[OTTOMAN PRINTING / ATLAS / MIMEOGRAPH] Cografya-yi umûmî atlasi. [i.e. Geographical atlas].
HÜSEYIN (Geography teacher and Cavalry connoisseur of Turkish Military High Schools), (19th-20th century).
Mekâtîb-i Rüsdiye-yi Askeriye, Owner: Selâhaddin., Istanbul, [AH 1300] = 1884.
Original 1/4 leather bdg. raised five bands to spine with Ottoman title lettered gilt on the second compartment as 'Atlas', four decorative gilts on others. Art-nouveau embossed borders on boards. Small 4to. (27 x 19,5 cm). In Ottoman script (Turkish with Arabic letters). 27 color (purple, pink, and red-toned) and b/w mimeographed maps (each on two pages) in 200 p. Other parts are blank. Not recorded, unique, and extremely rare atlas with 27 mimeographed full maps by an early Turkish / Ottoman geography teacher and Cavalry connoisseur of Turkish Military High School. Maps of Great Britain, England, Spain, France, other parts of Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Arabian Peninsula, India, etc.