Published by Birn Bros ND, London
Association Member: PBFA
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Hbk illus boards, 4to, G+; Blue cloth spine ; great motor bike frontis picture; ; Modern Book for Boys; 4to 11" - 13" tall.
Published by Springer, 2007
Condition: Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In good all round condition. No dust jacket. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,1750grams, ISBN:9783540408420.
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Published by Jodhpur Government Press,, Jodhpur:, 1946
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. First edition. [vi], vi, 247pp, illustrated with 61 photographs. Contents very clean and unmarked, pages slightly cockled. c.23x14.5cms, recased in the original binding of green cloth titled in black: firm and clean, sunned and mottled, corners sharp, with a new paper label to the spine. A very good copy. (More photographs of this book can be seen on my website).
Published by CRC Press 2008-12-18, 2008
Hardcover. Condition: New.
Published by ROC, 1991
Book First Edition
Hardcover. Condition: Collectible; Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. First Edition. This hardcover book is square and tight. The boards and spine have no wear with pristine gilt. The pages and endpages are clean, with no markings or folds. The dustjacket is As New. Original Price is intact. Not ex-lib. No remainder mark. Collection of Short Stories with Notes on the Authors.
Published by Boriswood, London, 1937
Book First Edition
Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Pbk, 32p. Covers tanned o/w a clean unmarked copy in very good condition. [Peace - Pacifism - Nonviolence Addresses, essays, lectures - Conscientious objection] d529 / m11284.
Published by New Amer Library, New York, 1991
Hard Cover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Jacket Illustration by Judith Murello (illustrator). Book Club (BCE/BOMC). -----The scan you see is the book you buy. Quarter bound in black cloth with gilt on spine, (xvii) 379 pages, Near Fine condition, dust jacket is in Near Fine Condition with small closed tear back cover lower left edge. Contents include: Jacqueline Ess: Her Will and Testament by Clive Barker / The Conqueror Worm by Stephen R. Donaldson / Master by Angela Carter / Death and The Single Girl by Thomas M. Disch / Ladies in Waiting by Hugh B. Cave / Festival by Eric McCormack / The Master Builder by Christopher Fowler / A Quarter Past You by Jonathan Carroll / The Revelations of 'Becka Paulson' by Stephen King / Sea Lovers by Valerie Martin / Psychopomp by Haydin Middleton / A Glowing Future by Ruth Rendell / The Tiger Returns to the Mountain by T. L. Parkinson / Consanguinity by Ronald Duncan / Keeping House by Michael Blumlein / The Villa Desiree by May Sinclair / Cleave the Vampire, or, a Gothic Pastorale by Patrick McGrath / The Swords by Robert Aickman / Salon Satin by Carolyn Banks / How Love Came to Professor Guildea by Robert Hichens / Wings by Harriet Zinnes / The Basilisk by R. Murray Gilchrist. Check out the scans. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Published by Maclean-Hunter, Toronto, Ontario, 1952
Book First Edition
Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Fair. Woods, Rex (cover); Ville, Barling; MacPherson, Duncan; Whalley, Peter (illustrator). First Edition. 64 pages. Features: Nice cover art shows older sister being taken on big date while younger sister looks on wistfully from the staircase; Colour-photo ad for Frigidaire ranges inside front cover; Vintage ad for Allis-Chalmers excavating equipment; Editorial - What is the Right to Strike?; My Christmas in Sing Sing - Beverley Baxter writes from New York; Jane Russell is featured in Jergen's Lotion ad; B.C. Coalition Commits Suicide - report on B.C. politics by Blair Fraser; The Atom Bomb that saves lives - Dr. Harold Johns designed a cobalt-bomb machine to treat cancer patients (radiation treatment) - article with photos; A Butcher Talks Back - Len Edwards explains why meat prices are so high; The Riddle of Louis Riel, by W.O. Mitchell - part 2 of 2 - illustrated; Philippe Takes the Count - story by Ronald R. Smith, illustrated by Barling Ville; What Kind of Canadians are we Getting? - our most adaptable settler, the British family man, finds it hardest to get in - article with photos; Wild Animals I Have Known. Slightly - humour by Rober Thomas Allen, illustrated by Duncan MacPherson; Fredericton - The Aristocrat under the Elms - feature article with photos of this New Brunswick city; How to Miss the Mobs - article cartoon illustrated by Peter Whalley; Full-page army recruiting ad; 1952 Dodge Coronet ad; Lovely full-page colour Coke ad shows mom taking tray of bottles to kids watching TV; 1952 Plymouth ad; Colour LaZboy ad; The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) are honoured in a colour ad for O'Keefe's Brewing Company. Please note: missing pages 29-30 (we believe these contained ads) and pages 45-46 which appear to have contained the end of the Riel article. Clipping from ad on page 47. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy.
Published by Roc Books, N.Y., 1991
Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. B.C.E. 1ST EDITION. Book has very little edge wear on the corners and edges. Dustjacket has minor edge and corner wear. Stories by: Jonathan Carroll; Angela Carter ; Stephen R. Donaldson; Ruth Rendell; Christopher Fowler; Stephen King; Valerie Martin; Haydn Middleton; T. L. Parkinson; Ronald Duncan; Michael Blumlein; May Sinclair; Patrick McGrath; Robert Aickman ; Carolyn Banks; Robert Hichens; Harriet Zinnes; R. Murray Gilchrist; Eric McCormack; Hugh B. Cave; Thomas M. Disch; and Clive Barker. Size: 8 Vo.
Published by Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2002
Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. Second Impression. CAMBRIDGE : 2002. [ Cambridge Companions to Religion. ]. First published the previous year. Paperback. Black and full colour pictorial covers. Owner bookplate; no owner name or internal markings. Bright, tight and clean. NEAR FINE (xv), 290 pages. Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-285). Index. CONTENTS: Making moral decisions by Rowan Williams -- The authority of scripture and Christian ethics by Gareth Jones -- The Old Testament and Christian ethics by John Rogerson -- The gospels and Christian ethics by Timothy P. Jackson -- The epistles and Christian ethics by Stephen C. Barton -- Natural law and Christian ethics by Stephen J. Pope -- Virtue ethics by Jean Porter -- Gender and Christian ethics by Lisa Sowle Cahill -- Liberation ethics by Tim Gorringe -- Christian ethics: a Jewish perspective by Ronald M. Green -- Other faiths and Christian ethics by Gavin D'Costa -- Christianity and war by R. John Elford -- The arms trade and Christian ethics by Robin Gill -- Social justice and welfare by Duncan B. Forrester -- Ecology and Christian ethics by Michael S. Northcott -- Business, economics and Christian ethics by Max L. Stackhouse -- World family trends by Don Browning -- Christian ethics, medicine and genetics by James F. Childress. **Will be well-packed for shipping**. Lg.8vo. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, Cumberland, Everyman, Inklings, Literature, Rarities, Theology and History. ].
Published by Dating from between 26 February and 7 March 1966, 1957
165pp., 4to. In a single (despite plural 'Books' in title) ruled notebook.Title on the front pastedown: 'ST. ANDREWS COLLEGES CHESS CLUB | SECRETARY'S BOOKS.' The first of the Secretaries' annual reports, 'Given at the A. G. M. on February 26th. 1957' by Robert J. V. Logan states that at the time it is 'just over three months since the Club came into re-existence [.] The Club has been meeting on Tuesday evenings in Joe's Café, where members have been playing each other.' Signatures of Grant Waller, John Smail, Michael A. Brewer, Duncan Pirie, R. H. Billington, Harry Cleghorn, W. J. P. Barnes, R. Hitchcock, Eric J. Yeaman, Ronald Michaelson, J. D. Owens, Sean McKee. By the time of the last report in the volume (7 March 1966), the Secretary David Johnson can report that 'Last academic year, the Dundee and District league championship cup was won with surprising eaase by the "A" team with 25 1/2 pts, 4 1/2 points clear of the Dundee Chess Club in second place. At no time was the issue in doubt and the extent of the teams superiority can be gauged from the fact that the first three members of the team list only two games between them throughout the season.'.
Published by Faber, UK, 1949
Book First Edition
Cloth. Condition: Very Good ++. First Edition. 1st Edition 1949. Henry Williamson's ownership initials to the endpaper. A collection of short stories by a variety of writers including R.D. Blackmore, A.E. Coppard, Ronald Duncan, Thomas Hardy, Richard Jefferies, T.F. Powys, Arthur Quiller-Couch, A G Street, John Moore, Eden Phillpotts and Henry Williamson etc. The Henry Williamson's story being ' Billy Goldsworthy's Cow'. . From a large collection of Henry Williamson's and his family's books. Includes a specially commissioned small bookplate affixed inside the book confirming this. Book is very good++ with bright boards and spine. The complete wrapper is very good++ and bright. Edge nicked to edges. Contents good. More images can be taken upon request. Ref17593.
Published by Edward Hulton, London, 1949
Softcover. Condition: Very Good. First edition. Illustrated. Small quarto wrappers. 80pp. Light foxing on page edges, spine sunned with ends nicked, corners nicked, very good. Contains 'Confessions of a Thief' by Jean Genet, 'Dominations and Powers' by George Santayana, ''William Saroyan at Longfellow High / A Short Story" by William Saroyan, 'Stratton / A Poem' by Ronald Duncan, 'Make Parenthood Possible' by Richard Hughes, and more.
Published by Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers, Montreal, 1957
Book First Edition
Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Good. Lansdowne, J.Fenwick (cover art); Hill, James; Macpherson, Duncan; Arbuckle, Franklin; Price, Arthur; King, Ronald (illustrator). First Edition. 112 pages. Features: Cover illustration of Red-Shafted Flicker by Fenwick Lansdowne; Colour ad for International Trucks inside front cover; Classy one-page colour ad for James Richardson & Sons celebrates their 100th anniversary; Half-page colour ad for GE electric blankets; "We don't have to put up with rock 'n' roll"; Beverley Baxter column talks about Lord Altrincham; Nice one-page colour ad for RCA Victor hi-fi products; Joseph Tucker's Triumphant Retreat from the Twentieth Century - he lives in the log cabin he built in Kuroki, Saskatchewan 46 years ago - great photo-illustrated article; Rosa Tremblay and her Seven Sets of Twins! - photo-illustrated article; The Dance of the Bells (short story); What Kind of Man Was Herbert Norman? - did the brilliant diplomat take his own life? - photo-illustrated article; Hangover at the OK Coral - what would happen if Hollywood stars really drank that much alcohol?; Seven gorgeous colour pages of bird illustrations by Fenwick Lansdowne; The Comedian Who Made the House of Commons - Photo-illustrated article on John Pratt; William Lawrence and his wonderful windjammer; The Unseen World of Taste and Smell; Vintage NCR one-page colour ad features supermarket checkout with huge old cash register; Lovely colour-photo two-page ad for Del Monte canned foods; Eight-page colour celebration of the 100th anniversary of the House of Seagram; Eva-Lis Wuorio describes her most memorable meal; Nice one-page colour-photo Caterpillar ad features Manitoba's Highway 1E before and after it was modernized; Nostalgic colour-photo Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank ad shows classic teller scene with glass barrier along counter; Colour-photo one-page Canadian Club ad features Charles Fidani who snatches ribbons (rosettes) from the forelock of charging bulls in Saliers, France (The Ribbon Game); Attractive one-page ad for Philips Styline TVs; One-page ad for Dictaphone shows executive speaking into microphone in his impressive office; Nice colour-photo Old Vienna beer ad shows man reaching for tray; Pilkington Glass colour-photo ad with scene in home of E.C. Vandervoort, Kingston, Ontario; Nice one-page colour-photo ad for Simmons Hide-A-Beds; One-page colour-photo ad for Youngstown Kitchens; Trans-Canada Air Lines one-page ad shows Venice scene; Crown & Anchor beer ad features colour photo of golf scene; Vintage colour-photo Samsonite luggage ad features beautiful Miss Canada 1957, Joan May Fitzpatrick; Vintage one-page A.V. Roe ad entitled "Belgium Chooses the Avro CF-100", with two photos; Back cover colour Coke ad with illustration in Germany's Black Forest; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy.