118pp. A miniature guide to the attractions of London, with the hours and admission cost listed for each, and brief descriptions of the attractions and their history. A few of these inclue Burford's Panorama, which featured views that changed every few months, the British Museum, Vauxhall Gardens, and the Thames Tunnel. The book also includes lists of bazaars, "remarkable churches," statues, and more. Pages 103-118 are advertisements for some of the publisher's other titles. Rare. Bound in brown morocco with decorative gilt-stamped borders to the covers. Some light wear to corners and spine ends, slight split starting between the first and second signatures, else near fine. A.e.g. (Welsh 2330, Spielmann 120-121). (1 5/8 by 1 1/4; 49x32mm). Bookseller Inventory #
Title: The Diamond Guide to the Sights of London
Publisher: Harris Brothers
Publication Date: 1850
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