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De Preangen-Regentschappen op Java.
Le Preangan dans l'Ile de Java. Paysages dessines d'apres nature. Leiden; The Hague Gualth. Kolff; colour plates at the Koninklijke Steendrukkerij 
Folio, contents leaf, 6 chromolithograph plates, each with printed descriptive slip. A very good set in original cloth-backed portfolio, rear cover soiled.
Bastin & Brommer, n.676-678, 680
Versuch einer Grammatik der Dajackschen Sprache.
Amsterdam Frederik Muller 1858
First edition pp.viii, 374, . A very good copy bound in contemporary quarter calf. With presentation inscription from the Niederlaendischen Bibelgesellschaft to the British and Foreign Bible Society, and blind stamp of the latter.
Cense & Uhlenbeck, Critical Survey of Studies on the Languages of Borneo, 298.
The New Ceylon.
Being a Sketch of British North Borneo or Sabah. From Official and other exclusive sources of information with new and original maps corrected to date. London Chapman and Hall 1881
First edition, pp.xi, viii, 209, frontispiece, 3 maps, 2 folding. A very good copy bound in contemporary half calf, gilt. Head of spine lightly rubbed. Light foxing to end-papers. Large map laid down on linen. With the gilt monogram of the New South Wales Library of Parliament on front board.
Pioneering in the Far East,
and Journeys to California in 1849 and to the White Sea in 1878. London W.H. Allen & Co. 1882
First edition, pp.vii, 408, 27 plates, 3 maps, 1 folding. A very good largely uncut copy in the original pictorial cloth, gilt. Spine professionally restored at head and tail. Small shelf label on spine. With the bookplate of the British North Borneo Company, and blind-stamp of the Colonial Office Library.
A Journey Up the Baram River to Mount Dulit and the Highlands of Borneo.
London Royal Geographical Society 1893
First edition, pp.(193)-208, large folding colour map (of Baram District). An extract from The Geographical Journal, No.3, Vol.I. Disbound from larger volume. Clean and in very good condition..
A superb run of the foremost academic journal on Indochina
Bulletin de l'Ecole Française d'Extrème-Orient.
A run from volume 1, 1901 to volume 63, 1976, lacking only volume 11. Hanoi F.-H. Schneider, Imprimeur-Éditeur; Imprimerie d'Extreme-Orient 1901-1976
Sixty-two volumes bound in sixty-four (Volume 11 lacking; volumes 44 & 52 each in two parts), in total 42,979 pages with 2,323 plates and 37 maps. Text largely in French. This set is handsomely bound in half calf, marbled boards, and is in very good condition. Volumes 32 and 46 have small tears to top of spine. Bookplates of The Breezewood Foundation, and of Alexander Brown Griswold (1906-1991), American authority on the arts of Thailand and Southeast Asia.
The Raja of Sarawak.
An Account of Sir James Brooke, K.C.B., LL.D., given chiefly through Letters and Journals. London Macmillan & Co. 1876
First edition, two volumes, pp.xii, 379; 393, two frontispieces, two coloured maps, one folding. Minor rubbing to corners and edges. A very good set in original cloth. Spines professionally restored. Tear to free end-paper of volume 2.
Archaeological Research in Indo-China.
Vol. I: The District of Chiu-Chen during the Han Dynasty. General Considerations and Plates. Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Press 1947
First edition 4to, pp.xl, 73, 169 plates. A good clean copy in original cloth, cover creased. This book is heavy and may incur additional postage.