Paris: H. Laurens, 1932.
An anthropological study of the French Indochina colonies by professor Antoine Cabaton, including extracts from the writings of Marco Polo, Pavie, Garnier, Monnier, Bonnetain, Pouvourville, Boissière, Lyautey among others. Desirable also for its chic art deco-style binding and bold typography.Item #1221
Bound in original decorated cloth boards, 180mm x 250mm, 256 pages, 148 black and white photographic plates throughout text, foldout map; Prize book from the Lycee et EPS de Garcons with presentation slip pasted on front endpaper, a near fine copy.
Price (AUD): $185.00 other currencies