Öz, Tahsin. Turkish Ceramics. ~i~[Anakara], Turkish Press, Broadcasting and Tourist Department, .
Folio. Original cloth-nacked boards with original transparent wrappers, lettered in green; pp. xiii, , 49, 75 splendid plates in black and white and colour, including gold; minimal wear to extremities, otherwise near-fine.
Uncommon first edition. Öz was appointed as the director of Topkapi Palace, which became a museum in 1924 with the approval of the young parliament. He dedicaetd this work in the year of his retirement to the memory of Atatürk.