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MOTOR CYCLES: A PRACTICAL HANDBOOK ON THEIR BUILDING, CARE AND MANAGEMENT
Written by Bernard E. Jones.
Stock no. 1819441
Published by Cassell & Company Ltd. 1919. Good condition.
Cassell's "Work" Handbooks. With Special Chapters on Ignition. Red pictorial cardwraps. Small format. 105 b/w illustrations. 152 pages including index. Reprint. Covers worn and grubby, top corner loss to front cover. Back strip is worn with loss. Loss to backstrip means that the covers and first section feel loose but binding appears sound. Text block browned.
Orange boards, black titles to spine and front cover. Colour frontis, b/w illustrations. Ex-library with remains of library labels and stamps. Tape marks to boards. Top & tail of spine is split at corners. Vertical surface paper loss to pastedowns where tape has been removed. Closed tear (no loss) to top edge of prelims also affecting the margin of colour frontis. Front endpaper missing. Text block browned with some foxing. Yellow pictorial dustwrapper is edge-worn and torn, loss to base of spine and small library sticker just below '27' on spine. Two lines of tape placed horizontally across the verso of the dustwrapper has bled through and is visible to front of same (mainly to flaps).
A sequel to Kidnapped. Orange pictorial cloth with gilt title to spine. Four colour plates. Cassell's Empire Library for Boys and Girls. Spine and corners bumped. Fading to cover edges and spine. Prize plate to front pastedown. Foxing to contents.
The defeat of the enemy's submarine campaign. An outline of the work accomplished by the Navy in combating the unrestricted submarine warfare instituted by the Central Powers in February 1917. Blue cloth boards, gilt title to spine and gilt crests. B/w plates and 6 charts. Spine browned, boards marked. Name & address in ink to front endpaper. A few foxspots throughout. A couple of incidences of pencil annotation to margins.
New and Enlarged series. Blue cloth spine, pictorial front board showing girl looking out window towards a dog. 3 colour plates plus b/w illustrations throughout. 380 pages. Serial stories are Aunt Clotilda's Guests and The Boy-Hunters of Kentucky. Spine and corners bumped. Covers edge worn, a little grubby and scuffed. Rear joint cracked. Foxing to contents. I can only see two colour plates in this volume so possibly one is missing?
Green boards, brown titles to spine and front board. Colour frontis. 213 pages. Light bumping and wear to spine and corners. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is creased with some edge-tears and chips; minimal loss; some grubby marks.
Red boards, black titles. Colour frontis. B/w illustrations. 223 pages. Spine bumped and slightly faded. A few light marks to covers. Name and date to front free-endpaper. Slight paper loss to pastedowns (removal of small pieces of tape). 'x' marked against titles on reverse of half-title page. Foxing, mainly to textblock.
Written primarily for the British soldier. Blue cloth boards, gilt title to spine. 4 fold-out maps to rear. xxxiv and 338 pages including index. Boards grubby, text block browned, boards bowed. Contents affected by damp with crinkling. A few hinges pulled. Some foxing. Overall a good working copy, well used.
LITTLE FOLKS VOL 70
Written by Evelyn Everett-Green; John Comfort; Frances Hodgson Burnett; Olaf Baker; W. Gurney Benham; et al. Illustrated by Muriel Hunt; Gordon Robinson; Alice M. Cook; Mabel Lucie Attwell; Charles Robinson; et al..
Stock no. 2128136
Published by Cassell & Company Ltd. Circa 1909. Very good condition.
The Young People's Magazine. Green pictorial cloth covers show girl getting out of vehicle. gilt titles. Adverts to endpapers. 6 colour plates. 476 pages. Serial stories are General John, The Heart of a Hero, The Land of the Blue Flower, Round the World on an Airship and Teddywinkle's Picnic. Spine is browned and bumped. Some scuffing to front cover. A few grubby margin marks. Covers are by Charles Robinson.
Oblong format. Red cloth spine and pictorial boards. Blue decorated endpapers. Colour drawings throughout. Spine is bumped and faded, with some marks. Boards are a little bowed. Some scuffing. Foxing and grubby margin marks.
Brown/orange cloth, gilt title to spine, black title to front cover. Vignettes to front and spine. 8 full-page colour plates. 334 pages. Bumping to corners and spine. Cup ring mark and other marks to covers. Small ink inscriptions to front pastedown. Foxing and a few grubby marks to endpapers and outer page edges. Some foxing also to page margins. All plates present.
The second in the 'Torment' trilogy. Grey decorated cloth, oval pictorial onlay to front cover. Colour frontis and 3 b/w plates. 214 pages. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Some uneven fading to covers. A few grubby marks. Presentation plate to front endpaper. All plates present. Some foxing to endpapers, outer page edges and a few page margins.