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Blue decorated cloth. Blue and white engravings. 554 numbered pages. Spine and corners slightly bumped and rubbed. Contained in publisher's cream slipcase which is edge worn and split in places, rubbed (black mark) to lower edges and a small mark to one side panel.
Decorated cloth with gilt title block to spine. Colour frontis. Minimal bumping to top of spine and top edge of textblock is a bit dusty. Contained in publisher's red slipcase which is marked on panels, has a damp stain to spine and is bumped at opening corners.
Contains Without Feathers; Getting Even; Side Effects. Grey pictorial cloth. 245 pages. Book is fine. Contained in publisher's grey slipcase which is lightly marked and has a small dent to one of the side panels.
Landscape portrait to cloth covers. Gilt title to spine. Top edge olive green. B/w illustrations. Spine is slightly bumped and title to spine has been rubbed off a little. Light browning to half-title page. Contained in publisher's edge worn slipcase which is split in places and also slightly browned.
A TOUR THROUGH THE WHOLE ISLAND OF GREAT BRITAIN (3 VOLUMES)
Written by Daniel Defoe; Pat Rogers.
Stock no. 1320077
Published by Folio Society. 1983. Nearly fine condition.
Brown cloth boards, gilt titles and tooling to front boards and spines. B/w illustrations. Books are lightly sunned to spine. Contained in publishers pictorial slipcase which is scuffed at top and bottom edges.
Introduction by Roy Strong. Illustrated in colour. Fold-out genealogical tree to rear. Minimal bumping to top of spine. Contained in publisher's blue slipcase which has some light scuff marks, a black mark to one side of the opening and some surface paper damage to one edge of spine.
To prove himself innocent to the French police, he must discover which one of his fellow guests at his pension is the real spy. First published in 1938 by Hodder & Stoughton, the text of this editions follows the first edition with minor emendations. Navy blue pictorial cloth. 8 full-page colour plates. 220 pages. Still in original publisher's black slipcase and shrinkwrap.
A facsimile of her manuscript written aged 16 and illustrated with colour text illustrations by her sister. With an introduction by Deidre Le Faye and a transcript of the text. Cream spine with gilt title, decorated boards. Minimal rubbing at corners. Contained in publishers cream slipcase which is just a little grubby and has a couple of tiny dents to opening edges.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II (2 VOLUMES)
Written by Thomas Babington Macaulay; Peter Rowland.
Stock no. 1320072
Published by Folio Press. 1985. Nearly fine condition.
Introduction by Rowland. Blue cloth boards, gilt titles and tooling design. B/w illustrations. Top edges blue. Spines are very slightly faded. Contained in a cream slipcase which is slightly grubby and slightly worn at corners of opening.
This edition is limited to 1750 copies for sale to members of The Folio Society. Blue leather spine with gilt title, decorated paper boards. Colour plates. Contained in a blue slipcase with gilt title and colour onlay to front.
Autobiography of E.M. Delafield. Grey and brown pictorial cloth. B/w illustrations. Spine is slightly browned. Burgundy slipcase is faded at edges, split a lower edge of back.
Black silk moiree binding, gilt titles. Colour plates. Spine is slightly faded. Contained in a lilac slipcase which is edge worn, faded and foxed and split along one edge.