Amsterdam, Jean louis de Lorme, 1711. 500/700
3 volumes in-4° of -279 ; 454 ; 254- pages, brown calf, gilt arms on the boards, spine ribbed and decorated (period binding).
Famous relations, written with great charm and pleasure. The travels are illustrated with a frontispiece portrait by Chardin, a folding map, 3 large pictorial bands and 78 engraved plates, most of them folding, showing the Persian cities, the reception feast of the author in Teflis, the caravanserai of Cachan, the ancient tombs of the ancient kings, ruins of Persepolis, etc., etc.
These three journeys undertaken in 1665 are of great importance for the history of Persia and Armenia.
3 plates and 12 leaves burnt with missing text, some plates torn without missing, binding worn. (Brunet I, 1802) (Chadenat, 35) (Boucher de la Richarderie, IV, 451).
EXAMPLE WITH THE ARMS OF EUSEBE-JACQUES CHASPOUX, MARQUIS DE VERNEUIL, count of Loches, baron du Roulet, ordinary counsellor of the king's councils, ordinary secretary of the chamber and of the cabinet, introducer of ambassadors. (O.H.R., pl. 2200).