The Royal Road; The Progress of Iranians in Constructing Roads and Post Stations
[Tehran]: [Iranian Government], 1997. Magazine. Unpaginated, perhaps eighty pages total of which 20p. are devoted to the topic per title, the remainder being tourist and investment toutings; both the essay on ancient roadbuilding and the ads are on coated paperstock and heavily photoillustrated in color. Softbound in magazine format, 11x8.5 inch glossy wraps, spine is a little abraded with a 1.5 inch tear at the head, careless storage has left the entire magazine with a mildly curved bend across the tail, no markings of any kind, all in all a very good copy. Photography and presswork are very professional. No copies are listed in OCLC.
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