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China in print and on paper, including the Library of Bernard Hanotiau and the Floyd Sully Collection
07 November 2016, 13:00 GMT
London, United KingdomLive Auction
Lot 139: CHINA, HONG KONG, GROUP OF 22 VOLUMES(90 views)
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Picturesque Hongkong. [?Hong Kong, 1920s-30s], oblong 4to, foreword by "Y.O.P" [Ye Old Printerie Ltd.], 26 tipped-in photographs on thick card stock, one photograph mounted on upper cover, original stiff wrappers stitched Chinese style, minor damage to some fore-edges and fore-edge of upper cover, photographs lightly yellowed
Wright, Arnold & Cartwright, H.A. (editors). Twentieth Century Impressions of Hongkong, Shanghai, and other Treaty Ports of China. London, 1908, half-title, photographic illustrations, maps, contemporary full red morocco, tooled in gilt with raised bands, edges gilt, [Western Travellers in China 84]
China As She Is: A Comprehensive Album. Shanghai, 1934, second impression, 10 folding charts, 6 leaves of advertisement, 2 leaves of mounted photographic illustrations, numerous illustrations, original cloth-backed boards, pictorial jacket, light browning to endpapers, some wear to jacket
Arnold, J. Through Hong Kong with a Camera. Middlesbrough, 1910, oblong 4to, 30 leaves of photographic illustrations, original pictorial boards stitched Chinese style, gift inscription, binding with crease, occasional dampstaining
[White, Herbert & James]. Romantic China. Shanghai, , 4to, PRESENTATION COPY, signed by the authors on copyright page, 42 full-page photographic illustrations, including frontispiece, original red cloth decorated in blind, [Western Travellers in China 125], preliminary leaves cracked at hinges, browning, small tear to plate 22
and 17 others (22)
Constant, Samuel Victor. Calls, Sounds and Merchandise of the Peking Street Peddlers. 
Stericker, John & Veronica. Hong Kong in Picture and Story. 1953
A bit of the British Empire. Hong kong. No date
Views of Canton [A Souvenir of Canton]. No date
Buddhists in New China. 1956
The World Through a Camera. China and Siam.
Views of Weihaiwei N. China. [Printed in England. ca. 1910]
Gammon, Charles F. Souvenir Album of China. 1908
Walter, Wilhelm P.O. China of To-day. A Souvenir of China. 1932
Heath, A.H. Sketches of Vanishing China. 
Claxton, Arthur E. Chungking, Queen of the River of Golden Sands. 1901
Kwok, K.W. The Splendours of Historic Nanking. 1933
Views of China. P.P.I.E. 1915. Chen Chi; Views of China. Presented by the Chinese Business Party as a Memento of their visit to U.S.A. 1915 (2)
Kwok Ying Fung. China. 
View and Custom of North China. . Album
Souvenir Tsingtao. No date
Thorbecke, Ellen. People in China. 
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