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Front free endpaper missing. Some staining and marking to wrappers. 2 1/2" split at head of rear spine joint. 1/2" tears to cloth at tail of front and rear spine joints. Up to 1/2" loss of cloth at corners of boards. Series of 1/4" tears along tail of spine. ; xvi, 342 pages + plates. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Page dimensions: 218mm x 132mm. Selected illustrations: Railway Map Of China; Peking - Main Gate In Tartar Wall Leading To The Palace; Top Of Tartar Wall; Chinese Soldiers; Hankow, The Chicago Of China - River At Low Water, 600 Miles From The Sea; Han-Yang Ironworks; Ancient Civilisation Of China - Commerce - Chinese Junk; Commerce - Camel Train Bound For Mongolia; Chinese Civilisation - Its Bad Side - An Old Beggar; Its Good Side - A Garden; Gorges Of The Yangtsze - Trackers' Village; Fishing On The Yangtsze; An Awkward Moment; Junk Negotiating Rapids; Old China - Village Street; On The Yangtsze - Police Boat And Junks; Woman And Children; Chinese Architecture - Corner Of A Temple, Showing Construction; Summer Palace. ; 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 10041
Title: Changing China
Publisher: James Nisbet & Co, London
Publication Date: 1910
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket
Edition: First Edition.
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