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Image for Delhi Diary, Vol. XI. No. 45, March 13-20, 1970

Delhi Diary, Vol. XI. No. 45, March 13-20, 1970

By: Bazaz, Mohini (Editor)

Price: $100.00

Publisher: DeLhi India, Mohini Bazaz, Caslon Press: 1970

Seller ID: 09891


Very scarce Delhi, India periodical offering a snapshot in time of entertainment, dining, and other cultural options in Delhi one week in 1970. Contents also list churches, tips for tourists, a medical guide, and more. The last page features an article about tiger hunting in the jungles of India. Front cover ads for a beauty salon and Japan Air Lines, while the rear cover shows a full-page ad for a Ravi Shankar concert at Sapru House, New Delhi. Shankar, a master (Pandit... View more info

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High Noon of Empire: India Under Curzon

By: Edwardes, Michael

Price: $15.00

Publisher: London, Eyre and Spottiswoode: 1965

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 06454


Boards slightly bowed, page edges soiled with evidence of slight moisture stains (fore-edge). Some minor foxing to several pages. Jacket rubbed and a bit edge-worn, with a small tear to the rear panel. Moisture stains on the rear flap. Protected now in a new Mylar cover. 266 pages with Select Bibliography and Index. Frontispiece and endpaper illustrations as well as a black and white map of Northern and Central India in 1905. From the jacket: "A view of British India... View more info

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Frontier and Overseas Expeditions from India, Volume II (of VI Volumes): North-West Frontier Tribes Between the Kabul and Gumal Rivers

By: Intelligence Branch, Division of the Chief of Staff, Army Headquarters, India

Price: $850.00

Publisher: Simla, India, Government Monotype Press: 1908

Seller ID: 09877


Half-leather and dark green cloth. Raised bands on the spine with red leather labels and gilt lettering. The lower label stamped "For Official Use Only." No. 1387 stamped in gilt on the upper leather corner of the front cover. Rubbing wear to the leather, slight evidence of powder residue (red rot) from the some parts of the leather, and two of the spine labels show slight peeling from the spine. The cloth has some insect damage along the top edge of the rear cover and ... View more info