Lot 83 of 312:
Robertson's India 1791, uncommon Irish edition with maps  

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Estimate:
$300 - $500

Title:
An Historical Disquisition Concerning The Knowledge which the Ancients had of India; and the Progress of Trade with that Country prior to the Discovery of the passage to it by the Cape of Good Hope...
Author:
Robertson, William
Place:
Dublin
Publisher:
Printed by John Ershaw for Messrs. G. Burnet, et al.
Date:
1791
Description:

[4], vi, [2], 349, [14] pp. 2 folding maps. 8¼x5, period speckled calf, spine ruled in gilt, morocco label.

Irish edition published the same year as the London first edition, usually found without the two folding maps, making this edition with maps uncommon.

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Rubbing to exterior and extremities, with several small gouges to back cover; head of spine chipped;some light toning and soiling; overall very good.
 
Item number:
306648
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