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HALL Sidney Asia.
HALL Sidney Asia.

Walker's Universal Atlas, London (1823)
Engraved map with hand coloured outline. Some pencil marks added by schoolboy. 9 x 7.5"
£15.00


HALL Sidney Hindoostan.
HALL Sidney Hindoostan.

Walker's Universal Atlas, London (1823)
Engraved map of India with hand coloured outline. Some pencil marks added by schoolboy and light ink blot. 7.5 x 9"
£15.00


ARCHER J. India (Northern Part).
ARCHER J. India (Northern Part).

College Atlas, London (1862 (circa))
Folding engraved map with outline colour, in fine condition. 13 x 10"
£30.00


ACKERMANN Tom Raw at the Cape of Good Hope.
ACKERMANN Tom Raw at the Cape of Good Hope.

London: R. Ackermann (1828)
Hand coloured engraving with good margins. Fine. 8 x 5"
From 'Tom Raw, the griffin: A burlesque poem, in twelve cantos. By a civilian and an officer of the Bengal Establishment.' A satire about the misadventures of a bumpkin set loose in Calcutta. The poem was published anonymously but is generally attributed to Sir Charles D’Oyly, who served in the East India Company.
£25.00


ACKERMANN Tom Raw Gains the Victory.
ACKERMANN Tom Raw Gains the Victory.

London: R. Ackermann (1828)
Hand coloured engraving with good margins. Fine. 8 x 5"
From 'Tom Raw, the griffin: A burlesque poem, in twelve cantos. By a civilian and an officer of the Bengal Establishment.' A satire about the misadventures of a bumpkin set loose in Calcutta. The poem was published anonymously but is generally attributed to Sir Charles D’Oyly, who served in the East India Company.
£20.00


ACKERMANN Tom Raw Obtains a New Staff Appointment.
ACKERMANN Tom Raw Obtains a New Staff Appointment.

London: R. Ackermann (1828)
Hand coloured engraving with good margins. Fine. 8 x 5"
From 'Tom Raw, the griffin: A burlesque poem, in twelve cantos. By a civilian and an officer of the Bengal Establishment.' A satire about the misadventures of a bumpkin set loose in Calcutta. The poem was published anonymously but is generally attributed to Sir Charles D’Oyly, who served in the East India Company.
£20.00


ANON Railway and Canal Map of India. - Sheet 6
ANON Railway and Canal Map of India. - Sheet 6

Calcutta, Survey of India (1901)
Large folding map on linen in original cloth boards. 43 x 29" A little toned.
This section features a large scale map of the Andaman Islands and Nicobar islands on a scale of 1" to 32 miles.
£90.00


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LOWE Robson Encyclopaedia of British Empire postage stamps, vol 111, the empire in Asia. Robson Lowe Ltd 1951 xvi + 559pp. 1st ed. fine in original cloth. An indispencable work.
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1907 MINTO FETE CALCUTTA Red Cross postmark on local postcard. View of Native refreshment stalls near the jetties, Calcutta. Fine.
£35

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ORME Robert A History Of The Military Transactions Of The British Nation In Indostan, From The Year MDCCXLV. To Which Is Prefixed A Dissertation On The Establishments Made By Mahomedan Conquerors In Indostan. London: Printed for John Nourse 1763 1st ed., 4to. Half title, title, dedication, 415pp + errata + 10 folding maps. Fine in contemporary full calf with new spine and end papers. Internally very clean. Describing the author's time with the East India Company. A fine work on the Indian wars. A second volume was published in 1778.
£450

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