GREECE and TURKEY A album of Mediterranean interest comrprising approximately 73 images of Gibraltar, Malta, Egypt, Greece, Turkey, Italy and Switzerland, [c.1885]
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GREECE and TURKEY A album of Mediterranean interest comprising approximately 73 images of Gibraltar, Malta, Egypt, Greece, Turkey, Italy and Switzerland, [c.1885]
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GREECE and TURKEY
A album of Mediterranean interest comprising approximately 73 images of Gibraltar, Malta, Egypt, Greece, Turkey, Italy and Switzerland, albumen prints, images various sizes but typically 200 x 260mm., black half morocco, rubbed, oblong folio (280 x 385mm.), [c.1885]

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  • The principal contents of this album comprise Athens and Piraeus (7); Smyrna (4 including the Cavass of the Greek Consul (illustrated); Corfu; Istanbul (18, the majority signed in the negative by Abdullah frères, and including good street scenes). Other images comprise: Dining saloon of the Victoria; Gibraltar (2); Valetta (2, one signed by H. Agius in the negative); Egypt (11, including Shepherd's Hotel and others signed by Arnoux, Bonfils and L. Fiorillo); Trieste; Venice (10); Italian Lakes and Switzerland (21).
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