London, Oriental Ceramic Society, 1972. Number 463 of 1000 copies. Offered together with the catalogue produced for the exhibition (quarto,  pages with 61 pages of monochrome illustrations and 4 colour illustrations; colour pictorial card covers slightly creased and rubbed; a very good copy of the second edition of July 1971).
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Hong Kong, [N.P.], 1984/ 1983.
Taipei, National Palace Museum, 1971.
Peking, Foreign Languages Press, 1974. Text in Cantonese, but loosely inserted is a stapled booklet with the text in English (a tiny closed tear to the front cover, otherwise fine).
London, Oriental Ceramic Society/ Sotheby's, 1987. Volume 50.
[London], Oriental Ceramic Society, 1977.
London, Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1978.
Auckland, The Author, 1996. The period covered is from 1820 to 1920.
London, Thames and Hudson, 1963.
London, B.T. Batsford Limited, 1945. A 'brilliant and authentic glimpse of India and China at war'. The flyleaf is inscribed and signed in pencil by Cecil Beaton 'To Sir Horace & Lady Seymour with all good wishes & with many Happy memories of Chungking'. Sir Horace James Seymour (1885-1978) was...
London, B.T. Batsford, 2003.
London, Oxford University Press, 1969.
Cambridge, Hakluyt Society, 1953 [first edition]. With the ownership signature of [Sir] Walter Crocker.
Geneva, Skira, 1972 (new edition)/ 1960. One of the Treasures of Asia series.
Taipei, Me Ya Publications, 1978 (second, revised, edition) / 1969. The 'most comprehensive collection [and examination] of Chinese opera texts and ... what is certainly the most complete set of opera masks, beautifully executed and reproduced'.
Hong Kong, Oxford University Press, 1986.
Hong Kong, Christie's, 1995.
London, Morgan and Scott, for the China Inland Mission, 1911. A study of the culture and customs of the non-Chinese tribes of South-West China (with not a little space given to the various efforts to convert them to Christianity) by a missionary 33 years resident in China.
London, British Museum Press, 2001.
London, New Flora and Silva, 1930. One of only 500 copies. Reginald John Farrer (1880-1920), traveller and plant-hunter, died in the remote Minshan mountains in Upper Burma at the early age of 40. 'This volume originated from the desire of a number of Reginald Farrer's gardening friends and admirers to...
Melbourne, Nautical Association of Australia, 1991.
London, Faber, 1969.
Leiden, E. J. Brill, 1968. With the ownership details of anthropologist Graeme Pretty. Translated from the German by Alide Eberhard.
London, Oxford University Press, 1957. Includes 'Alphabets and Phonology in India and Burma', 'Word-Palatograms and Articulation' and 'Atlantic Linguistics'.