Latimer House Limited
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Revised and reset. Blue boards, black title to spine. 152 pages. Spine bumped and faded. Textblock and page margins are slightly grubby. Dustwrapper has large section missing to base of spine and front panel and is edge worn and grubby.
The strange story of Deeley Montfort Delaroy, told by his war-time comrade and friend, Captain Eric (Tubby) Wilde. Blue boards, black title to spine. Revised and reset edition. Third impression of this edition. Spine and corners bumped, some light marking to covers. Grubby marks to page margins, foxing to textblock. Front free-endpaper removed. Prelims have been neatly reinserted with tape.
Blue boards, black title to spine. The second book in the Steeley Adventure Series. 152 pages. Revised and Reset. Original published by Newnes in 1936. Spine and corners bumped, Covers grubby and stained. Ink name and address stamped multiple times on front free-endpaper, tiny sticker to top of same page. Foxing to textblock. Some grubby marks to page margins.
Blue boards, black title to spine and vignette to front cover. B/w illustrations. Spine and corners slightly bumped. Fading to cover edges. Ink stamp to front free-endpaper. A few light page corner creased and a couple of tiny margin tears.
Brilliant criminologist, Dr. Vane was not averse to using criminal methods to foil the enemies of his country... Blue cloth, black title to spine. 205 pages. Fading to top and tail of spine. Previous owner's address label to front pastedown (hidden by the front flap of dustwrapper). Pictorial dustwrapper is edge-worn and torn with slight loss.
CHRISTINA'S FAIRY BOOK
Written by Ford Madox Ford. Illustrated by Jennetta Vise.
Stock no. 1506934
Published by Latimer House Limited. 1st thus 1949. Slightly better than good condition in a slightly better than good dustwrapper.
A collection of lovely fairy stories. Grey cloth covers, red titles to spine. 7.5 x 5". B/w illustrations. 60 pages. Minimal bumping to spine and corners. Crease to cloth at top corner of front cover with pinhole. Some faint marks to covers. Heavy erased pencil lines to front endpapers, half-title page, page 15 and one line to title page. Small part of line on half-title has torn paper which has been repaired on both side with clear tape. Just an odd mark and some foxing otherwise. Dustwrapper is edge worn and chipped with a little loss from base of spine. Grubby with a couple of light stains, foxed on verso. Surface paper damage from label removal on front panel.
A book of Bible stories and prayers for children at night. Light blue cloth spine with gilt title. Dark blue boards with gilt vignette to front. Three colour plates, blue and black illustrations throughout. Some scuffing to covers; part of wrapper is stuck to front cover. Contents are very good. Wrapper is torn and chipped, with creasing and loss; faded.
Blue cloth spine, matt pictorial boards of children picking daffodils. 10 x 7.5". Colour illustrations. 60 pages. 9 stories. Corners worn. Spine damp-stained. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Price-cut wrapper is torn and creased with some loss.
Blue cloth, black title to spine. A variety of stories by Johns. 202 pages. Base of spine rubbed and a little faded. Small mark to front cover. Endpapers and outer page edges foxed. Small tear to bottom corner of front endpaper. Also small tape mark. Wrapper has a few closed edge-tears with slight loss and tape strengthening to edges.
Blue cloth, black title to spine. A variety of stories by Johns. 202 pages. Spine and corners are bumped. A few grubby marks to covers. Damp mark to bottom corner of front pastedown. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Pictorial wrapper is damp marked to front flap, edge-torn in places, with some small chips of loss; 3-4" split to bottom of spine and the horizontally across. Worn to edges.