Short Trip in Hungary and Transylvania, a : In the Spring of 1862

By: Ansted, David Thomas

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Condition: Fair with no dust jacket

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252 pages; 8vo (8") 21 cm; Ex-Library; Hardcover, dark purple blindstamped cloth, pale yellow endpapers, [xii] + 252 pages, footnotes, topical headers on every page. ; David Thomas Ansted (1814-1880) was professor of geology at King's College, London, and world famous for identifying veins of gold and other mineral resources. ; Topics include: Natural history, mineral resources, recent political history of Hungary summarized. Vienna to the Maros Valley. Deva to the Zsil Valley. Vulkan pass. Gold field. Coal field. Hungarian and Wallachian populations. Valley of Hatzeg. Dacians and Romans. Iron mines. Lead mines. Beech forests. Hydropathic establishments. Oravicza coal and iron. Railroad to Funfkirchen. Mohacs to Pesth. Cities of Buda and Pesth. Gran coal field. More. ; We have graded this item Fair. Edges worn. Ornate b/w library label on front endpaper dated 1875 and stamped Discarded, library tag and pockette on rear endpaper, otherwise only a few small library marks. Backstrip mostly missing. Text pages clean, binding tight. Quite scarce.

Title: Short Trip in Hungary and Transylvania, a : In the Spring of 1862

Author Name: Ansted, David Thomas

Location Published: William H. Allen & Company: 1862

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fair with no dust jacket

Item: 0.60 lbs

Categories: History

Seller ID: 23943

Keywords: budapest, coal industry, geology, gold, hungarian history, hungary, iron industry, magyar, minerals, mines & mining