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Constantinople and the scenery of the seven churches of Asia Minor, illustrated. In a series of drawings from nature by Thomas Allom. With an historical account of Constantinople, and descriptions of the plates, by the Rev. Robert Walsh

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Allom, Thomas 1804-1872  Search this
Walsh, R (Robert) 1772-1852  Search this
Hervé, Francis  Search this
Leitch, William Leighton 1804-1883  Search this
Smyth, Coke  Search this
Adlard, Henry  Search this
Barber, Thomas fl. 1818-1846  Search this
Bentley, Joseph Clayton 1809-1851  Search this
Capone, W. H.  Search this
Cousen, John 1804-1880  Search this
Findlay, A (Alexander) 1790-1870  Search this
Former owner:
Hewitt, Sarah 1859-1930 DSI  Search this
Physical description:
2 v., [96] leaves of plates. fronts., illus., 2 maps 28 cm
Pictorial works
Balkan Peninsula
Istanbul (Turkey)
Date of publication supplied from NUC pre-56, v. 10, p. 69.
Volume 1 is called "first series"; v. 2 is "second series".
Plates illustrated and engraved by a number of different artists; some of the illustrators include F. Hervé, W.L. Leitch, and Coke Smyth, as well as Allom; some of the engravers include H. Adlard, T. Barber, J.C. Bentley, W.H. Capone, and J. Cousen, among others.
The maps were drawn and engraved by Alexander Findlay & Son.
Each v. has an added illustrated and engraved title leaf.
Collation of each v.: v. 1. [4], xxxvi, 84 p., [46] leaves of plates; v. 2. [4], 100 p., [50] leaves of plates (including a map printed on double leaves, counted as 2 leaves of plates). Each plate is accompanied by a blank tissue guardsheet.
Includes index.
Description and travel  Search this
Call number:
DR427 .A55 1838
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries