In the Forbidden Land: an Account of a Journey Into Tibet. Capture by the Tibetan Lamas and Soldiers, Imprisonment, Torture and Ultimate Release Brought about by Dr. Wilson and the Political Peshkar Karak Sing-Pal. A. Henry Savage Landor.

In the Forbidden Land: an Account of a Journey Into Tibet. Capture by the Tibetan Lamas and Soldiers, Imprisonment, Torture and Ultimate Release Brought about by Dr. Wilson and the Political Peshkar Karak Sing-Pal

Hardcover, New York: Harper & Brothers, 1899. First American Edition. Quarto, pp. Xvi, 307, xii, 250. Two Volumes. Volume 1: Frontispiece photogravure of the author, 4 color plates, 18 black and white plates, 132 illustrations in the text. Volume 2: Frontispiece color portrait of the Tokchim Tarjum, 3 more color plates, 27 black and white plates, 107 illustrations in the text, appendix, fold-out map. Both volumes bound in publisher's green cloth with gold, brown, and black decorations, top page edges gilded. Bumping to ends of spine and rubbing to covers and spines on both volumes. Titles bright. Volume 1 rear gutter slightly cracked. Fold out map has 4 inch tear along a horizontal crease. Landor was a British explorer and artist who traveled the world in the late 1800s; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 557 pages. [Item #77244]

Price: $140.00

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