[ARABIC EDITION OF AESOP'S FABLES] Hurâfât Eizob [i.e. Aesop's fables]. Translated to Arabic by Mustafa al-Saqa and Sayyid Judat Al-Sahar
AESOP, (c. 620-564), Maktabat Misr wa Matbuat, Cairo, 1947.
Contemporary burgundy cloth in Egyptian style, modern white end-papers, lettered gilt on spine in Arabic. Demy 8vo. (22 x 15 cm). In Arabic. , 268,  p., richly illustrated in b/w. Occasionally foxing on pages, several notes in pen, overall a good copy.
Early 20th-century Cairo edition of this rare Arabic translation of Aesop's fables, richly illustrated with offset reproductions of original woodcuts from an early European edition, including 311 tales.
OCLC shows only one copy in the National Library of the Kingdom of Morocco (929685529).