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Green cloth, black titles. Colour frontis. A few scattered foxspots to prelims and endpapers. Light page-edge browning.
Maroon cloth, black titles. Story by Johns: The Case of the Two Bright Boys. Spine and corners bumped. Page edge browning. Pictorial wrapper is edge-creased with couple small edge-tears.
Maroon cloth, black titles. Story by Johns: The Case of the Two Bright Boys. Wrapper price-cut and edge-rubbed with slight loss.
A Story of the Stirring Times of Old. 4 colour plates, 214 pages plus publisher adverts to rear. Blue cloth with yellow/green decoration. Spine bumped, corners lightly rubbed, covers a little grubby. Inscription in ink to front pastedown. A few foxspots and small margin marks.
A boy's adventures in the higher Alps. Green cloth, black titles. Colour frontis. Spine bumped. Lower spine faded. Front endpaper missing. Pale foxing to prelims and endpapers. Pictorial wrapper worn and torn with loss.
THE BOYS' AND GIRLS' ADVENTURE BOOK
Written by John R. Crossland; J.M. Parrish; C. Bernard Rutley; et al. Illustrated by Harry Rountree; T.H. Robinson; et al..
Stock no. 697964
Published by Odhams Press Ltd.. Slightly better than very good condition in a good dustwrapper.
Red cloth, gilt titles. Colour pictorial onlay showing aeroplane over the desert. Colour plates. B/w illustrations. First story "Rendezvous Creek". A few foxspots to endpapers. Wrapper edge-torn with some loss.
Brown cloth, black title to spine. B/w frontis. Corners lightly rubbed. 1" split to top of spine. A few foxspots to prelims else contents clean.
April to September 1913. A magazine for boys and "old boys". Burgundy cloth, gilt titles. Colour folding frontis B/w illustrations. All edges gilt. "Aldershot, 1913" by P.G.Wodehouse. Spine chipped at bottom and small tear at top. Corners worn. Covers scuffed. Name stamp to front endpaper. A small tear to fold of frontis. Page edges lightly browned. Clear sellotape repair to first hinge.
Pictorial boards showing boys diving. W.E. Johns Biggles story: The Case of the Two Bright Boys. Inscription in ink to verso of front free endpaper. Wrapper edge-worn and a little torn at spine.
The Bumper Book Series - no. 4. 1st story - A Job for the Captain by Kenneth Wheeler. Paper pictorial boards, red cloth spine. B/w illustrations. Colour frontis. Corners bumped. Light indentation to covers. Pictorial wrapper is edge-chipped and creased; strengthened to verso with tape.
Red cloth spine. Green pictorial boards showing boy with hockey stick. Colour frontis. B/w illustrations. First story is "The Sporting Sportsmaster". Very light foxing to endpapers. Wrapper edge-chipped.
16 chromolithograph plates. Professionally rebound with burgundy cloth spine, beige boards. January 1906 to May 1907. Contents fine, boards lightly rubbed.