Description:Fine with no dust jacket. 14 x 22 cm.; pg. xvi, 191; Monographs...Fine with no dust jacket. 14 x 22 cm.; pg. xvi, 191; Monographs of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society no. 23. First published 1954. Foreword by Malcolm MacDonald, index, lists illustrations and maps. "As District Officer in a remote, wild region of the [Malay] State [Kemaman] [the author] played his part in protecting the local population from various enemies of their well-being. These included Communist terrorist gangs who infested the jungle, and cattle-destroying or man-eating tigers living in the same resort. Colonel Locke only sought to shoot tigers when they forsook their normal diet of wild game in the forest, and took to dining off domestic animals or human beings in the kampongs. Otherwise he felt the admiration for those lordly beasts which their character and beauty must command, and left them free to roam at will in their kingdom. " ISBN 9679948056; 9679948056.
Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. (Science and Medicine) LOCKE, A....Very Good in Very Good jacket. (Science and Medicine) LOCKE, A. The Tigers Of Trengganu. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1954. First Edition/Printing. Hardcover with dust jacket. Price clipped. Duodecimo. Very Good/Very Good. $35.00.
Description:Very Good + in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Neat...Very Good + in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Neat bookplate on paste down endpaper else very clean in sound binding. VG+ in good dust jacket with some light staining to rear dj panel. All text clear. Internally fine. New Brodart cover on dj.
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