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UPWARDS AND DOWNWARDS AND OTHER STORIES
Written by A.L.O.E..
Stock no. 2139051
Published by Thomas Nelson & Sons. 1880. Almost very good condition.

Red cloth, gilt title to spine. Colour pictorial onlay to front cover, black title and borders. Colour frontis. Uneven fading to edges/spine. Bumping and wear. Some marks to covers. Browning to endpapers and outer page edges. Inscription in ink to verso of half-title page. Small splash/damp mark along edge of frontis and half title page. some margin marks.

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SIR GUY DE GUY
Written by Rattlebrain. Illustrated by Phiz.
Stock no. 2138761
Published by Routledge, Warne, And Routledge. 1st 1864. Almost very good condition.

How a Briton Drilled for his Fatherland; Won a Heiress; Got a Pedigree; and Caught the Rheumatism. Burgundy/red cloth boards with gilt titles and vignette to front, bevelled edges. All edges gilt. Written in verse. B/w humorous illustrations. 167 pages. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Some scuffing to covers. Spine is browned. Varying degrees of foxing and margin marks throughout.

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EARLY VICTORIAN USK
Written by David R. Lewis.
Stock no. 1823668
Published by University College Cardiff. 1st 1982. Very good condition.

Park Place Papers No.10. Pictorial card wraps. B/w illustrations. ISBN: 0946045194. White pictorial covers lightly scuffed and lightly creased. Light pencil erasure mark to title page. Contents clean.

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SUNNY HEARTS
No author listed.
Stock no. 2138156
Published by Ernest Nister; E.P. Dutton & Co.. Very good condition.

No. 10. An anthology of stories and rhymes. Cloth spine, pictorial front board shows boy and girl with baskets of yellow flowers (boy is leading dog who is carrying basket!). Mounted colour frontis plate. B/w and two-tone illustrations throughout. First rhyme is "A Little Song". Light bumping and wear to spine and corners. Page browning; a little foxing. Small tear to bottom edge of front endpaper.

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SONGS OF LOVE AND EMPIRE
Written by E. Nesbit.
Stock no. 2138005
Published by Archibald Constable And Co.. 1898. Very good condition.

Red cloth with gilt titles and decorations. Light bumping and wear to spine and corners. A few small marks to covers. Foxing to prelims, endpapers and outer page edges. Some page browning.

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SYLVIE AND BRUNO CONCLUDED
Written by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Harry Furniss.
Stock no. 2138004
Published by Macmillan & Co.. 1st 1893. Almost very good condition.

Green cloth, black titles with red borders and black/red vignette to front. 46 b/w illustrations. 423 pages, plus booklist to rear. Browning to spine and cover edges. Red mark and brown 'splash' mark to top of front cover. Bookplate to front pastedown. Some light foxing to endpapers. Browning to outer page edges.

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PLACES OF PLEASURE: FROM MUSIC HALLS TO THE SEASIDE TO FOOTBALL, HOW THE VICTORIANS INVENTED MASS ENTERTAINMENT
Written by Lee Jackson.
Stock no. 2137777
Published by Yale University Press. 1st 2019. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.

Beige boards, gilt title to spine. Colour & b/w illustrations. ISBN: 9780300224634. A couple of grubby marks to wrapper.

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PAINTINGS FROM THE REIGN OF VICTORIA
Written by Mary Cowling; Tim Barringer; et al.
Stock no. 2137707
Published by Art Services International. 2008. Nearly fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.

Large format. Dark blue cloth with silver title to spine. Colour illustrations. The Royal Holloway Collection, London. Published to accompany the exhibition organized and circulated by Art Services International. ISBN: 9780711229273.

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BESLEY'S VIEWS: DEVONSHIRE
No author listed. Illustrated by G. Townsend.
Stock no. 2137636
Published by H. Besley. Circa 1850. Almost very good condition.

Oblong format. Green covers with gilt title to front. B/w illustrations by Townsend throughout - no text, only captions of where drawing is depicting. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. A few marks to covers. Nicks to top and tail of spine. Browning and foxing. Some page corners are creased.

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BRITISH CRUISERS OF THE VICTORIAN ERA
Written by Norman Friedman. Illustrated by A.D. Baker; Paul Webb.
Stock no. 1322588
Published by Seaforth. 1st 2012. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.

Large format. Blue boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. B/w ship plans. ISBN: 9781848320994. Spine bumped, spine and corners slightly rubbed. Some very slight spotting to top edge of textblock. Contents fine. Dustwrapper is slightly edge creased.

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BUILDING A RAILWAY: BOURNE TO SAXBY
Written by Stewart E. Squires; Ken Hollamby.
Stock no. 1823451
Published by The Boydell Press. 1st 2009. Nearly fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.

The Lincoln Record Society Volume 98. Nineteenth-century photographs, juxtaposed with the same scenes taken in today's world, bringing the building of a Lincolnshire railway vividly to life. Includes biography of Charles Stansfield Wilson (1844-1893) who was the engineer who supervised the civil works on the railway line from Bourne to Saxby and whose photos are featured. Large format. Cream cloth boards, gilt titles. Colour and sepia photos. ISBN: 9780901503862. Small pressure mark to vertical open edge of front board and front panel of dustwrapper.

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JEMIMA: THE PAINTINGS AND MEMOIRS OF A VICTORIAN LADY
Written by R. Fairley. Illustrated by Jemima Blackburn.
Stock no. 1822307
Published by Canongate. 1st 1988. Nearly fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.

Jemima Blackburn (1823-1909) was water-colourist of outstanding ability whose keen sense of observation gives a faithful and evocative picture of life in the nineteenth-century Scotland. Black cloth boards, gilt title to spine. Colour illustrations. ISBN: 0862411866. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly faded to spine, lightly scuffed to rear panel.

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