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THE BOOK OF THE RUDGE
Written by Laurence H. Cade; F. Anstey; W.C. Haycraft.
Stock no. 2132300
Published by Sir Isaac Pitman; Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons Ltd.. 1939. Almost very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Pitman's Motor-Cyclists Library Series. B/w illustrations. Fourth edition. Marks to cover edges and outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with creasing and torn with some pieces of loss.
Written by Esther Branthwaite; Duncan McLaren; F. Anstey; et al. Illustrated by Ernest A. Aris; Louis Wain; et al..
Stock no. 1310566
Published by John F. Shaw & Co Ltd.. circa 1912. Almost very good condition.
Red cloth spine. Pictorial front board shows young boy sailor with a small girl on his shoulder. First story is "Molly's Decision" (this is a long story serialised throughout the annual) by Branthwaite. Colour plates mounted on green paper plus b/w text illustrations throughout. Spine bumped and faded with small dark mark to centre. Covers edge rubbed. Endpapers browned, small piece chipped from lower edge of front endpaper. Inscription in ink to verso of front endpaper. Foxing to page edges. One plate has slight damage to edges, one mount has very slight paper damage to verso.
Written by Tinsley Pratt; F. Anstey; et al. Illustrated by E. Stuart Hardy; Louis Wain; et al..
Stock no. 597157
Published by John F. Shaw & Co Ltd.. Circa 1906. Almost very good condition.
Green cloth with silver title block to spine and blue/green decorations. 'T' shaped pictorial onlay to front cover, shjowing a boy and a girl walking in the snow, confronted by a big bird! First story is 'When Hawkins Sailed the Sea'. Includes roughly 6 Louis Wain illustrations. Spine and corners are bumped and worn, with some fraying to cloth. Chipping and a few tears to pictorial onlay with a couple of pieces of loss. New endpapers. Foxing to outer page edges.