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An adventure story for boys. Red cloth, black titles and vignette to front of one man punching another. 6 b/w plates, 284 pages plus four pages of publisher adverts to rear. Evidence of damp lifting cloth of front cover (a large bubble to spine edge). Spine faded. Corners lightly worn. Small nick in cloth at front vertical edge. Rear joint cracked, front joint just starting to crack at base. A few foxspots present.
A story for boys. Red cloth, black titles. Colour frontis. 245 pages. Black's Boys' Library. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Hinges lightly pulled. Contents clean.
A story of the civil wars. Blue cloth, black titles and illustration to front cover and spine. 8 b/w plates. 222 pages. Spine slightly faded, a few foxspots to covers, a couple of bumps to edges. Foxing throughout. All plates present.
ALAN CARR IN THE NEAR EAST
Written by Percy F. Westerman. Illustrated by E. Boye Uden.
Stock no. 808204
Published by Blackie & Son Ltd.. 1st 1942. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
The story of a Cadet's life and adventures aboard the S.S. Golden Venture during the World War. Red cloth, black titles. 4 b/w plates. 256 pages. Top corners bumped. All plates present. Pictorial wrapper is edge-rubbed & worn with slight loss at corners and a little grubby to rear panel.
Burgundy pictorial cloth with gilt titles. 316 pages with booklist to rear. B/w text illustrations. Spine and corners bumped and worn. Covers rubbed and slightly soiled on rear. Inscription in ink to front fly-leaf. Page browning to endpapers. Front joint cracked. Foxing throughout with some grubby fingermarks to page margins. Some hinges cracked.
Pictorial covers and spine. Front cover shows a cowboy having his tooth pulled out with a rope! Colour frontis + 3 other colour plates. First story is 'How Lee Perry Played the Juice' by Grant. Cover edges are bumped and worn, with some chipping. Score mark to top of front cover. Chipping along edges of spine. Some tears to paper on spine which appear to have been repaired with glue. Browning to pages internally. A few grubby finger marks. All colour plates are present. Couple of b/w illustrations have been coloured in.
Red cloth with black titles to spine and front cover. 254 pages. B/w illustrations. Spine and corners bumped. Name in ink to front pastedown. Foxing throughout else contents clean. Wrapper is edge worn, torn and creased with loss (mainly to top and tail of spine.
Colour pictorial boards showing two boys hiking with dog. 4 colour plates, including frontis. First story is 'The Shanghaied Mountie' by Crawford Kaye. Chunky volume. Spine and corners are bumped and worn. Chipping to cover edges and top and tail of spine. A few grubby marks to covers, with a few small scuffs. Front joint is cracked and becoming weak; webbing showing through. Some ink stamp marks to belongs to box and verso of frontis. Small tear to bottom of frontis. Light browning to page edges and margins. A few hinges are pulled. All plates are present.
An ordinary chap's reluctant quest for military glory. Green boards, black title to spine. ISBN: 9780747590705.
Includes "Shadow the Sheepdog" by Blyton and "Toby Takes A Bow" by Pamela Brown. Blue cloth spine, pictorial boards. Front cover shows children boarding an aeroplane. Edges rubbed & worn. Small square patch of surface paper loss to top of rear cover. Inscription in blue pencil to verso of front endpaper. Front joint starting to crack. Very few foxspots, contents generally clean and bright.
Blue cloth with dark blue titles. Small decoration to spine. 6 b/w plates. 255 pages. Spine and corners are bumped, with some wear. Marks to covers. Crossed out ink inscription to front endpaper. An early reprint. A few grubby margin marks. All plates are present.
Edited by Strang. Large format. Beige cloth spine with black title and decorations. Pictorial covers. Colour frontis and other colour plates through book. First story is 'Lost, Stolen or Strayed' by Hugh Banstead. Some bumping to spine. Wear to cover edges. Browned rectangle marks to first few pages, including front pastedown and front endpaper - possibly a bookplate has been removed. Names in pencil in belongs to box. Damp marks to rear pastedown and endpaper. Book has been a little repaired. Light surface paper loss to last page, which is affecting text.