George G. Harrap & Co.
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Small format, pictorial boards. Fold-out panorama with 14 colour illustrations including 2 double-page. Pictures one side, text the other. Most unusual. Covers are grubby, name in ink to front. Corners worn and edges rubbed. Some marks to contents. Some foxing and light fingering.
Brown cloth with gilt titles and vignettes to front cover. Attractive colour illustrations, some tipped-in. Decorated initial letters to start of each chapter. Top edge gilt, others are untrimmed. A little bumping to spine and corners. Bookplate, which is browned and foxed to front pastedown. Light browning to endpapers.A few foxspots otherwise contents are very good. Colour illustrations are beautifully bright.
A history book for children. Beige and blue pictorial cloth. Black title to spine, gilt title to front cover. Tipped-in colour plates and b/w text illustrations. Free endpapers lightly browned. Corners a little bumped.
THE THRESHOLD OF HISTORY
Written by H.R. Hall. Illustrated by Nancy Smith; Hilda Booth.
Stock no. 381411
Published by George G. Harrap & Co.. 1st 1914. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Beige pictorial cloth. 4 colour plates mounted on grey card, b/w text illustrations. 158 pages. Spine and corners bumped and slightly rubbed. Prize plate to front pastedown. Light foxing. Some page corners lightly creased. Dustwrapper is edge worn with slight loss at spine and corners, browned to spine.
Dark blue cloth, gilt titles. Melodies chosen and arranged by Eva Browne. Corners and spine bumped and worn. Covers scuffed. Small patch of surface damage to spine. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Foxing.