London: Macmillan, 1874. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. In two volumes. Octavo. pp. xi, 463; viii, 491. Brown end-papers. In publisher's green leather-effect cloth with gilt titles to spines. Wear to all edges and corners; slight reading leans. Barely-legible black ink prize inscription to front free end-paper of vol. I dated 1877. Pencil inscription to front free end-paper of vol. II. Guttering of vol. I end-papers split. Occasional light spotting. Good overall. A hugely experienced Austrian diplomat and seasoned traveller, the Baron (later Count) de Hubner embarked on a series of expeditions around the globe for the purposes of travel writing. This collection contains travels in America, Japan and China, being originally published in French as 'Promenade au Tour du Monde' in 1871. Item #46002
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