Wien, Mechitharisten-Buchdruckerei, 1909 and 1910.
Thick quarto, two volumes, 1124 and 1213 pages with a total of 191 illustrations and 3 maps plus 50 pages of plates (some folding) and a large folding map.
Cloth slightly rubbed and marked; spines a little sunned; extremities slightly bumped; initial 150 leaves of Band IV a little lightly creased; mild signs of handling; a very good pair.
Not least, Bird, W. H.: 'Some Remarks on the grammatical construction of the Chowie Language as spoken by the Buccaneer Islanders, North-Western Australia'. 'Anthropos' was a 'leading journal in cultural anthropology; focussing on Anthropology of Religion, Economic and Social Anthropology, Culture History, Linguistics [and] cover[ing] all continents with contributions in French, German, English, Italian, etcetera' [Trove website]. With the ownership stamps of The Royal Geographical Society of Australasia.