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HABITS, MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF ALL NATIONS FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF THE YOUNG
No author listed.
Stock no. 1821068
Published by Edward Lacey. Circa 1860. Very good condition.
Brown blind stamped boards, gilt title to spine and vignette to front. B/w plates. vi and 248 pages. Top & tail of spine worn, corners lightly rubbed. Boards clean and bright. Front endpaper missing. Contemporary inscription in ink to verso of frontis. Top corner creases to contents and a few grubby marks.
Three-quarters blue calf leather binding, red title block with gilt title to spine. Marbled paper boards. Marbled text block. Hand-coloured frontis. xii + 346 pages. Spine is faded, scuffed and worn, small splits to sides of top & tail, slight loss to tail. Edges rubbed & worn. Boards scuffed. Joints cracked but binding tight. Foxing to prelims and last couple of pages. A few margin marks to contents.
BARON BRUNO; OR, THE UNBELIEVING PHILOSOPHER, AND OTHER FAIRY STORIES
Written by Louisa Morgan. Illustrated by R. Caldecott.
Stock no. 1320100
Published by Macmillan & Co.. 1st 1875. Almost very good condition.
Blue cloth with gilt titles and black borders. Brown endpapers. 259 pages. B/w illustrations. Spine and corners bumped. Spine darkened. Small indentation to top edges of covers. Some marks to covers. Prize plate and small booksellers sticker to front pastedown. Name in ink to front endpaper. Some light foxing and fingering to contents.
Red cloth covers, black illustrations to front and spine. Black title to front cover, gilt titles to spine. 26 b/w illustrations throughout. 208 pages and 32 pages of adverts dated February 1894. Spine and corners bumped. Some grubby marks to covers. Book leans to one side. Endpapers browned, foxing to textblock and tissue-guard of frontis. Small mark to front free-endpaper.
Dark leather covers with gilt titles and decorations. Colour frontis. All edges gilt. Small splits to top and tail of spine; wear to leather along edges. Bumping to corners. Large damp mark to corner of pages of prelims. Name in ink to free front endpaper.
4th edition, with new an additional woodcuts. Small format. B/w engravings. In Words of One Syallable. Uneven fading to covers. Bumping and light chipping to corners. Name in ink to front pastedown. Foxing; mostly to prelims.
Brown cloth with gilt titles and black decorations. Upwards of 200 illustrations engraved by Dalziel Brothers. Bumping and wear to spine and corners; a few marks. Joints are a little cracked. Some margin marks internally.
Rebound in red cloth, new black title label to spine, what appears to be original front cover laid on. B/w illustrations. Fading to spine. Some spotting to covers. NEW endpapers. Some foxing and browning throughout.
Red pictorial cloth with gilt titles. New Edition. Warne's Star Series. Spine is browned. A few marks to covers. Page edge browning.
A sequel to Christie's Old Organ. Blue pictorial cloth, gilt titles. B/w illustrations. 128 pages. Light bumping and wear to spine and corners. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Browning to endpapers; foxing to outer page edges.
SUNDAY READING FOR THE YOUNG 1900
No author listed. Illustrated by Gordon Browne; A.G. Walker; W.H.C. Groome; Helen Miles; George Woolliscroft Rhead; Charles Robinson; et al..
Stock no. 2133964
Published by Wells Gardner, Darton & Co.. 1900. Almost very good condition.
Blue cloth boards with white decorative borders and embossed white illustration of girl and boy to front. Bevelled edges. Colour frontispiece entitled 'Preparing for the Flower Service'. B/w illustrations by various artists. 412 pages plus 24 page publisher advert to rear. All edges gilt. Bumping and wear to over edges. A few marks to covers and uneven fading to rear. Reward plate to front endpaper. Foxing to outer page edges. Some page browning.
A Humorous Tale Written Principally by a Lady of Ninety. Brown cloth, gilt vignette & title to front. 22 woodcuts. With new illustrations by Greenaway. Nearly 2" split to cloth at base of spine. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Browning to endpapers and outer page edges. A few margin marks.