Northland Journeys, Part I (page 1/2)

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[picture: Front Cover, Northland Journeys]

Pictures from Nordland-Fahrten Erste Abtheilung by Francis Bronel, Dr Hans Hoffmann, and Richard Oberländer, second edition.

The copy i have of this book, approximately 9×13 inches (230x325mm) in size, has a hand-wrtiten inscription inside the front cover dated 1888, so the book was obviously issued before then; i found a bookseller’s catalogue listing it as being from 1881. But that might have been the first edition.

The book is a folio, approximately 33cm (13 inches) tall. There were originally several volumes in the series; i have seen at least three for sale online now. This one, i bought in Prague in 2019, i think either at Antikvariát Dlážděná or at Ztichlá Klika, both in the Old Town.

Title: Northland Journeys, Part I

Author: Bronel, Francis, Dr Hans Hoffmann, and Richard Oberländer

Published by: Ferdinand Hirt & Sohn

City: Leipzig, Germany

Date: 1881

Total items: 3

Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

Some sample images

[picture: Edinburgh from Calton Hill]

Edinburgh from Calton Hill

Edinburgh von Calton Hill aus gesehen [more...] [$]

[picture: Front Cover, Northland Journeys]

Front Cover, Northland Journeys

The text on the bright red cover reads as follows, in gold letters (the title filled in with blue): [more...] [$]

[picture: Ross Island, Killaney]

Ross Island, Killaney

The ruined castle reflected in the water here is Ross Castle. [more...] [$]


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Pictures from Nordland-Fahrten Erste Abtheilung by Francis Bronel, Dr Hans Hoffmann, and Richard Oberländer, second edition.

The copy i have of this book, approximately 9×13 inches (230x325mm) in size, has a hand-wrtiten inscription inside the front cover dated 1888, so the book was obviously issued before then; i found a bookseller’s catalogue listing it as being from 1881. But that might have been the first edition.

The book is a folio, approximately 33cm (13 inches) tall. There were originally several volumes in the series; i have seen at least three for sale online now. This one, i bought in Prague in 2019, i think either at Antikvariát Dlážděná or at Ztichlá Klika, both in the Old Town.


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