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Card wraps. St. Marylebone Society Publication No. 7. Browning to spine and cover edges. Creasing to some cover corners.
Dramatic black, red and gold pictorial cloth. Colour plates. Brown endpapers depicting the Spread of the Black Death in Europe. Book is fine. Some light spotting to slipcase.
Six Plants that Transformed Mankind. Brown cloth spine with green title block and gilt title. Pictorial paper boards. Colour & b/w illustrations. A fine copy contained in publisher's slipcase which is lightly scuffed and has a few minor marks.
Three volumes. Blue cloth with gilt decorations and titles. Colour and b/w plates. Selected and edited by Latham. Second printing. Minor foxing to text block. Else contents fine. Contained in publisher's slipcase in almost fine condition.
A Review of its History and Social Life. Burgundy cloth, gilt decorations. Colour frontis and numerous b/w photographs & illustrations. Top edge burgundy. Top & tail of spine and corners lightly rubbed. A few minor marks to boards. Text block & endpapers browned. Rear joint just starting to crack but binding tight. Hinges pulled. Grease spot to rear endpaper has eaten through paper and corresponding minor brown spot to last few pages of index.
Dramatic black, red and gold pictorial cloth. Colour plates. Brown endpapers depicting the Spread of the Black Death in Europe. Second printing. A fine copy contained in publisher's slipcase with some scuffing and slight bumps to sides.
With an Introduction by David Gould. The history of the Cotswolds and English rural life. B/w photos. Green boards, gilt title to spine. ISBN: 0948041013. Minimal bumping to spine. Light foxing to textblock and to extract of The Times (1975) which is neatly attached to the front free-endpaper. Dustwrapper is edge creased and a bit grubby.
DRIVE ON! A SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE MOTOR CAR
Written by L.J.K. Setright.
Stock no. 1821444
Published by Granta Books. 1st thus 2003. Nearly fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
Split in to five parts. Part 1 - An historical review. Part 2 - The yoke and the spur; 3 - The face of the earth; 4- The Turn of the wheel revolution in technology; 5 - Personal Effects. 405 pages including index. ISBN: 1862076286. Pictorial dustwrapper is slightly scuffed to rear panel.
THE HERMIT IN LONDON; OR, SKETCHES OF ENGLISH MANNERS (3 VOLUMES)
No author listed.
Stock no. 2134508
Published by Henry Colburn And Co.. Circa 1821. Almost very good condition.
A new Edition in 3 volumes. Leather spines and corners. New binding. These items have been rebound, so have extra endpapers; a few pages are strengthened with paper tape at spine. Wear and rubbing to spines and corners. Bookplates to front pastedowns of each volume. Ink stamp to one prelim. Foxing and page browning.
STRANGE CULTS AND SECRET SOCIETIES OF MODERN LONDON
Written by Elliott O'Donnell.
Stock no. 2134437
Published by E.P. Dutton & Co. Inc.. 1st USA 1935. Almost very good condition.
Blue cloth with gilt title to spine. Bumping and wear to spine and corners; some fraying to cloth at corners; a bit of loss. Marks to covers. Grubby marks to half-title page. Browning/foxing to outer page edges.
Leather spines and corners; raised bands to spines, gilt titles and decorations. Marbled boards. This is a two volume set, but contains 4 volumes in total. Second volume is first edition 1862. Wear and scuffing to leather and marbled covers; chipping to some edges. Bookplate to front pastedown of first volume. Front joints are a bit cracked. Some foxing and browning. Contents are still generally very good.
Three volumes. Blue cloth with gilt decorations and titles. Colour and b/w plates. Selected and edited by Latham. Contained in publisher's pictorial slipcase which is split at 2" of top edges.