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Every race and every country has its own increasingly bizarre hang-up and so do animals as Ronald Searle now reveals. Glazed pictorial boards. Humourous colour pictures throughout. ISBN: 0713913363. Spine bumped at top and tail. Some pale browning to front cover. Foxing to textblock. Light tobacco smell to contents. Price-cut dustwrapper is browned, mainly at front panel, damp stains to top edges of rear panel.
Cloth spine, pictorial front board showing a variety of animals looking at Raven on fence. 10 colour (chromolithograph) plates plus b/w text illustrations. 212 pages. Professionally re-backed, new spine bumped at head and tail. Covers are worn and grubby, some surface paper loss. New endpapers. Grubby fingermarks and foxing to contents. Lower corner of last page torn off (no text missing).
Blue cloth, silver title to spine and sword vignette to front. Blue maps to endpapers. Colour frontis. Woodcuts as chapter headers. Spine lightly faded. A couple of small marks to front cover. Contained in publisher's sliver slipcase which is scuffed.
Being the Autobiography of a Really Good Man. Maroon pictorial cloth, gilt title to spine. B/w illustrations. Introduction by Letts. Slight fading to spine. Publisher's blue slipcase is scuffed at top and bottom edges.
Introduced by Ian Niall. Green cloth spine, brown title label with gilt title. Marbled boards. B/w engravings. Top edge brown. A couple of small, light marks to spine. Tiny grease spot to margin of title-page. Publisher's brown slipcase is dusty at top edge.
'The First Version by Edward Fitzgerald". Lovely slim volume, brown cloth with gilt and silver decorations. Beige pictorial endpapers. Full page illustrations. A couple of small marks to front cover.
The First Version of Edward Fitzgerald. Small, slim format. Red cloth with gilt and silver floral decoration. Illustrated with colour miniatures from a manuscript dated 911ah. A bright copy.
The question this book addresses is 'What is reality?' The answer(s) may surprise you; you may not believe them. But you will find out how contemporary science views the world. Blue cloth boards, light blue title to spine and blocked design to front. Colour illustrations and b/w diagrams. xiii and 272 pages. Book itself is fine. Contained in blue publisher's slipcase which is slightly marked.
Green pictorial cloth. Colour illustrations. Introduced by Stein. Book itself is fine. Publisher's blue slipcase is just a little dusty at top edge and has a small mark on rear panel.
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And Its Connection with Political and Social Circumstances from the Earliest Times to the Present Day. Introduction by Grayling. Brown leather binding with gilt title to spine; gilt/black decorations. Spine is slightly faded. Publisher's black slipcase is slightly scuffed.
Black cloth with gilt title and decorations to spine and decorations to front cover. Endpapers are maps. Printed on Abbey wove paper. Top edge gilt. Book has minimal bumping to top front corner else a fine copy. Publisher's slipcase is bumped at corners and lightly scuffed at edges and has a dent to centre of one of the panels.
Blue cloth with beautiful gilt decoration. Spine slightly bumped and faded. Publisher's grey slipcase is browned at edges with some splitting.