Egypt : handbook for travellers / edited by K. Baedeker.
Egypt and how to see it / illustrated by A.O. Lamplough.
Half-title: Egypt and how to see it, 1907-1908.
Lamplough, A. O. (Augustus O.)
London : Ballantyne
'Written and published under the supervision of the Egyptian State Railways, Cairo. A French edition is published by Hachette et Cie, Paris, and a German Edition by Adolf Sponholtz, Hannover and Leipzig.' - T.p. verso.
Map (1 folded sheet) tipped in.
207p, leaves of plates
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