Ottoman Empire, Turks, Turkish
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Paris: Gallimard, 1994. Paperback. 176p., a small, sumptuously color-illustrated item printed on topnotch paperstock and securely paperbound in 7x5 inch cardstock wraps; a very nice copy, sound, clean and unmarked. Reproduces classic images, of course, but also supplies artists' renderings such as cut-away diagrams; text entirely in French. Descouvertes Gallimard; histoire.
Peje: Dukagjini, 1996. Paperback. 49p., xvi, 110p., wraps, illus., wraps worn, offsetting from wraps on first and last blanks, else good condition. Text in Albanian. Biblioteka Fryma ,15. Consists of facsimile reprints of "Naim Frashëri" by Lumo Skendo and "Naim Frashërit vjershëtorit dh' edukatorit kombëtar". Naim Frasheri was an Albanian.....
Ankara: Turk Tarih Kurumu Basimevi, 1999. Paperback. ix, 195p., paperbound in glossy 9x6.5 inch decorated wraps. Nice copy; has a couple short pencilled owner's notes on the half-title, no other marks, a clean sound copy. Ataturk Kultur, dil ve Tarih Yuksek Kurumu / Turk Tarih Kurumu Yayinlari. VII. Dizi - Sayi 138.
Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1971. Hardcover. 294p., hardbound first edition in clothbacked boards and dust jacket; there is some light reader's-creasing of the cloth spine, the free endsheet is corner-clipped (removing an ownership name, doubtless), and the dust jacket is a bit edgeworn with a couple short tears. A....
Sarajevo: The Author, 1999. Hardcover. 344p., 8x11.5 inches, pictorial boards, heavily illustrated, very good. Text in English. Illustrated throughout with old postcards and photographs, this book summons up the Sarajevo of the 19th century and up until WWI. Worth buying a coffee table to put this book on it.
Leiden-Koln: E. J. Brill, 1959. Paperback. 292p., softbound in 9.5x6 inch plain printed green wraps, textblock largely unopened. Mild signs of age and handling, title leaf opened a trifle ineptly, an undamaged unmarked copy, quite sound and clean. Handbuch der orientalistik. Abt. I, Band VI, Abschnitt 3.