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    Barber, Andrew.   PENANG AT WAR. £32.00    
      A History of Penang during and between the First and Second World Wars 1914-1945.   152pp double-column. Illustrations in colour and b/w.   Fine in pictorial boards.   2010 First edition, AB&A, Malaysia.
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    Barley, Nigel (edits).   THE GOLDEN SWORD: STAMFORD RAFFLES AND THE EAST. £10.00    
         96pp. Card covers. 7 colour and 40 b/w illustrations.   Fine.   1999 The British Museum Press.
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    Barr, Pat.   TAMING THE JUNGLE. £12.00    
      The Men who Made British Malaya.   172pp. Index. 29 b/w illustrations and a map.   Fine in fine dw.   1977 First edition, Secker & Warburg.
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    Bin Mat, Dato' Sir Mahmud.   TINGGAL KENANGAN. £35.00    
      The Memoirs of Dato' Sir Mahmud Bin Mat.   308pp. Photographs in b/w. The subject served in the Malay Administrative Service and worked with the Sultan of Pahang during the Japanese occupation.   Very good indeed in like dustwrapper. Long and interesting inscription on front endpaper.   1997 First edition, Kuala Lumpur.
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    Blake, Christopher.   A VIEW FROM WITHIN. £10.00    
      The Last Years of British Rule in South-East Asia.   206pp. Index. Many b/w photographs. Service with the Somerset Light Infantry and the Dogra Regiment on the NW frontier in WW2 India and then a civil servant in post-war Malaya.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Castle Cary.
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    Bock, Carl.   THE HEAD-HUNTERS OF BORNEO. £12.00    
         344pp. Index.Endpaper map. 30 plates in colour from paintings of Dyaks and 7 engraved illustrations.. Card covers. First published in 1881.   Fine.   1985 Facsimile reprint, Oxford University Press, Singapore.
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    Boomgaard, Peter.   FRONTIERS OF FEAR. £16.00    
      Tigers and People in the Malay World, 1600-1950.   306pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   2001 First edition, Yale University Press.
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    Buckley, C.B.   AN ANECDOTAL HISTORY OF OLD TIMES IN SINGAPORE. £24.00    
      1819-1867.   2 vols in 1. 790pp + xxii pp index. Ex-Commonwealth Institute Library.   Contents very good but binding poor but holding. Front hinge cracked. A sound reference copy only.   1965 Reprint, University of Malaya Press
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    Clifford, Hugh.   FURTHER INDIA being a Story of Exploration in Burma, Malaya, Siam and Indo-China. £76.00    
         378pp. Index. 47 plates. In the original green decorated cloth. The development of Western knowledge of South East Asia. Ex-college library with bookplate, spine label and a single rubber stamp mark.   Very good.   1904 First edition, Lawrence and Bullen.
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    Clifton, Violet.   ISLANDS OF INDONESIA. £10.00    
         288pp. Index. Folding map. 66 b/w photographs. Card covers. Journeys through the islands from 1912.   Fine.   1991 Reprint, Oxford University Press, Singapore.
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    Cloake, John   TEMPLER: TIGER OF MALAYA. £15.00    
         508pp. Index. 50 photographs in b/w and 10 maps   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1985 First edition, Harrap.
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    de Wit, Augusta.   JAVA: FACTS AND FANCIES. £8.00    
         323pp. Facsimile edition of 1912 original. With 160 b/w illustrations.   Fine.   1985 Paperback reprint, Oxford University Press, Singapore.
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    Fee, Chen Voon and Chin Kon Yit.   KUALA LUMPUR; A SKETCHBOOK. £12.00    
         96pp. 4to landscape. Attractive watercolour illustrations on each page,   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1999 Reprint, Archipeligo Press, Singapore.
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    Fordyce, W.Dingwall.   THE GUN-RUNNERS. £5.00    
         316pp. 4 colour plates. Ripping yarn of public schoolboy in pre-war Malaya. His father is the Resident in Penang.   Very good. Prize label.   No date (c1940) Thomas Nelson.
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    Harrison, H.L.H.   THE SARONG AND THE KRIS. £5.00    
         224pp. Index. Memoir of a Malayan mining engineer who escaped the Japanese by small boat to Australia   Very good in chipped dw.   1969 First edition, Nautical Publising Company.
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    Hoyt, Sarnia Hayes.   OLD PENANG: IMAGES OF ASIA. £15.00    
         128pp. 17 illustrations in colour and 25 in b/w.   Fine in pictorial laminated boards. A lovely copy.   1991 First edition, Oxford University Press, Singapore.
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    Keay, John.   LAST POST. £10.00    
      The End of Empire in the Far East.   385pp. Index. 24 photographs.   Very good in very good dustwrapper. Owner' small address label.   1997 First edition, John Murray.
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    Lee, Peter and Chen, Jennifer.   RUMAH BABA. £28.00    
      Life in Peranakan House.   123pp. 4to. Card covers with dustwrapper.Many monochrome photographs. Prewar life in Singapore for prosperous Straits Chinese families   Fine.   1998 First editin, National Heritage Board, Singapore History Museum.
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    Liu, Gretchen.   PASTEL PORTRAITS. £10.00    
      Singapore's Architectural Heritage.   156pp. 4to. Card covers. Profusely illustrated with excellent colour photographs.   Very good. Front wrapper creased.   1984, Singapore Coordinating Committee.
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    Liu, Gretchen.   PASTEL PORTRAITS. £21.00    
      Singapore's Architectural Heritage.   156pp. 4to. Profusely illustrated with excellent colour photographs. Long presentation inscription.   Otherwise fine in fine dw.   1984 First edition, Singapore Coordinating Committee.
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    Locke, Lt. Col. A.   THE TIGERS OF TRENGGANU. £28.00    
         191pp. Index. 37 b/w photographs and 2 maps. Man-eaters in remote Malaya.   Fine in near-fine dw. An outstanding copy.   1954 Second impression, Museum Press.
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    Locke, Lt. Col. A.   THE TIGERS OF TRENGGANU. £18.00    
         191pp. Index. 37 b/w photographs and 2 maps. Man-eaters in remote Malaya.   Very good. Boards a little rubbed but no inscriptions, labels or foxing.   1954 Second impression, Museum Press.
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    Map.   INDIA (SOUTH SHEET); BURMA AND STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. £28.00    
         Mounted on cloth in cloth covers with tie fastening. 65 x 55cms. Plans of Bombay and Madras in lower margin. Colour printed showing Headquarters or Chief towns of districts.   Very good.   No date (1930s?) George Philip and Son Ltd.
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    Maxwell, George.   IN MALAY FORESTS. £65.00    
         306pp + publisher's catalogue. Hunting adventures. In the original green cloth.   Very good. Front hinge a little slack and extremities slightly rubbed.   1907 First edition, William Blackwood.
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    Maxwell, Willian Edward.   A MANUAL OF THE MALAY LANGUAGE. £24.00    
      with and Introductory Sketch of the Sanskrit Element in Malay.   182pp. In the original brown cloth.   Very good indeed.   1907 Eighth edition, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co
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    Mayer, Charles.   JUNGLE BEASTS I HAVE CAPTURED. £16.00    
         269pp. 18 full-page drawings. Adventures in Malaya and Borneo.   Hinges weak. Otherwise very good.   1924 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Mayer, Charles.   JUNGLE BEASTS I HAVE CAPTURED. £35.00    
         269pp. 18 full-page drawings. Adventures in Malaya and Borneo.   Very good indeed. A lovely copy.   1924 First edition, Heinemann.
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    O'Brien, Terence.   THE MOONLIGHT WAR. £16.00    
      The Story of Clandestine Operations in South-East Asia 1944-45.   363pp. Index. 2 maps.   Fine in fine dw.   1987 First edition, Collins.
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    Papineau, Aristide J.G.   PAPINEAU'S GUIDE TO SINGAPORE and Spotlight on Malaysia. £35.00    
         326pp + xxxii pp street index relating to 2 folding maps of postal districts. Large numbers of advertisments to businesses of that time.   Corners and spine rubbed but complete and sound.   1965 18th Edition, Aristide Publications, Singapore.
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    Sadka, Emily (edits)   THE JOURNAL OF SIR HUGH LOWE, PERAK, 1877. £35.00    
      Journal of the Malayan Branch Royal Asiatic Society.   108pp. In the original green paper wrappers.   Very good.   1954 Volume XXVII Part 4.
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    Saunders, Graham.   TROPICAL INTERLUDES. £8.00    
      European Life and Society in South-East Asia.   235pp. Paperback. An anthology. Much on Burma, Malaya and Indonesia.   Fine,   1998 Oxford University Press, Kuala Lumpur.
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    Smith, E.D.   WARS BRING SCARS. £10.00    
         144pp. Index. Card covers. 19 b/w photographs and 2 maps. Gurkha officers account of action in Malaya and Borneo.   Fine.   1993 R.J.Leach, Aylesford.
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    Smith, E.D.   WARS BRING SCARS. £10.00    
      Friends in the Hills.   144pp. Index. Card covers. 20 b/w photographs and 2 maps. Gurkha service in Greece, India, Malaya and Borneo 1945-64. The author served for 36 years with the Gurkhas ultimately commanding a regiment.   Fine.   1993 First edition, R.J.Leach, Aylesford.
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    Walsh, Barbara Ann and Bell, Jan and Graham.   FORTY GOOD MEN. £35.00    
      The Story of the Tanglin Club in the Island of Singapore 1865-1990.   188pp. 4to. Many b/w archive photographs. Signed by Graham Bell on the title page.   Fine in fine dw.   1991 First edition, for the Club.
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    Wilkinson, R.J.   ABRIDGED MALAY-ENGLISH DICTIONARY (romanised). £25.00    
         282pp.   Very good.   1937 Fifth edition, Kelly & Walsh, Singapore.
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    Winstedt, R.O.   A HISTORY OF MALAYA. £35.00    
         270pp. Index. Folding genealogical table. 21 b/w illustrations. Published in 'The Journal of the Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society' in 1935. In the original brown cloth.   Internally very good but hinges and spine a little worn and endpapers grubby.   1935 Luzac and Co..
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    Winstedt, Sir Richard et al.   JOURNAL OF THE MALAYAN BRANCH ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY. £10.00    
      Miscellaneous Papers.   228pp. In the original green paper wrappers.   Very good   1953 Volume XXVI Part 1. .
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    Winstedt, Sir Richard.   AN ENGLISH-MALAY DICTIONARY (Roman Characters). £10.00    
         524pp. Stiff card boards reinforced with later red backstrip with white handwritten title.   Tightly bound and holding well.   1949 3rd edition., Kelly and Walsh, Singapore.
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    Wurtzburg, C.E.   RAFFLES OF THE EASTERN ISLES. £16.00    
         788pp. 21 b/w illustrations and 4 maps.   Once in a library but with minimal markings. No spine marks but small stamp marks have been erased.   1954 First edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
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    Yusni, Ahmad (photographs).   PENANG SOUVENIR PICTURE BOOK. £10.00    
         32pp. Card-covered stapled booklet 36 colour photographs. Map of the island and street map of Georgetown.   Very good indeed.   No date (c1975) Majeed & Co., Penang and Kuala Lumpur.
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