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London: Scholartis Press, 1928. First Ltd to 960 Copies. Hardcover. through Sikkim and Tibet to Chumolaori. 133 pp, ill. An interesting journey through Sikkim on Tibet over what was truly then (and today) an unfrequented highway. Near fine copy. One of only 960 copies. Non-authorial inscription on front free end paper.
New Delhi: Manjusri, 1969. Reprint (ltd to 1,000 copies). Hardcover. in October, November and December 1873. 93 pp. Author was the Deputy Commissioner for Darjeeling. VG+ Ltd ed reprint of 1,000 copies. Author travelled from Darjeeling through the mountains and valleys to Sikhim and then to the Tibetan frontier and back.
London: Oriental Translation Fund, 1831. First in English. Hardcover. written by his son. Abridged and translated from the Persia. Interesting biography of an important Indian resident, with much information compiled from other nawabs. Scarce. VG in original cloth, with a small amount of wormholing.
London: Constable, 1911. First Edition. Hardcover. Fergusson, W. ADVENTURE SPORT AND TRAVEL ON THE TIBETAN STEPPES 1911 London 342 pp. Large foldout map, 80 Ill. Travel and hunting. Internally very nice and tight. Orig. pict. Orig. printed cloth. Corners bumped, hinges loose (but binding folding firm). While the copy is...
London: John Murray, 1856. First English. Hardcover. in Persia, Afghanistan, Turkistan and Beloochistan with historical notices of the countries lying between Russia and India. 534 pp, large folding map in rear. Travel throughout the area plus the latest accounts of atrocities by the natives. VG only in original red blindstamped...