Very good. Jacket fine with minimal wear under mylar, Very well kept copy, unmarked and tight, little wear. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
B&W Plates/Maps/Chinese Characters. Very Good+ in Very Good (in mylar) jacket. Hardcover. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Textblock is clean and tight. Red cloth binding, minor wear. Lightly stained top edge. Unclipped dust jacket, moderate loss to extremities, in mylar. 33pp., including Chinese characters in the text and index.
Hardcover, 4to, xii + 34pp. Plates, map, bibliography, index. Original boards bumped at lower corners and base of spine. Neat name to front free end page; shop stamp to rear end page; all else VG in rubbed dustjacket creased and chafed at edges.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Archaeological work done by the Sarawak Museum in the caves of Niah and the delta sites of Santubong, identifying Santubong as a Chinese outpost that became a large seaport, and a centre for iron-smelting, in the Tang and Sung dynasties, which was abandoned during the Yuan dynasty and then reverted to a tropical jungle. Joint publication with the University of Toronto Press (Their SBN # has been added using a rubber stamp on verso of title page 0-8020-1578-6) 40p. plus 12 pages of plates (B & W) Stamp of previous owner on ffep and half title)
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