Old Burma as Described by Foreign Travellers; Burma Pamphlets - Archaeological Notes on Pagan (1931 & 1926), Burma; Burma - Burma Yesterday and Tomorrow, Sun Over Burma, Burma: 1938-9 (Thos. Cook); Wings of the Phoenix. - U Myo Min, Taw Sein Ko, Ma (Daw) Mya Sein, F. Haskings, U Tun Pe, et al. 1938 - 1949 - Various, Various - Various Eight works on Burma bound into four charming volumes for Charles Booth, British diplomat who served in Burma three times between 1950 and 1978.

A compilation of memoir, history, and tourist guides to Burma, these books are profusely illustrated with maps, photographic plates, and illustrations, and will provide wonderful material for armchair travellers, and nostalgia to those who have already visited Burma.
  Provenance: Charles Booth (1925-1997) Charles Booth served in Burma three times during his life, first as a junior civil servant, the second as Head of Chancery, and finally, as Ambassador in 1978. A staunch defender of Burma and eager to see it’s success in the twentieth century, Booth worked closely with his friends and colleagues to promote education and stability in Myanmar, even under a repressive military junta’s watchful eye.

References: Herbert,
Burma, 289 [Sun Over Burma], 174 [Ma (Daw) Mya Sein - Burma].

Four volumes (17.5 x 11 cm) // (18 x 12 cm) // (18 x 12 cm) // (21 x 14 cm). pp. [14] 102 [58] // [6] 35 [1]; 40; 32 [40] // [10] 94, 8 (ads); [24] 114 vii [1] [pink ‘Corrigenda’ slip] [4]; 27 [5 (ads)] [2] // [10] 143 [5].
  In later three quarter black morocco over red pebbled cloth, spines tooled and lettered in gilt, red patterned endpapers.   Condition: Very good to Near fine, in fine bindings   Ref: 108544   Price: HK$ 2,500