Frederick Warne & Co Ltd.
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Observer Series No. 85. Laminate Boards. With 10 b/w and 63 colour illustrations. ISBN: 072321610X. Red title on spine slightly faded.
Large format. Green cloth spine. Cream pictorial boards. Colour illustrations to text throughout. Music by Foster. Spine bumped, corners worn. Covers just slightly grubby. Endpapers foxed, some grubby fingermarks at margins.
Red cloth, black titles and borders. B/w frontis. 310 pages. Spine and corners bumped, very slight fading to spine. Small name in ink to front pastedown and another to dedication page. Contents are browned but otherwise clean. Dustwrapper is price-cut by publisher (with new price-sticker above), is edge worn with 1" loss to top of spine.
THE SPIDERS AND ALLIED ORDERS OF THE BRITISH ISLES
Written by Theodore H. Savory. Illustrated by Florence M. Brummitt.
Stock no. 2110344
Published by Frederick Warne & Co Ltd.. 1935. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Descriptions of every family of British spiders, every species of harvestman and false scorpion, also the more familiar of the British mites. Wayside and Woodland Series. Brown imitation leather with gilt and black titles. 63 figures in colour, 130 illustrations and 61 diagrams. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Partially erased name to front endpaper. Some page browning. Wrapper is price-cut with damp stain to spine and browning; chips to edges and corners.
Small format. Orange boards, green titles. 84 numbered pages. Colour illustrations. Spine and corners slightly bumped, some slight wear to cover edges. A few small fingermarks to contents but generally clean. Price-cut wrapper is a bit grubby and is torn at front fold.
Observer Series No. 74. With 8 Colour plates and 67 Black and white photographs. ISBN: 0723215707. Wrapper browned.
Small square format (4" x 4"). Pictorial paperwraps. Colour and two-tone illustrations. Covers slightly grubby. New staples and very neat tape reinforcements to inner margins of some pages. Small tear to front edge of spine.
Brown cloth with embossed decoration to front and blind titles, gilt title to spine with author/publisher name in black. Colour frontis plate. 310 pages. Spine and corners bumped. Spine a little fades. Boards a little grubby. Endpapers are browned. Top of text block is a little grubby. A couple of joints slightly cracked. A very desirable copy of this scarce title
Large format. Red cloth spine, large colour pictorial onlay to front cover. Full page colour illustrations on linen. One page of verses. Binding neatly reinforced. Title page a little grubby and creased. Some foxing and grubby marks but plates bright.
THE STORY OF FOUR LITTLE SABOTS
Written by Dora W. Merritt; Dora W. Pearsall. Illustrated by Dora W. Merritt.
Stock no. 1207654
Published by Frederick Warne & Co Ltd.. Circa 1932. Very good condition in a good dustwrapper.
Warne's Cosy Corner Books Series. Small format. Light blue paperboards, dark blue title and decoration. Dark blue cloth spine, with silver title. Colour illustrations throughout. 56 pages. Wrapper internally foxed and torn at edges with some loss.
Red boards, pictorial onlay to front cover. White titles to front cover and spine. 52 numbered pages. 5 x 4.25". Fading to spine and some cover edges. Scuffing to covers, with a few marks. Bumping and wear to spine and corners; nicks to corners of spine. Grubby marks and foxing to endpapers and some pages internally; odd corner or page crease.
Green cloth with gilt and black titles. Gilt vignette of fox head to front board. Colour and b/w plates. The Wayside and Woodland Series. Some wear to cover edges and corners. Name in ink to front endpaper. Some foxing. Wrapper has large tear to spine (almost torn in half); browned to spine; small pieces of loss to top of spine.