Description: Alexander, William. Costumes et vues de la Chine; Vues de la Chine et de la Tartarie. Paris, 1815, 2 volumes, half-titles, 54 engraved plates and plans (some folding or double-page), contemporary calf-backed boards [Mr. le Bon de Nervo, bookplate], [Western Travellers in China 58], scattered spotting, some plates cut with lack of text Beaumont, F.M.M. Beautés de l'Historie de la Chine, du Japon et des Tartares. 2 volumes. Paris, 1818, half-titles, 12 engraved plates, contemporary tree sheep, bindings expertly repaired and restored La Chine avec ses beautés et ses singularités. 2 volumes. Paris, 1838, 12mo, contemporary marbled boards, modern spines in period style, restoration to titles Reinaud, M. Relation des Voyages. Paris, 1845, 2 volumes, contemporary red three-quarter morocco, original wrappers bound in [Joseph M. Gleason, bookplate] and 3 others, mostly 12mo (11) La Chine mieux connue. 1796-1797 Hüttner, J.C. Voyage a la Chine.  Lettres du Pére Roy. 1822
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