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Reference : 4256

‎[ART CHINOIS] [COLLECTION COIFFARD]‎

‎Collection de Peintures du Consul Général Coiffard (Consul Général de France à Shanghai)‎

‎Changhai, 1934. 1 grand classeur, format in-folio, contenant 2 lettres dactylographiées, une bibliographie dactylographie de G. Castiglione (3 pages) et d'une description détaillée d'une soixantaine d'oeuvres picturales chinoises, décrites et analysées précisément par Joseph Wang.‎

‎Il s'agit ici d'un document unique, avec notations manuscrites ou dactylographiées par Monsieur Joseph Wang, chargé par le Consul de France à Shanghai, Monsieur Coiffard, de préparer un catalogue d'exposition de sa collection de peintures. Sont jointes aux descriptions savantes les photos des différentes peintures.‎

Reference : 5578

‎[CHANGHAI] [SHANGHAI] - MAYBON (Charles) et FREDET (Jean)‎

‎Histoire de la Concession de Changhaï‎

‎Paris, Librairie Plon, 1929. 1 fort volume in-4, VII + 458 pp., illustré de 9 plans et cartes et de 20 planches photographiques en noir et blanc, dont un grand panorama dépliant d'une vue générale de Changhai en 1876. Reliure moderne plein cuir, très bon état.‎

‎Cet ouvrage constitue une somme inégalée sur l'Histoire de la Concession Française. Table des matières: Introduction: Changhai avant les étrangers. Première Période: Enfance de la Concession (1848-1860). Deuxième période: Croissance et Organisation de la Concession (1860-1900). En appendices, Notes et Pièces annexes, une liste des Consuls de France et une bibliographie sur Changhai.‎

Reference : 2921

‎[CHINA PICTORIAL]‎

‎Central China Pictorial‎

‎Japan, no date (1938?), published by the Japanese. 1 volume in-8, hard illustrated cloth-covered boards, around 50 pp., illustrated with numerous photographs and color drawings, re-spined in leather, a very good copy.‎

‎A rare pictorial volume showing views of Shanghai, Suchou, Nanking, Hankow‎

Reference : 4347

‎[CHINA PICTORIAL]‎

‎Central China Pictorial‎

‎Japan, no date (1938?), published by the Japanese. 1 volume in-8, hard illustrated cloth-covered boards, around 50 pp., illustrated with numerous photographs and color drawings, re-spined in leather, a very good copy.‎

‎A rare pictorial volume showing views of Shanghai, Suchou, Nanking, Hankow‎

Reference : 5440

‎[COAST OF CHINA] - GUNDRY (G.)‎

‎The China Coaster's Tide Book and Nautical Pocket Manual for the Year 1936, containing matters concerning tides and tidal streams, and a mass of miscellaneous information for the Coast of China.‎

‎Shanghai, printed at the North-China Daily News and Herald Ltd, 1935. 1 small volume in-16, 477 pp., brown cloth boards, a very good copy. This guide book for Navigators and Captains sets out all the ports of China, tides for the year, compass settings and variations, average typhoon tracks through the China Seas Region, Harbour accesses, Flag identifications, Port Regulations for Commerce, Duties, Health Quaranteens, Meteorology Information, Financial exchange rates, at-sea Signals of Different Nations, Port Signals, Channel Buoy Locations...‎

‎Rare manual with a prefatory note by G. Gundry. ‎

The China Coaster's Tide Book and Nautical Pocket Manual for the Year 1936, containing matters concerning tides and tidal streams, and a mass of ...

Reference : 4433

‎[HONG KONG]‎

‎"So-This is Hong Kong"‎

‎Hong Kong, Published by Kelly & Walsh, no date, circa 1930. 1 small album of photographic illustrations, (23 * 16 cm), with 15 images of Hong Kong (1 image is missing), rebound in modern full leather, a very nice copy.‎

‎The pictures show: Views from the Cricket Club - Peak Tramway - View from Bowen Road - The Peak from Connaught Road - Coal Coolies - Fisher Folk - Man-O-War Anchorage - Hong Kong by night from the Harbour - Junks - The Courts of Justice and Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank - Hong Kong by night from Kowloon - Entrance to Pedder Street - The Racecourse with Kowloon Bay in distance - Coolies - Ladder Street Queen's Road - Missing: "Joss" paper Seller.‎

Reference : 5202

‎[HONG KONG] [HURLEY] [PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUM]‎

‎The Far East - Sixty Pictures - HongKong - Canton - Macao - Shanghai - Peking‎

‎Hong Kong, Victoria Lithographers, no date(circa 1890). 1 Album 8vo, oblong, (15,5*22,5 cm), original cloth-backed printed hard boards, covers slightly bowed, with 60 albumen prints photographs, mounted on card leaves, with captions in english. Photographs are clear, the album is in good condition.‎

‎A very rare set of original photographs of Hong Kong and main chinese cities, with twelve photographs on every large city. Hurley was a famous commercial photographer, based in Hong kong at the end of 19th century and early 20th century‎

Reference : 5145

‎[INDONESIA] [THE CHINA JOURNAL] - ARTHUR DE SOWERBY‎

‎The China Journal‎

‎North-China Daily News and Herald Ltd, October 1930, Vol. XIII, No4. 1 volume in-8, I-XLVIII+(161-240)+XLIX-LXXX pp., rebound in modern full leather, illustrated covers kept, with many b.&w. photographs and advertisements, a very good copy.‎

‎This issue is a special Number dedicated to Netherlands India.‎

Reference : 2262

‎[JOURNAL OF NORTH CHINA BRANCH OF ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY] [KELLY AND WALSH]‎

‎Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - XXXVII, 1906‎

‎Kelly and Walsh, 1906. 1 volume in-8, 243 pp., newly bound in full bordeaux morocco leather with marble endpapers, illustrated with numerous tables in the text, slight yellowing on the pages, internally clean, a very nice copy.‎

‎Contents: The Jewish Monument at Kaifungfu by W.A.P. Martin - Ancient Tibet and its Frontagers by Thos. W. Kingsmill - Notes on Chinese Banking System in Shanghai by John C. Ferguson - Notes on Chinese Law and Practice preceding Revision by Ernest Alabaster - Chinese Children's Games by Isaac Taylor Headland - Notes and Queries - Literary Notes - Recent Books on China - In Memoriam, Freiherr Ferdinand von Richthofen, Robert W. Little-Proceedings - List of Members.‎

Reference : 2263

‎[JOURNAL OF NORTH CHINA BRANCH OF ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY] [KELLY AND WALSH]‎

‎Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - XXXVIII, 1907‎

‎Kelly and Walsh, 1907. 1 volume in-8, 272 pp.-VIII, newly bound in full bordeaux morocco leather with marble endpapers, enriched with 4 illustrations, 1 colour plate and 3 folded facsimiles of Ming and Qing currency notes, slight yellowing on the pages, internal clean, a very nice copy.‎

‎Contents: Currency in China by H.B. Morse: Copper Currency, Paper Money, Silver Currency, General Considerations - Witchcraft in the Chinese Penal Code by E.T. Williams - Contribution to the Nomenclature of Chinese Plants by the late Dr. Ernst Faber: Classification of the List of Plants by D. Macgregor, Alphabetical List of Plants, List of Plants for which the English equivalent is not known - The Two Zodiacs (Solar and Lunar), their Origin and Connections. A study in the Earliest Dawn of Civilisation by Thos W. Kingsmill - Notes and Queries - Literary Notes - A Classified List of the Articles printed in the Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society from 1892 to 1907 - Recent Books on China and the Far East - Proceedings - List of Members.‎

Reference : 2264

‎[JOURNAL OF NORTH CHINA BRANCH OF ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY] [KELLY AND WALSH]‎

‎Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - XLI, 1910‎

‎Kelly and Walsh, 1910. 1 volume in-8, 142 pp.-X, newly bound in full bordeaux morocco leather with marble endpapers, enriched with 13 illustrations and photographs, slight yellowing on the pages, internal clean, a very nice copy.‎

‎Contents: The Confucian Reformers in Japan - The Music of China by the late Thomas W. Kingsmill - Burial Customs in Sz-chuen by Thomas Torrance - The Christian Monument at His-an fu by A.C. Moule - In Memoriam, Thomas W. Kingsmill - Notes and Queries - Literary Notes: The Religion of the Chinese, Dictionnaire des Formes Cursives des Caractères Chinois, The Makers of Cathay, Trans-Himalaya, Traume aus Chinas Fruling-Herbst-Annalen, Notes on Chinese Documentary Style - Recent Books on China - Proceedings at Annual General Meeting - List of Members.‎

Reference : 2265

‎[JOURNAL OF NORTH CHINA BRANCH OF ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY] ‎

‎Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - Vol. II, No. 1, 1860‎

‎Shanghai, The North China Herald, 1906. 1 volume in-8, 128 pp., newly bound in full bordeaux morocco leather with marble endpapers, slight yellowing on the pages, internal clean, a nice copy.‎

‎Contents: I. A Sketch of the Life of Confucius - II. The Ethics of the Chinese, with special reference to the doctrine of Human Nature and Sin - III. On the Cosmical Phenomena observed in the neighborhood of Shanghai, during the past thirteen centuries - IV. On the ancient mouths of Yangtsi kiang - V. Dissection of a Japanese Criminal - VI. Notes on the Mineral resources of Japan, etc. - VII. Supplemental Memorandum on the present state of the Magnetic Elements in China and places adjacent - VIII. Temperature of Hakodai - IX. Winds and Weather at Chefoo - X. Record of Occurrences.‎

Reference : 2269

‎[JOURNAL OF NORTH CHINA BRANCH OF ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY] ‎

‎Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - No. XI, 1877‎

‎Shanghai, Celestial Empire Office, 1877. 1 volume in-8, XVI-184 pp., newly bound in full bordeaux morocco leather with marble endpapers, internal clean, a very nice copy.‎

‎Contents: Report of the Council for 1876-Inaugural Address by the President, The Border Lands of Geology and History - Article I. Fort Zelandia, and the Dutch Occupation of Formosa by H. E. Hobson - Article II. The Vertebrata of the Province of Chihli with Notes on Chinese Zoological Nomenclature by O. F. von Mollendorff - Article III. On the Style of Chinese Epistolary Composition by Rev. W. A. P. Martin - Article IV. On Chinese Names for Boats and Boat Gear with Remarks on the Chinese use of the Mariners Compass by J. Edkins - Article V. Chinese Eunuchs by G. Carter Stent.‎

Reference : 2272

‎[JOURNAL OF NORTH CHINA BRANCH OF ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY] ‎

‎Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - No. VIII, 1874‎

‎Shanghai, A. H. De Carvalho, 1874. 1 volume in-8, xii-173 pp., newly bound in full bordeaux morocco leather with marble endpapers, with 15 full pages of illustrations of Chinese instruments of Music out of text and 12 pages of diagrams of the stone drums of the Chou Dynasty, internal clean, a very nice copy.‎

‎Contents: Reports of the Council for 1873 - Article I. Recollections of China prior to 1840 by S. W. Wiiliams - Article II. The Legend of Wen Wang, Founder of the Dynasty of the Chows in China by Thos. W. Kingsmill - Article III. Extracts from the History of Shanghai by the Rev. C. Schmidt - Article IV. Chinese Fox-Myths by T. Watters - Article V. Brief Account of the French Expedition of 1866 into Indo-China by S. A. Viguier - Article VI. A Visit to the City of Confucius by the Rev. J. Edkins - Article VII. Short Notes on Chinese Instruments of Music by N. B. Dennys - Article VIII. The Stone Drums of the Chou Dynasty by S. W. Bushell - Article IX. Retrospect of Events in China for the Year 1873.‎

Reference : 2274

‎[JOURNAL OF NORTH CHINA BRANCH OF ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY] ‎

‎Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - No. XIV, 1879‎

‎Shanghai, American Presbyterian Mission Press(?), 1879. 1 volume in-8, xv-132 pp., newly bound in full bordeaux morocco leather with marble endpapers, with 1 folded illustration and many illustrations of Siamese Coins in text, internal clean, a very nice copy.‎

‎Contents: Report of the Council for the year 1879 - List of Members - Treasurer's Report - Librarians Report - Article I. The Intercourse of China with Central and Western Asia in the Second Century B. C. by T. W. Kingsmill - Article II. Rock Inscriptions at the North side of Yentai Hill by J. Rhein - Article III. Siamese Coinage by Joseph Haas.‎

Reference : 2277

‎[JOURNAL OF NORTH CHINA BRANCH OF ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY] ‎

‎Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - No. XVIII, 1884‎

‎Shanghai, Noronha & Sons, 1884. 1 volume in-8, xxix-197 pp., newly bound in full bordeaux morocco leather with marble endpapers, illustrated with1 folded geognostic map of South Formosa, 1 folded map of Sou Tcheou, both in rich colour, internal clean, a very nice copy.‎

‎Contents: Report of the Council of the China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society for the year 1883 - Treasurers Report and Accounts - Librarian's Report-Curators Report - List of Birds represented in the Shanghai Museum - Article I. What did the ancient Chinese know of the Greeks and Romans by Joseph Edkins - Article II. Corea, Extracts from Mr. F. Scherzers French translation of the Chao-hsien-chih, and Biographical Notice. Translated into English by Charles Gould - Article III. Researches into the Geology of Formosa by George H. J. Kleinwachter - Article IV. Fragmens dune Voyage dans lintérieur de la Chine par C. Imbault-Hault - Article V. Some Notes of a Trip to Corea in July and August 1883 by G. James Morrison - Article VI. Notes on some Dikes at the mouth of the Nankow Pass by H. B. Guppy - Article VII. Smshu Brewing in North China by M. B. Guppy - Article VIII. Notes on Szechuen and the Yangtsze Valley by Archibald J. Little - Appendices. ‎

Reference : 3591

‎[JOURNAL OF NORTH CHINA BRANCH OF ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY] ‎

‎Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - No. VIII, 1874‎

‎Shanghai, A. H. De Carvalho, 1874. 1 volume in-8, xii-173 pp., newly bound in full bordeaux morocco leather with marble endpapers, with 15 full pages of illustrations of Chinese instruments of Music out of text and 12 pages of diagrams of the stone drums of the Chou Dynasty, internal clean, a very nice copy.‎

‎Contents: Reports of the Council for 1873 - Article I. Recollections of China prior to 1840 by S. W. Williams - Article II. The Legend of Wen Wang, Founder of the Dynasty of the Chows in China by Thos. W. Kingsmill - Article III. Extracts from the History of Shanghai by the Rev. C. Schmidt - Article IV. Chinese Fox-Myths by T. Watters - Article V. Brief Account of the French Expedition of 1866 into Indo-China by S. A. Viguier - Article VI. A Visit to the City of Confucius by the Rev. J. Edkins - Article VII. Short Notes on Chinese Instruments of Music by N. B. Dennys - Article VIII. The Stone Drums of the Chou Dynasty by S. W. Bushell - Article IX. Retrospect of Events in China for the Year 1873.‎

Reference : 3824

‎[JOURNAL OF NORTH CHINA BRANCH OF ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY] ‎

‎Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - No. XI, 1877‎

‎Shanghai, Celestial Empire Office, 1877. 1 volume in-8, XVI-184 pp., newly bound in full bordeaux morocco leather with marble endpapers, internal clean, a very nice copy.‎

‎Contents: Report of the Council for 1876 - Inaugural Address by the President, The Border Lands of Geology and History - Article I. Fort Zelandia, and the Dutch Occupation of Formosa by H. E. Hobson - Article II. The Vertebrata of the Province of Chihli with Notes on Chinese Zoological Nomenclature by O. F. von Mollendorff - Article III. On the Style of Chinese Epistolary Composition by Rev. W. A. P. Martin - Article IV. On Chinese Names for Boats and Boat Gear with Remarks on the Chinese use of the Mariners Compass by J. Edkins - Article V. Chinese Eunuchs by G. Carter Stent.‎

Reference : 4802

‎[MING HSIEN CHI] - DAWSON-GRONE (H.) [Shanghai Imprint]‎

‎Ming Hsien Chi - Being a Collection of Proverbs & Maxims in the Chinese Language, Translated into english with a few explanatory notes by H. Dawson-Grone‎

‎Shanghai, Kelly & Walsh, Limited, Hongkong - Yokohama - Singapore, 1911. 1 volume in-12, 43 pp., half-cloth bound, hard covers used and soiled, with a lot of inscriptions, a working copy only. An other copy, in very good condition, is sold 160 .‎

‎H. Dawson-Grone was acting Commissioner of Customs, Kirin. A nice collection of 168 maxims and proverbs, in chinese with english translation.‎

Reference : 1523

‎[PICTORIAL CHINA] [TING SING-WU]‎

‎China The Beautiful - A Pictorial Record‎

‎Hong Kong, Published by The China Culture Press, Printed by Asiatic Litho. Printing Press, 1956 (Second Edition). 1 volume in-folio, 228 p., beige hard covers (no dust jacket) lighly rubbed, fully illustrated with black & white and colour photographs on New China.‎

‎A beautifully illustrated book on the different Provinces of China.‎

China The Beautiful - A Pictorial Record. [PICTORIAL CHINA]   [TING SING-WU] China The Beautiful - A Pictorial Record. [PICTORIAL CHINA]   [TING SING-WU] China The Beautiful - A Pictorial Record. [PICTORIAL CHINA]   [TING SING-WU] China The Beautiful - A Pictorial Record. [PICTORIAL CHINA]   [TING SING-WU] China The Beautiful - A Pictorial Record. [PICTORIAL CHINA]   [TING SING-WU]

Reference : 3661

‎[SHANGHAI IMPRINT] [THE CHINA JOURNAL] - ARTHUR DE SOWERBY‎

‎The China Journal‎

‎North-China Daily News and Herald Ltd, April 1929-May 1929-June 1929, Vol. X, Nos 4-5-6. 1 volume in-8, with 3 issues of China Journal bound together, modern full leather binding, illustrated covers kept, with many black and white photographs and advertisements, a very good copy. First issue, XXVI-[161-216]-XXVII-XLII pp., Second issue, LII-[217-284]-LIII-XCII, Third issue: XXXIV-[285-352]-XXXV-L pp.‎

‎Contents for April 1929: China's Wheelbarrow Civilization by Arthur de C. Sowerby The Description and Determination of Sung Dynasty Porcelain Unearthed at Ping-Yang Hsien, Shansi by Aitchen K. Wu - A Comparison of Ancient Chinese Philosophy with that of Greece by Homer H. Dubs - Editorial Comments - Art Notes - Replies to Enquiries - Reviews - Some Aboriginal Tribes of South-Eastern China by W. R. Price - Travel and Exploration Notes - Migration Notes by G. D. Wilder - Description of A New Species of the Genus Polypedate by L. S. Chen - A Second Species of Stonefly from Peiping by Chenfu F. Wu - Scientific Notes and Reviews - Shooting and Fishing Notes - The Kennel - The Garden - Societies and Institutions - Education Notes and Intelligence - Publications Received. Contents for May 1929: China's Transport Problem by Arthur de Sowerby - Water Transport in China by Dr. H. Chatley - Economics of Transportation for China by Dr. J.A. L. Waddell - Transport in Chinese Art - China's Transport Workers, Men and Beasts by Arthur de C. Sowerby - The Junks, Sampans and Inland Waterways of China by Arthur de Sowerby - Transportation on the Yangtze Kiang by H. Foote Carey - Harbours and Conservancy Work in China - The Motor Roads in China - The Railway in China - Motor Transport in China - Aviation in China by Captain B. Holland, The History of Aviation in China - China's Overseas, Coastal and Riverine Shipping - Transportation Notes. Contents for June 1929: In Shanghai to have a Museum? by Arthur de Sowerby - Kuan-Yin: Goddess of Mercy by Clarence Burton Day - The Hibiscus Painting translated by Elfrida Hudson - Formosa, The Island Beautiful by Franklin Metcalf - Travel and Exploration Notes - An Autogenous Chimera in Chrysanthemum and its Bearing upon certain biological problems by W. M. Portefield - Notes on Trees and Shrubs of Northern Manchuria by W. Skvortzow - Description of a new species of Microhyla from Kwantung by L. S. Chen - Scientific Notes and Reviews - Shooting and Fishing Notes - The Kennel - The Garden - Societies and Institutions - Publications received.‎

The China Journal. [SHANGHAI IMPRINT]  [THE CHINA JOURNAL] - ARTHUR DE SOWERBY The China Journal. [SHANGHAI IMPRINT]  [THE CHINA JOURNAL] - ARTHUR DE SOWERBY The China Journal. [SHANGHAI IMPRINT]  [THE CHINA JOURNAL] - ARTHUR DE SOWERBY The China Journal. [SHANGHAI IMPRINT]  [THE CHINA JOURNAL] - ARTHUR DE SOWERBY The China Journal. [SHANGHAI IMPRINT]  [THE CHINA JOURNAL] - ARTHUR DE SOWERBY

Reference : 5025

‎[SHANGHAI IMPRINT] [JOURNAL OF NORTH CHINA BRANCH OF ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY] ‎

‎Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - No. XV, 1880‎

‎Shanghai, American Presbyterian Mission Press, 1880. 1 volume in-8, xv-132 pp., newly bound in full bordeaux morocco leather with marble endpapers, with 92 full pages of illustrations of coins during the Qing period, including the coins of Tai Ping Rebels and other illegitimate dynasties, 2 folded facsimiles of Qing cash notes, internal clean, a very nice copy.‎

‎Contents: Report of the Council for the year 1880 - List of Members - Treasurers Report - Librarians Report - Report of the Curator of the Shanghai Museum for the year 1880 - Article I. Early European Researches into the Flora of China by E. Bretschneider - Article II. Coins of the present Dynasty of China - Article III. The Naturalistic Philosophy of China by Frederic H. Balfour.‎

Reference : 5026

‎[SHANGHAI IMPRINT] [TREATY PORTS TRADE]‎

‎Returns of Trade at the Treaty Ports for the Year 1878 - Part II. - Statistics of the Trade at each point‎

‎Shanghai, Statistical Department of the Inspectorate General, 1879. China, Imperal Maritime Customs, 20th Issue. 1 volume in-4, vii-369 pp., hard covers slightly soiled, quarter-cloth binding a bit loose, good condition inside, overall a good copy.‎

‎This volume is Part II of Returns of Trade at the Treaty Ports and covers only the Statistics for the following Ports: Newchwang - Tientsin - Cheffoo - Ichang - Kiukang - Wuhu - Chinkiang - Shanghai - Ningpo - Wenchow - Foochow - Tamsui Takow - Amoy - Swatow - Canton - Kiungchow and Pakchoi.‎

Reference : 3155

‎[SHANGHAI]‎

‎"So-This is Shanghai"‎

‎Shanghai, Published by Kelly & Walsh, no date, circa 1930. 1 small album of photographic illustrations, (21 * 16 cm), with 24 images of Shanghai, soft covers, a very nice copy.‎

‎A nice and clean album of Shanghai sepia images showing: Administration Building, Municipality of Greater Shanghai - Quai de France - The Bund, looking North - The Bund, looking South - Custom House - The Harbour -Public Gardens, the Bund -Garden Bridge and Broadway Mansions - Post Office and Embankment Buildings - Hongkew Market - Flower seller - Willow Pattern tea House - Garden in Chinese City - Nabking Road at Chekiang Road intersection - Nanking Road - Bird'eye view of Shanghai - Bubbling weel Road, showing Park Hotel - Shanghai Race Club - Jessfield Park - Chinese Temple, Penang Road, Chinse Cargo Boats - Chinese Junks - Chinese Sampan - Avenue Joffre - Lungwha Pagoda.‎

"So-This is Shanghai". [SHANGHAI] "So-This is Shanghai". [SHANGHAI] "So-This is Shanghai". [SHANGHAI]

Reference : 4040

‎[SHANGHAI]‎

‎All About Shanghai and Environs A Standard Guide Book‎

‎Shanghai, China, The University Press, Edition 1934-35, reprinted by Ch'eng Wen Publishing Company, Taipei, 1973. 1 volume in-12, XIV-225 pp., illustrated with maps and photographs, green hard cover, very good condition, as new.?‎

‎Designed for people visiting Shanghai for the first time in 1935, this guide book also offer readers 40 years later a delightful taste of the flavor of Shanghai at that time. Tourist tip descriptions of the Chinese, and lifestyles of foreigners are given. Also included is history and other information relating to Shanghai. ‎

All About Shanghai and Environs  A Standard Guide Book. [SHANGHAI] All About Shanghai and Environs  A Standard Guide Book. [SHANGHAI]

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