Lot 35: CHINA: 78 TRAVEL BOOKS IN FRENCH

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Description: Guides Madrolle. 4 volumes: Chine du Nord, Chine du Sud, Le Mont O-Mei, Fleuve Jaune, Paris, 1911-1916, illustrations and maps (some folding), red or tan cloth, light browning of leaves, upper cover of Fleuve Jaune becoming detached Garnier, Francis. Voyage dans la Chine Centrale. Paris, 1874, folding map, printed wrappers, light spotting, wrappers with minor soiling and small tears to extremities Duboscq, André. Sous le ciel de Pékin. Paris, 1919, NUMBER 385 OF 800 COPIES, printed blue wrappers, light browning to endpapers, wear to wrappers, with repair to spine Segers, Arthur. La Chine. Le peuple, sa vie quotidienne et ses cérémonies. Paris, 1932, Sikkel Edition, photographic plates, modern red cloth, preserving upper wrapper, leaves lightly browned, upper cover bowed and 71 others (78) Jametel, Maurice. La Chine Inconnue. 1886 Keim, Jean A. Panorama de la Chine. 1951 Meurville, R. de. La Chine du Yang-Tsé. 1946 Crow, Carl. Mes amis les Chinois. 1939 Lattimore, Owen and Eleanor. La genése de la Chine moderne. 1947 Frochisse, J.-M. La Belgique et la Chine. No date. Maybon, Albert. La vie secréte de la cour de Chine. [1910] Legendre, A.-F. Au Yunnan et dans le massif du Kin-Ho. 1913 Sykes, Sir Percy. A la recherche du Cathay. 1938 Collier, D.M.B. Le Mandchoukouo. 1938 Legendre, A.-F. Deux années au Setchouen. 1905 Legendre, A.-F. Kientchang et Lolotie. 1910 Escarra, Jean. La Chine. Passé et présent. 1937 Loti, Pierre. Les derniers jours de Pékin. 1925 (1927 on wrapper bound in) Payne, Robert. Journal de Chine. 1950 Roy, Jules. Le Voyage en Chine. [1965] Castaing, J.-H. Vie de Mgr Faurie. 1884 Dautremer, Joseph. La grande artére de la Chine. No date. Fredet, Jean. Quand la Chine s’ouvrait… Charles de Montigny. 1953 Pageot, Gaston. A travers les pays jaunes. No date. Keyserling. Journal de Voyage d’un philosophe. 1939. 2 volumes. With signature. Chine, les guides bleau – Hachette. [1985] Pierson-Piérard, Marianne. La Chine à bâtons rompus. [1957] Percheron, Maurice. La Chine. 1935 Dekkers, René, Lettres de Chine. 1956 Donnet, Gaston. En Chine 1900-1901. 1902 Bard, E. Les Chinois chez eux. 1899 Enselme, H. A travers la Mandchourie. 1904 Antonini, Paul. Au Pays de Chine. No date Carpeaux, Louis. Pékin qui s’en va. [1913] Courtellemont, Gervais. Voyage au Yunnan. 1904 Caubert, Léon. Souvernirs Chinois. 1891. Gift inscription Matignon, J.-J. Superstition crime et misére en Chine. 1902 Antonini, Paul. Le Chinois peints par un Français. 1886 Pfeiffer, Ida. Voyages autour du Monde. 1873 Faure, Lucie. Journal d’un Voyage en Chine. [1958]. Aréne, Jules. La Chine. 1876 Cothonay, Bertrand. Deux ans en Chine. No date Ollone, Capitaine d’. La Chine: novatrice et guerriére. 1906 Aubry, J.-B. Les Chinois chez eux. 1892 Aure, Jean d‘. Aux Mains des Boxers. No date Hémon, Félix. Sur Le Yang-Tse. No date Leroy, Henri-Joseph. En Chine au Tché-Ly. 1900 Casseville, Henry. Pékin, ville eternelle. [1934] La vie réelle en Chine. 1858 Grousset, René. Histoire de la Chine. [1942] Caubert, Léon. Souvenirs Chinois. 1891 Chang, Li. Maeurs des Mandarins. 1935. Raucat, Thomas. De Shang-Haï a Canton. 1927 Farge, Yves. Temoignage sur la Chine et la Corée. [1952] Martin, William. Il faut comprendre la Chine. 1935 Gigon, Fernand. Chine en casquette. [1957] Rubruquis, Guill. de. Deau voyages en Asie au XIIIe siècle. 1888 Hérisson, Le Comte d’. Journal d’un interpréte en Chine. 1886. ‘14303’ Chine. Nagel: Encyclopédie de Voyage. [1978] Cordier, Henri. La Mission de M. Le Chevalier d’Entrecasteaux. 1911 Jean de Mont Corvin O.F.M. Premier évêque de Khanbaliq (Pe-King). 1924 Duchesne-Fournet, Pierre. A Travers la Chine. [1909] Bulletin de la Société de Géographie Commerciale de Paris. 1897 Sociéte Belge d’Etudes Coloniales. 1923 Vaillant, Monsieur le Docteur. Quelques mots sur le Turkestan Chinois. 1923. Signed. Warocqué, M.Raoul. Mission Spéciale Belge en Chine. 1911 Dix Mille Kilomètres en Chine. No date La Chine et ses Besoins. 1898 Blanchard, Émile. Les Récentes Explorations de la Chine. Extract. Bonin, Charles-Eudes. Voyage de Pékin au Turkestan russe. Extract [1901 – date on upper cover] Vaulserre, Vicomte de. Le Fleuve Bleu. Extract [1900 – date on upper cover] Cordier, Henri. Deux Voyageurs dans l’Extrême-Orient. 1899 Thiersant, M.Dabry de Thiersant. De l’Insurrection Mahométane, Extract Mély, F.de. De Périguneaux au Fleuve Jaune. 1927
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