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AMERICA'S FIRST FIRST WORLD WAR: THE FRENCH & INDIAN WAR 1754-1763
Written by Timothy J. Todish. Illustrated by Gary S. Zaboly.
Stock no. 2135051
Published by Suagothel Productions, Ltd.. 1982. Very good condition.
Brown leatherette with gilt titles. Illustrated with photographs by the author and paintings by Zaboly. Limited edition to 2,000 numbered copies. This is Copy No. 191. Rubbing and wear to spine and corners. Page edge browning with a few foxspots.
Translated and with an Introduction and Notes by Eileen Power. Green cloth. Colour pictorial onlay to front. Colour plates. A treatise on moral and domestic economy by a citizen of Paris c1393. Minimal bumping to spine. Slight rubbing/grubby marks to slipcase edges.
THE GENERAL: CHARLES DE GAULLE AND THE FRANCE HE SAVED
Written by Jonathan Fenby.
Stock no. 1822122
Published by Simon & Schuster. 1st 2010. Fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.
A magisterial, sweeping biography of one of the great leaders of the twentieth century and of the country with which he so identified himself. B/w photos. ISBN: 9781847373922. Includes relevant newspaper cuttings.
Large format. Glazed pictorial boards. Colour photos and illustrations. Text in FRENCH. ISBN: 290818222X. Bumping to top and tail of spine. Some fading to cover edges and spine.
B/w illustrations. Careers of the key French military commanders. ISBN: 0297791249. Previous owner's address ink stamped to front pastedown. Text block lightly browned. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly rubbed. Cigarette odour present.
Paris has just been discovered by Eloise the little girl from the Plaza... Here is what Eloise does in Paris: everything. The effect is rawther extraordinaire. If you come to Paris with Eloise you will always by glad you did. Large format. Blue boards with gilt titles. Pictorial endpapers. Colour illustrations to text throughout. Bumping to corners and spine. Fade mark to top edge of front cover. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Page edge browning. Wrapper is creased with edge-tears and chips; a little loss at corners; some foxing and browning.
Red cloth with gilt title to spine. B/w photos. Wrapper has top corner of front flap cut off; some creasing and chips; repairs to verso with tape.
The Mind and Method of History's Greatest Soldier. Every campaign and battle which Napoleon personally conducted. xliii + 1172 pages. B/w illustrations + 73 maps specially drawn for this book and 7 maps reproduced from original engravings. ISBN: 0297748300. 2nd impression of the fisrt edition. Previous owner's address ink stamped to front pastedown. Text block browned. Front joint worn but not cracked. Green dustwrapper is heavily creased and edge-worn with a few closed tears and small chips. Cigarette odour present.
Translated and with an Introduction and Notes by Eileen Power. Green cloth. Colour pictorial onlay to front. Colour plates. A treatise on moral and domestic economy by a citizen of Paris c1393. Spine slightly faded. Text block slightly dust stained. Contents fine. Contained in publisher's slipcase which is lightly stained.
REMINISCENCES OF BERLIN DURING THE FRANCO-GERMAN WAR OF 1870-71
Written by Shephard Thomas Taylor.
Stock no. 1320183
Published by Griffith, Farran, Okeden & Welsh. 1st 1885. Very good condition.
Red cloth with gilt titles and black vignettes. 335 pages. B/w illustrations. Spine and corners bumped, some fading to spine. Some foxing to contents.
FRENCH AIR SERVICE WAR CHRONOLOGY 1914-1918
Written by Frank W. Bailey; Christophe Cony.
Stock no. 1320180
Published by Grub Street. 1st 2001. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Day-to-day claims and losses by French fighter, bomber and two-seat pilots on the Western Front. 327 pages. B/w photos. Red boards, gilt title to spine. ISBN: 1902304349. Spine bumped at top and tail. Neat name in biro to front free-endpaper. Dustwrapper is lightly edge creased and there is some slight evidence of label being removed from front flap.
The Journal of Madame De La Tour Du Pin. Edited and translated by Harcourt. Purple cloth, gilt decorations. B/w illustrations. 345 pages. Spine lightly faded. Pale browning to prelims and last few pages. Contained in worn publisher's slipcase which is browned and bumped at corners.