with the exception of those of Asoka. Calcutta Government of India Central Publication Branch 1929
First edition, folio, pp.cxxvii, 193, 36 plates, folding map. Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum Vol.II, Part I. A very good copy in original cloth.
After a lengthy historical introduction Konow describes, transcribes and translates inscriptions of the Greek chiefs, inscriptions connected with the old Saka and Kanishka eras, and inscriptions outside the Kharoshthi area. This large book weighs 3 kilos packed. Postage quoted on request.