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Unless otherwise stated, all books are first edition

Soltikoff, Prince Alexis. (1806-1859).

Paharis de l'Himalaya.

From Habitants de l'Inde. An uncommon work. The Paharis are a people, mainly Hindu, living in the foothills of the Himalayas.

Published by H. Gache, Paris circa 1850.

Tinted lithograph with later hand-colour, by J. Trayer. Sheet size approx. 516 x 342mm. (20.25 x 13.5ins).

PR000080 £200   

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Soltikoff, Prince Alexis. (1806-1859).

Zemindar.

From Habitants de l'Inde. An uncommon work. A zemindar (sometimes spelt zamindar) was a landowner or feudatory who administered a district or country and collected taxes under the Mughals.

Published by H. Gache, Paris circa 1850.

Tinted lithograph with later hand-colour, by J. Trayer. Sheet size approx. 516 x 342mm. (20.25 x 13.5ins).

PR000076 £300   

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Stein, Sir Marc Aurel (1862-1943).

Avalokiteśvara with flame-wreathed halo (numbered XX).

From the rare large folio size work, The Thousand Buddhas.

It took many years for Stein to secure funding for this lavish publication. Finally the India Office agreed to sanction the outlay with the proviso that costs should not exceed UK £1900 – an enormous amount of money at the time.

London 1921.

A fine original three-colour plate. 635 x 515mm.

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Stein, Sir Marc Aurel (1862-1943).

A celestial assemblage (numbered III).

From the rare large folio size work, The Thousand Buddhas.

It took many years for Stein to secure funding for this lavish publication. Finally the India Office agreed to sanction the outlay with the proviso that costs should not exceed UK £1900 – an enormous amount of money at the time.

Published by Oxford University Press for Bernard Quaritch, London 1921.

635 x 515mm.

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Stein, Sir Marc Aurel (1862-1943).

The paradise of Bhaisajyaguru (numbered I).

From the rare large folio size work, The Thousand Buddhas.

It took many years for Stein to secure funding for this lavish publication. Finally the India Office agreed to sanction the outlay with the proviso that costs should not exceed UK £1900 – an enormous amount of money at the time.

Published by Oxford University Press for Bernard Quaritch, London 1921.

A fine original three-colour plate. 635 x 515mm.

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Stein, Sir Marc Aurel (1862-1943).

The paradise of Bhaisajyaguru (numbered II).

From the rare large folio size work, The Thousand Buddhas.

It took many years for Stein to secure funding for this lavish publication. Finally the India Office agreed to sanction the outlay with the proviso that costs should not exceed UK £1900 – an enormous amount of money at the time.

Published by Oxford University Press for Bernard Quaritch, London 1921.

A fine original three-colour plate. 635 x 515mm.

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Stein, Sir Marc Aurel (1862-1943).

Processions of Mañjuśrī and Samantabhadra (numbered IV).

From the rare large folio size work, The Thousand Buddhas.

It took many years for Stein to secure funding for this lavish publication. Finally the India Office agreed to sanction the outlay with the proviso that costs should not exceed UK £1900 – an enormous amount of money at the time.

Published by Oxford University Press for Bernard Quaritch, London 1921.

A fine original three-colour plate. 635 x 515mm.

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Stein, Sir Marc Aurel (1862-1943).

Processions of Mañjuśrī and Samantabhadra (numbered V).

From the rare large folio size work, The Thousand Buddhas.

It took many years for Stein to secure funding for this lavish publication. Finally the India Office agreed to sanction the outlay with the proviso that costs should not exceed UK £1900 – an enormous amount of money at the time.

Published by Oxford University Press for Bernard Quaritch, London 1921.

A fine original three-colour plate. 635 x 515mm.

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Stein, Sir Marc Aurel (1862-1943).

Scenes from Gautama Buddhas’s life (numbered XII).

From the rare large folio size work, The Thousand Buddhas.

It took many years for Stein to secure funding for this lavish publication. Finally the India Office agreed to sanction the outlay with the proviso that costs should not exceed UK £1900 – an enormous amount of money at the time.

Published by Oxford University Press for Bernard Quaritch, London 1921.

A fine original three-colour plate. 635 x 515mm.

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Stein, Sir Marc Aurel (1862-1943).

A Tibetan painting of Tārā (numbered XXXI).

From the rare large folio size work, The Thousand Buddhas.

It took many years for Stein to secure funding for this lavish publication. Finally the India Office agreed to sanction the outlay with the proviso that costs should not exceed UK £1900 – an enormous amount of money at the time.

Published by Oxford University Press for Bernard Quaritch, London 1921.

A fine original three-colour plate. 635 x 515mm.

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