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By: Arkell, Reginald
Publisher: London, Herbert Jenkins Limited, 1948
Later Printing. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear, some sun-fading on the top edge. Spotting on fore0edge. Dust Jacket price-clipped is in a new clear protective Mylar sleeve has edge wear and handling wear 7.375 inches tall; 190 pages. View more info
By: Bott. Alan
Publisher: London:, Avalon Press & William Collins,, 1947
Edition: First Edition – First Printing.
Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. No flaws but gentle handling. Dust Jacket with price is in a new clear protective Mylar sleeve, has minor wear to top edge on rear panel. Illustrated with numerous double sided plates ; 16 in color.8vo; viii, 191 sider, 88 tavler : ill. ; 29 cm. View more info
By: Buckland, Frank
Publisher: London:, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge,, 1891.
Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Penciling on half-title. Scuffing along headbands; corners bumped and rubbed. REF: Hampton p. 20; Starkman & Read p. 67 View more info
Publisher: New York: London:, Charles Wiley; Sir Richard Phillips & Co.,, 1822.<br>
Edition: First English Edition.
New York: Charles Wiley, 1822 Republished London: Sir Richard Phillips & Co., 1822 Both items appear on the title page. Believe this to be the London publication. Printer on Fleet Street appears at the bottom of last page. Thus, concluding this to be 1st English Edition. 1822 is the date of 1st issue. James Kirke Paulding (August 22, 1778 - April 6, 1860) was an American writer and, for a time, the United States Secretary of the Navy. He became a close fr... View more info
By: Dixon, Hepworth
Publisher: London, Paris, New York & Melbourne:, Cassell & Company Limited,, 1901.<br>
Edition: Popular edition.<br>
"The story of the Tower, from the alleged Julius Caesar Tower down to the present, is full of interest as a mere narrative of facts. When, however, the leading interests are set forth personally and dramatically with a pen almost as graphic as a pencil, and an enthusiasm which is infectious, the result naturally is a most readable and valuable volume. Such a work as this of Mr. Dixon's will make the old walls live again, will inform or remind thousands of readers o... View more info
Publisher: London: England, Nattali & Maurce Ltd, 1944
Lionel Edwards (1878 - 1966) was a British artist who specialized in painting horses and other aspects of British country life. He is best known for his hunting scenes but also painted pictures of horse racing, shooting and fishing. He provided illustrations for Country Life, The Sphere, The Graphic and numerous books. [wiki] Rather than the usual scenes of the horse and hound in the field, Mr. Lionel Edwards has drawn and painted his subjects for this volume, not... View more info
Publisher: London, Putman & Company, 1950
Edition: 1st Edition
First Edition, First Printing. This is bound as the Limited Edition but no limitation page. 4to; 27 cm.; 10.75 inches tall. vii - 50 pages. Illustrated with 8 color plates and 21 b/w drawings. In the words of Major Guy Paget. "Lionel Edwards is a landscape painter in the very top class, worthy to rank with any of the 19th century. He can paint the Hunt scurry as good and life-like as Ferneley, on a background worthy of Birket Foster..He has only to see a Hunt gal... View more info
Publisher: London, T.T. and J. Tegg, 1832
Edition: First Edition, First Printing.
This illustrated book, originally issued in weekly parts, presents scenes of horseracing, boxing, and (because of Egan's involvement with the stage version of his novel) the theater. Contemporary half calf gilt, marbled boards with matching endpages and text-block, Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear with some rubs to corners, Small loss bottom spine. First Edition, First Printing. 8vo; 23cm.; iv, 414pp., wit... View more info
By: Forbes, Allan
Publisher: New York:, Tudor Publishing Company,, 1936.<br>
Edition: First Edition, Thus.<br>
Two volumes printed as one in a presentation box. Profusely illustrated throughout with reproductions from old prints.No flaw to book to note. Has a gift inscription. Clean and tight. Box has light Handling wear to corners.Connecting links between cities and towns of New England and those of the same name in England Ireland and Scotland. Containing narratives, descriptions and many views some done from old prints. Also much information pertaining to the founders an... View more info
By: Morton, H. V.
Publisher: New York:, Dodd, Mead & Company,, 1942.
Edition: Later Printing.
Very interesting tour of England between the 2 World Wars. 8.75 inches tall. 317 Pages with index. Decorated Endpages. Bindings tight and square. Minimal handling wear. Spine a touch of sun-fading. View more info
By: Newnes, George
Publisher: London:, Newnes,, 1935
Dark red with black tones simulated leather boards with guilt titles and decorations. Bindings square and firm though a bit shaken. Text clean and toned. Maps in full color. Some minor spotting to front board. 11 inches tall. View more info
Publisher: London, John Lane The Bodley Head Limited,, 1926
Edition: First Edition, thus
The author contributed to The Sporting Magazine, eventually his stories would be published in book form depicting themes related to foxhunting & horses. First Edition, Thus. A New Edition with an Introduction by W. Shaw Sparrow and Twenty-Four Illustrations in Colour and Half-tone after Ben Marshall, Henry Alken, Wolstenholme, R. B. Davis. Wm. Webb, H. D. Chalon, James Ward, R.A., etc. [First Published in 1838] 4to; 25.5cm.; 10.25 inches tall; v-xx, 29... View more info
Publisher: England, [Publisher not identified], 1959
A History of the Manor and its Former Owners and A Description of the 'Macquoid 'Bequest. Situated near St. Peter's Church and Preston Park, Preston Manor represents an historic house in Brighton, decorated in Edwardian style. Dating back to the 18th century, it features a rich collection of ceramics, furniture, glass, clocks, silver, decorative art and other objects which belonged to the Stanford family. Stapled stiff pictorial wraps, no flaws byt offse... View more info
Publisher: New York and London, Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1906
Edition: 1st Edition
A travelogue by the author who states in the forward that he has been careful to omit all reference to the Tower and all directions to see the cathedrals..he simply is wring his reflections of early 20th century London. Well written and illustrated. Illustrations by the author and other prominent artists, with ,many drawings and photographs. Tissue-guarded frontispiece. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Spine has... View more info
Publisher: London:, Simpkin and Marshall,, 1824.
Edition: First Edition, First Printing.
Collated and all called-for illustrations are present. Illustrated with a frontispiece portrait of the author, an engraved half title page and fifty plates offering views of historical sites and landmarks of the peninsula in southwestern England. Fold-out map of Cornwall.Bound in green leather, with raised bands, ornate gilt decorations and a gilt-lettered black leather label to the spine. Adorned with marbled edges and endpapers. External handling ... View more info