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The sixth of the Lone Pine Adventure series again set in Shropshire. A forest pillaged of Christmas trees, a mysterious glider and a forest fire make for a truly exciting story. Beige boards, red lettering. Maps on endpapers. 247 pages. Small booksellers label to front pastedown. Foxing at endpapers and textblock. Price-cut wrapper is ever so slightly edge rubbed.
A gripping and fast-moving adventure story about the Lone Pine Club set on Dartmoor. Cream boards, red titles. Endpapers show sketch of the Moor. B/w illustrations. 244 pages. Spine bumped. Some slight grubbiness to covers. Light foxing to textblock. Price-cut wrapper is slightly edge worn.
A vivid, fast-moving story of an unusual adventure on the Grand Union Canal. Orange cloth. B/w illustrations. 164 pages. Staining to boards. Spine slightly cocked. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Some colouring to b/w frontis. Pictorial dustwrapper is heavily repaired with tape to verso which has aged and is now showing through to the front. Some surface paper loss to rear panel of dustwrapper and some loss to spine.
Set in the lonely, exciting moorland country of the North Riding of Yorkshire where Harriet Sparrow's Grandfather now has an antique shop. Green boards, black titles. Endpapers are maps. A Lone Pine Story. 247 pages. Top and bottom of spine slightly bumped. Larger bump to middle of spine. Prize presentation plate to half -title page. Light foxing to page edges otherwise contents are clean. Price-cut wrapper is edge worn, chipped and creased. A little scuffing to spine. Front flap is creased.
The Jillies expected a lovely peaceful holiday in the Austrian mountains, but it was anything but a peaceful holiday. Green cloth, silver titles. Green endpapers are maps. Colour frontis, b/w illustrations. Spine and corners bumped. Foxing to textblock. Small booksellers sticker to front pastedown. Lower page corner tips lightly creased to preliminary pages. Dustwrapper is slightly edge chipped and creased with only minimal loss and a little grubby to rear panel.
SUSAN, BILL AND THE GOLDEN CLOCK
Written by Malcolm Saville. Illustrated by E.H. Shepard.
Stock no. 2131632
Published by Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd.. 1st 1955. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Red boards with black lettering and small illustration to front. Colour frontis, and 6 b&w illustrations. Part of the Susan & Bill series. 118 pages. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is price-cut with tears and chips; repaired to verso with sticky tape. Some small loss to wrapper; a few surface paper chips to rear panel.
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A Jilly Family story. The Jillies start for Scotland but decide to leave the train when it is snowbound at Shap in Westmorland. Grey cloth with silver titles to spine. Colour frontis, b/w illustrations. 231 pages. SIGNED by the author to half-title page. Faint mottling to front board. Text block lightly browned. Inscription in ink to front pastedown. Contents clean.
The story of the man who changed the world - Jesus Christ. Brown boards, gilt title to spine. Photographic plates and b/w text illustrations. ISBN: 085648038X. Dustwrapper is slightly edge rubbed. Foxspots to textblock.
Blue mottled boards, gilt title to spine. 192 pages. Top edge red. A Lone Pine adventure based in Shropshire. ISBN: 0001602908. SIGNED by the author on a small white piece of paper which has been stuck down onto the half-title page. This is the page that you see when you open the book so it is possible that the front free-endpaper is missing? Small piece torn from lower edge of rear free-endpaper where it is stuck to the pastedown. Contents clean. Spine slightly bumped. Dustwrapper is slightly rubbed at spine and corners with slight loss to base of spine.
The story of two city children sent to stay on a farm where they thought nothing ever happened. They soon changed their minds. The story was also filmed on Malcolm Saville's farm in Hertfordshire. Green cloth, yellow title to spine. B/w text illustrations. 128 pages. Damp mark to bottom of front cover, which goes through boards to some pages of book; wrinkling. Small name in ink to front endpaper. Wrapper is torn with damp marking; 2-3" piece of loss to bottom of front panel.
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A tale of Christianity set in Roman times. Red boards, gilt title to spine B/w illustrations. 132 pages. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with a few closed tears and small nicks; minimal loss.
A Lone Pine Story. Red cloth, black titles. Full-page b/w illustrations plus b/w maps to the endpapers. 200 pages. Spine and cover edges are faded; couple of splits to cloth on spine. Name in ink to front endpaper. Damp mark to top of some pages next to spine. Foxing and page edge browning.