Turkey and the Turks

By: Ferriman, Z. Duckett

Price: NZ$145.00

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Book Condition: Fair with no dust jacket

Spine worn, with 3" split to cloth at tail of front joint, several 1" splits in rear joint. Spine cloth rubbed and faded with tears and chips. Internally good. Two plate leaves detached. ; Uncommon. This copy with signature of the author's son, "Gordon Doddridge Ferriman / July 19th 1916." Also another family member's name and address, "H. Z.D. Ferriman, Ashburton." "ix, [1], 334 pages + [6], 32 pages advertisements + 16 plate leaves. Red cloth boards with gilt lettering and decoration on spine, white lettering and crescent and star illustration on front board. Page dimensions: 220 x 135mm. "The illustrations of scnes out of the track of ordinary travel are from photographs by Mr. F. W. Hasluck, of King's College, Cambridge, Assistant Director of the British School at Athens" - from the Foreword. Contents: Turkey; The Turks; The Harem; Domestic Slavery; The Turk and his Faith; Mosques and Tekkehs; Family Events; The Serai; Dress; Turkish Homes. Illustrations: A Leaf from an Indicator; Entering Nicaea (Isnik); Turkish Ladies in Walking Dress; Interior of a Turbeh; Portal of Medresseh at Kara Hissar; Haram of Bayazidich Mosque, Stamboul; Mosque of Rustem Pasha, showing Mimbar and Mihrab; Going for a Walk, Constantinople; Yeni Valideh Mosque, Built 1665; Ladies Wearing Yashmak; The Wayside; Anatolia; In the Heart of Stamboul; A Street in Magnesia; Typical Houses; A Quiet Corner, Broussa; Public Letter Writers, Constantinople

Title: Turkey and the Turks

Author Name: Ferriman, Z. Duckett

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Mills & Boon: (1911)

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fair with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 20541