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Pictorial cardwraps. Colour pictures throughout. Bom book no. 2. 61 pages. Spine bumped and worn. Top and bottom of spine missing. Small split between spine and rear cover. Corners are worn. Covers are grubby. Names in child's writing to belongs to box. Small closed tear to the bottom of one page. Pink line at hinge between two pages - probably printing error. A few light grubby marks otherwise contents are clean.
Pictorial boards. Colour pictures throughout. Bom book no. 2. 61 pages. Spine and corners bumped and worn. Board edges rubbed. Covers are grubby and a little browned. First gathering is a little detached at top and bottom. Name in ink to front pastedown. Names in child's writing (ink and pencil) to belongs to box. Some ink blobs and a couple of written numbers to prelims. Several words on pages 15 and 16 circled in purple crayon. One page has diagonal creasing. A few foxspots to page edges and an occasional grubby mark.
Small strip book format. Red cloth spine. Yellow pictorial card wraps. Two tone illustrations throughout. 92 frames. Corners slightly worn. Rear cover grubby. A little creasing to covers. Some foxing to inside of covers. Inscription in ink to verso of front cover. Contents clean.
Strip book. Small oblong format. Pictorial cardwraps. Yellow front cover, red spine. Corners a little bumped. Marks to red spine. Rear cover a little grubby. Small indents to bottom of pages. Some page browning. Occasional grubby mark otherwise contents are clean.
A visit to London is a great event for Tommy the Tugboat. Blue boards with scotty dog design, red title to spine. Two-tone and b/w illustrations. Fading to spine ends and top edges of covers. Some foxing. A few small margin tears. Dustwrapper has top corner torn off front flap (affecting a tiny bit of the front panel), slight wear to wrapper spine ends.
Tommy was told to take it easy after his new engine was fitted, but his idea of getting better was to lend a hand wherever he was needed.... Blue boards with scotty dog design, silver title to spine. B/w and two-tone illustrations to text. 88 pages. Some fading to top edges of covers and spine. Tears to inner margins of last few pages. Foxing else contents clean. Dustwrapper is creased to lower edge of rear panel and slightly edge rubbed. Pale foxing to wrapper.
QUEEN OF THE WHEAT CASTLES
Written by Christobel Mattingley. Illustrated by Gavin Rowe.
Stock no. 1402931
Published by Brockhampton Press. 1st 1973. Very good condition in a slightly better than good dustwrapper.
Cathy, with her friend Mrs. Tabbs assumes responsibility for a growing number of homeless cats. When she fails to find them homes in her own community she ventures further afield - across the Australian wheat plains. Oblong format. Pictorial boards. B/w illustrations. ISBN: 0340172045. A little bumping to spine and corners. Some foxing to endpapers and text block edge. Small pink mark to top of front endpaper. Light creasing to last few pages. Contents clean. Pictorial wrapper is edgeworn with chipping and a couple of small tears. Original price crossed out (on front flap) and new price added in blue ink. Wrapper slightly grubby.
Paper pictorial boards. Illustrated endpapers. Colour and b/w pictures. ISBN: 034041951. Edges-worn with a little chipping. A little rubbing out on front endpaper has left a mark.
Small format. Pedro was a market boy who grew vegetables for a living. Angelique was his little donkey, and they were very happy together until one day... Blue paper boards. Colour illustrations. 48 pages. Spine and corners bumped and rubbed. Prize plate and name to front endpaper. Small booksellers sticker to rear pastedown. Couple of light marks otherwise contents are clean. Dust wrapper is price-cut. Edgeworn with a little chipping. Wrapper a little grubby.
TWOPENNY DIAMOND MYSTERY
Written by Sutherland Ross. Illustrated by Geoffrey Whittam.
Stock no. 1402423
Published by Brockhampton Press. 1st 1956. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Were they the real jewels in the crackers? Susan and Simon follow exciting clues to solve a most unusual mystery. Blue boards with embossed scottie dog vignettes, white titles to spine. B/w illustrations. 120 pages. Minimal bumping to spine. Endpapers browned. Top edge of text block is grubby. Contents are clean. Pictorial dustwrapper is edge worn and creased with small areas of loss. Rear panel is grubby. White labels have been stuck on verso of wrapper at top and bottom of spine and top of rear panel / flap.
The eighth adventure for the Secret Seven - finding out what was behind the drawn curtains of Bartlett Lodge. Pale blue boards, SS symbol. B/w illustrations. 120 pages. Spine is browned, with a little bumping. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with a little scuffing and a few small nicks; red marks to rear panel.
A Blackberry Farm story. Large format. Colour pictorial boards. Colour illustrations. ISBN: 0879550090. Spine is faded and worn; grubby marks to covers; bumping to corners.