Lot 013Beş KitapMektuplarla Osmanlı ve
batılılar, İsveç, Polonya
Prof. Dr. Orhan Köprülü Koleksiyonu
A/ Fabricius, The Genuine letters of Baron Fabricius, envoy from his Serene Highness the Duke Administrator of Holstein to Charles XII of Sweden. London, T. Becket and P. A. Dehondt, MDCCLXI , xxviii, 316 s. Döneminin cildinde.
B/ John Galt, Letters from the levant; containing views of the state of society, manners, opinions and commerce, in Greece, and several of the principal islands of the Archipelago. Inscribed to the Prince Koslovsky. London, T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1813, xvi, 366 s. Döneminin cildinde.
C/ John Laing, An Account of a voyage to Spitzbergen; containing a full description of that country, of zoology of the north, and of the Shetland Isles; account of the whale fishery. With an appendix, containing some impoartant observations on the variations of the compass, & c. by a gentleman of the Navy. London, J. Mawman, 1815. , 171,  s. Döneminin cildinde.
D/ Letters Concerning the Present State of Poland. Together with the manifesto of the Courts of Vienna, Petersburg, and Berlin and the Letters Patent of the King of Prussia. London, T. Payne, 1773. xvi, 36, 64, 96, 140 s. Döneminin cildinde.
E/ Henry James Ross, Letters from the east 1837 - 1857. Edited by his wife Janet Ross, London, J.M Dent & Co., 1902, xiv, 332 s.; 11 planş. Yayıncısının orijinal cildinde.