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BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES VOL. XVIII SOUTH WALES
Written by Thomas Rees.
Stock no. 1821252
Published by John Harris. 1st 1815. Very good condition.
Three-quarter leather binding, raised bands to spine, gilt titles to spine with gilt decoration. Blue marbled paper boards. 33 b/w plates. viii and 917 pages plus book list to rear and index. Spine lightly faded but gilt still bright. Text block lightly browned and lightly marked (does not detract). Some page browning and scattered foxing. A very nice copy considering the age. All plates present.
4th edition, with new an additional woodcuts. Small format. B/w engravings. In Words of One Syallable. Uneven fading to covers. Bumping and light chipping to corners. Name in ink to front pastedown. Foxing; mostly to prelims.
Small format, 5 x 3.75". Cardwraps. 30 b/w engravings on wood. 66 pages plus publication list. Facsimile of 1807 edition. Adverts to rear of the book dated 1899-1900. Covers are grubby and edge worn. Tiny booksellers sticker inside front cover. Front joint is reparied with white paper. Contents are browned. Contained in custom made blue cloth covered box.
Small format, burgundy mottled boards. 30 b/w engravings on wood. 66 pages plus publication list. Spine and corners bumped and rubbed. Small booksellers sticker to front pastedown. Contents are worn and a bit grubby/foxed with paper repairs. Stitching is pulled causing contents to be loose but binding still holding.
THE LOOKING GLASS FOR THE MIND OR INTELLECTUAL MIRROR
Written by M. Berquin. Illustrated by I. Bewick.
Stock no. 737997
Published by John Harris; G. Whittaker. 17th 1827. Very good condition.
"Being an elegant collection of the most delightful little stories and interesting tales; chiefly translated from that much admired works L'Ami Des Enfans." Black leather binding with gilt title and flower vignettes to spine. Marble effect endpapers. 74 b/w woodcut illustrations to text. 259 pages. Spine and corners bumped and slightly rubbed. A couple of tiny dents to cover edges. Tiny booksellers sticker to front pastedown. Front joint just starting to crack. Some foxing to page margins. Very light damp stain to edges of title-page and preface. Pages 13-16 have a light brown stain to lower corners. Overall a very nice copy of this antiquarian children's book.