraries at Lisbon and Evora, ...
London, W.H. Allen & Co., Limited (colophon: printed by Eyre & Spottiswood), 1892. 8vo. Contemporary blue half cloth, sewn on 3 tapes, with the boards (cut flush with the bookblock) covered with original publisher’s grey wrappers, the front wrapper printed letterpress and with the imprint on a letterpress cancel slip. With a folding lithographic map of Arabia, India, Southeast Asia and the East Indies. [1], [1 blank], xi, [1 blank], 209, [1] pp. Full description >>

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Duhamel enthusiastically praises report (on Syrian earthquake?) by the French consul in Tripoli

Duhamel enthusiastically praises report (on Syrian earthquake?) by the French consul in Tripoli Duhamel enthusiastically praises report (on Syrian earthquake?) by the French consul in Tripoli Duhamel enthusiastically praises report (on Syrian earthquake?) by the French consul in Tripoli Duhamel enthusiastically praises report (on Syrian earthquake?) by the French consul in Tripoli View picture(s)

10 [AUTOGRAPH]. DUHAMEL DU MONCEAU, Henri-Louis.
[Autograph letter, signed, to Gabriel de Choiseul, Duc de Praslin].
[Paris], 21 June [1762]. 4to. In French, in brown ink on laid paper. [2], [2 blank] pp. (letter); [1] leaf (portrait). Full description >>

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Lutheran religious work with verse descriptions of Palestine and Jerusalem, with woodcut illustrations and printed in Martin Luther’s birthplace

Lutheran religious work with verse descriptions of Palestine and Jerusalem, with woodcut illustrations and printed in Martin Luther’s birthplace Lutheran religious work with verse descriptions of Palestine and Jerusalem, with woodcut illustrations and printed in Martin Luther’s birthplace Lutheran religious work with verse descriptions of Palestine and Jerusalem, with woodcut illustrations and printed in Martin Luther’s birthplace Lutheran religious work with verse descriptions of Palestine and Jerusalem, with woodcut illustrations and printed in Martin Luther’s birthplace View picture(s)

11 EGER, Johann(es).
Itinerarium, das ist, Reisebüchlein. Darinnen begriffen werden die Reisen der H. Jungfrawen Marien, Josephs, und sonderlich unsers Herrn Jesu Christi, ... Item Bericht von der Stadt Hierusalem, ...
(Colophon: printed in Eißleben, Saxony, [by Jacob Gaubisch]), 1604. Small 8vo (15 x 10 cm). Recased in a stiff vellum wrapper made from a bifolium out of a 16th-century liturgical manuscript (in a textura hand with red and blue “Lombardic” uncial initials and “ysaye” (Isaiah) in red), sewn on 2 leather straps laced through the wrappers and with remnants of straps to hold the book closed, cut flush with the book block at the head and foot, but with flaps folded over the fore-edge. Title-page in red and black with a border built up from cast arabesque fleurons, all other pages in a frame of rules, 9 woodcut illustrations in the text (about 3.5 x 5 cm), 3 woodcut tailpieces (plus repeats), numerous decorated gothic initials (2 series), numerous decorations built up from cast arabesque fleurons. Set in fraktur types with passages in rotunda and incidental roman and italic. [16], 229, [9], [2 blank] pp. Full description >>

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First edition of the Pentateuch in Arabic

First edition of the Pentateuch in Arabic First edition of the Pentateuch in Arabic First edition of the Pentateuch in Arabic First edition of the Pentateuch in Arabic View picture(s)

12 ERPENIUS, Thomas (editor).
Turat Musa al-Nabi alayhi al-salam id est Pentateuchus Mosis Arabicè.
Leiden, Thomas Erpenius for Johannes Maire, 1622. 4to. 18th-century sprinkled calf, sewn on 5 cords, gold-tooled spine with red sheepskin label, waved combed paste-downs, red and blue sprinkled edges. With the title in a woodcut architectural frame, head- and tailpieces built up from cast arabesque fleurons, woodcut factotums. [16], 458, [2] pp. Full description >>

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“One of the first and most spectacular archaeological discoveries in Nubia”

“One of the first and most spectacular archaeological discoveries in Nubia” “One of the first and most spectacular archaeological discoveries in Nubia” “One of the first and most spectacular archaeological discoveries in Nubia” View picture(s)

13 FERLINI, Giuseppe.
Relation historique des fouilles opérées dans la Nubie.
Rome, Salviucci, 1838. 4to. Original publisher’s buff paper wrappers, printed letterpress, with a decorative frame on the front (with the title and author) and back (with the address of the author’s collection), and rules on the spine. With a wood-engraved vignette on the title-page showing 2 archaeologists in the field, a folding engraved plate showing 22 numbered figures, and 3 wood-engraved tailpieces showing artefacts. With decorated titling capitals in the title and headings. 51, [1] pp. Full description >>

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20 large and stunning photographs of Egypt, Sinai and Jerusalem, one of the most renowned photobooks ever published

20 large and stunning photographs of Egypt, Sinai and Jerusalem, one of the most renowned photobooks ever published 20 large and stunning photographs of Egypt, Sinai and Jerusalem, one of the most renowned photobooks ever published 20 large and stunning photographs of Egypt, Sinai and Jerusalem, one of the most renowned photobooks ever published 20 large and stunning photographs of Egypt, Sinai and Jerusalem, one of the most renowned photobooks ever published 20 large and stunning photographs of Egypt, Sinai and Jerusalem, one of the most renowned photobooks ever published View picture(s)

14 FRITH, Francis.
Egypt, Sinai, and Jerusalem: a series of twenty photographic views.
London, Glasgow and Edinburgh, William Mackenzie, [ca. 1858]. 1mo (74 x 53 cm). Modern black half morocco, green cloth sides, with title in gold on front board and spine, gilt edges. With 20 large albumen prints (48.5 x 39 cm), mounted on paperboard with printed captions (7 signed and dated 1858 in the negative). The photos were made following the relatively new wet collodion process, giving remarkably sharp results. With descriptions on separate text leaves by Mrs. Poole and Mr. Reginal Stuart Poole. Full description >>

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31 large platinum prints of the construction of the first Aswan dam, also showing ancient temples on Philae island

31 large platinum prints of the construction of the first Aswan dam, also showing ancient temples on Philae island 31 large platinum prints of the construction of the first Aswan dam, also showing ancient temples on Philae island 31 large platinum prints of the construction of the first Aswan dam, also showing ancient temples on Philae island 31 large platinum prints of the construction of the first Aswan dam, also showing ancient temples on Philae island 31 large platinum prints of the construction of the first Aswan dam, also showing ancient temples on Philae island View picture(s)

15 GARSTIN, William E.
[Title on binding:] The Nile Reservoir works at Aswan and Asyut.
[Cairo, Egyptian government, 1902]. Oblong album (33 x 39 cm). Original publisher’s black morocco, with the title and the crescent moon and 5-pointed star of the Egyptian Khedivate government on the front board, green watered silk endleaves, gilt edges. With 31 large photographic platinum prints (23.5 x 29 cm), mounted on thick pasteboard leaves. [8] pp. plus photographic prints. Full description >>

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Luxurious Arabic grammar, intended for native speakers in spite of the Latin text

Luxurious Arabic grammar, intended for native speakers in spite of the Latin text Luxurious Arabic grammar, intended for native speakers in spite of the Latin text Luxurious Arabic grammar, intended for native speakers in spite of the Latin text Luxurious Arabic grammar, intended for native speakers in spite of the Latin text View picture(s)

16 GUADAGNOLI, Filippo.
Breves Arabicae linguae institutiones.
Rome, Propaganda Fide, Joseph David Luna, 1642. Folio. Contemporary sheepskin parchment, sewn on 5 cords (3 secured to the boards, 2 cut flush with the bookblock), headbands worked in pink and white, edges sprinkled pink and blue, manuscript spine title in 2nd of 6 compartments. With the Propaganda Fide’s woodcut rectangular Jesus and Apostles device on the title-page, their round Jesus and Apostles device above the colophon, 1 woodcut tailpiece, 2 woodcut decorated initials (2 series), and numerous decorations built up from cast arabesque fleurons. Set in roman, italic and Arabic type with incidental Hebrew. [12], 349, [1], [2 blank] pp. Full description >>

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First edition of an account of a 1497 pilgrimage to the Middle East

First edition of an account of a 1497 pilgrimage to the Middle East First edition of an account of a 1497 pilgrimage to the Middle East First edition of an account of a 1497 pilgrimage to the Middle East First edition of an account of a 1497 pilgrimage to the Middle East First edition of an account of a 1497 pilgrimage to the Middle East View picture(s)

17 HARFF, Arnold von (Everhard von GROOTE, ed.).
Die Pilgerfahrt des Ritters Arnold von Harff von Cöln durch Italien, Syrien, Aegypten, Arabien, Aethiopien, Nubien, Palästina, die Türkei, Frankreich und Spanien wie er sie in den Jahren 1496 bis 1499 vollendet, beschrieben und durch Zeichnungen erläutert hat. Nach den ältesten Handschriften und mit deren 47 [= 49!] Bildern in Holzschnitt.
Cologne, J.M. Heberle (H. Lempertz) (printed by Steven’s Druckerei), 1860. 8vo. Later paper-covered boards with the original publisher’s printed spine label (probably transferred from the previous binding). With 42 woodcut pictorial illustrations (each signed “T”) on 40 pages and 7 woodcut illustrations of exotic alphabets. LI, [1 blank], [3], [1 blank], 280 pp. Full description >>

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The 14th-century Arabic father of the modern social sciences

The 14th-century Arabic father of the modern social sciences The 14th-century Arabic father of the modern social sciences The 14th-century Arabic father of the modern social sciences View picture(s)

18 IBN KHALDUN, Adb-ar-Rahman and William MCGUCKIN DE SLANE (ed. & trans.).
Les prolégomènes ... traduits en Français et comentés par M. de Slane ... première[-troisième] partie. (= Volumes XIX-XXI in the series, Notices et extraits des manuscrits de la Bibliothèque Impériale).
Paris, Imprimerie Impériale, 1863-1868. 3 volumes. 4to. Original publisher’s letterpress-printed salmon wrappers with a decorative border built up from cast fleurons on the front and back, the title-page with arms repeated on each front wrapper and an arabesque centrepiece on the back, and the title and decorations on the spine. Lacking the back wrapper to vol. 3. With the French Imperial coat of arms of Napoleon III on each title-page. Set in roman and italic type with frequent words or phrases and occasional longer passages in the notes set in nashk Arabic. With the original first quire (8 pp.) of the author’s preface bound in volume 1, but with the revised version loosely inserted in volume 3 and with a printed notice on the front wrapper of that volume indicating that the new version is being supplied because of omissions in the notes on p. 3. [3], [1 blank], CXVI, 486, [2 blank]; [3], [1 blank], 493, [3 blank]; [3], [1 blank], 573, [3 blank] pp. Full description >>

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First edition of a 13th-century classic of Arabic grammar, in 1003 verse couplets

First edition of a 13th-century classic of Arabic grammar, in 1003 verse couplets First edition of a 13th-century classic of Arabic grammar, in 1003 verse couplets First edition of a 13th-century classic of Arabic grammar, in 1003 verse couplets View picture(s)

19 IBN MALIK (Silvestre de SACY, ed.).
Alfiyya ou La quintessence de la grammaire Arabe, ... publié en original, avec un commentaire, ...
Paris, printed by the Imprimerie Royale; London, Oriental Translation Fund (sold by Parbury, Allen & Co.), 1833. 8vo. Modern half calf in early 19th-century style, gold-tooled spine with red morocco label, marbled sides (blue and grey spots over raked red and ochre veins) and matching marbled edges, with a blind roll where the calf meets the marbled paper. With the red binder’s ticket of Period Bookbinders in Bath, established in the 1960s. With Ibn Malik’s Arabic text, including its own Arabic title-page, opening like an Arabic book with the pages progressing from right to left, and Sacy’s commentary, with the general title-page in French, opening like a Western book with the pages progressing from left to right, so that the book can be opened from either side. The French title-page has the Oriental Translation Society’s steel-engraved sunrise device with their motto, “ex oriente lux”. Set in roman and Arabic types with incidental italic. VIII, 254, [2 blank]; 143, [1 blank] pp. Full description >>

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Herbarium containing about 250 original botanical specimens, many of oriental plants

Herbarium containing about 250 original botanical specimens, many of oriental plants Herbarium containing about 250 original botanical specimens, many of oriental plants Herbarium containing about 250 original botanical specimens, many of oriental plants Herbarium containing about 250 original botanical specimens, many of oriental plants Herbarium containing about 250 original botanical specimens, many of oriental plants View picture(s)

20 JAUBERT, Hippolyte François.
[Herbarium].
[Paris (collected in Egypt, Abyssinia, China, the Americas, New Caledonia and elsewhere), ca. 1840-ca. 1868]. The leaves with specimens are loosely inserted in 42 (mostly dark blue) paper folders, the whole kept in a contemporary ferrous metal chest with built-in lock (key also present), painted with a light brown wood-grain pattern (34 x 32 x 50 cm). About 250 pressed and dried botanical specimens, mounted on paper leaves (mostly about 42 x 26 cm), some with partly printed and others with manuscript labels. With a signed autograph letter from Jaubert in Grenoble to the Italian botanist Eugène de Reboul in Florence, a photographic portrait of Jaubert, a green painted ferrous metal collecting canister (10 x 14 x 36 cm, with a hinged opening, painted with conifer branches, a bird and Greek key ornamental bands) and a wooden plant press with leather and metal fittings (29 x 22.5 x 5 cm). Full description >>

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