The Cambridge History of China Volume 7 The Ming Dynasty 1368-1644
Cambridge University Press, 1988
23x15cm, xxvi+976 pages. Very good condition, a small crease in the title page, the edges slightly marked. In the publisher’s cloth binding, almost as new. The dust jacket slightly creased and the inside of the dust jacket a little discoloured at the top edge.
London, W.H. Heinemann, 1924. This edition limited to 350 copies, signed by Cunningham Graham. Writen in Spanish by Gustavo Barroso and translated, with a preface by R.B. Cunningham Graham. Small 8vo. (18x12cm), 40 pages. A very clean copy with the small bookplate of a previous owner inside the front cover. In the original binding, crème paper covered boards with a white spine, the title in gold on the front board and the spine; the binding somewhat finger-marked with three patches of light-brown discolouration on the back cover.
Cambridge Massachusetts, Harvard Economic Research Project, February 1955.
27.5 x 21.5 cm, title page, viii + 255 pages, printed on one side of the paper only, the text pages printed in purple ink suggesting a Roneo printer. One page consists of a large folding chart (approximately 64cm long), which is rather creased at the folds. This volume is in very good condition. Bound in the original boards with the title etc. on the front board and a green spine of impregnated cloth, the boards slightly worn with a chip in the back board approximately 2cm long, without loss
Coblenz, Novelle Librairie et Imprimerie Libraire, anne viii (1799-1800)
Small 8vo. (). Engraved title page + xxii+114+xxvi pages and 5 folding tables. Somewhat browned and dog-eared, but perfectly legible throughout. Bound in the original wrappers (marbled paper) with a paper spine and the title written in ink on the spine. The paper spine worn, but the volume solid.
This area, now in Germany, formed part of the first French Empire.
Essays on the Early Period of the French Revolution.
London, John Murray, 1857
1st Edition. 8vo. (22.5x14cm), x+571pages+ publisher’s catalogue. Map as frontispiece. A little creasing and light browning to the paper, but generally a clean copy. Inscribed on a blank leaf before the title page ‘With the publisher’s complements’.