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Unless otherwise stated, all books are first edition

Stein, Sir Marc Aurel (1862-1943).

Two forms of Avalokiteśvara (numbered XV).

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).

Virūpākṣa and Mañjuśrī (numbered XXVII).

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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Thomas, Captain George Powell.

View from the Back of Jacko.

From Views of Simla.An uncommon work.

London 1846.

Tinted lithograph with original hand-colour. Approx. 347 x 517mm. (14 x 20ins).

Abbey Travel 470. J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

PR000055 £350   

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Wingate, Lieut. Thomas (1807-1869).

The 17th regiment entering the citadel.

From the Storming of Ghuznee and Kelat, the rare coloured edition of the work.

Published by T. McLean, London 1842.

Tinted lithograph with original hand-colour. Possibly originally mounted on card, as trimmed to image. Lithographed by Weld Taylor. Approx. 420 x 290mm. (16.5 x 11.5ins).

Abbey Travel 509 no. 5. J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

PR000068 £700   

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Wingate, Lieut. Thomas (1807-1869).

Fortress of Ghuznee.

From the Storming of Ghuznee and Kelat, the rare coloured edition of the work.

Published by T. McLean, London 1842.

Tinted lithograph with original hand- colour, by Weld Taylor. Possibly originally mounted on card, as trimmed to image. Approx. 420 x 290mm. (16.5 x 11.5ins).

Abbey Travel 509 no. 4. J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

PR000070 £800   

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Wingate, Lieut. Thomas (1807-1869).

Fortress of Khelat.

From the Storming of Ghuznee and Kelat, the rare coloured edition of the work.

Published by T. McLean, London 1842.

Tinted lithograph with original hand-colour by Weld Taylor. Possibly originally mounted on card, as trimmed to image. Approx. 420 x 290mm. (16.5 x 11.5ins).

Abbey Travel 509 no. 11. J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

PR000073 £800   

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Wingate, Lieut. Thomas (1807-1869).

Grenadiers advancing.

From the Storming of Ghuznee and Kelat, the rare coloured edition of the work.

Published by T. McLean, London 1842.

Tinted lithograph with original hand-colour by Weld Taylor. Possibly originally mounted on card, as trimmed to image. Abbey only refers to the rare uncoloured edition of the work. Approx. 420 x 290mm. (16.5 x 11.5ins).

Abbey Travel 509 no. 13. J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

PR000074 £800   

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Wingate, Lieut. Thomas (1807-1869).

Inside View of the Gateway.

From the Storming of Ghuznee and Kelat, the rare coloured edition of the work.

Published by T. McLean. London. 1842.

Tinted lithograph with original hand- colour. Possibly originally mounted on card, as trimmed to image. Approx. 420 x 290mm. (16.5 x 11.5ins).

PR000071 £800   

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