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Maps of China

No.
1
Publisher
GS China
Description
Geological Map of His-Shan, or the Western Hills of Peking,1919. Scale 1:100,000 with 50ft contours. In English and Chinese, 61x72cm, folded colour print in clean, bright very good condition.
£90
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No.
2
Publisher
Cc Liu
Description
Geological Map of Kiangsu, 1927. Scale 1:500,000. In English and Chinese, 108x123cm, two large sheets glued together and folded. Covers Shanghai in southeast to Hsuchow near northwest corner. Colour print age-toned and in good condition.
£55
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No.
3
Publisher
Cc Liu
Description
Map showing mineral distribution of in Kiangsu Province,1927 17x39.5cm, folded B/W print in good condition. Free with above map.
£5
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No.
4
Publisher
Cc Liu
Description
Geological Map of South Kiangsu,1927. Scale 1:250,000. In English and Chinese, in two sections, 102x70cm and 59x72cm. Folded colour prints are age-toned. The left and right margins of larger sheet are roughly trimmed, encroaching on the border but not affecting the mapped area. Otherwise, in good condition
£45
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No.
5
Publisher
GS Kwangtung & Kwangsi
Description
Observations on Geology and Morphology of Yunnan,1932, by Wilhelm Credner. Memoir with two B/W fold out maps, 25.5x19cm, of East and West Yunnan showing the geology along river-centred corridors plus 10 plates with photographs and sections. The text is bilingual with 53pp in English and 32 in Chinese and has occasional library stamps. The text is a reprint from the Reports of Sun Yat Sen University, Canton. The cover is light age-embrittled card which is chipped and torn, however the text, maps and plates are clean and in very good condition.
£16
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No.
6
Publisher
Central Nat’l Museum of Manchoukuo
Description
Geologic Map of the Taitzuho System (4 sheets), n.d. 1930s. Four b/w folded printed maps in English at 1:15,000 scale: VII Geologic Map of Fuchuo Coal-field (51.5x40.5cm); VIII Geologic Map of Yentai Coal-field (55.5x36cm); IX Geologic Map of Penhsisu Coal-field (73x66cm); and X Geologic Map of Niuhsintai Coal-field (61x46cm). in envelope 19x25.5cm. Manchoukou was the Japanese name for Manchuria which they controlled from 1931 to 1945.
£12
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No.
7
Publisher
GS China
Description
Atlas for the Geology of Szechuan Province and Eastern Sikang (for Mem.Geol.Surv.China, seies A, no.15) by HC Tab and CY Lee, Peiping, July, 1935. Atlas measures 52x72cm, with 38 colour printed maps (37 at 1:200,000 and 1 at 1:20,000) and 3 b/w printed pages of horizontal sections and well logs. An index map at 1:2m shows the location of 35 maps. The maps show the geology along river centred corridors except for the last two which show completed regions, Geological Sketch Map of the Regions of Wanhsien, Tahsien and Langshanhsien, Szechuan, and Geolgical Map of Salt Regions and Oil Field of Tzuliuching and Kungching, Scechuan. The front cover serves also as the title page, its margins are age embrittled with small chips and tears and the corners are bumped. The back cover is missing, the maps are stapled and decorative orange ribbons tie the pages together. The front 5 pages have a tear into the margin which does not affect the map area. Otherwise these maps and the rest are clean and in good to very good condition.
£150
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No.
12

Description
Tectonic Map of the Linear Structures on the Territory of China (by using of the Satellite images), 1981. Scale 1:6,000,000. Colour printed folded, 56x82.5cm, to fit sleeve, 26x19cm. Map entirely in Chinese but with separate legend in English. With accompanying booklet, 18pp in Chinese with 1p English abstract. Folds to fit sleeve, 28x19.5cm. In very good condition.
£6
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No.
13
Publisher
WY Chang, Science Press
Description
The Marine and Continental Tectonic Map of China and its Environs, 1983. Scale 1:5,000,000. Colour-printed map in six sheets, each 87x72, folding to fit paper sleeve 37.5x26cm. Clean bright in as new condition, sleeve slightly worn but in good condition. Another similar copy.
£16
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