Geography 19th century World maps & illustrations 1868-90 lot 5 booksBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
[Textbooks, 19th Century Geography Books, Book for Students, Primers].
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All books contain a profusion of illustrations & maps.
Cornell's Intermediate Geography, by S.S. Cornell.
Published 1868, New York by D. Appleton and Co.
The Common-School Geography: An Elementary Treatise on Mathematical, Physical, and Political Geography, by D.M. Warren.
Published 1871, Philadelphia by Cowperthwait & Co.
Our World No. 2, Or Second Series of Lessons in Geography, by Mary L. Hall.
Published 1873, Boston by Ginn Brothers.
An Elementary Treatise on Physical Geography, To Which is Added a Brief Description of the Physical Phenomena of the United States, by D.M. Warren.
Published 1890, Philadelphia by Cowperthwait and Co.
A School Geography, Embracing a Mathematical, Physical, and Political Description of the Earth, by A. von Steinwehr.
Published 1877, Cincinnati by Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co.
128 pages plus appendices.
Lot of five (5) 19th century Geography textbooks published for students.
The geographies each contain a profusion of maps and images, engraved illustrations often accompany the text. All bound in 1/4 period leather and illustrated paper covered bindings as typical and issued.
Typical signs of age, handling and useage, various flaws, but still appealing and pleasing overall individually and as a lot.
Books measure: 12 1/2" H X 10 1/4" W.
Set along the shelf measures: 3 1/2".