Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1879. First Edition. Large quarto in 3/4 brown marble with burgundy leather; VG; 6 band embossed spine with gold gilt; boards show some amount of shelf wear around corners and spine and slight soiling; small sticker inside front board; previous owner's signatures on ffep; strong binding; paper slightly faded and plates clean; contains 190 lithographs of patterns and 10 color lithographs (1 with gold lining); Jules Bourgoin traveled to Damascus in 1875 and came upon 150 plates which he could not acquire but reproduced and elaborated upon; 47 pages of text in French; shelved in Case 7.
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Riyadh, KIngdom of Saudi Arabia: King Abdulaziz Public Library, 1996. First Edition. Quarto, 244/288 pages; VG/VG, VG/VG-; spines are green with gray lettering; dust jackets of both volumes are in mylar coverings, have minimal shelf wear, jacket of volume two has a small closed tear on the bottom gutter corner on the front cover; bindings and pages clear; profusely illustrated; shelved Front Table.
Kyoto, Japan: Senshoku to Seikatsusha, 1975. First Edition, First Printing. Folio, 76 pages and 104 plates; VG/G+; spine white with black lettering; dust jacket has some chipping and wear to edges, particularly head of spine, large chip missing to upper fore corner of front cover; interior clean; profusely illustrated; shelved front table or alcove.
New York: Interlink Books, 1988. First American Edition. Quarto, 144 pages; VG/VG; spine red and black rug patterned with black labels and white lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering; mild wear to head of spine, small scratch to front cover; INSCRIBED by Eagleton on ffep; shelved front table.
Tehran, Iran: Yassavoli Publications, 2000. Third Edition. Folio, unpaginated, VG/VG; spine is white with gold lettering; dust jacket has minor wear along the top and bottom edges, with occasional small closed tears; binding has minimal shelf wear; profusely illustrated with tipped in gilt plates; text is in Arabic, English, German, and French; shelved front table.