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Green decorated cloth. Gilt title to spine. Translated and edited by Ronald Wilks. Introduction by Sutherland. Colour illustrations. A super copy in origianal slipcase which has a light scratch mark to one panel.
Introduced by Toibin. Red cloth spine and rear board with cream and black title to spine. Paper front board with design by the artist. Red endpapers. Colour illustrations. A super copy in original slipcase which has a few very light scuff marks.
Pictorial covers with gilt title to spine. Introduced by McCall Smith. Colour illustrations. This edition follows the text of the first edition (1952) with minor emendations. Minimal rubbing at corners of book and slipcase has a tiny faded piece at top of opening and a few very light marks to one panel.
Blue pictorial cloth, gilt title to spine. B/w illustrations. A super copy in original slipcase.
Contains: Summer Lightning; Heavy Weather; Uncle Fred in the Springtime; Full Moon; Pigs have Wings; Service with a Smile. Each volume has illustrated cloth covers and b/w text illustrations. Books are fine. Top right-hand corner of slipcase has a small red mark.
Black buckram spine, gilt titles. Vivid illustrated covers. Colour illustrations. Minimal rubbing to lower corners. Slipcase is very slightly scuffed.
And Two Other Stories. Blue decorated cloth, silver title to spine. Introduction by Harding. B/w illustrations. Contained in dark blue slipcase, very lightly scuffed to rear panel.
Green decorative cloth, black and gilt titles. Black and gold vignette of Sherlock on front cover. B/w illustrations. Introduction by Lancelyn Green. Contained in lightly scuffed green slipcase.
Black cloth spine. Pictorial boards. Selected and with an Introduction by David Hughes. Contained in red slipcase which is very lightly scuffed.
Beige pictorial boards. Introduced by Tim Mackintosh-Smith. B/w photos. 529 pages includes index. Tiny spot to top of textblock, affecting first few pages internally. Includes a folded map. A few tiny spots to original slipcase.
To prove himself innocent to the French police, he must discover which one of his fellow guests at his pension is the real spy. First published in 1938 by Hodder & Stoughton, the text of this editions follows the first edition with minor emendations. Navy blue pictorial cloth. 8 full-page colour plates. 220 pages. A super copy in original slipcase.
Brown pictorial boards. B/w illustrations. Introduction by Banville. First published in 1939 by Chatto & Windus, this edition follows the text of the first edition with minor emendations. A super copy in original slipcase which has some ever so slight grubby marks.