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WAYSIDE PICTURES THROUGH FRANCE, BELGIUM AND HOLLAND
Written by Robert Bell.
Stock no. 988446
Published by Richard Bentley. 1st 1849. Slightly better than good condition.
Green embossed cloth. Pages: xii, 456. Contents very good but spine browned and chipped at top with loss.
A Plan for the Union of the Fifteen British West Indian Colonies. Pages: 175. Original brown cloth, gilt lettering on spine. Folding coloured map. Royal Statistical Society stamps to verso of map and title page. Contents very good indeed.
Text mostly in Welsh. Pages: 804. Original blind-stamped brown cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Contents very good. Front joint slightly cracked.
Achte Auflage. 3 Volumes, Original dark green cloth with rich gilt decoration. Name in ink to front endpapers. Corners very lightly rubbed. A handsome set.
28 pages. Brown card wraps. 2 b/w plates. The history of the North and South Wales Bank. Text in Welsh. Covers worn and foxed. First blank page missing.
In a Series of Conversations with some account of the habits of fishes belonging to the genus Salmo by an Angler - Third edition. Pages: xiii, 335. Contemporary three-quarters blue leather binding; raised bands and gilt-lettered black moroco label on spine. 6 engraved plates plus 3 fly plates. No author named, but is Sir Humphry Davy. Contents very good. In handsome modern binding. REDUCED from Â£120.
Oblong format, original printed paper wrappers. 13 woodcut illustrations by Dorothy Mills. A few scattered foxspots throughout. Covers browned and edge-chipped.
Three-quarter burgundy leather binding, marbled boards. Pages: 265; 272. 2 volumes in 1. Corners very worn. Boards chipped. 16 of 18 plates present. Some foxing throughout.
ENQUIRY INTO THE MANUFACTURE OF GOLD-FILLED SPECTACLES
No author listed.
Stock no. 988600
Published by The Joint Council Of Qualified Opticians. 1932. Very good condition.
Pages: 34. Spiral bound, soft brown covers. Illustrated. Name in ink to title page.
Fascinating photos of rodeos, bulldogging, bronco riding etc. Third edition. Pages: xxxviii, 242. Original dark blue cloth with gilt lettering, pictorial onlay of bucking bronco to front. 50 b/w plates. With a dedication and ink and coloured pencil drawing of a cowboy by the author on front endpaper. Spine a little dulled.
PHOTOGRAPHIC GROUPS OF EMMINENT PERSONAGES
No author listed.
Stock no. 988675
Circa 1890. Very good condition.
Large red cloth folder (32 x 28 cm), with gilt decoration and lettering. 6 pages of montage photographs, each with a key page. The montages are Kings and Queens of England, Eminent Women, Historical Celebrities (2 plates), Military and Naval Celebrities, and British Poets. Very light foxing to endpapers. Reduced from Â£150.
Pages: viii, 212. Contemporary full polished calf binding. In Which The Necessity of it is Proved, the Qualifications for it Explained and the Right of Infants to it Asserted. No author named but believed to be the Reverend Cornish of Sherborne in Dorset. An interesting bookplate states the book is from the Library of I. W. Horsley, first Pastor of the Ville at Dunkirk, and is left in trust to his Successors.