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Sotheby's: The Ottoman World: The Library of: Sefik E. Atabey;
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About this Item: Sotheby's, 2002. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. 246; 238; 233 pp., illustrated; 4to; stiff pictorial card wrappers. Profusely illustrated, the 1,629 lots in three volumes cover a vast period of Ottoman and Turkish history and culture, including the conquest of Egypt; the Persian wars; conflicts in Hungary and Transylvania; relations with the Austrian Empire; the Greek Revolution; Ottoman attempts to control the shores of the Mediterranean; as well as numerous costume books, and much more. With an ink notation on cover and half-title of Vol. I indicating that this collection was being sold by Percy Barnevik (the former chairman and CEO of Swedish engineering giant ABB, to whom Atabey earlier sold his collection en bloc). Fine copies. Robert S Pirie's copy, with the Reference Library booklabel on the inside covers. Seller Inventory # 1714

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ATABEY, SEFIK E.

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About this Item: London: Sotheby's, 2002., London:, 2002. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. ATABEY, SEFIK E. The Ottoman world. The Library of Sefik E. Atabey. With a supplement. Sotheby's London, 28-29-30 May 2002. [Auction catalogue]. Volume I: A-G. London: Sotheby's, 2002. 4to., volume 1 (246 p.), color ills. Paperback. Fine ISBN: CATALOG: Reference KEYWORDS: book Map Manuscripts Collection Travel memories Ottoman culture Istanbul - Constantinople Ottoman cities Auction Byzantium. Seller Inventory # 60586

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ATABEY, SEFIK E.

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About this Item: London: Sotheby's, 2002., London:, 2002. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. ATABEY, SEFIK E. The Ottoman world. The Library of Sefik E. Atabey. With a supplement. Sotheby's London, 28-29-30 May 2002. [Auction catalogue]. Volume III: Se-Z and Supplement. London: Sotheby's, 2002. 4to., volume 3 (234 p.), color ills. Paperback. Fine ISBN: CATALOG: Reference KEYWORDS: book Map Manuscripts Collection Travel memories Ottoman culture Istanbul - Constantinople Ottoman cities Auction Byzantium. Seller Inventory # 60587

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ATABEY (Sefik E.)

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About this Item: Sotheby's, 2002. 3 Vols., 4to, 246; 238; 234pp., prices realized loosely inserted, orig. decorated stiff wrappers, 1629 lots. Seller Inventory # 36425

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SEFIK E. ATABEY, (1894-1980).

Published by Bernard J. Shapero, London (1998)

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About this Item: Bernard J. Shapero, London, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Limited Edition. Original red decorative bdg. HC. Folio. 2 volumes set: ([8], 372, [4 ]; II: [4] p.; 373-757, [3] pp.), color ills. The Ottoman world. The Sefik E. Atabey Collection. Books, manuscripts and maps. 2 volumes set. 750 copies were printed. A comprehensive catalogue of Sefik E. Atabey's remarkable collection of books, manuscripts and maps prior to 1854 relating to the Ottoman Empire and the Middle East, with each work carefully described and annotated. The catalogue is an important addition to the reference literature, supplementing Navari's Greece and the Levant: the Catalogue of the Henry Myron Blackmer Collection (London: 1989), and is particularly interesting for the number of works from celebrated libraries - including those of Britwell Court, the duc de La Rochefoucauld at Roche-Guyon, the Duke of Portland, the Duke of Marlborough, the Earls Fitzwilliam, Charles X of France, and Czar Nicholas I of Russia; a number of these are in armorial bindings, which are illustrated and referenced in a separate index of provenances, making the work a most useful resource. Seller Inventory # 043697

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ATABEY, Sefik E. -- Leonora NAVARI.

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About this Item: 1998. London: Bernard J. Shapero, 1998. Folio (335 x 235mm), 2 volumes. Original red boards, lettered and decorated in gilt, light-brown endpapers; pp. I: [8], 372, [4 (blank)]; II: [4], 373-757, [3 (blank)]; colour-printed illustrations in the text, many full-page; a fine set. First and only edition, limited to 750 sets. A comprehensive catalogue of Sefik E. Atabey's remarkable collection of books, manuscripts and maps prior to 1854 relating to the Ottoman Empire and the Middle East, with each work carefully described and annotated. The catalogue is an important addition to the reference literature, supplementing Navari's Greece and the Levant: the Catalogue of the Henry Myron Blackmer Collection (London: 1989), and is particularly interesting for the number of works from celebrated libraries -- including those of Britwell Court, the duc de La Rochefoucauld at Roche-Guyon, the Duke of Portland, the Duke of Marlborough, the Earls Fitzwilliam, Charles X of France, and Czar Nicholas I of Russia; a number of these are in armorial bindings, which are illustrated and referenced in a separate index of provenances, making the work a most useful resource. Seller Inventory # 2063123

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ATABEY, Sefik E. Leonora NAVARI.

Published by London: Bernard J. Shapero, 1998. (1998)

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About this Item: London: Bernard J. Shapero, 1998., 1998. 2 volumes, folio (335 x 235mm), pp. I: [8], 372, [4 (blank)]; II: [4], 373-757, [3 (blank)]; colour-printed illustrations in the text, many full-page; original red boards, lettered and decorated in gilt, light-brown endpapers; a fine set.First and only edition, limited to 750 sets. A comprehensive catalogue of Sefik E. Atabey's remarkable library of some 1,370 pre-1854 books, manuscripts, and maps relating to the Ottoman Empire and the Middle East. Each item is carefully described and annotated, and the catalogue is supplemented by indices of authors, editors, artists, engravers, binders, and subscribers; selected places and subject; and the titles of anonymous publications.The work is an important addition to the reference literature on the subject, and can be considered complementary to Navari's earlier Greece and the Levant: the Catalogue of the Henry Myron Blackmer Collection (London: 1989). The collection (which was sold en bloc in the late 1990s) was particularly notable for the number of works it contained from celebrated libraries, including those of Britwell Court, the duc de La Rochefoucauld at Roche-Guyon, the Duke of Portland, the Duke of Marlborough, the Earls Fitzwilliam, Charles X of France, and Czar Nicholas I of Russia (a number in fine armorial bindings), which are identified in the separate index of provenances. Language: English. Seller Inventory # G1067

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