The Fuller Collection of Pacific Artifacts
London, Lund Humphries, 1971.
Quarto, xvi, 360 pages with hundreds of illustrations from photographs and a tipped-in colour portrait of Captain Fuller, plus endpaper maps.
Gilt-decorated cloth; gilt decoration discoloured; rear cover lightly rubbed; top edge very slightly marked; a very good copy with the price-clipped dustwrapper sunned about the spine, and a little chipped and torn (with indifferent repairs from behind).
'Although the Fuller Collection is pan-Pacific ..., its three main segments are derived from Polynesia, Melanesia and Australia. The areas most amply represented - and, consequently, those treated most extensively in this volume - are New Zealand and the Solomon Islands' (dustwrapper blurb).