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Written by Oliver Goldsmith. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.
Stock no. 662550
Published by George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd.. 1st thus 1929. Very good condition.

A jovial domestic portrayal of Goldsmith's classic. 12 colour plates plus b/w text illustrations. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles and vignette. 232 pages. Top edge gilt. Faint scuff marks to front cover. Top and tail of spine and corners slightly worn. Small foxspots to prelims and a few margins. A nice copy.

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Written by Jean-Francois Marmontel.
Stock no. 988703
Published by A Paris. 1805. Very good condition.

6 volumes, Small format. In later 19th century marbled boards with orange spine labels. Contains Memoires d'un Pere (4 vols) and Regence du Duc d'Orleans (2 vols). Text in French. Pages browned. Corners rubbed. Reduced from £180.

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Written by J.M. Barrie. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson.
Stock no. 724430
Published by Hodder & Stoughton. Almost very good condition.

A Comedy in Four Acts. Large format. Elaborately decorated blue/lilac cloth covers, large gilt vignette and titles to front and spine. Illustrated endpapers. 22 beautiful tissue-guarded colour plates and b/w text illustrations.198 pages. Spine and corners bumped and worn with slight loss of cloth to base of spine. Light spotting to rear cover. Front hinge pulled. Some fingermarks to page margins and paper guards but all plates are present and in fine condition.

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Written by H.W. Villiers Stuart.
Stock no. 988353
Published by William Shoberl. 1st 1851. Very good condition.

The author represents the antediluvians as being as far advanced in the arts and sciences as the Romans were. Pages: vi, 224 + 8. Original blind-stamped red cloth, gilt lettering on spine. Corners worn.

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