CRIMEAN WAR - Composite Atlas of 20 linen-backed maps, one linen-backed lithographic plate and one loosely inserted map. Mostly London, various publishers, 1854-55.
Large folio. Contemporary plain cloth-covered boards, rebacked, plate and bound in maps mounted and linen-backed; several maps double-page and finely hand-coloured; wear to binding, otherwise internally in rather good condition.
These maps cover all hotspots of the war, fleet movements on the Black Sea, the Crimean Peninsula, Sebastopol, Skutari with the barracks and hospital, a plan of the battle of Inkerman, Odessa and Perekop, Kherson Bay, and British encampments.