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Russia Harding, Edward The Costume of the Russian Empire. Illustrated by upwards of seventy richly coloured engravings. With colored engravings. Title and 72 colored copper plates in dotted manner by J. Dadley with English and French descriptions. London, T. Bensley for John Stockdale, 1811. Splendid long red maroquin binding with three. Gilt edges, gilt title on spine and verse, gilt D fillets, blind gilt lid borders as well as standing and inner edge verges (somewhat stained, rubbed (outer joints stronger) and bumped, head capital with small defects). Lipperheide Kaa 18th - Colas 702nd - Hiler 192nd - Lowndes II, 530th - The beautiful coppers with depictions of traditional costumes from the Baltic States, Finland, Lapland, Hungary, the Volga peoples, the Tartars, Kyrgyz, Yakuts, Turkmen, Circassians, the inhabitants of Kamchatka, the Aleuts etc. - Tls. somewhat brown stained, good specimen. With coloured engraved title and 72 coloured copper engraving plates by J. Dadley. Each with descriptions in English and French. Gilt and blind stamped red morocco with gilt edges (somewhat stained, rubbed, and bumped, top end of spine with small defets). - Partially somewhat brownstained, good copy. *

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