Printed in Shanghai : "Old Shanghai's Bund - Rare images from the 19th century" By Dennis George Crow 178 rare photographs and maps of early Shanghai's most famous water-front offering a unique glimpse into how a marshy embankment turned into the cities most recognised landmark. (Hard back with148 pages and 178 early rare photographs and maps.)

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Published by Kelly & Walsh, Shanghai : "China In Sigh And Symbol" By Louise Crane 227 pages

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Printed by J & H Cox, London : "Desultory Notes on The Government and People on China and on The Chinese Language" (including fold out charts) By Thomas Tylor Meadows British Consulate to Canton (Rare) 250 pages

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Printed by Collingridge, London : "Seaport of the Far East Illustrated/History and Descriptive, Commercial and Industrial" (Rare book hard to find) 300 pages

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Published by Collingridge, London : "Seaports of the Far East/Historical, Descriptive, Commercial & Industrial" (Rare book hard to find) 528 pages

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Printed by Van Cott & Co, San Francisco : "Private Diary of Robert Dollar on his Recent Visits to China" By Robert Dollar (President of Dollar Steamship Line) Signed and dedicated by Robert Dollar 210 pages

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Publish in London : "English Life in China" By Major Henry Knollys 333 pages

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Hong Kong (Oxford University Press) : "The China Consuls-British Consular Officers,1843-1943" 619 pages with colourful detail and lively anecdotes, P.E. Coates, a former consul in China, here recounts the story of British consular officers in China between 1843 and 1943. Exiled in an alien country that was often resentful of Western imperialism, British officers confronted riots, civil wars, disease, and long separations from their families.

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USA (University of Massachusetts Press) : "Teaching in Wartime China-A photo-Memoir, 1937-1939" 280 pages, After graduating from Yale in 1937, Edward Gulick spent two years in China's Hunan Province, teaching English at a mission school for Chinese boys. Faced with the prospect of invasion and military occupation by the Japanese, the school's leaders moved the students to safer quarters in a distant town.

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London : "The Accessory" China By: Linda Wiggesworth 43 pages (Signed Copy)

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England : "Chines Ivories from the Shang to to Qing" An exhibition organized by the Oriental Ceramic Society Jointly with The British Museum 24 May-19 August 1984 in the Oriental Gallery II

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UK (The House of Fans, London) : "Silver and Carving of the Old China" By Neville John Irons 280 pages

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England : "Chinese Ceramic Glazes" By: A.L. Hetherington.University of London Courtauld Institute of Art.Published by: Cambridge University Press. 76 pages, A rare book and hard to find.

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China : "A LAST LOOK" WESTERN ARCHITECTURE IN OLD SHANGHAI By: Tess Johnston & Deke Erh. (Revisited Updated 2004 Addition) This book is rarely found outside Shanghai and sometimes in Hong Kong and is not readily found in the USA or Europe. It provides beautifully illustrated and evocative overview of expatriate life in one of the worlds most legendary cities. It also includes the 1939 listings of Shanghai's old apartment houses,banks and clubs. (Only a limeted number of copies available.)

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Hong Kong : "Picturing Hong Kong: Photography 1855-1910" Asia Society Galleries, New York 144 pages

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Printed by Pressroom Hong Kong : "Lamas, Princes, and Brigands-Joseph Rock's photographs of the Tibetan Borderlands of China 144 pages China House Gallery/China Institute of America, NY (hard to find book)

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UK (Hurst & Company, London) : "Things Modern-Material Culture and Everyday Life in China" 382 pages, This book looks at the many changes in material landscape in China from the mid 19th century to 1949

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