Published by The Times Publishing Company, Lahore (India), 1930
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Lahore (India): The Times, 1930 - Very Good hardcover/ near Very Good dust jacket (in mylar) - 9" tall - clean dark blue covers (gilt lettered on spine), with blind-stamped border - color frontis from painting by Rene Bull - pullout map - unmarked - dust jacket shows light soiling to rear, wear and corner chips at backstrip, shallow upper edgewear; otherwise bright and clear design - appendices - 306 pages. A severe critique of the Chamber of Princes which represented territory, within the British Empire circa 1930, still under direct hereditary rule by Indian princes. By the author of Uncle Sham. Also published under the names of Kanhaya Lal or Khalid Latif Gauba or, as he preferred, K.L. Gauba.
Published by Times Publishing Co., Lahore, 1930
First Edition. Hardcover. Large octavo. 306pp. Blue cloth gilt-lettered on spine. Color frontis. NOTE: Fold-out map. A political protest against the Princes of India - "A staggering indictment." Bumps to spine ends, page-edges browned, owner's name label on front free endpaper, lacking title-page, half title page is present, color frontispiece is detached but present and complete, text is complete and unmarked. Overall a readable Good copy in Fair-only dust jacket (dust jacket worn & torn with several large tears & pieces lost from edges - jacket now protected in mylar sleeve). Scarce in dust jacket.
Published by Times Publishing Company, Lahore, India, 1930
Hard Cover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. Blue cloth cover with gilt lettering. Fragile, loose binding. Tears on tattered dust jacket. 305 pages. Fold-out map, color frontispiece.
Published by The Times Publishing Company, Lahore, 1930, 1930
Condition: Very Good. First edition. Hardback. Cloth slightly worn marked and rubbed, spine crack, otherwise very good. No dust jacket.