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Leather spine with gilt titles. The Best Songs and Lyrical Poems in English Language chosen and introduced by James Michie. Illustrated with Wood Engravings by various artists selected by Simon Brett. Book is fine. Scuffing to slipcase.
Introduction by Basil Dean. The Story of Hassan of Bagdad and how he came to make the Golden Journey to Samarkand. A play. Dark blue silk moire binding. Colour plates. Top edge blue. Cloth is slightly dusty and faded to spine. Gold slipcase is scuffed with a few scratch marks.
Edited with an introduction by Douglas Cleverdon. A Play for Voices. Purple cloth rear board and spine with gilt title. Grey cloth front board with a lilac leaf design. Light grey endpapers. Lilac two-tone lithographs. Slip case is very good - some grubby marks and light wear.
Reminiscences. Introduced by Philip French. Blue cloth spine and rear cover; pictorial front cover. B/w photos. 2nd printing. Foxing to front cover, but contents are still excellent. Contained in a nearly fine slip-case.
Edited with an introduction by Douglas Cleverdon. A Play for Voices. Purple cloth rear board and spine with gilt title. Grey cloth front board with a lilac leaf design. Light grey endpapers. Lilac two-tone lithographs. Fourth printing. Boards clean and bright. Light vertical crease to edge of a couple of pages to rear. Contained in publisher's slipcase which is lightly scuffed.
The Norton Facsimile. Based on Folios in the Folger Shakespeare Library Collection. Prepared by Charlton Hinman with an introduction by Peter W.M. Blayney. Large format. Heavy volume. Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories & Tragedies. Published according to the True Original Copies. Leather spine. Pictorial cloth. Second edition. ISBN: 0393039854. A fine copy contained in publisher's slipcase which is scuffed with one or two minor knocks to edges.
Performing Arts of Japan: 1. Introduction by Dunn. B/w and colour photos throughout. Browning to outer page edges. Wrapper is price-cut with a creased front flap; repaired tear to rear panel; spine is fadd.
The Making of Casablanca - Bogart, Bergman & World War II. Brown boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. ISBN: 0297812947. Wrapper is price-cut with a few grubby marks.
PICTUREGOER FILM ANNUAL 1958-59
Written by Robert Ottaway.
Stock no. 1822405
Published by Odhams Press Limited. 1958. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
Yellow boards, dark title to spine. Title page features photograph of Ingrid Goude; frontis features Sophia Loren. Over 300 illustrations - 17 in full colour. Boards lightly mottled. Foxing to endpapers. Contents clean. Pictorial dustwrapper has a few minor marks and is lightly rubbed at corners and top edge of rear panel. Overall a lovely example.
Yellow boards, red title. Title page features Debbie Reynolds and frontis has colour photograph of Joan Collins. Over 300 photographs - 16 in full colour! Boards & endpapers lightly browned. Contents clean. Pictorial dustwrapper is a little grubby and lightly scuffed at edges.
For People Who Go to the Pictures. Blue cloth spine. Colour pictorial boards. B/w photos. Corners rubbed, a few grubby marks to rear board. Overall boards are nice and bright. Creasing to endpapers and a few minor foxspots. Contents lovely.
A series of essays presenting an array of the finest and most distinctive works from the various fields of Russian and Soviet visual and performance art, film, and literature, refining our knowledge of individual artists, movements, and areas of study providing a thorough look at this great Eastern city during a time of political, social, and artistic upheaval. Red cloth boards, white title to spine. B/w and a few colour illustrations. ISBN: 0792457374. Light scuffing to black pictorial dustwrapper.