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Publisher: Double Crown Club 1955.:
Seller ID: 8758
Condition: Striking Curwen-style red, black & gold patterned wrappers c. 18.5 x 12 cms, with large gold label. Containing 4pp sewn-in and handsomely printed in red & black, a fine copy of a very fragile little piece.
Publisher: Double Crown Club 1947.:
Seller ID: 9353
Condition: 4pp c. 15 x 12 cms french-fold on tinted paper. Cover illustrated with stylised conjoined hands in red and black : inside illustrated with stylised joints of meat also in red and black, fine.
Publisher: Double Crown Club 1933.:
Seller ID: 8751
Condition: Card folded once to form 4pp c. 18.5 x 11 cms, with decorative front cover. And with loosely inserted grey card c. 15.5 x 10 cms printed with John Carter's address and with Double Crown Club initials DCC all in blue. Both items in fine condition.
Publisher: Double Crown Club 1985.:
Seller ID: 8749
Condition: 4 pages c. 21.5 x 14 cms french-fold on thick tinted paper, printed in red & black throughout, text with ink tick confirming payment sent, else fine.
Publisher: Harding; and White & Cochrane 1811:
Seller ID: 5002
Condition: First Bliss Edition, contemporary gilt vellum, brown morocco label just chipped. C.pp360, vellum bit dusty & soiled. Elegant endpaper signature of Edward Sisson [?? a pencil note suggests, wrongly, provost of Trinity College, Dublin] and date(?) 34TCD. Also attractive ticket of David Nutt, late 19thC London bookseller & editor. Excellent attractive copy with clean crisp text.
Publisher: Milan, Perrella [1950s]:
Seller ID: 7742
Condition: Stiff green wrappers sunned around backstrip. Tall 8vo, 12pp title + text &c, complete with 56 loose-leaf plates printed with captions and borders in red, neat booklabel, excellent copy in slip-case.
Publisher: Etchells & Macdonald 1928.:
Seller ID: 7805
Condition: Half vellum/parchment lettered in gilt, salmon-pink boards with illustration in black, card slip-case with large pictorial paper label. Folio, c.pp118 uncut, neat endpaper booklabel, spine just lightly dusty, slip-case slightly worn, else an excellent copy of a delicate book. With 25 copper-engraved illustrations.
By: FIELDING, Henry.
Publisher: Cochrane 1832:
Seller ID: 9257
Condition: * Issued without the frontispiece (see note below).* First Cruikshank Edition, publisher's original glazed fawn watered linen, treble dark blue paper labels lettered in gilt. Dumpy 8vo, ppiv + xii + 336 uncut, sides of delicate binding bit dusty or grubby, backstrip sunned to a darker brown, very slight wear, but a very good stout and secure copy. With 3 etched plates by George Cruikshank. Text and plates attractively clean and crisp. Uncommon in the original delicate binding.
Publisher: Cambridge, Golden Head Press 1967:
Seller ID: 9206
Condition: First Edition, glossy dark blue illustrated wrappers lettered in white. C.pp50, couple of trifling marks, a near-fine copy of a fragile book.
Publisher: London, printed by A. J. Valpy for L. B. Seeley 1823.:
Seller ID: 9262
Condition: First Edition thus, 2 Vols, publisher's contemporary half black morocco, marbled paper sides, spines lettered in gilt and with later armorial insignia in gilt. 8vos, c.pp334; and c.pp500, both vols bound without half-titles (?), bindings just lightly scuffed or rubbed, else a very good set. Both vols with neat early signature on title-page : Vol 1 front endpaper with neat inscription 'A good book. A. West 21 June 1856. Bathboys' : and endpaper of both vols with handsome modern armorial bookplate.
Publisher: Bogue nd [1860s]:
Seller ID: 8553
Condition: Original cloth pictorially gilt. Sm.8vo c.4 x 2.75 ins, c.pp64, neat 1863 inscription and neat booklabel on endpaper, a very good copy of a fragile little book. With striking colour frontispiece.
Publisher: Maggs Booksellers Catalogue 645, 1937:
Seller ID: 8913
Condition: Illustrated cream wrappers. Roy.8vo, c.pp204, vulnerable wrappers a little dusty, else a very good copy of a fragile item. Includes 61 illustrations.
By: FORSTER, E. M.
Publisher: New York, Albondocani Press 1973.:
Seller ID: 9151
Condition: First Edition, patterned wrappers and printed label. C.pp20, owner's handsome little label on wrapper turn-in, a fine copy.
Publisher: Glasgow, Maclehose 1913:
Seller ID: 1373
Condition: Linen-backed boards. 4to, c.pp155 uncut, as so often boards and label somewhat age-darkened, but else a very good copy of a vulnerable book. Contents extremely clean and bright : with the spare label tipped-in at rear. With 13 plates & facsimiles.
Publisher: B. M. Pickering 1874:
Seller ID: 6365
Condition: 3 Vols uncut, with 2 portraits. Crimson cloth, spines just sunned, paper labels bit darkened. Armorial bookplate of Arthur Melville Clark. Excellent attractive set.
Publisher: Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, The Friends' Press 1982:
Seller ID: 7735
Condition: Striking marbled paper chemise with decorative label in red. Narrow 8vo, containing 8 loose leaves, a fine copy.
Publisher: Faber 1948.:
Seller ID: 1071
Condition: First Edition, c.pp324, fine in illustrated dws. Illustrated with 18 plates.
Publisher: Liverpool, printed by Rushton and Melling; sold by E. Smith & Co. … Manchester; Bucks and Kinnebrook, Norwich; Hillyard and Morgan, Bristol; and all Booksellers.:
Seller ID: 10140
Condition: First Edition, original brown paper boards, protected by a marbled paper slip-case with green morocco label lettered in gilt. Pp.[iv], vi, 179. Includes 5 tipped-in lithograph illustrations : the folded facsimile One Pound Bank Note a little foxed, the other 4 illustrations very clean. Very neatly and unobtrusively repaired at an early date with the boards supplied with near-matching brown paper, endpapers with attractive mid-20th century bookplate. An excellent mellow copy with very clean crisp illustrations and text.
Publisher: Aylesford Press 1989:
Seller ID: 2868
Condition: Quarter cloth & marbled boards, with handsome dws, c.pp24, a very fine copy.
Publisher: Effingham Wilson 1834:
Seller ID: 9057
Condition: First Edition, contemporary gilt calf, morocco label. Thick dumpy 8vo, c.pp772, binding a bit rubbed and scuffed, some cracking of joints [this is a book too thick for its height], slight creasing to extreme bottom corner of c.60pp, still a decent mellow copy, and internally very clean and bright. With folding engraved frontispiece of the facade of The National Gallery.