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London; Oxford University Press, 1962. First English Edition. Hardcover with dj. 565pp. Good condition in a Good jacket. Unclipped jacket moderately shelfworn with some handling grime and fading along spine. Green cloth boards a bit mottled and slightly splayed. Owner name penned to ffep. Dust spots to top edge. Light foxing to endpapers. Otherwise clean, no markings, square and tightly bound. "These are the collected essays and other contributions to Asian studies which Professor Lattimore has written over several decades. He has divided the book into six sections - the Inner Asian Frontier, Sinkiang, Mongolia, Manchuria, and China." (cfm)
THE ARMIES OF ASIA AND EUROPE: EMBRACING OFFICIAL REPORTS ON THE ARMIES OF JAPAN, CHINA, INDIA, PERSIA, ITALY, RUSSIA, AUSTRIA, GERMANY, FRANCE, AND ENGLAND. Accompanied by letters descriptive of a journey from Japan to the Caucasus
New York:D. Appleton and Company. 1878. 1st edition. ix + 446pp. + 1pp ads. Ex-library, with white numbers on spine, small bookplate on inside front board (stamped discard), and a small inkstamp on the title page. No other markings found. Heavy foxing through vii, thereafter light and scattered throughout. Page edges soiled. Blue boards with light soiling and shelfwear as well as an old stain vertically on the front board, as if something dripped down. Binding is tight and hinges intact. Overall a good solid copy.
London:Morgan and Scott. (1907). xxiv +472pp + 8pp. Illustrated, including folding map at rear. Hardcover. Ex-libris with remains of sticker to lower spine edge and remains of a bookplate on the 1st free end-page. No other marks or signatures or stamps found. In very good, clean condition. Some soiling to boards with wear to spine ends. Gilt still bright on cover, dulled on spine. Looks like top of spine may have had an additional sticker at one time. Internally, aside from the remains of the book plate, a very good, clean copy. Binding is tight and hinges intact.
[no place]; [Kobunsha, a.k.a. Hasegawa], [ca. 1886]. Softcover. Illustrated in color. 26 pp. Printed on folded crepe paper leaves. Approximately100mmx150mm. Bound with two silk ties (present). Good condtion. Covers are age toned with some handling grime and deterioration with loss of material in the lower 20mm of front. Spine fabric missing about 50%. Inside is fairly clean with an owner's penned name, scattered spots, handling grime and a couple small dampstains. A fairy tale told in English by translator B.H. Chamberlain, illustrated with lovely color illustrations by Hasegawa, and printed on delicate folded crepe paper. (cfm)
Berkeley, CA; University of California Press, 1937. Gray paper wrappers. Bureau of International Relations Volume 3, No. 2, pp 99-140. Very Good- conditon. Wrapper has three written owner names, sun browning, and a bit of wear and tear. Interior clean and in nice shape, securely bound. This is a separately published extract from a larger work. "Three great nations with territorial possessions bordering Tibet have been rivals for the control of that little state. They are China, Great Britain, and Russia. Why do the governments of these three nations covet the snow capped mountains and the bleak, inhospitable regions of the so called "roof of the world"?" (cfm)
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