[Frankfurt a.M.]: [China-Institut an der J.W. Goethe-Universität], . [101-128] pp. Illus. 29 drawings. Sm. 4to. Paper wrappers. Offprint. Inscribed by the author with his initials. Reprinted from Sinica Sonderausgabe, (Frankfurt a.M.: China-Institut an der J.W. Goethe-Universität, 1935), but published without the two plates in the original serial publication. OCLC locates two copies: Univ. London Sch. Oriental & Africa and BN France (both lacking plates). Lacking the wrappers, chipped at corner of first leaf, fold throughout, light soiling on last page, contents clean.
Beijing: Wen wu chu ban she, 1979. 2, 18, 278 pp.,  leaves of plates. Illus. with color & b/w plates and numerous intext figures. 4to. Paper wrappers. First edition. Archeology during the Shang and Zhou period. Text in Chinese. Chip to front wrapper else a very good copy, edgewear, some browning of leaves.
Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle, 1962. Frontis, xii, 219 pp. Chronology. Bibliography. Index. 24 hand-tipped color plates + 100 figures + 244 b/w catalogue photos. Sm. Sq. 4to. Gold lettering on maroon cloth. First American edition. Trans. Diana Imber. Comprehensive study and catalogue of Chinese ceramics produced for western export. Near fine. No dust jacket.
Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1965. 245 pp. Sm. 4to. Paper wrappers. First edition. Harvard-Yenching Institute Studies XXI. Articles reprinted from the Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, Studia Serica Bernhard Karlgren dedicata, and the Far Eastern Quarterly. Original pagination. Includes Rhymeprose on literature: The Wen-fu of Lu Chi, by A. Fang; The Fu of T'ao Ch'ien by J.R. Hightower; The Wen hsuan and genre theory, by J.R. Hightower; Some characteristics of parallel prose, by J.R. Hightower; The Shi-shuo hsin-yu and Six Dynasties prose style, by Y. Kojiro; Metrical origins of the Ts'u, by G.W. Baxter; A colloquial short story in the novel Chin p'ing mei, by J. L. Bishop; Some limitations of Chinese fiction, by J.L. Bishop. A very good copy with owner's name on spine and top edge, underlining or marginalia on about a half dozen leaves.
Shanghai: Hui Wen Tang Ji Xin Shu Ju, 1930. 2, 2, 2, 44 pp. 8vo. Paper wrappers. First edition. "Three key points to learn composition." Teaching to write Chinese. The author, who was immersed in the teaching of Chinese for decades, held dictionary words and allusions, reason and logic, and grammar to be the three key points to writing in the vernacular. Several examples provided. OCLC shows no copies. A very good copy.
Chungking: China Institute of Pacific Relations, 1945. iii, 54 pp. Sm. 8vo. Paper wrappers. First edition. China Council Series Number Five. Prepared for use at the Ninth Conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations held at Hot Springs, Virginia, in January 1945. A very good copy with light soiling and a small chip on the front wrapper.
Taibei: Zhonghua xue shu yuan, 1968. Sections individually numbered. Illus. with b/w photos. 4to. Blue vinyl boards, loose leaf, with ribbon ties. First edition. In Chinese and English. In addition to summaries, short biographies and photos of the participants numbering about sixty. A few leaves ragged else very good.
New York: Harper & Brothers, [ca 1899]. Single sheet. 24 7/8" x 23" (63 cm x 58.4 cm). First edition. Scale [ca. 1:4,600,000]. Map of the Empire of China showing international and provincial boundaries, some railroads and roads, water features and populated places. From Beresford, Charles William De la Poer, The Break-Up of China (New York, London, Harper, 1899), p. 316. About very good with creases and tears at folds.
Beijing: Foreign Languages Press, 1972. [ii], plates [92 leaves], 8 pp. + 8 pp. Illus. with 217 color & b/w plates (some 2 page). Folio. Cloth. First edition. Added title page in English, French, German, Spanish, Vietnamese. Text in Chinese. Introduction and list of plates in English laid in loose in booklet and in rear in Chinese. Boards lightly stained else a very good copy.