Lot 332 of 627:
The East of Asia Magazine, 1904  

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The East of Asia Magazine. An Illustrated Quarterly. Volume III.



North-China Herald



[iv], 400 pp. With colored photographic frontispiece, illustrated throughout from photographs (some plates) and drawings, one fold-out map. (4to) 26.5x17 cm (10¼x7") three quarter maroon leather and yellow printed boards, gilt spine.

Scarce collection of  The East of Asia Magazine, which ran from 1902-1906; volume 3 of an eventual 5 volumes.  With numerous wonderful photographs throughout, and sections including: The Chinese Maiden at Home, Christian Music in China, Origin of the name China, etc. With fold-out map of Pootoo, "China's Sacred Island."

Lot Amendments

Wear and soiling to binding, rubbing to extremities; interior solid with a bit of light foxing, some spotting to edge of text block; very good.

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