Karachi. Haqqi Brothers. n.d. Colour folding map, 76 x 101cm. Folds into a faded light blue card folder 22.5 x 14cm. Title of map and price handwritten on upper cover folder. Scale of main map is 1:1.6667, smaller maps are 1:80 (where shown). Shows roads, railway lines, boundaries, major towns...
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Karachi. Oxford University Press. 1964. Maps, black and white photographic illustrations, iv + 262pp, appendix, index, cancelled library stamp endpapers, neat annotation contents page, endpapers marked and patchily browned, library catalogue number stamped on spine, otherwise a sound hardback copy. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 261).
London. Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1976. xiv + 173pp, notes, references, index, name of prior owner front free endpaper, some pencilling margins bibliography, otherwise very good in little rubbed and priceclipped dustjacket. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 153324).
Karachi. Pakistan Historical Society. c.1977. 21pp (197-218), inscription in ink by author upper wrapper, author's name handwritten upper wrapper, little insect damage lower wrapper and upper wrapper little creased, otherwise good. Offprint from the Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society, July 1977. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 153922).
United States: Scribner Book Company, 2008. Maps, xii + 288pp, index, remainder mark lower edge, good in dustjacket. Pakistan is the sixth most populous country in the world. It is the only Islamic state to have nuclear weapons. Its border with Afghanistan extends over one thousand miles and is the...
1974. Over 100 colour photographs in this collection were taken by Professor Basil Johnson "in August/September 1974 while on relief flights flown by Soviet helicopters taking food to villages (supposedly) stranded by severe floods." (from notes by Professor Johnson). The flights schedules were 1. Relief Flight August 30 to Mohanganj...
Collection of approximately 90 slides showing maps and diagrams of Bangladesh. The slides are from the collection of geographer Professor Basil Johnson and each has been annotated with subject or location. The maps cover from 1957 to the 1970s. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 54798).
Rawalpindi. Frontier Corps (NWFP). 1987. Map, colour and black and white photographic illustrations, 18pp, a good copy in stapled wrappers. A brief history of the two thousand year old fort Bala Hisar in Peshawar. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 153840).
London. Smith, Elder. 1862. 8 full page chromolithographs, xv + 480pp, appendix, neat ex-Parliamentary library gilt stamp at foot of spine but no other library markings. Half calf binding, marbled paper covered boards and endpapers. Errata slip present. Leather on spine darkened and somewhat crazed, endpapers, tissue guards and adjacent...
Calcutta. Thacker, Spink. 1880. 124pp, index, ex Parliamentary library, gilt library stamp upper cover and tail of spine but no other library markings, half morocco binding, marbled endpapers and edges. Spine worn particularly on raised bands and joints, marbled edges and endpapers, title page and first and last blanks foxed...
John Murray. Black and white photographic illustrations, 244pp, bibliography, index, a good copy in little worn and dampstained dustjacket. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 152605).
Elibron Classics. Map, 344pp, index, paperback. Facsimile paperback. Originally published in 1878. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 152203).
New Delhi. Marketing and Economic Research Bureau. 1972. Map, 88pp, dustjacket worn and a little chipped. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 72222).
Canberra. Research School of Pacific Studies. 1980. Map, 80pp, bibliography, name of prior owner title page, little insect damage lower cover, a good copy in little worn paperback. Canberra Papers on Strategy and Defence No 23. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 154014).
New Delhi. Vikas Publishing House. n.d. c.1983. vii + 184pp, bookseller's stamp front free endpaper, upper margin front free endpaper and half title trimmed, still a good copy in little worn priceclipped dustjacket. Articles on the Indo-Pakistan relationship compiled under the auspices of the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi...
New Delhi. Vikas. (c.1983). vii + 184pp, front free endpaper and half title trimmed, ink stamp front free endpaper, ink marginalia on one leaf, dustjacket some light wear, otherwise a good sound copy. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 20891).
Washington. D.C. National Academy Press. 1981. xvii + 117pp, very good paperback copy. Committee on Population and Demography Report No. 5. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 45680).
London. Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, 2013. Maps, colour and black and white illustrations, xl + 567pp, notes, bibliography, glossary, index, small closed tear tail of dustjacket spine, a very good hardback copy otherwise. In the spring of 1839, the British invaded Afghanistan for the first time. Led by lancers in scarlet...
Islamabad. National Institute of Historical and Cultural Research. 1989. Maps, black and white illustrations, 532pp, bibliography, index, upper edge foxed, dustjacket overall little rubbed with spine sunned, a good hardback copy. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 161146).
Islamabad. Capital Development Authority. No date. Line maps and figures, 8 + 59pp, indices, complimentary copy with stamped covers, a good paperback copy. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 155625).
Karachi. Pakistan Publications. . 55pp, pages and edges little browned, a sound copy in worn paperback with little loss on spine. Julian Duguid was an explorer, writer, and broadcaster. He travelled to Pakistan for the BBC. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 154043).
London. Murray. 1843. 3rd Edition. Folding plan of the cantonment and the surrounding country with two small somewhat crudely repaired tears, xx + 330pp, appendix. Original blind stamped cloth, gilt pictorial upper cover, binding a little skewed, cloth torn with loss at head and tail of spine, lacks half title...
Karachi. Oxford University Press. 1987. Fourth impression. Folding map, black and white illustrations by A.D. McCormick, xx + 658pp, dustjacket few small closed tears, now protected; some light foxing edges and front free endpapers, a good hardback copy. Originally published in 1896. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 161109).
Islamabad. Ministry of Information and National Affairs. 1971. 70pp, appendices, markings in pencil, first and last pages torn around rusted staples, still a good copy in little soiled and worn wrappers. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 154050).
New York. Manhattan Publishing. 1960. ix + 328pp, index, appendix, minor wear dustjacket, a good copy. Vol 1 in a series of National Studies on International Organization initiated by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 142034).