George Newnes Ltd.
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Green boards, gilt titles to spine and front cover. Gilt vignette of William saluting to spine. B/w illustrations. A little bumping to spine. Browning and some foxing to outer page edges. Couple of marks to text. Wrapper is edge-creased with a few small nicks; some browning.
Green boards, gilt lettering. Vignette of William saluting to spine. B/w illustrations. Browning and some grubby marks to outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with some chips and nicks; marks to rear panel.
Formerly entitled William and the Evacuees. Red boards, black title strip to spine. Vignette to front cover. 160pp. Abridged edition. Foxing and browning to endpapers and outer page edges. Margin tear with a little loss to rear endpaper. Wrapper is edge-creased with some chips and nicks; a little loss; grubby marks; scuffing to front panel.
The second book about the Naughtiest Girl in the school, as amusing and exciting as the first. Blue boards. B/w illustrations. 192 pages. 8th impression. Spine and corners bumped. Page browning throughout else contents clean. Dustwrapper is edge worn and slightly grubby/foxed.
Three children, home for the holidays find a mysterious boy living next-door. Red cloth, black titles. Black and white illustrations. 184 pages. Bumping to spine and a couple of corners. Name and address in ink to front endpaper. Rear joint is cracked to top 2.5". Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is creased with edge-tears and chips; some loss; faded to spine.
The fifth book in the Lone Pine series. This is Jenny's Harman's story. Her desire to possess an old spoon which she found on a junk-tray in Bishop Castle's market laid the foundation of another great adventure for the Lone Piners. Beige cloth, red titles and pine tree vignette. Endpaper maps. B/w illustrations. 256 pages. Spine bumped. A few light marks to covers. Foxing to text block. Dustwrapper is edge worn and torn with slight loss at corners and tape repairs on verso. Rear panel of wrapper is slightly grubby.
A Lone Pine story. Buff cloth, red titles and pine tree vignette. Endpapers are maps. 248 pages. Spine and corners slightly bumped. A few small marks to covers. Light foxing to textblock. Price-cut wrapper is edge worn with some loss to spine and minimal loss at corners. Rear panel of wrapper is a bit grubby. There is a scratch mark to front panel of wrapper (minimal loss caused by this which also affects front cover of book slightly).
THE ARABIAN NIGHTS ENTERTAINMENTS
No author listed. Illustrated by W. Heath Robinson; Helen Stratton; A.D. McCormick; A.L. Davis; A.E. Norbury.
Stock no. 2134633
Published by George Newnes Ltd.. 1st 1899. Good condition.
Blue cloth, pictorial front cover and spine. Gilt titles. 551 b/w illustrations throughout. 472 pages. Large, heavy format, 11" x 8.5". Bumping and wear to edges; some chipping/fraying to cloth at corners and top and tail of spine. Uneven browning/scuffing to covers. Joints are a bit cracked. Name to verso of front endpaper. Foxing and grubby marks throughout.
Green boards, gilt titles to spine and front cover. Gilt vignette of William saluting to spine. B/w illustrations. Spine slightly bumped. Dustwrapper is slightly edge rubbed, has a couple of light stains to rear panel and a scratch mark to front panel (causing tiny patch of surface damage to the H of The in the title.
Red cloth, black title on spine. B/w illustrations. 252 pages. This is the first cheap edition published same year as first edition. Spine and corners bumped, small dents to top edges. Spine slightly faded. Endpapers lightly browned. Dustwrapper is slightly edge chipped with a little loss, rear panel is slightly grubby.
Green cloth, gilt titles on spine and front cover. This is the only full-length William book (the others being made up of short stories) and was based on Val Guest's screenplay for the 1947 film of the same name. 264 pages. Spine slightly bumped and rubbed. A few foxspots to textblock. Dustwrapper is edge chipped with slight loss, faded to spine, slightly grubby on rear panel and has some light foxing on verso.
Red cloth, black title to spine. B/w illustrations. 252 pages. Front cover is a little bowed. Spine is browned. A few marks to covers. Name and date in ink to front endpaper. Foxing and browning to outer page edges.