Singapore: Heinemann Asia, (c. 1981). 1st ed. Paperback. photos, index, x, 186p. Softcover in original wrapper. 22cm.
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Tokyo [etc.]: Kodansha International, Ltd., (1981). 2nd printing. Hardcover. photos (many color), index, xi, 427p. Original brown cloth. dj (non-price corner clipped on flap). 30cm.
[Tokyo?]: Dated Feb. 14, 1906. Paperback. Single sheet folded to form a rather small and narrow -page pamphlet. Probably trimmed along right side. Foxing and some general wear (including a small hole). Signed in type at end by Benjamin Chappell as President and Gilbert Bowles as Secretary.
Madras: Ganesh, 1925. Hardcover. 92p. Original black cloth. Mounted title-labels. dj. 20cm. Front panel of jacket missing a good-sized chip. Foxing (mostly on first few leaves). Asian religions and Christian efforts at conversion.
Kuala Lumpur: Printed by The Economy Printers, (1972). 2nd ed. Paperback. xx, 55p. Softcover in original wrapper. 24cm. INSCRIBED on title-page by Dawson.
Yokohama: Max Nossler; London: Probsthain, n.d. [Preface to this ed. dated 1905]. 2nd ed. [so stated on title-page]. Hardcover. illustrations (some color, 1 folding), photos, 2 folding maps, xvi, 386p. Pictorial red cloth, with gilt lettering. Recased with new endpapers. 24cm. Jacket chipped at ends of backstrip and also at...
New York: American Anthropological Society, n.d. [19--?]. Hardcover. photos, xvi, 386p. Original yellow and black cloth. 24cm. No Jacket. Backstrip somewhat soiled. Ends of backstrip and corners scuffed. Rear joint splitting at top. No jacket. Prostitution. Has Preface for Third edition.
Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1959. Paperback. vii, 155p. Wrapper. 25cm. Text lightly browned. German text. Studien zur Japanologie; band I.
Wake: Montrose Press, (c. 1947). Hardcover. frontis, photos, 33p. Hardcover. dj. 18cm. Light wear. INSCRIBED on endpaper by Dillaway.
London: Hogarth, 1880. Hardcover. 17p. (Introduction) followed by 15 plates. Text page interleaved after each plate describing each plate. Unbound in cloth portfolio (later tape reinforcement around backstrip). Tied (lacks one of the three ties). Folio (52cm.). Ex library copy (call number on backstrip, two stamps on title-page, and a....
Kyoto: n.d. [1923?]. Paperback. 23p. Wrapper. 19cm. Light wear.
Kyoto: n.d. [1924?]. Paperback. 22p. Wrapper. 19cm. Light browning & wear.
Yokohama: Printed by the Japan Gazette Co., Ltd., 1915. Paperback. , -116p. Small softcover periodical. No separate wrapper. 12cm. Light wear only. An "Amateur Press" oddity. Dryden, who lists his mailing address as c/o Thos. Cook & Son, Bombay, India, appears to have been a member of the British Amateur...
Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1908. 1st ed. Hardcover. 2 vols. frontises, photos, folding map, index, xviii, 317, viii, 360p. plus 32p. publisher's advertisements dated 6/08 at end of Vol. I. Original green cloth. 21cm. Bindings don't match -- ribbed cloth on Vol. I; smooth cloth in a slightly different shade of...
Geneve: Minkoff Reprint, 1974. Hardcover. index, xiii, 725p. Original green binding. No jacket. 22cm. Reprint of the 1934 edition.
Tokyo: Maruzen Company, 1927. Hardcover. , 313p. Original green cloth. 16cm. Moderate scuffing and wear. No jacket. INSCRIBED on endpaper ("Ishida Presented by the author April 13, 1935"). Fiction, poetry, and essays. Eills, formerly a Unitarian minister in Massachusetts, apparently came to Japan with a daughter who was in the...
Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company, (c. 1976). 3rd Printing. Paperback. index, xiv, 420p. Wrapper. 19cm. INSCRIBED on title-page by Emmerson.
1950. Paperback. Original wrappers. 26cm. Moderate cover soil. Wear at ends of backstrips. First four issues of this uncommon English-language periodical published 1949-1954.
Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, (1994). Hardcover. index, vi, 156p. Original red cloth. 23cm. Cover lightly scuffed. No Jacket. Studies in the History and Interpretation of Music. Volume 44.
[Tokyo]: . Paperback. Single long sheet folded to form a narrow 12-page brochure. 20cm. Also includes as a separate item: Printed invitation to attend the March 24th Pre-View.
[Tokyo]: 1947. Paperback. Not illustrated. 20p. Wrapper. 19cm. Introductory essay by Muneshige Narasaki. 440 items listed.
Detroit: The Far East Publishing Co., 1908-1909. Each issue in original softcover wrapper. 27cm. Some cover soiling and wear. Good. Adachi Kinnosuke was Proprietor and Editor of this pro-Japanese publication. Printed note dated April 28th, '08 announcing the resurrection of the old "Far East" as "Pacific Era" That name lasted...
Kyoto: Printed by Nippon Photo-Engraving & Printing Co., Ltd., n.d. [Post WWII]. Single sheet. 35 x 53cm. "Kyoto and Vicinity" map on one side and color illustrations advertising various businesses or tourist sights on the other.
Munich: Prestel-Verlag, (c. 1991). Hardcover. frontis, illustrations (almost all colored), 219p. Original gray boards. dj. 28cm. Modest rippling on lower corner of last several pages.
1890. 2 1/4 legal-sized pages. Letter misdated 1990. Folded. Original envelope present (stamped corner missing). Forrest was a yeoman and is writing to his sister in Brooklyn. He mentions that May 10th, the day of their arrival was a gala day because of the wedding of a Japanese prince, describes...