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 [MISSIONARY GAME]., The American Baptist Missionary Union. Copyright, 1885, by Fred T. Bailey. No place (about 1885).
[MISSIONARY GAME].
The American Baptist Missionary Union. Copyright, 1885, by Fred T. Bailey. No place (about 1885).
. The game consists of twelve books with four cards each. Size: 6.2 x 10.6 cm. An extra card with information about the Missionary Union and a folded sheet with instructions about the game (reinforced at folds). Each card indicates the name among whom the mission started, the location, the year and the name of the Pioneer missionary. Including four from Burma, four from India, one from Siam, one from Macao, one from Japan and one from Congo. With text in English and on the back of the card is "The Lord's Prayer" printed in Burmese characters. Some staining to thecards. "The American Baptist Missionary Union was first founded in 1814. Missionary work started among the Burmese in Rangoon and gradually extended to other tribes and nations. At this time (1885) there were fourteen stations in Burma: six in Assam, twelve among the Telugus, five among the Chinese, and four in Japan", according to the introduction. Comprises: 1. Burmese, Rangoon, Adoniram Judson 1814. 2. Karens, Tavoy, Geo D. Boardman 1828. 3. Shans, Toungoo, Moses H. Bixy 1861. 4. Ka-Chins, Bhamo (Burma), W.H, Roberts 1877. 5. Assamese, Sadiya, Nathan Brown 1836. 6. Garos, Gowalpara (Assam), I.J. Stoddard 1863. 7. Nagas, Haimoung (Assam), E.W. Clark 1876. 8. Telugus, Chicacole (Andhra Pradesh), Samuel S. Day 1836. 9. Chinese in Siam, Bangkok, William Dean 1833. 10. Chinese in China, Macao, J.L. Shuck 1836. 11. Japanese, Yokohama, Nathan Brown 1872. 12. Congo, Palaballa, Henry Craven 1878. The game is complete and housed in a specially made cloth box. Some staining but a very good copy of this fascinating game, which must be extremely rare to find complete.
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Book number: 99434
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Catalogue: Southeast Asia
Keywords: Southeast Asia, burma, burmese, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, game, exploration, missionary, missionaries, myanmar,

 [BURMA - PHOTOGRAPHS]., A collection of Twenty-five Original Gelatin Silver Photographs. About 1895.
[BURMA - PHOTOGRAPHS].
A collection of Twenty-five Original Gelatin Silver Photographs. About 1895.
. Twenty-five photographs with images of Rangoon and Mandalay, while the last two are of Penang Island and the Bridge of Penta Kta. Each photo measures about 15 x 23 cm, four are slightly smaller. The photographs are pasted on grey thick paper (27 x 35 cm) with manuscript caption labels in French. A few of the photographs with minor silvering of the photo margins, the paper mounts have some mild traces of moisture exposure but overall the condition is very good. This is an interesting documentation of British Burma at the turn of the 20th century. (Burma was under British rule between 1886 and 1948). Fifteen of the photos are devoted to Rangoon and its vicinity; of the harbour, street scenes, elephant at work, several of the Shuedagon pagoda, of the Sule pagoda and a few of the countryside. Eight of the photos are taken in Mandalay: city views, the market, Shewenandaw Monastery and the Palace. The Mandalay Palace, built in 1857-9, was the primary royal residence of the last two kings of the country (King Mindon and King Thibaw) up until the Third Burmese War and the annexation by the British Empire. During World War II most of the palace compound was destroyed. The Shewenandaw Monastery is the single remaining major original structure of the original Royal Palace today.
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Book number: 120390
€  1900.00 [Appr.: US$ 2033.69 | £UK 1632.75 | JP 314987]
Catalogue: Southeast Asia
Keywords: Southeast Asia, burma, birma, burmese, myanmar, mandalay, rangoon, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, travel, exploration, photographs, photos,

 [VIETNAM  - PHOTOGRAPHS OF HILL TRIBES].,  [A Collection of thirteen postcards with images of different ethnic minority groups]. About 1920s.
[VIETNAM - PHOTOGRAPHS OF HILL TRIBES].
[A Collection of thirteen postcards with images of different ethnic minority groups]. About 1920s.
. The collection of b/w photo postcards (14 x 9 cm) illustrate different ethnic tribes from the highlands in the northern parts of Vietnam (Tonkin). At this time Vietnam was a French protectorate with a French governor. These minority groups still live in the remote mountainous terrain cultivating rice, vegetables and some are raising animals. The people always wear traditional clothes, more or less colourful, whether at home, in the field, or in town. The clothes of one group are quite different from that of other groups. The pictures depict people of different tribes in traditional clothes including Hmong, Tay, Nung, Dzao, Yo and Yao (Dao), from the provinces of L Cai (5), Cao Bng (4), Son la (1), Ha Giang (1), Huyn (1) and Yn Bi (1). Some of the cards have names written in French and Chinese on the verso.
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Book number: 120546
€  650.00 [Appr.: US$ 695.74 | £UK 558.75 | JP 107759]
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Keywords: Southeast Asia, vietnam, tonkin, vietnamese, hilltribe, minority,

 
[BANGKOK TIMES PRESS]
A collection of twelve works on Siam. Bangkok October 1926.
. Detailed and interesting works devoted to different aspects of life in Thailand published by the Bangkok Times Press. The collection comprises: Lac Cultivation, Public Health and Philanthropic Institutions, Irrigation, Forests, Education, Rice-Industry, Cooperative Movement, Aquatic Resources and Fisheries, Resources, Natural Features, Guide Book and Mining. With maps and many illustrations. Original front wrappers included. Bound in contemporary half calf, slightly rubbed.
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Book number: 121345
€  480.00 [Appr.: US$ 513.77 | £UK 412.5 | JP 79576]
Catalogue: Southeast Asia
Keywords: Southeast Asia, siam, thailand, thai, industry, cultivation, administration, guide, tourist, resources, natural resources,

 [GERVAISE, NICHOLAS]:, Description historique du royaume de Macacar. Divisée en trois livres. Paris, chez Hilaire Foucault, 1688.
[GERVAISE, NICHOLAS]:
Description historique du royaume de Macacar. Divisée en trois livres. Paris, chez Hilaire Foucault, 1688.
. Small 8vo. Pp. (vi), 326. With head and tail pieces. Contemporary full calf, spine gilt, worn. Bookplate. Endpapers browned. First edition of this important, early work on Makassar, the capital of the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi. Makassar was already the dominant trading center of eastern Indonesia when the Portuguese arrived in the 16th century. Later the Dutch arrived, built a trading station in 1607, and replaced the Portuugese as colonial masters in 1667. This account describes the natural history, manners and customs of the inhabitants, government, religion, ceremonies, etc. Gervaise was a French missionary who resided in Siam for about four years. Barbier i, 906. Chadenat 838. Cioranescu 32932. Lach iii, pp. 1448 ff.
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Book number: 24069
€  1500.00 [Appr.: US$ 1605.54 | £UK 1289 | JP 248674]
Catalogue: Southeast Asia
Keywords: Southeast Asia, macassar, Makassar, macacar, celebes, South Sulawesi, Sulawesi island, pacific, indonesia, asie, asia, asien, asiatic, travel, voyage, exploration, ujung pandang

 
[MALACCA].
Historical Guide of Malacca (Published by the Malacca Historical Society). Singapore 1936.
. Pp. (viii), 91, (4) adv. With 16 illustrations, one folding sketch map, one folding coloured map of Malacca town, and one folding plate. Original blue cloth with gilt decorations on covers, rebacked. Second revised edition of this guide book of Malacca first published in 1924 to commemorate the Centenary of the British occupation of Malacca.
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Book number: 99417
€  280.00 [Appr.: US$ 299.7 | £UK 240.75 | JP 46419]
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Keywords: Southeast Asia, malacca, malaysia, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, travel, voyage, exploration, guide,

 
[JAVA].
[JAVA]. Indien in Moll. Java. Reiseerinnerungen und Betrachtungen von einem Bewunderer. Stuttgart 1908.
. Tall 8vo. Pp. viii, 200. With 5 full page half-tones, one folding map, one folding panorama view and many more illustrations throughout the text. Original cloth, lettered in gilt and with coloured pictures pasted on upper cover, red edges, rubbed. Published anonymously. This account treats the country, its people, politics, Djokdja, Soerakarta, Boro-Bodoer, tiger hunting, etc.
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Book number: 28053
€  250.00 [Appr.: US$ 267.59 | £UK 215 | JP 41446]
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Keywords: Southeast Asia, java, indonesia, javanese, indonesian, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, travel, travels, exploration, voyage,

 
[LLOBRESSOLS, BENITO]:
Memoria circa certi riti Tunchinesi sostenuti da' Pp. Agostiniani e da Alcuni altri missionarj presentata da' Pp. Domenicani Spagnuoli della provincia delle Filippine alla Sacra Congregazione di Propaganda Fide. [Rome] 1757.
. Small 4to. Pp. 22. Green boards (19th century), cloth spine. With early ecclesiastical stamp on title and remains of old shelf label on upper cover. Some light foxing. First edition. Rare Spanish Dominican report on Confucian funeral customs in Tonkin, and about the Jesuits tolerance of these rites. Only one library copy found (Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana).Vietnam, along with Korea and Japan, has been heavily influenced by China concerning its Confucian culture of certain funerary rites, especially in the cult of ancestors. The Chinese Rites Controversy and the Roman position regarding ancestor worship affected Vietnamese Catholicism as well, profoundly and extensively, even until today. The Dominicans and the Augustinians in contrast to the Jesuits refused any adaptation to local customs and were horrified by the practices of the Jesuits. Benito Llobresols was born in Gerona and served as Apostolic missionary in Tonkin between 1754 -1762.
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Book number: 100423
€  2000.00 [Appr.: US$ 2140.73 | £UK 1718.75 | JP 331565]
Catalogue: Southeast Asia
Keywords: Southeast Asia, tonkin, vietnam, vietnamese, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, travel, exploration, missionary, jesuit, chinese rites controversy, chinese rites, ancestor veneration, ancestor worship

 [FERREIRA, MANUEL]:, Noticias summarias das perseguicoes da missam de Cochinchina, principiada, & continuada pelos Padres da Companhia de Jesu: offerecidas pelos mesmos missionarios a el rey nosso senhor Dom Pedro II. Lisboa, Miguel de Manescal, Impressor do Santo Officio, 1700.
[FERREIRA, MANUEL]:
Noticias summarias das perseguicoes da missam de Cochinchina, principiada, & continuada pelos Padres da Companhia de Jesu: offerecidas pelos mesmos missionarios a el rey nosso senhor Dom Pedro II. Lisboa, Miguel de Manescal, Impressor do Santo Officio, 1700.
. Folio. Pp. (xii), 460, (2). Pagination irregular but the text is complete. Partly some browning to the text. Old inscription on title page and old annotations on front endpaper. Contemporary calf, spine decorated in gilt with five raised bands and title label (with loss), worn. First edition of an important account of the Portuguese mission in Cochinchina and Tonkin, today's Vietnam.The Jesuit mission in Vietnam began in 1615 and was active until Pope Clement's suppression in 1733. Manuel Ferreira (1639-99) was a Portuguese Jesuit who served for many years in Vietnam in the late 17th century, several of which were spent in prison. Ferreira baptized more than 20,000 people at the mission in Tonkin (according to Barbosa Machado). This work begins with a description of Tonkin including information about the people, their history and customs, geography, flora and fauna etc. It's followed by information about the establishment of the Jesuit mission in Cochinchina in 1627; the difficulties, imprisonment and persecution of the missionaries, etc. Barbosa Machado iii, 265. Brebion 242. Cordier BI 1924. De Backer-Sommervogel ii, 1258. Innocncio v, 423. Palau 194164. Streit vi, 1460.
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Keywords: Southeast Asia, cochinchina, cochinchine, tonkin, annam, vietnam, annamese, annam, vietnamese, asia, asie, asiatic, asien, travel, exploration, travels, voyage,

 
DAO DUY ANH:
Phâp-Viêt Tú-Diên (Ch thêm chu Hân) ... Dictionnaire francais-annamite (avec transcription en caractères chinois des termes sino-annamites). Two volumes. Hué, Quan-Hài Túng-Thu, 1936.
. Tall 8vo. Pp. 1958. Text in two columns arranged alphabetically by the French word, followed by the Annamese transcription in Quoc ngu ("national language") and the Chinese character. Contemporary half red calf, spine printed in gilt, somewhat rubbed. A comprehensive dictionary by Dao Duy Anh (1904-88) Vienamese scholar in language and history, as young member of the Revolutionary Party and imprisoned 1929-30.
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Book number: 28139
€  500.00 [Appr.: US$ 535.18 | £UK 429.75 | JP 82891]
Catalogue: Southeast Asia
Keywords: Southeast Asia, vietnam, annamese, vietnamese, asia, asien, asie, asiatic, language, linguistic, langue,

 
ARDENT DU PICQ, CHARLES GÉNÉRAL:
Histoire d'une citadelle annamite Bac-Ninh. Hanoi 1935.
. Pp. 176. With 19 plates made from photographs, 7 maps or plans (of which 6 large folding) and many woodcut illustrations in the text. Contemporary calf, rubbed. Original printed wrappers bound in. First edition of a comprehensive historical study of the province of Bac-Ninh, a province in the North of Vietnam. Includes a bibliography.
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Book number: 18012
€  300.00 [Appr.: US$ 321.11 | £UK 258 | JP 49735]
Catalogue: Southeast Asia
Keywords: Southeast Asia, asia, asie, asien, orient, east, asiatica, far east, east india, indochina, indochine, indo-china, indo-chine, southeast asia, southeast asia, vietnam, annam

 
AUBARET, LOUIS GABRIEL G. (Transl.):
Hoang-viêt-luát-le. Code annamite. Lois et règlements du royaume d'Annam traduits du texte chinois original. Two volumes in one. Paris, Imprimerie Impériale, 1865.
. Tall 8vo. Pp. (iv), xvi 394; (iv), 309. Text in French. Modern half calf on marbled paper boards, title printed in gilt on spine. Original printed wrappers bound in. Front cover to volume one and 7 more leaves with traces of deleted tape. First edition. Published by order of M. de Chasseloup-Laubat, Ministre de la Marine des Colonies. Aubaret (1825-94) commanded the French vessel Prgent on the expedition to Cochinchina in 1860. Cordier BI 1847.
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Book number: 22021
€  1000.00 [Appr.: US$ 1070.36 | £UK 859.5 | JP 165782]
Catalogue: Southeast Asia
Keywords: Southeast Asia, annamite, asia, asiatica, asie, asien, orient, east, southeast asia, far east, vietnam, annam, indochine, indochina, indo-china

 
BAKER, REV. THOMAS TURNER:
The Recent Operations of the British Forces at Rangoon and Martaban. London, Thomas Hatchard, 1852.
. Pp. (viii), 78. With one coloured frontispiece, one plate of a Burmese ship and two folding plates depicting a costal view of Rangoon and the attack on the Dunnoo Stockade. Unopened copy in original cloth, rebacked with most of the original spine preserved, rubbed. First edition of an eye-witness account of the Second Anglo-Burmese War (April 1852 - January 1853), posthumously published. No treaty was signed but trade resumed between British Burma and the Kingdom of Ava until there was an outbreak of new violence in 1885. Reverend Thomas Baker was Chaplain of Her Majesty's ship Fox. Abbey Travel 407. Cordier BI 455.
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Book number: 99747
€  1200.00 [Appr.: US$ 1284.44 | £UK 1031.25 | JP 198939]
Catalogue: Southeast Asia
Keywords: Southeast Asia, burma, burmese, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, travel, exploration, voyage, military,

 
DE BEAUREGARD, CRÉPIN B.:
Nouveau vocabulaire francais - tonkinois et tonkinois - francais. Deuxième édition. Paris, Augustin Challamel, 1907.
. Small 8vo. Pp. (viii), 192, (1). Publiser's cloth with gilt lettering. Cordier BI 2293.
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Book number: 23107
€  90.00 [Appr.: US$ 96.33 | £UK 77.5 | JP 14920]
Catalogue: Southeast Asia
Keywords: Southeast Asia, tonkin, vietnam, far east, southeast asia, indochina, indochine, asia, asian, asiatic, asien, language, langue, asie

 
BIGANDET, PAUL AMBROISE:
The Life, and Legend of Gaudama, the Budha of the Burmese, with annotations. The ways to Neibban, and notice on the phongyies or Burmese Monks. Rangoon, American Mission Press, 1866.
. Pp. xi, (i), 538, v. Contemporary half calf, gilt spine, marbled edges and endpapers, rubbed. Old inscription on front end paper. Second enlarged edition (first 1858). An extensive work on Buddha and his doctrines. Based on the Burmese religious books and Bigandet's frequent conversations about religion amongst scholars. This second edition is greatly expanded with more information about Gautama's life as well as new details on the great intellectual processing of Gautama's mind while meditating under the Bodhi tree. Dedicated to Major A.P. Phayre, British commissioner of Burma 1862-7. Bigandet, a French Catholic missionary who came to Burma in 1837 and stayed there for most of his life. He established schools, orphanages and convents in Burma. Rare. See Herbert: World Biogr. series, vol. 132: Burma, pp. 140-145. Cordier BI 273, 290-91.
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Book number: 121360
€  950.00 [Appr.: US$ 1016.84 | £UK 816.5 | JP 157493]
Catalogue: Southeast Asia
Keywords: Southeast Asia, burma, burmese, birma, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, buddha, religion, buddhist, buddhism, gaundama,

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