Very Good + in Very Good jacket. Two volumes in one, hardcover, has previous owners' names to front pastedown, slight bumps to spine ends, slight wear to corners, some faint soiling to edges of text block, and some slight shelfwear to edges, otherwise a solid VG+ copy in VG dustjacket which has light bumps to spine ends and corners with some tiny chipping and short tears, light sunning to spine, light edgewear, and rubbing.
Good without dust jacket. Octavo. Light wear along edges of boards with some scuffing to covers and piece of white paper/sticker stuck to upper corner of front cover. Minor bumping to head and heel of spine and roll to spine. Name and stamp of previous owner on front free endpaper. Page edges are lightly browned. 489 pages with maps, notes, tables, and index. A history of China's relations with Western nations during the era of the Opium Wars and time of uneven treaties. Volume I contains the text and notes for this work (volume II contains 2 appendices and glossary).
Good. B000HL5QNI 1956 edition. No dust jacket. Former library book with corresponding markings. Binding is tight. Edge and corner wear to cover. Text is free from writing/highlighting/underlining. (small red hardcover)
Trade and diplomacy on the China coast; the opening of the treaty ports, 1842-1854.
by John King Fairbank
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