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The Arts of the Ch'ing Dynasty.
An Exhibition organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain and the Oriental Ceramic Society. May 26th to July 2nd, 1964. London Oriental Ceramic Society 1965
First edition 4to, pp.80, 144 plates. One of 500 copies printed. A very good copy bound in blue half morocco, cloth boards.
The Arts of the Ming Dynasty.
An Exhibition organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain and the Oriental Ceramic Society. November 14th to December 15th, 1957. London Oriental Ceramic Society 1958
First edition 4to, pp.80, 104 plates. 850 copies only printed. A very good copy bound in contemporary blue morocco, cloth boards.
Chinese poetry translated by Cambridge professor
Chinese poetry in English verse.
London & Shanghai Bernard Quaritch; Kelly & Walsh 1898
First edition. 8vo (24 x 16 cm), pp.[iv], 212, , [1, blank]. Some printed Chinese characters to text. A very good copy in contemporary cloth, paper label on spine. Cloth a little marked and soiled.
The Ceramic Art of China.
An exhibition organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain and The Oriental Ceramic Society to Commemorate the founding of the Society in 1921. London The Orierntal Ceramic Society 1972
First edition 4to, pp.153, 252 illustrations on 171 plates. No.548 of 1000 numbered copies. A fine copy in the de-luxe binding in half morocco, marbled boards, top edge gilt.
De la Chine, ou Description Generale de cet Empire,
redigee d'apres les memoires de la mission de Pe-kin. [Volumes 1 and 2 only] Paris 1818
Third edition Two volumes 8vo, pp.[viii], lxxx, 402,; [iv], 552, 2 large folding maps. Maps torn without loss. Bound in contemporary half calf, neatly re-backed. Very good.
From rhinoceros horn to silver exports
Voyage a Peking, Manille et l'Ile de France.
Paris L'Imprimerie Impériale 1808
First edition. Three volumes, 8vo (21 x 13 cm), pp.[iv], lxiii, [1, blank], 439, [1, blank]; [iv], 476; [iv], 488. With printed Chinese characters in text. A very good set handsomely bound in later half morocco over marbled boards. Contents clean and fresh. Without the atlas volume of plates and maps.
Cordier BS 2351-2; Löwendahl 738
Scrapbook for Chinese Collectors.
A Chinese Treatise on Scrolls and Forgers. Shu-Hua-Shuo-Ling. Translated with an introduction and notes by R.H. Van Gulik. Beirut [The author]; printed by Imprimerie Catholique 1958
First edition, pp.84, 16, , frontis. Complete with errata leaf and small errata slip inserted. A near fine copy in original wrappers. A few light spots on covers.
Study of Chinese coins, ancient and modern
Description des médailles chinoises du Cabinet Impérial de France,
précédée d'un essai de numismatique chinoise, avec des éclaircissemens sur le commerce des Grecs avec la Chine, et sur les vases précieux qu'on y trouve encore. Paris Treuttel et Würz 1805
First edition. Folio (30 x 25 cm), pp.[viii], xiv, , 188, engraved plate, folding map, numerous text illustrations. With Chinese characters in text. A very good copy in contemporary paste-paper boards, printed spine label. All edges untrimmmed. Spine neatly repaired, boards rather rubbed. Scattered foxing throughout.
Cordier BS 688; Löwendahl 728; Lust 1130
A Staff Officer's Scrap-Book. During the Russo-Japanese War. Two volumes.
With Illustrations, Maps and Plans. London Edward Arnold 1907
Fifth impression Two volumes, pp.x, 362; xi, 387, 2 frontis, 32 plates, 42 maps. A very good set in a very attractive art-deco binding in half morocco, ornately gilt spine. Some minor spotting. Bookplate of Herbert G. Squiers, US diplomat and collector of Chinese ceramics.