found: 14 books

 
BERGMANN, BENJAMIN:
Voyage chez les Kalmuks. Traduit de l'allemand par M. Moris. Chatillon sur Seine, C. Cornillac, 1825.
. Pp. xxviii, 361+ 11 lvs with Mongolian text. One lithographed plate. Contemporary half calf, nicely rebacked with orginal spine preserved, somewhat rubbed. Marbled paper covered boards with matching end papers and edges. St.o.t. An abridged French edition. The translation contains the independant account of Bergmann's stay with the nomad people in the Russian province of Astrakhan. Includes also "Essai sur la suite des Kalmucs des bord du Volga", mostly based on the narrative of de Weseloff, a former prisoner of the Kalmucks, but also based on works by Pallas and Rytschkov. First few leaves with minor browning. Cf Aschoff 192. Chadenat 5323.
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Book number: 17076
€  600.00 [Appr.: US$ 679.27 | £UK 510 | JP• 76855]
Catalogue: Europe
Keywords: Europe, kalmucks, mongolian, mongolia, russia, russian, astrakan, travel, voyages, asia, asien, asie, exploration, language, langue, linguistic

 GUIGNES, JOSEPH DE:, Allgemeine Geschichte der Hunnen und Türken, der Mogols und anderer occidentalischen Tartarn, vor und nach Christi Geburt bis auf jetzige Zeiten. Aus den chinesischen Büchern und orientalischen Handschriften der Königl. Bibliothek in Paris verfasset. Aus dem französischen übersetzt von Johann Carl Dähnert. Five volumes. Greifswald, Anton Ferdinand Röse, 1768-71, 1770.
GUIGNES, JOSEPH DE:
Allgemeine Geschichte der Hunnen und Türken, der Mogols und anderer occidentalischen Tartarn, vor und nach Christi Geburt bis auf jetzige Zeiten. Aus den chinesischen Büchern und orientalischen Handschriften der Königl. Bibliothek in Paris verfasset. Aus dem französischen übersetzt von Johann Carl Dähnert. Five volumes. Greifswald, Anton Ferdinand Röse, 1768-71, 1770.
. 4to. Pp. 647; (vi), 68, (iv), 616; 57, (iii), 587; 60, 372; Register (198); (xxx), Tabelle 68, (ii), 564, (4). With two engraved plates. Small piece of upper outer corner torn of free front endpaper of volumes 1-4. Old ownership signature in the last volume. Contemporary half calf on paper boards, spines with five raised bands ruled and decorated in gilt and with title labels, lightly rubbed. First German edition translated from the original French edition (Paris 1756-58). The last volume has the subtitle: "Genealogisch-Chronologische Einleitung". This important work on the people of central Euroasia includes the first scientific study of the Mongols based on Islamic and Chinese sources. Joseph de Guignes (1721-1800), renowned French orientalist who became the translator of the Eastern languages to the king in 1741 and later succeeded …tienne Fourmont at the Bibliotheque Royale. The second volume contains an extensive study of China; its history, legislation and science. Cf Atabey 535. Cordier BS 2768. LŲwendahl 1507 (diff. pag.).
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Book number: 100960
€  4200.00 [Appr.: US$ 4754.92 | £UK 3569.5 | JP• 537982]
Catalogue: Asia general
Keywords: Asia general, turkey, turkish, turque, turcs, huns, mogols, tartary, tartar, mongols, mongolia, exploration, travel, history, historical,

 
[PRJEVAL'SKI, NIKOLAJ MIKHAJLOVIC] - HEDIN, SVEN:
General Prschevalskij's forskningsresor i Centralasien. Stockholm, Albert Bonniers förlag, 1891.
. Pp. (viii), 90, 456. With front portrait, two folding maps and 23 fullpage plates. Many textual illustrations. Publisher's pictorial cloth stamped in gilt, in rare dustwrappers, partly discoloured. A Swedish edition of Prjevalski's four expeditions in Central Asia during the years 1870-1885, based on and translated from the Russian, German and English editions by the famous explorer Sven Hedin. Including a long introduction by Hedin and a preface by Adolf Erik NordenskiŲld. A mint copy. Yakushi (1984) H95. Sykes pp. 247-48.
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Book number: 100292
€  280.00 [Appr.: US$ 316.99 | £UK 238 | JP• 35865]
Catalogue: Central Asia
Keywords: Central Asia, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, travel, exploration, mongolia, tibet, tibetan, china, chine, kina, chinese,

 
HUNTER, GEORGE W.:
Examples of the Various Turki Dialects. Turki Text with English Translation. Four parts in one volume. [Sianking, China Inland Mission, 1918].
. Small 4to. Pp. Title + pp. preface (ii) + pp. (i), 70; (i), 19; (i), 23; 8. With text on one side only, as issued sewn in Chinese fashion, in original wrappers. The general title is written in manuscript on recto of first blank leaf as issued. Damp stained throughout. A wormhole to back cover and last blank leaf. Comprises four parts: i. Qazaq Turki Text with English translation. ii. Tartar Turki Text with English translation. iii. Uz Bek Turki Text with English translation. iv. An Example of Stanbul Turkish [Head title]. George Hunter was one of the last great pioneer missionaries. He got to know Turkestan as no other Westerner at that time. He translated the Scriptures into dialects of remote tribes. We believe this work was only issued in a small number. "The coarse paper was made from local material, often from leaves of the desert iris, and the format was the usual style of Chinese book, with each sheet written on one side only and folded back to back ... George Hunter had succeeded in buying a second- or third- hand duplicating machine, and a skilled writer transcribed the Turki text on the waxed stencil sheet while Hunter wrote out the English translation below." (Cable & French, George Hunter, Apostle of Turkestan (1948) pp. 58-9). Cordier BS 4272.
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Book number: 32131
€  2200.00 [Appr.: US$ 2490.67 | £UK 1869.75 | JP• 281800]
Catalogue: Central Asia
Keywords: Central Asia, turkestan, sianking, mongolia, turkey, turkish, turki, language, langue, linguistic

 LANGLéS, LOUISMATHIEU:, Instituts politiques et militaires de Tamerlan, proprement appellé Timour. Ecrits par lui-même en Mogol, & traduits en francois, sur la version persane d'Abou-Taleb-al Hosseini, avec la vie de ce conquérant, d'après les meilleurs auteurs orientaux; des notes & des tables historique, géographique, &c. Paris, chezx Née, Lottin & Didot, 1787.
LANGLéS, LOUISMATHIEU:
Instituts politiques et militaires de Tamerlan, proprement appellé Timour. Ecrits par lui-même en Mogol, & traduits en francois, sur la version persane d'Abou-Taleb-al Hosseini, avec la vie de ce conquérant, d'après les meilleurs auteurs orientaux; des notes & des tables historique, géographique, &c. Paris, chezx Née, Lottin & Didot, 1787.
. Pp. (iv), 122; (ii), 402. With engraved frontispiece and one engraved plate (with 3 figures). Uncut copy in original wrappers, chipped. First French edition translated from the Persian version. Originally written in the Mogul language by Timur Bec (ca 1336-1405), the great conqueror, also known by the name of Tamerlain the Great. LanglŤs, a renowned orientalist was professor at Ecole des Langues Orientales Vivantes. Atabey 662. Lowndes 2686 (Engl. ed. 1783).
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Book number: 45019
€  600.00 [Appr.: US$ 679.27 | £UK 510 | JP• 76855]
Catalogue: East Asia
Keywords: East Asia, mongolia, tartary, moguls, tartar, central asia, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, travel, exploration, timur, tamerlan, timur bec

 
VON MOSHEIM, JOHANN LORENZ:
Historia Tartarorum ecclesiastica. Adiecta est Tartariae Asiaticae secundum recentiores geographos in mappa delineatio. Helmstadi, apud Fridericum Christianum Weygand, 1741.
. 4to. Pp. (iv), 148, 216. Pagination irregular. With engraved printer's device on title and one folding engraved map by Sebastian Dorn of Nuremberg. Contemporary half calf on boards, worn, blue title label on spine partly gone. Old ownership signature on title. Stamp on front paste down. First edition. "History and sourcebook of Christianity among the Tartars (Central Asia and China)" by the renowned German Lutheran theologian von Mosheim. Compiled under the guidance of Mosheim by his student Hermann Christian Paulsen who defended it as a thesis at the Helmstadt University. Cordier BS 765. Lust 934.
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Book number: 99979
€  950.00 [Appr.: US$ 1075.52 | £UK 807.5 | JP• 121686]
Catalogue: East Asia
Keywords: East Asia, tartary, mongolia, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, travel, exploration, history, historian

 
PRJEVAL'SKIJ, (PRJÉVALSKI), NIKOLAJ MICHAJLOVIC:
Mongolie et Pays des Tangoutes. Ouvrage traduit du russe avec l'authorisation de l'auteur par G. Du Laurens. Paris, Hachette, 1880.
. Large 8vo. Pp. lvi, 336, 339-344 (pag. wrong). With 4 folding maps and 42 woodcut illustrations. Contemporary half calf, corners bumped and top of spine split. First French edition of Prejevalski's narrative of his first expedition to Central Asia during the years 1870-73, first published in Russian in 1875. Includes a preface by E. Delmar-Morgan and an introduction by Henry Yule. Chadenat 4387. Yakushi (1984) P123c.
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Book number: 17005
€  400.00 [Appr.: US$ 452.85 | £UK 340 | JP• 51236]
Catalogue: East Asia
Keywords: East Asia, asia, asiatica, asien, asie, orient, east, south asia, indien, india, central asia, mongolia,mongolian, voyage, voyages, travels, explore, exploring, travel,

 
RAMSTEDT, G.J.:
Über die konjugation des Khalkha-Mongolischen. Akademische abhandlung. Helsingfors 1902.
. Pp. xvi, 119. Uncut and unopened copy. Original printed wrappers.
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Book number: 28060
€  100.00 [Appr.: US$ 113.21 | £UK 85 | JP• 12809]
Catalogue: East Asia
Keywords: East Asia, asia, asie, asien asiatica, east, orient. far east, mongolia, ferne osten, extreme orient, extreme-orient, mongolei, mongolie, ferner osten

 
SYLWAN, VIVI:
Investigation of Silk from Edsen-gol and Lop-nor. Stockholm 1949.
. 4to. Pp. x, 180. With 27 plates, of which three in colour, and many textual illustrations. Sewn as issued, entirely uncut, in printed wrappers. The report treats textiles which were collected during Folke Bergman's excavations at Edsen-gol in Inner Mongolia in 1930-1 and by Sven Hedin and Bergman's excavations in the Lop Desert in Eastern Turkestan in 1934. ("Reports from the scientific expedition to the north-western provinces of China under the leadership of Dr. Sven Hedin, 32"). Sericulture, the practice of breeding silkworms for the production of raw silk, has been underway for at least 5,000 years in China,[1] from where it spread to Korea and Japan, and later to India and the West. The silkworm was domesticated from the wild silkmoth Bombyx mandarina which has a range from northern India to northern China, Korea, Japan and the far eastern regions of Russia.
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Book number: 100664
€  200.00 [Appr.: US$ 226.42 | £UK 170 | JP• 25618]
Catalogue: East Asia
Keywords: East Asia, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, silk, soie, textiles, china, chine, chinese, kina, mongolia, mongolian

 UJFALVY, KARL EUGEN VON:,  Aus dem westlichen Himalaja. Erlebnisse und Forschungen. Leipzig, Brockhaus, 1884.
UJFALVY, KARL EUGEN VON:
Aus dem westlichen Himalaja. Erlebnisse und Forschungen. Leipzig, Brockhaus, 1884.
. Pp. xxiv, 330. With five maps (of which four folding in colour), twenty plates, four folding tables and 102 illustrations in the text. Publisher's pictorial red cloth richly gilt. A beautiful copy of the first edition. A narrative of a scientific expedition in the Karakoram mountain range and the Baltoro glacier in 1881 by Karl Eugen von Ujfalvy, an Hungarian - Austrian linguist. He visited Srinagar, Baltistan, and Dardistan. It's mainly an anthropological treatise describing the inhabitants along the journey, and their customs, language, religion, commerce, industries, art and culture, etc. Aschoff 1944. Yakushi (1984) U08.
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Book number: 99760
€  900.00 [Appr.: US$ 1018.91 | £UK 765 | JP• 115282]
Catalogue: South Asia
Keywords: South Asia, himlaya, himlaja, pakistan, kashmir, india, karakoram, Little Tibet, afghanistan, mongolia, asia, asien, asie, asiatic, travel, exploration, voyage,

 
ZWICK, HEINRICH AUGUST & SCHILL, JOHANN GOTTFRIED:
Calmuc Tartary; or a Journey from Sarepta to Several Calmuc Hordes or the Astracan Government: from May 26 to August 21, 1823. Undertaken, on Behalf of the Russian Bible Society. London, Holdsworth and Ball, 1831.
. Pp. iv, 262. Modern paper covered boards. Ex. library copy ("withdrawn from Yale Univ. Library"). Rare English edition translated from the original German "Reise von Sarepta" published in Leipzig in 1827. Helmut August Zwick and Johann Gottfried Schill, Moravian missionaries and ethnologists, spent many years at the Herrnhut mission station of Sarepta (in lower Volga) among the Kalmuc tribes. "The Petersburgh Bible Society, at the time zealosly active, had sent to the Brethren at Sarepta, in the year 1822, a considerable number of copies of the Calmuc Gospel of Matthew, and other small Christian tracts, with a commission to get them distributed by Brethren sent out for the purpose. This was the origin of the journey, on behalf of the Petersburgh Bible Society, of which the account is now presented to the reader" (Introduction). Cat. Russica 692. Already in 1765 ( initiated by Catherine II) the Moravian missionaries built a new community at Sarepta in the middle of Kalmuc tribes. These people called Kalmucs or Oirat had moved from Eastern Turkestan (Xinjian, China) and settled down in the lower Volga region about 1628.
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Book number: 44046
€  700.00 [Appr.: US$ 792.49 | £UK 595 | JP• 89664]
Catalogue: East Asia
Keywords: East Asia, calmuc, tartary, tatary, mongolia, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, mogul, moguls, kalmuc, kalmuck, oirat, astrakhan, russia, russian,

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