Published by John Wiley and Sons, Ltd. Publishers, London, 2010
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: VG. Reprint. Clean blue cloth on boards with silver titles. Thin light bumping to foot of spine. Couple of light indents to bottom boards edges. Ffep inscribed in pink, Happy Birthday gift. Nice clean glossy content. Comprehensive colour and b/w illustrations, binding tight. 288p Dj: soft rubbing. Faint soiling to head edge and dusting of a little smudges. Thin creasing and light rubbing to head & foot of spine. Small rubbed wear to front flap foot. 6cm curved closed tear to foot of front jacket by spine, white tape repair on inside.
Seller Inventory # 031222
Published by Great Western Railway Company, London, 1928
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. First Edition. Cover: light green cloth on boards with gilt titles; soft browning to spine, faint dusting of a little soiling. Paperthin bumping to foot of spine. Age greying to head edge and moderate foxing to edges. Map of Cornwall as eps. Second ffep missing. Sprinkling of foxing to most pages. Colour & b/w illustrations. Binding is very good. 168p.
Seller Inventory # 031608
Published by William Heinemann Ltd. In collaboration with Yale University, Melbourne, London & Toronto, 1963
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: VG. First Edition. Cover: blue cloth on boards with gilt titles. Staining to front cover and a touch to rear cover. Foot of spine with thin bumping and light cracking. Tiny bumping to fore corners. Navy blue head edge only lightly faded. Moderate foxing to fore-edge and only a couple to bottom edge. Eps: A Map of the Tour Through Scotland and The Hebrides Clean content. Binding is VG. 520p Dj: soft rubbing. Thin shelf sunned to only rear head margin and thinly vertical to spine rearside edge. Head of spine with a few tiny tears. Really faint dusting a a little smudging. Tiny creasing and chip to head & foot of flaps spine. Price-cut to front flap foot.
Seller Inventory # 031956
Published by B.T.Batsford Ltd., London, 1987
HB. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: VG. First Edition. Pink cloth on boards, gilt titles and lightly shelf-sunned. Edges: just a few tiny spots to top-edge; small smudge to bottom edge corner. Nice clean contents. Colour & b/w illustrations by the author. Frontis: B/w photo of the artist in 1936. Binding is VG+. 144p Dj: mild dusting of foxing and fading. Spine: with moderate wear patches. Front flap spine with light spots of wear, small split to head. Price-cut to front flap foot. Landscape.
Seller Inventory # 040474
Published by The Folio Society, London, 2008
HB. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: None. First Edition. As new copy with gold gilt design to front cover. All illustrations are hand-coloured aquatints, drawn and engraved by William Daniell taken from his 'Voyage Round Great Britain Undertaken in the Summer of the Year 1813 and Commencing from the Land's-End, Cornwall.' Photographed and reproduced. Immaculate content, binding tight. 294p Box slipcase: VG: illustration of 'The Entrance to Portreath, Cornwall.' Faint rubbing & light scratches, slight rubbed bumping to fore-edge, box solid.
Seller Inventory # 024784
Published by Ed.J.Burrow & Co. Ltd., London
Soft Copy. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. Tenth Edition. No date, listed as 10th Ed. Issued by authority and with the Co-operation of Nottingham Corporation. Cover: brown cover with red titles and Nottingham crest on front cover. Mild dusting of soling and light rubbing to cover. Cover edges with thin faint wear and a just a couple of teeny chips. Head & foot of spine with thin light wear and chips. Edges: mild foxing and light soiling. Faint smudges to Title page margins. Quite clean content. Binding is VG. 256p.
Seller Inventory # 032332
Published by A. & C. Black Ltd., London, 1920
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. Sutton Palmer (illustrator). First Edition. Cover: green and black attractive pictorial boards with gilt and black titles. Soft rubbing and just a few small spot to rear cover. Light bumping and mild rubbing to head & foot of spine. A touch rubbed wear to corner tips. Soft rubbing to bottom and fore-edge boards edges. Moderate foxing to edges. Slight surface splitting to front guttering revealing some mesh. Quite faint and few only foxing to ffeps & rfeps and to only a few pages margins. All colour illustrations and fldg map at rear clean and intact. Binding very good. 232p.
Seller Inventory # 029707
Published by Dewi Lewis Publishing, England, 2013
Hb. Condition: VG+. Dust Jacket Condition: None. First Edition. Clean grey cloth on board, colour illustrated photo on front; faint small rubbed smudge to front. Spine: light thin bumping to head & foot. Eps: map of the world. Nice clean content. Colour illustrations. Binding is As New. 187p.
Seller Inventory # 037164
Published by J. H. & J. Parker, London, 1866
Cloth on Board. Condition: VG-. First. Sunning to spine with bump and wear exposing boards beneath to head and foot of spine and fore corners. Mild soiling to covers and page edges with some throughout. Foxing to page edges, inner covers and EPs with some throughout. Ink inscription probably by author to a relative to front inner cover with cracked front hinge and strong binding.
Seller Inventory # 020092
Published by James Aisnworth, Manchester, England, 1840
Hb. Condition: VG-. Dust Jacket Condition: None. First. Leather spine & borders & leather corner tips; moderate rubbing with some light wear; heavy rubbing to spine seams; wear to corners; wear to board edges; heavy foxing/browning to edges; penciled names to fep & title page; moderate foxing to feps & reps; very few faint foxing to a very few pages; binding vey good.
Seller Inventory # 015769
Published by Constable & Co. Ltd., London, 1913
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. First Edition. Original red cloth on boards with gilt titles, gilt border trim with touch of gilt decoratives; faint dusting of white soiling and just a touch old shelf-sunned. Spine: moderately sunned. Edges: gilt top-edge with light rubbing and scratches; moderate foxing to edges. Eps: light shadowing to ffep & refp. Frontis: etching of Cheviot, The Hanging Stone. Touch foxing to eps & title pages. Clean content. Coloured maps are clean and intact. Binding is As New. 255p.
Seller Inventory # 036434
Published by William French, Glasgow, 1947
Card Cover. Condition: VG-. First. Sunning to spine and head of covers with some discolouration due to liquid damage to spine. Bump and rub to head and foot of spine and fore corners with mild soiling to covers. Foxing to page edges with some throughout. Ink inscription to head of front inner cover.
Seller Inventory # 019193
Published by Fredk. Sage & Co., Ltd., Shopfitting Contractors, London, 1925
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. First Edition. " A Souvenir of our Works, contributing to the modernisation of this famous thoroughfare." Collection of prints/ plates by the Contractors works: (all clean & intact), Two coloured prints of Regent Street 1825 and one of Regent Street 1925; 1x A3 fldg b/w Plate No. 1 sepia toned Aux Galleries Lafayette Ltd. Plates 2- 16 b/w of Regent Street fine stores (Madame Isobel, Liberty & co., etc); Plates/ prints No. 17 -24 designs of stores, i.e. Messrs Dickens & Jones Ltd, Messers. Chas.Packer & Co., Ltd., etc.; Plates/Prints No. 25-26 b/w of Messrs. J.C. Vickery. Folding case envelope holding inside fep. Cover: off white with gilt titles; moderately soiled and rubbed. Moderate rubbed wear to extremeties.Fep board with coloured Sketch Map Indicating The Position of Contracts Executed In Regent Street & Its Environs By the House of Sage, 1925 Reconstruction. Faint dusting of soiling to envelope folds. Two internal ribbon ties and two ribbon ties on boards fore-edge, slightly frayed ends. .
Seller Inventory # 034165
Published by Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., London, 1880
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. First. Three volumes with 2 each volumes per book. All three books similar in description; bumping/rubbing to head & foot of spine; rubbing to corner tips; light rubbing to spine seams; light soiling to cover; gold gilt head edge still strong, only faintly rubbed; light browning to fore & bottom edge; pencile notes to ffep; penciled anme to head of title page; faint foxing t feps & reps; very faint few only foxing to a few only pages; binding very good, albeit only slightly loose; otherwise pges clen & tidy.
Seller Inventory # 015771
Published by London, 1818
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. First. Original half calf spine & corners with moderately rubbed marbled cover, gold gilt lettering on maroon and raised gold gilt bands to spine, light wear to head & foot of spine/ board edges, very small worn hole to bottom spine, thin split to inside board spine seam but holding strong, faded name in old style writing to fep, illustrated with nineteen engravings and a fldg map intact (some moderate foxing to margins of these), binding very good. 495 p.
Seller Inventory # 021231
Published by G.W.Bacon & Co. Ltd, Printers, London
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. No date. Drawn and printed for Geo.D. Atkin & Co. No date. Navy blue cloth cover with cream title plate to front cover. Moderately rubbed wear to extemeties, light soiling and rubbed spots to cover. Coloured folding map clean and intact with clean fabric backing. Binding very good.
Seller Inventory # 025930
Published by Sherwood, Neely and Jones, London, 1819
HB. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. First. Containing and accounts of its Town, Cathedrals, Castles.The Residences of the Nobility , Gentry, etc. 938 p, index, engraved plates and fronts. 22cms, original HC binding, gold gilt lettering to spine, marbled boards, lacking front free endpapers, light edge wear, light foxing to a few pages, binding solid.
Seller Inventory # 020537
Published by Fisher, Son & Co., London, 1833
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. Thomas Allom, George Pickering, & C. (illustrator). First Edition. Three volume set: brown & green original marbled boards with green spine & wrap with gilt titles and gilt design stamp to spine. Four raised ribs to spine. Half-calf green leather spine and corners. All thee volumes mildly rubbed, moderate rubbed wear to extremeties.Very light old foxing to many pages albeit mostly to the margins. All bindings tight. Edges: marbled with light age browning and dusting of soiling. Marbled eps. Volume I: Front guttering with short light splitting hinge exposure. 76p Vol. II: 8cm surface splitting to front inside hinge p 78 -148 Vol. III: 149 - 220p.
Seller Inventory # 030242
Published by Fisher Son & Co., London, 1832
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. Thomas Allom (illustrator). First Edition. Bound in red half leather with decorative gilt spine, light fading and few only scratches to cover. Head & bottom of spine and corners with light rubbed wear. Scuffing wear to extremeties. Gilt edges slightly rubbed and faint scratches. Marbled endpapers. 72 leaves each with two engraved plates. Sprinkle of foxing mostly to verso of plates, inscribed Reference only on prelim page. Binding tight. 280mm. 148p.
Seller Inventory # 028206
Published by Fisher, Sons & Co.;James & Co., Jones & Co., L.T. Hinton; ; R.Jennings & Poultry, London, 1829
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. T.Allom, W.H. Barlett, N.Whittock, H. Gastineau, T. Shepherd, J.Britton and Mr. Pugin (illustrator). First Edition. A polyglot of articles of the various views of the UK Regions. Complete titles: 1) Devonshire Illustrated in a Series of Views of Cities,Towns, Public Buildings, Streets, Docks, Churches, Anitquities, Abbeys. Picturesque Scenery, Castles, Seats of the Nobility, & c. & c. with Historical & Descriptive Accounts by J.Britton & E.W.Brayley, Pub: Fisher Sons & Co. 2) Jones' Views of the Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England, Wales,Scotland, and Ireland (Second Series Comprising the Western Counties) Pb: Jones & co. 3) Jones' Views of the Seats, Mansions Castles, & c., of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland and Other Picuresque Scenery Accompanied with Historical descriptions of the Mansions, List of Pictures, Statues, & c. and Geneological Sketches of the Families and Their Possessors. 4) Picturesque Beauties of England and Wales, in a series of Views from Original Drawings by N.Whittock and H. Gastineau Pub: L.T. Hitton and Holdsworth & Ball 5) Bath and Bristol with the Counties of Somerset and Gloucester, Displayed in a Series of Views Including the Modern Improvements, Picturesque Scenery, Antiquities, & c. 6) Paris and Its Environs Displayed in a series of Picturesque Views; topographical and historical description by L.t Ventoullac. Cover: original brown marbled boards and green half-calf spine and corners; moderately rubbed and soiled. Spine: gilt titles and gilt bands, surface wear to head & foot and to side seams. Wear to extremeties. Edges: moderate age browning, soiling and foxing. Splitting to front hinge. Contents: moderate old foxing throughout. Some small old worming holes to bottom margins first half of the book. Ffep: bottom half loose from binding. Chips to ffep & title page fore-edge. Rep: upside down & pasted on a part article strip of A Terrible Murder (from Home Paper). Binding is still very strong. Large and heavy book: 275 x 215mm.
Seller Inventory # 035791
Published by Nichols and Son, London, 1805
Hb. Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: None. First. Original reddish brown chequered leather boards rebacked in plain leather, scuffed and rubbed, head & bottom spine with moderate wear & small splitting to bottom spine, wear to four corner tips, gold gilt border trim, gold gilt edges lightly rubbed but still shiny, added cloth title to spine, 16 plates, including colour, geneaology tables all quite clean & intact except one that has some tearing to the edges & moderate foxing, very light foxing to a few only pages mostly to the margins, one plate has had part of it evenly seperated (must have been a fold-out page), however the two plates are included, binding tight. 437p.
Seller Inventory # 022529