William Blackwood and Sons
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Blue cloth, gilt titles. xvi + 485 pages including index. B/w photos. B/w maps in text, folding maps in pockets inside covers. Rear board a little scuffed, spine a little faded, rubbed at edges. Text block browned. Maps in front and rear pockets present. Snail damage to endpapers and two maps in rear pocket. Joints pulled. Snail damage to front pocket and top of front pastedown. Heavy foxspots mainly to prelims.
THE HISTORY OF THE LINLITHGOW AND STIRLINGSHIRE HUNT 1775-1910
Written by James H. Rutherfurd.
Stock no. 1810090
Published by William Blackwood and Sons. 1st 1911. Almost very good condition.
Red cloth boards, gilt title to spine and vignette to front. B/w plates and large map in rear pocket. Top edge gilt. SIGNED by the author with dedication to title page ('from the author'). Boards scuffed and marked. Spine browned. Some grubby marks/foxing to contents but generally a clean copy. Map still in rear pocket.
Red cloth, gilt titles and vignette. B/w plates. Map to end of volume. Being the account of a journey overland from Simla to Pekin. Spine faded. Corners bumped. Some mottling to covers. A little foxing to contents. All plates present. Map has some edge-creasing but generally very good. Name in ink to front free endpaper. Front and rear joints just starting to crack.
Blue cloth with gilt title to spine. Fold-out b/w illustration to front. B/w illustrations. Bumping and wear to spine and corners; chipping and fraying of cloth to top and tail of spine. Marks to covers. Some foxing and page browning.
Red cloth with gilt title to spine; blind decorations to covers. Written in the camp. With illustrations drawn in camp by the author. Spine is browned, with some chips and tears; couple of 'worm' holes. Bumping along cover edges; some fraying to cloth. Front joint is cracked. Inscription in ink to prelims. Some foxing and page browning.
Blue cloth, gilt titles to spine, gilt decorations and red titles to front cover. Dominican Fathers Edinburgh stamp to prelims.
Subtitled: A West Indian Reminiscence. No author stated but believed to be Colonel William G. Hanley Royal Engineers. First edition. Pages: 372. Contemporary three-quarter leather binding with marbled boards and edges, gilt-lettered lable on spine. Foxing to prelims. Corners worn.