London: Faber and Faber, (c. 1984). Hardcover. photos, map, index, 205p. dj. 25cm. Minor edge-wear.
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London: HMSO, 1969. 2nd impression with additions. Hardcover. lxxv, 1045p. Cloth. dj. 24cm. Edited by Rohan Butler and J.P.T. Bury.
London: Seeley, Service & Co., 1923. 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis, maps (one folding), index, 321p. Original orange cloth. 22cm. Backstrip slightly faded with vertical tear (2cm. ) at top. Minor cover soil. No Jacket. Bookplate (William and Florence Morden).
Moskva: Izd-vo "Nauka," 1981. Paperback. 195p. Wrapper. 22cm. Russian text. History and historiography of modern China.
London: Chapman & Hall, 1918. 4th edition. Hardcover. 2 vols. illustrations, photos, indexes, xxiv, 270, [xxv]-xxxviii, -506p. Original green cloth. 22cm. Minor foxing on page edges.
San Francisco: 1927. 2nd edition. Paperback. illustrations (black & white), 26p. Softcover in original yellow wrapper. 21cm. Light cover soil. "1927" written in ink on front cover. Portion of publication data circled in ink on title-page Faint vertical crease.
Taipei: National Palace Museum, 1983. Paperback. photos (some color), approx. 140 unnumbered pages. Softcover in original warpper. 25cm. Front cover creased. Split at top of backstrip reglued. Text in Chinese and English.
Marion, Indiana: Debra Kneal Hadley, 1984. 1st ed. Paperback. color illustrations, 99p. Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm. Chatty two-page letter from the author (signing as "Debbie") to a friend/colleague laid in.
London: Robert Hall [Printed by Techpearl Printing Ltd.], (c. 1989). Hardcover. color illustrations, 151p. Original gray boards. dj. 29cm. Jacket has only minor wear along top edge. 130 entries, nicely photographed and described, and apparently offered for sale by Hall -- no printed prices in this volume -- prices must...
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1952. Paperback. xi, 393p. Softcover in original wrapper. 26cm. Harvard-Yenching Institute Studies, Volume VII. Minor cover wear (including a repaired chip). Pencil correction of a minor typographical error on page 349. SIGNED on title-page by the editor.
London: Han-Shan Tang, 1989. Paperback. index, (102) unnumbered pages. Softcover in original wrapper. 30cm. Bookseller's catalog.
Nashua, NH: 1913. 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis, photos, 148p. 20cm. No Jacket. SIGNED by Harris (his card also mounted on endpaper). Letters which first appeared in the "Nashua Daily Telegraph" describing the author's impressions of Egypt, India, Burma, China & Japan.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, (1998). 1st ed. Hardcover. Illustrated (b & w), index, xvii, 164p. plus black & white plates. Original black cloth. dj. 26cm.
Heidelberg: Carl Winter's Universitatsbuchhandlung, 1902. Paperback. xix, 83p. Original wrapper. 23cm. Light browning and soil on cover. German text. Materialien zu einer Geschichte de Sprachen und Litteraturen des Vorderen Orients, Hft. 2.
New York: Arno Press, 1970. Hardcover. frontis (portrait), photos, folding map, index, xxx, 478p. Original blue cloth. 22cm. No Jacket. Russia Observed (Arno series of reprints). Reprint of the 1904 New York edition which was subtitled: Being an Account of Investigations Among the Natives and Russian Convicts of the Island...
New York: Fleming H. Revell, (c. 1909). Hardcover. frontis, photos, illustrations, index, 372p. Original yellow-orange cloth. 21cm. Lacks front free endpaper. Ends of backstrip rubbed. Modest rubbing and wear on backstrip. No jacket. Headland states in the Preface that his wife had served as physician to the family of the...
San Francisco: 1905. Paperback. 255p. Softcover. No separate wrapper present. 23cm. Ex lib. (The Balch Institute). Outer leaves somewhat worn. Staples heavily rusted; contents otherwise sound. Ng emigrated to the United States in the 1980s and later published Chinese language newspapers in California.
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1926. 1st Amer. ed. Hardcover. 32 photos on 16 plates (including frontis), folding map, index, xvi, 283p. Orange cloth. 21cm. Backstrip faded. Cover slightly warped. Bookplate (William and Florence Morden). No Jacket.
Prague: Octopus Books, (1978). Hardcover. illustrations, 71p. plus about 95 unnumbered pages of color illustrations (of 115 watercolors). Original light brown cloth. dj. This English-language edition was translated by Till Gottheinerova and revised by Natalie Graham and Derek French.
A miscellany of material. Appears to have been taped in a scrapbook as most have yellowed tape remnants (trimmed) at corners. There are several photos of scenes and peoples in China. Hinchliff appears to have been trained as an Aerographer's Mate at Lakehurst, NJ.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1923. Hardcover. frontis, xx, 20p. followed by 152 plates, split about evenly between color and black & white. with tissue interleaving with printed information present for all plates. 1/4 vellum (or is it Japanese vellum) with batik-style paper-covered boards. 28cm. Modest cover soil and wear...
n.p. . Paperback. 15-page pamphlet (pp. 253-267). Original wrapper. 26cm. Moderate wear. Offprint from Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 67, No. 4 (Oct.-Dec., 1947).
New York: John Day Company, (c. 1937). 1st ed. Hardcover. photos, index, x, 366p. Original red-brown cloth. dj. 28cm. Jacket chipped and rather worn along edges and folds.
Cambridge: Center for International Studies, MIT, September 1954. Paperback. 103p. Purple ditto sheets in a library card binder. 29cm. Ex lib. Printed on one side. Communist Bloc Program, China Project, B/54-10.
Boston: Chinese Service Bureau, (c. 1937). Hardcover. frontis (portrait), 96p. dj. 16cm. Jacket moderately worn. Foxing on endpapers. SIGNED by Hsieh (in English and Chinese characters). Epigrams and poems from many sources.