New York: Paragon, 1970. Translated by K.M. Miatra, with a new introduction by L. Carrington Goodrich. iv, 123 pages with text in English & Persian. Slim 8vo, red cloth. New York: Paragon Reprint Corp., 1970. A fine copy, as new. Scarce. An unaltered and unabridged reprint of the work first published in Lahore in 1934.
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New York: China Institute, 1999. With Contributions by Kenneth J. DeWoskin and Mitchell Clark. 143pp., tall thin 8vo, glossy pictorial wrappers; very minor bump to lower front corner. New York: China Institute Gallery, 1999. A near fine copy. Catalog produced to accompany "The Resonance of the Qin in East Asian Art", September 17-December 12, 1999.
Antwerp: Henrico y Cornelio Verdussen, 1709. 42 maps with original hand color, including elaborate "Plani-Spherium Coeleste." Colored frontispiece (split along right margin of plate). 232 pages, slight water staining on lower right of pages. 12mo, original brown calf (corners rubbed), tan leather label. Antwerp: Henrico y Cornelio Verdussen, 1709. Third edition. Very good (+). This very rare pocket atlas describes the world at the end of the 17th century. Published in the former Spanish Netherland by the Catholic cleric Don.....
Peking: Henri Vetch, 1935. Well-illustrated with 115 nicely printed color plates. xxii, 184,  pages. Small thick 4to, bound in colorful brocade silk with no lettering. Peking: Henri Vetch, 1935. Limited edition-- one of 320 copies, this one un-numbered. Very light foxing on a handful of text pages but the plates are all clean. A very good(+) copy this uncommon title.
New York: Scribner, 1906. 816 pages. Very thick 8vo, yellow pictorial cloth gilt-stamped with Chinese and English text. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1906. Fourth edition, revised and enlarged. Ownership signature and some tearing to cloth at spine ends, still a very good copy. Covers a large variety of topics, from cannibalism to embroidery, marriage to pawnshops, rice to zoology, all arranged alphabetically.
London: Religious Tract Society, 1911. Color frontispiece and color title page, other b/w plates throughout. 370 pages. Very thick 8vo, original gilt-stamped pictorial cloth, spine faded and edges lightly rubbed; light stains in margin of pagers 256/7. London: Religious Tract Society, 1911. Very good.