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Milan: Electa/Rizzoli, 1989. Profusely illustrated. 2 volumes. Small square 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers. Milan & New York: Electa/Rizzolui, (1989). A near fine copy. Volume 1 covers India, Indonesia & Indochina. Volume 2 deals with China, Korea, & Japan. Redesigned paperback of the original Italian edition of 1973.
New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1978. Profusely illustrated with 397 full color illustrations. 335pp. Thick 4to, red cloth, d.w.; some spotting on cloth covers, dust wrapper edgeworn with tear at head of spine. New York: Harry N. Abrams, (1978). A very good copy in a good dust wrapper. some spotting on cloth covers(edgeworn with tear on head of spine).
London: Strahan, 1801. of Barbreck; with the Singular Humours of his Tartar Guide Hassan Artaz; Comprising the Occurrences of Four Years and Five Days, in an Overland Journey to India. xii, 259 +4pp of ads. 12mo, original leather-backed glazed boards (well-worn and cracked but still a solid and charming binding; toning and light foxing throughout). London: Printed by A. Strahan for Longman & Rees, 1801. Fourth edition.
Boston: Houghton, 1919. 2 volumes, Illustrated with 19 maps and 16 half-tone plates. ix, 294; vi, 312 pages. Tall 8vo, beige cloth (2nd volume stained at head). Boston, 1919. First Edition. Very good. An account of the Mesopotamian Campaign as witnessed by Candler who was the "Times Correspondent" in the First World War.
London: John Cary, 1813. Map. Engraving with beautiful hand coloring. Image measures 11 1/8" x 9". Sheet measures 15 3/4" x 12 This map of what is now Pakistan, by John Cary features the Sinde (Indus) river and its branches. The bottom portion of the map displays the river delta, emptying out into the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Cutch. Bordering regions are indicated as Persia and Tibet. The map is extremely detailed reflecting Cary's attention to accuracy and.....
London: John Cary, 1813. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 18.25" x 20.25". Sheet measures 21.5" x 27.25". This map of the Malabar coast in India is by John Cary and covers the southern region of the Indian subcontinent, from Bombay in south to the southern tip of India. Includes parts of the Isle of Ceylon or Sri Lanka. The map is extremely detail reflecting Cary's attention to accuracy and dedication to keeping his maps up-to-date. It is in.....
Edinburgh: Constable, 1904. Portrait frontispiece and folding plate. 167 pages. 8vo, maroon cloth, top edge gilt, edges uncut. Edinburgh: Constable, 1904. First Edition. Lacks front blank fly-leaf; half-title foxed. Letters sent home from the Mutiny which "were found after 50 years and published unaltered"
Ministry of Scientific Research & Cultural Affairs, 1960. Map. Lithograph. 21.5 x 30 inches. In very good condition. Shows some staining, foxing, and wear at edges and along original fold lines. Beautifully designed and highly detailed map from the National Atlas of India shows transportation routes and places of interest in and around the region of Bombay, with explanatory text on verso. Insets detail Bombay and Mahabaleshwar. Comprehensive index list with air routes, Railroad routes, pilgrim centers and hill resorts.....
London: Churchill, John, 1704. Engraving. Image measures 11" x 14". Named after the patron saint of Wales, Fort St. David lies in Pulicat on the Coromandel Coast, in South East India. It served as a trading post of the British East India Trading Company. The engraving shows a bird's eye view of the fort and its layout. From Churchill's "Collection of Voyages and Travels"