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Brown leather spine and corners; raised bands to spine, gilt title; marbled boards. Hampshire and Herefordshire. Beauties of England and Wales Series. 28 plates. Spine is faded; a few marks. Browning to cover edges; a few foxspots. Page browning and some foxspots throughout; a few margin marks.
Introduced by Ian Niall. Green cloth spine, brown title label with gilt title. Marbled boards. B/w engravings. Top edge brown. A couple of small, light marks to spine. Tiny grease spot to margin of title-page. Publisher's brown slipcase is dusty at top edge.
New Naturalist series. Pictorial card wraps. Colour and b/w photos. ISBN: 0002193701. Reprint. Spine lightly creased, edges of covers lightly rubbed. Joints cracked (glued binding dry). One hinge pulled but binding tight.
A Portrait of a Golden Age of Air Travel. Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 1857941616. Minimal rubbing to corners. Spine sunned.
Hampshire Record Series Volume III. Green cloth with gilt title to spine. ISBN: 090668000X. Spine is bumped, spotting (possibly from damp) to covers. Browning to page edges and margins. Wrapper is edge-creased.
Large format. Brown cloth spine and rear cover with gilt title. Front cover is green with black/gilt drawings. The text of this edition is taken from the 1789 edition and includes the first part only, with minor emendations. The additional two letters 'Timothy the Tortoise to Miss Hecky Mulso' and 'On the Sense of Hearing in Fishes', were first published in the 1877 edition of 'The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne', edited by Thomas Bell, 2 vols, published by John Van Voorst. Exquisite full page colour illustrations. A beautiful edition! Contained in publisher's brown slipcase with gilt title to one side and which is scuffed and has a few small marks.
Marking the nine hundredth anniversary of the foundation of Winchester Cathedral in 1079. Red cloth boards, gilt titles. B/w photos and illustrations, a couple of photos in colour. xiv and 352 pages including index. ISBN: 0861460626. Text block slightly grubby. Pictorial dustwrapper slightly browned.
The history and development of the docks over the last two centuries. Black boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. 208 pages. ISBN: 9781859837078. A few light scuffs to dustwrapper.
An invaluable companion to anyone interested in this most historic of ports. Black cardwraps. B/w and colour photos. 160 pages including index. ISBN: 075243537X.
THE WINCHESTER DIVER THE SAVING OF A GREAT CATHEDRAL
Written by Ian T. Henderson; John Crook.
Stock no. 1815700
Published by Henderson & Stirk. 1st 1984. Very good condition.
All the details of one of the greatest engineering preservation feats of all time. Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 0950654981. Spine slightly faded. Musty odour present.
New Naturalist No. 26. Green cloth, gilt title. 8 colour photos. 25 b/w photos. 53 maps and diagrams. Fourth Impression. Corners bumped. Name in ink to front endpaper which is lightly creased. Text block browned. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly browned to rear panel and has a couple of small closed tears to top edge, spine is NOT faded.
OBSERVATIONS ON THE COASTS OF HAMPSHIRE, SUSSEX, AND KENT
Written by William Gilpin.
Stock no. 2123312
Published by T. Cadell and W. Davies. 1804. Almost very good condition.
Brown marbled leather binding. Red title label to spine, with gilt title. Relative Chiefly To Picturesque Beauty: Made In The Summer of The Year 1774. Plates. Bumping and wear to spine and corners and cover edges. Scuffing to covers; some chipping. Front joint is a bit cracked. What looks like original receipt pasted to free front endpaper. Some page browning and light foxing.