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Burgundy textured boards. Gilt titles. Blue pictorial endpapers. Colour frontis. B/w and two-tone illustrations. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Some uneven fading to covers. Few small knocks along cover edges. Name and address in ink to front endpaper. Foxing; heaviest to prelims and outer page edges, but some also throughout book.
The Famous Five's first adventure featuring a ruined castle, a wreck and buried treasure. Black boards, silver titles. Plain endpapers. B/w illustrations. Brown spot to spine. Foxing to endpapers, outer page edges and a few to page margins. Wrapper is torn and chipped with tape repairs to verso; creased; hole with loss to spine; other smaller areas/chips of loss.
Short stories, numerous two-colour illustrations. Cream pictorial cloth. 192 pages. SPine and corners bumped, some slight browning to spine and cover edges. Small green spot to rear cover. Child's name and address to front free-endpaper is blue biro. Foxing to endpapers and text block. Dustwrapper is badly worn, torn and creased with loss.
Red boards, black titles. Yellow and black pictorial endpapers. Two-tone and b/w illustrations. 190 pages. 4th impression. Spine and corners bumped. Foxing else contents clean. Dustwrapper is foxed on verso and is edge chipped with loss.
Red cloth, black titles and vignette to front cover. B/w illustrations. 160 pages. Spine and corners bumped. Light vertical crease to centre of front cover. Name and address in ink to front pastedown. Foxing to endpapers and text block.
PONSONBY AND HIS FRIENDS
Written by Agnes Grozier Herbertson. Illustrated by Eileen Soper.
Stock no. 1321660
Published by Methuen & Co. Ltd.. 1st 1934. Almost very good condition in a fair dustwrapper.
A True Story About Cats. Green cloth, navy titles. B/w illustrations. 194 pages. Spine slightly bumped and rubbed. Some slight browning and rubbing to cover edges. Contents lightly browned and a few brown spots to text block. Dustwrapper is edge worn and chipped with loss and grubby.
THE ENID BLYTON PENNANT SERIES No. 17 CHARLIE THE CHEAT / THREE WISHES
Written by Enid Blyton. Illustrated by Eileen Soper; Jean Main.
Stock no. 2135163
Published by Macmillan & Co. Ltd.. 1st 1950. Very good condition.
Card wraps. Two-tone illustrations. The Pennant Series, comprising sixty tales, is written for the purpose of helping teachers to give their children moral instruction in a way that both teachers and pupils will enjoy. Each tale contains a definite moral, which will be easily recognised and enjoyed by the children. Staples have started to rust. Small sliver of surface paper damage to top of spine. Name in pencil to inside front cover. Foxing to outer page edges and a few to page margins.
The Famous Five in the 9th adventure, alone at Kirrin Cottage with the problem of Gipsy-girl Jo. Red boards. B/w and two-tone illustrations. Blue and white endpapers. 192 pages. 6th impression. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is a little edge-creased with a few small nicks.
Red boards with black title to spine and authors name to front cover. Blue and black pictorial endpapers. B/w and two-tone text illustrations. 192 pages. 10th impression. Foxing to outer page edges. Some light edge-creasing and wear to wrapper.
The 11th Famous Five adventure. Red boards, black lettering. Blue and black pictorial endpapers. B/w and two-tone illustrations. 192 pages. 5th impression. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-torn and chipped, with front flap torn off completely, but still present. A few small chips of loss to corners of wrapper.
This is the Five's 12th adventure, where they spend the summer at Tremannon Farm, with it's mysterious deserted tower by the sea and the forgotten secret of the Wreckers way. Red boards with black lettering. Blue/black endpapers. B/w and two-tone illustrations throughout. 191 pages. 4th impression. A few marks to covers. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Foxing to outer page edges and a few page margins. Wrapper is price-cut with tears and chips; a little loss; browned to spine.
The sixteenth book about the Famous Five. Red boards, black titles. Blue pictorial endpapers. Two-tone and b/w illustrations. 182 pages. Bump to spine. A few small marks to covers. Foxing and browning to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is browned to spine, edge-torn and creased with scuffs, but minimal loss.