Lot 225 of 478:
Scarce pamphlets on Japan 1873-1949  

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Ten booklets & pamphlets relating to Japan


Various places


Various dates


28x20.5 cm (11x8") or smaller, wrappers.


  • Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society: with "Ascent of Fuji-Yama" and other papers on Japan. London: 1873.
  • Severini, Antelmo. Notizie di Astrologia Giapponese. (Disbound.) Geneva: [1874].
  • Chamberlain, B.H. Wasaubiyauwe, the Japanese Gulliver. Later wrappers. No place: 1879.
  • Historical Sketch of the Missions of the American Board in Japan. Boston: 1886.
  • Stone, J.B. The Great Highway: A Visit to Oshima Volcano. The Great Earthquake in Japan of 1891. Illustrations to Part No. 2. 9 (of 10?) plates from photographs, no text. Inscribed by the author on front wrapper. London: 1892. 
  • Winkler, Heinrich. Japaner und Altaier. Berlin: 1894. 
  • Catalogue of Items, connected with the general police system in Japan. Collected by the Police Association for the purpose of being exhibited in the St. Louis Exposition. (Wrappers chipped, rear detached.) Tokyo: 1904
  • Kuroda, Nagamichi. The Protection of Birds in Japan. Inscribed by the author. Tokyo: 1928.
  • Hatai, Kotora. Recent Marine Shell-Bearing Mollusca of the South Sea Islands (Part 1). Issued as No. 7, A, Bulletin of the Tropical Industry Institute, Palau, South Sea Islands, Japan. (Tear to front wrapper with loss.). November 1941.
  • Bibliography Commemorating the 4th Centenary of St. Francis-Xavier's Arrival in Japan, Aug. 15, 1549. (Spine repaired with cloth tape.) Japan: 1949.

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