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Waiwen Chubanshe 外文出版社. 7.25 x 10.25", 428 pp., text in English, Chinese, Tibetan, paper, Beijing, 1994. This book is the first detailed catalogue of books in Tibetan studies ever published in China, which systematically introduces the research results achieved by Chinese Tibetologists since the founding of New China in 1949.
Nigensha 二玄社. 8.6 x 11.6", 1653 pp., text in Japanese, simulated leather, slipcase, Tokyo, 1999. This dictionary includes 4,500 characters and illustrates 47,000 famous examples in six different scripts: official script, regular script, seal script, semi-cursive script, running script and ancient script (oracle bones and bronze inscriptions).
Harvard University Press. 8.75 x 7.5", vi, 225 pp., black cloth, Cambridge, 1942. (o.p.; faint gilt lettering on spine, some browning, text vg). Introduction states this volume is based on the map of the Japanese Empire published in 1937 by the Japanese Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai (Society for International Cultural Relations)...