8°. 120 pp. in Ottoman script with black and white illustrations within text, modern black cloth binding with embossed decoration and gilt lettering on the cover (a small rubbed spot on the title page (old taxation mark?), sporadic small tears, tiny pieces of white margins missing in some pages, light old annotations in pencil in Ottoman script, in general in a good condition).
A rare geographic book in Ottoman script, richly illustrated with black and white photographs and maps, describes Asia, with separate chapters on China, Japan, Korea, Indochinese Peninsula, India and South East Asia.
Abdülkadir Sadi was an author of Turkish geography and history books and participated at the making of modern atlas of Turkey in 1928.
We could not find any institutional copies.