15 September 2011
Illustrated Catalogue of Chinese Government Exhibits for the International Exhibition of Chinese Art in London. The Chinese Organizing Committee, Editor. Nanking: n.p., 1936.
4 volumes. Text printed in English and Chinese, illustrated. Original blue cloth (adhesive stain on one free endpaper, spines with light fading, some bumping or rubbing to head or foot of a few spines); dust jackets (chipping and with loss).
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