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A Handbook of Modern Japan by  Ernest W Clement - First Edition - 1903 - from Old Saratoga Books and

A Handbook of Modern Japan

by Clement, Ernest W

Condition: Good with no dust jacket; Usual library stamps and markings, one tear to folding map.

Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Company. Good with no dust jacket; Usual library stamps and markings, one tear to . folding map.. 1903. First Edition. Hardcover. xiv, 395 pp, index. Handsome green cloth binding with bamboo design in light green stamped on front boards. Titles stamped in gilt on front boards and spine. Top edges gilt. Large color folding map of Japanese empire, many photos. ; Ex-Library .


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