Sydney, A.H. and A.W. Reed, 1967 (facsimile edition)/ 1847.
Imperial folio, 10 pages plus an additional colour pictorial title page, 60 colour plates each with (at least) one leaf of descriptive text, and facsimile covers of the original ten parts. Loosely inserted is the publisher's signed quality-control certificate.
Half gilt-decorated morocco and marbled papered boards, top edge gilt; slight indentation to the leather on the underside of the leading edge of the front board (a trifling production flaw); essentially a fine copy in the original heavy-duty cardboard packaging (now slightly bumped).
Number 126 of 1000 copies of this high-quality facsimile. The illustrations comprise views of the fledgling city of Adelaide and outlying settlements, the topography, flora and fauna, and the Indigenous people and their lives. Some 22 of the 60 plates (and the accompanying leaves of text) are devoted exclusively to the region's Aborigines; there are numerous portraits (usually four or more to a page), plus groups of artefacts and scenes of daily life from different areas. Aborigines are depicted incidentally on the pictorial title page and in a further five plates.