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Cloth-backed pictorial boards. B/w plates. A story of woodland fairies. Minimal bumping to corners. Some slightly grubby marks to covers. Endpapers are just a little browned. Contents clean. Plain paper dustwrapper is edge chipped and a little grubby, slightly browned to spine.
Limited to 500 copies. Green cloth. Gilt title and vignette to front cover. Endpapers are maps. B/w portrait frontis. Uncut page edges. These volumes are Copy No. 286. Covers are very faded. Some foxing and browning to pages, mostly to outer page edges. A few page margin marks. Slight musty odour to books.
HISTORIES OR TALES OF PAST TIMES TOLD BY MOTHER GOOSE WITH MORALS
Written by M. Perrault; G.M. Gent.
Stock no. 2119370
Published by The Nonesuch Press. 1925. Very good condition.
Limited to 1250 numbered copies. Written in French by Perrault and Englished (sic) by G.M.Gent. Decorative paperboards, blue cloth spine with gilt title. Hand-coloured illustrations to chapter headers. The text-paper is Dutch Mould-Made and the cover paper is Chinese. 128 pages. 6.25 x 4 inches. Uneven fading to spine. Some scuffing and wear to covers. Corners are bumped. Some page browning. Foxing to outer page edges.
Privately published. Limited to 75 Copies. Small format. ISBN: 0954915704. SIGNED by author. Copy no. 34.
The Poets of the Princes Series, Volume I. Edited and translated by Jones. Brown leather spine. Limited edition to 100 copies, printed on hand-made paper. With etchings by Parry. A few marks to covers. Corners are bumped, with light wear. This is copy no. 56. SIGNED by translator and illustrator. A few margin marks. Page edges are uncut.
Dark blue cloth, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. xv and 124 pages. 303 copies privately printed. Covers lightly scuffed. Top and tail of spine a little worn. Inscription in coloured pencil to front endpaper. One or two margin marks but generally a nice copy.
NARRATIVE OF A JOURNEY ASSOCIATED WITH A FLY FROM GLOUCESTER TO ABERYSTWITH AND FROM ABERYSTWITH THROUGH NORTH WALES
Written by Thomas Turner. Illustrated by D. Cox.
Stock no. 575974
1st 1840. Fair condition.
Brown leather spine with gilt title and decorations. Green cloth covers. 11 b/w plates plus portrait frontis. The journey was undertaken July 31st to September 8th 1837. Privately printed. Author's bookplate to front pastedown. Front joint broken else contents are very good with all plates present. Top of spine repaired. Corners slightly bumped. REDUCED FROM Â£160.
UNITE AND LIVE A RECORD OF ENTERTAINMENTS FOR PROMOTING THE BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING RACES
Written by James White; et al.
Stock no. 988391
1st 1919. Very good condition.
Record Of The Work of the British Committee for Entertaining America Forces. Printed for private circulation. A record of entertainments for promoting the better understanding of the English-speaking races. These were entertainments provided for American troups stationed in Great Britain during World War I and covered everything from boxing, theatre, through other sports and river trips. B/w photos. Large format. Printed on mould-made paper, deckle edges. Original black leather binding with gilt lettering. Contents near fine. Corners rubbed. The personal salutation box is completed to Arthur Cunningham. REDUCED FROM Â£120.