Robert Hale Limited
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Robin wants a dog for his birthday.... Pictorial boards. Colour and b/w illustrations to every page. A picture book for small children. Covers are edge rubbed and a bit grubby. Light page browning and a very light musty smell to contents.
In addition to a new rhyming alphabet, the nursery child's first introduction to numbers, coins, measure, time, the days, months and seasons and even some first prayers. Black pictorial boards. Colour and b/w illustrations. 86 pages. Spine and corners slightly bumped, cover edges slightly worn. Some light foxing. A light musty smell to contents. Dustwrapper is slightly edge rubbed, slight loss of surface paper to top corner of rear panel.
Red boards, gilt title to spine. 159 pages. Textblock is a little dusty and lightly foxed. Dustwrapper is a little grubby on rear panel and there is a small tear to front edge of spine.
Blue boards with silver title to spine. B/w photos. Fading and bumping to top and tail of spine. Some corners are bumped. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is faded to spine with edge-creasing and chipping; but minimal loss.
Blue cloth, red titles. Colour & b/w illustrations. Spine and corners slightly bumped and rubbed. Large black ink 'File Copy' stamp to front free-endpaper., plus red ink GXXII. A few foxspots to outer page edges. Price-cut wrapper is slightly grubby and edge worn with minimal loss.
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A story of country life in England and Western Canada from 1880 to 1960; turns a keen searchlight on the doings of farmers during two world wars: and pays just tribute to the generosity of the British climate. Faint stain to lower board edges. Foxing to text block and endpapers. Pictorial dustwrapper is browned to spine, worn at corners with slight loss, grubby to rear panel.
Green cloth, gilt titles and embossed illustration to front. 6 beautiful colour plates of dragons. A few b/w text illustrations. A little browning to cover edges. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. There is also a stain to outer page edges, but it only seeps through to page margins on endpapers. Wrapper is edge-torn and chipped, with loss to top of spine; has damp marks to some edges; some foxing.
Biography of a woman caught up in the Klondike Gold Rush 1897. Blue boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. A few minor marks to boards. Minor foxing to endpapers and text block.
The War of Enemy Agents in Scandinavia. A book on political, military, naval and economic espionage. Red cloth, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. 192 pages. Spine bumped. Covers slightly marked. All plates present. Contents clean.
The history of the British naval air services. Blue boards, silver title to spine. B/w photos. ISBN: 0709191413. Dustwrapper spine slightly faded else a fine copy.
COCKLE BUTTON, COCKLE BEN
Written by Richard Phibbs. Illustrated by Gladys M. Rees.
Stock no. 1501772
Published by Robert Hale Limited. circa 1942. Very good condition in a slightly better than good dustwrapper.
Cream cloth covers with small illustrations. Six coloured plates, five black and white plates and other text illustrations. 95 pages. 10 x 7.5". Blue pictorial endpapers. A little bumping to spine and corners. A couple of grubby fingermarks to covers. Ink inscription to half title page. Small bookseller's sticker to rear pastedown. Pencil scribble to last colour illustration, mostly to silhouetted figures so not too noticeable. Dustwrapper is edge worn and torn with some loss to top and bottom of spine and rear panel. Flaps are grubby. Tape repair on verso.
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Brown boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. Name in ink to front pastedown. Wrapper, Price-cut, torn with loss.