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THE 17TH/21ST LANCERS (FAMOUS REGIMENTS)
Written by R.L.V. Ffrench Blake.
Stock no. 1820015
Published by Hamish Hamilton. 1st 1968. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
A complete history of the two regiments, 17th and 21st, from their foundation until their amalgamation in 1922, and thereafter. Lilac cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos and illustrations. Text block browned, contents clean. White pictorial dustwrapper is a little browned.
A Hamish Hamilton Reindeer Book. Pictorial boards. B/w illustrations. Minimal bumping to spine and minimal rubbing at corners. A few tiny foxspots to textblock else contents fine. Price-cut wrapper is slightly edge rubbed and grubby.
Oblong format. White glazed pictorial boards. Watch as the caterpillar eats his way through the book! ISBN: 024101798X. Some slight wear to cover edges. A few light foxspots and some light page browning to contents else clean, without names or inscriptions.
Genuine vanishing cream, one very odd wellington boot, a book that read stories aloud, a duster used by a dust devil... just some of the things found in the shop by the sea. A Hamish Hamilton reindeer book. Pictorial boards. B/w text illustrations. 120 pages. Spine and corners slightly bumped and rubbed. Foxing to textblock. Dustwrapper is edge worn with small closed tears.
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A Reindeer Book. Brown and green pictorial boards. B/w illustrations. 138 Pages. Spine and corners bumped, cover edges rubbed. Contents clean. Book leans to one side. Dustwrapper is worn at spine and corners with slight loss.
When Buckbounder springs into the bank, the scoundrel gets more of a bounce than he bargained for... Glazed pictorial boards. Colour illustrations. ISBN: 0241137780.
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Yellow pictorial boards. B/w illustrations. Bumping and wear to spine and corners; a little chipping along edges. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is grubby with some edge-tears and chips; only a little loss.
Pictorial boards. B/w illustrations to text. 119 pages. 7.5 x 5". In the "Reindeer Books" series. ISBN: 0241900549. Bumping along cover edges and corners. Small pen mark to front cover. Front endpaper is missing. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with faded spine; a few closed tears.
The Lost Airmen of World War Two. Cream boards, black titles and vignette. The author researches the life of his grandfather and looks at the connections between war air and poetry. ISBN: 9780241144176. Bump to base of spine. Contents are fine. Wrap around band/wrapper is still present and in excellent condition.
The story of Marshmallow who is a beautiful white rabbit, and a jealous cat. Oblong format. Grey boards. Delightful simple illustrations throughout. Bumping and wear, with a little chipping to cover edges and spine. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Contents are still very good indeed - just the odd margin mark.
Ben and Biddy, the two bullfinches, were found in the middle of the road, too young to move. Sheila and Peter took them home to feed and look after them... Yellow boards, blue title to spine and vignette of a reindeer to front cover. Lovely b/w illustrations. 119 pages. A Hamish Hamilton Reindeer book. Bumping to spine and corners; a couple of small nicks. Indentation mark to spine. Some foxing to pages throughout. Wrapper is edge-creased with some chips and tears; damp marked in places; with some other marks, especially to rear panel.
It was a dark and fearsome night on the canal when disaster struck the Wandering Wind... A Hamish Hamilton "Reindeer" book. Pictorial boards. B/w text illustrations. 120 pages. ISBN: 0241913470. SIGNED by author/illustrator to title page. Ex-lib. with most usual markings, especially to prelims. Bookplate to front pastedown. Page edge browning. Wrapper is price-cut with tape marks to flaps; creased with some chips and tears; minimal loss.