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SHARPE'S WATERLOO: RICHARD SHARPE AND THE WATERLOO CAMPAIGN 15 JUNE TO 18 JUNE 1815
Written by Bernard Cornwell.
Stock no. 1820612
Published by Collins. 1st 1990. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Eleventh novel in the Sharpe's series. ISBN: 0002236435. Text block browned. Light browning to pictorial dustwrapper. Cigarette odour present.
Red cloth spines, gilt titles. Decorated boards. B/w decorations. Reset edition. Includes Pride and Prejudice; Shorter Works; Sense and Sensibility; Northanger Abbey; Emma; Mansfield Park; Persuasion. Twentieth printing. Books are fine. Slipcase is split along rear edges.
Two sets of 3 volumes. B/w illustrations. Titles are: The Warden; Doctor Thorne; Barchester Towers; The Last Chronicle of Barset; The Small House at Allington; Framley Parsonage. Fourth and third printings. Books appears to be fine. Slipcases are just a little scuffed.
Maroon cloth covered boards, gilt title to spine. Bumping and wear to spine. Marks and spotting to covers. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with some chips and nicks; grubby marks to rear panel.
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Modern binding; black leather spine, gilt title. Red cloth covers. 27 hand coloured plates. Large paper edition. A reprint. Bumping to a couple of corners; some scuff and other marks. New endpapers. Foxing and page browning; some page edges are chipped/creased or not neatly cut.
Comprising the rambles, sprees, and amours, of Dick Wildfire, of Corinthian celebrity, and his Bang-up companion, Squire Jenkins and Captain O'Shuffleton; with the whimsical adventures of the Halibut family; including sketches of variety of other eccentric characters in the French Metropolis. Full calf binding, raised bands to spine and gilt tooling, gilt title in title block. Marbled endpapers. 21 hand coloured plates representing scenes from real life, 22 wood engravings to text. All edges gilt. Front board DETACHED. Spine rubbed. Boards a little scratched but still bright. Free front endpaper part detached from bottom. All plates present and bright, foxing to margins of plates, browning to tissue guards. Contents are tight.
THE CITIZEN OF THE WORLD (2 VOLUMES)
Written by Oliver Goldsmith; Austin Dobson. Illustrated by Mrs. Herbert Railton.
Stock no. 1820468
Published by J.M. Dent & Co.. 1st thus 1891. Almost very good condition.
Limited Edition of 150. The Temple Library series. Vellum(?) spines, orange/brown title to spine, green cloth boards. Deckle-edged. Numbered copy 139. Both spines grubby, volume II spine is also worn with chips of missing vellum and title is faded. Endpapers and text block browned. Hinges pulled but binding tight.
Black cloth with gilt title to spine. Some page browning. Wrapper is edge-creased with a couple of small closed tears and chips; browned to a few edges.
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Contains: City of Glass; Ghosts; The Locked Room. Grey decorated cloth. Yellow endpapers. Colour & b/w illustrations. Introduced by Benjamin Markovits. Minimal rubbing at spine and corners. Black slipcase is just a little scuffed.
Retold for Boys and Girls by Jackson. Colour plates. Bumping and wear to spine and corners; some tears and chips, with pieces of loss to spine. Foxing throughout. All plates present.
The Windermere Series. Translated by Philip Schuyler Allen. Black cloth, silver titles. Large pictorial onlay to front cover. Illustrated endpapers. 5 colour plates, including frontis. Wear and some scuffing to cover edges. Indentation marks to rear cover. Some page browning. Ink name stamp to verso of front endpaper.
ADVENTURES OF A YORKSHIRE FARMER AND HIS SCAPEGRACE NEVVY
Written by Timothy Goorkrodger.
Stock no. 2133863
Published by F.M. Fetherston. Circa 1885. Good condition.
The adventures of a Yorkshire farmer in London. Brown cloth spine, green boards. Text in dialect. 144 pages. Boards worn at edges with loss of paper covering at corners. Lower corner tip lost from rear cover. Tear to gutter between index and first page. Spine has a couple of black marks. Pages browned.