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CODMAN John An American Transport in the Crimean War
CODMAN John An American Transport in the Crimean War

Bonnell, Silver & Co., New York (1896)
198pp + frontispiece. 1st ed., fine in original cloth
The author was the captain of the American transport William Penn which left Marseilles in 1854 with troops and ammunition for the Crimea and sailed between Turkey and the Crimea.
£24.00


UCHASTKINA Zoia Vasil
UCHASTKINA Zoia Vasil'evna A history of Russian hand paper-mills and their watermarks by Zoya Vasil'evna Uchastkina; edited and adapted for publication in English by J. S. G. Simmons

Hilversum, The Paper Publications Society (1962)
297pp + plates. 1st ed., very fine in blue buckram lettered and decorated in gilt.
£350.00


ZADVORNY Leonid Motorists
ZADVORNY Leonid Motorists' Guide to the Soviet Union

Moscow Progress Publishers (1980)
391pp + folding map in rear pocket. 1st ed., clean in original pictorial boards.
Entertaining student's account of 3 week visit to Russia in 1984 on 9 blank end pages in search of beer and girls.
£10.00


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BAREFOOT J. Russia Revenues York 2004 108 large pp. 1st ed., fine in card covers. The standard priced listing for Russian area including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Tuva, Ukraine, etc.
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SOCIETY FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE Moscow. Moskvy S.D.U.K., London 1836 Detailed engraved map of the city with two vignette views of View from Sparrow Hill and Church of the Assumption in the Kremlin. Fine condition with good margins. 14.5 x 13"
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FRANK OVERTON The Russian Outrage. Funeral of Victims. 1904 real photo postcard, fine unused. Also another postcard showing graves of sailors. The Dogger Bank incident (also known as the North Sea Incident, the Russian Outrage or the Incident of Hull) occurred on the night of 21-22 October 1904, when the Russian Baltic Fleet mistook some British trawlers forJapanese Naval torpedo boats and fired on them.
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1881 Finland 10p postal stationery card used to Russia with TAVASTEHUIS cds. Small tear at top.
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