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334pp. Extensively illustrated in color. With dust jacket. An excellent copy. This publication was conceived from the onset to accompany an exhibition sponsored by the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland whitch was held in Edinburgh in 1985. A fresh and provocative examination of Britain's prehistoric past, exploring the material manifestations of power, prestige and status in the period 3000 BC to 1200 BC.
London: Gregg Press. 1965. 43pp. Hardcover, no jacket.. Facsimile reprint of London, 1737 edition. Intro. by D. F. Foxon. Fine copy. We obtained this book directly from the publisher, it has never been privately owned. "A new and compleat list of all the new books, new editions of books, pamphlets, etc published". (cfm)
London: Longmans , Green and Co., Ltd. (1960). 346pp. Hard-bound with dust jacket. In very good to fine condition.
London:Frederick Warne & Co. 2 vol. (ca. 1873-74). Original green cloth.*The Chandos Library embossed on bothe front covers. . Original owner's name, Edward L. Lowell, and ඒ, VIII. 19." inscribed on both front fly-leafs. One signature in volume 2 lightly sprung, otherwise, a very good set.
Norwich:Norwich Union. (1994). 38pp. Illustrated. Wraps. Covers show some light wear and soiling but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy. FB002
207pp. With dust jacket. A very good copy. Jacket frayed at edges, however.
Philadelphia:J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1877. 654pp. Hardcover. Ex-library copy. Small library bookplate inside front board, small library stamp on title page, remains of library card envelop on inside rear board and white letters to spine. Binding is cracked at page 168 and 328 but binding still holding. Rear hinge has started. Externally, green boards are mottled. A good solid copy.
FOTHERINGHAY AND MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS. Being an Account, Historical and Descriptive, of Fotheringhay Castle, The Last Prison of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the Scene of Her Trial and Execution
London:Simpkin, Marshall, and Co. 1886. 1st edition. 232pp+4pp ads. Illustrated. Hardcover. Red decorated boards soiled and shelfworn with gilt still bright on cover and spine. Edge points gently bumped. Internally, a previous owners name is inked to the top of the title page, otherwise paper is slightly age toned but clean. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A very good copy.
London: John Lane, The Bodley Head. 1902. First Edition. Hardcover, no jacket. xxxviii+435pp. Top edge gilt. Heavily illustrated in b/w. Ex-library with numbering to spine, bookplate to front pastedown, and card/due date sticker on rear pastedown (never withdrawn!). Good+ condtion. Boards show significant wear and there is dust spotting to page edges. Front hinge cracked but holding securely. A bit of foxing here and there but generally clean. Fold out map is in fine shape. Overall a very satisfactory copy. The life and times of the 1st Duke of Monmouth. (cfm)
Containing the Report of Robert S. Hale, Agent and Counsel of The United States Before the Commission on Claims of Citizens of The United States Against Great Britain, and of Subjects of Her Britannic Majesty Against The United States, Under the Twelfth Article of the Treaty of May 8, 1871.... Washington:Government Printing Office. 1874. Illustrated with folding map. 424pp. Hardcover. Boards and spine strip sun faded, with wear to spine ends. Edge points still sharp. Page edges soiled. Internally, small library bookplate to inside front board and ink stamp to title page with no other marks found. Pages relatively clean with an occassional smudge or age spot scattered throughout. Color map has slight darkening along folds but otherwise clean, with just a small tear to margin where it attaches to book. The binding is tight and hinges intact. Overall, a very good copy.
[Ridgewood, NJ: Gregg Press Incorporated. 1965.] 136pp + errata. Hardcover, no jacket as issued. Gregg reprint of the ca.1536 Rome edition. Near Fine condition. Very light shelfwear and faint dust spotting to edges. We obtained this book directly from the publisher over fifty years ago, it has never been privately owned. By Reginald Pole, Archbishop of Canterbury on the subject of Henry VIII. (cfm)
THE NORTHERN HEIGHTS OF LONDON OR HISTORICAL ASSOCIATIONS OF HAMPSTEAD, HIGHGATE, MUSWELL HILL, HORNSLEY AND ISLINGTON
London:Longmans, Green, and Co. 1869. 1st edition. xxvi+590pp+2pp ads. Illustrated. Hardcover. Green blindstamped boards slightly soiled and shelfworn, with spine ends worn and edge points bumped. Gilt on spine still bright. Page edges soiled. Internally, end pages slightly age toned but otherwise clean, free of previous owners marks, signatures or foxing. The binding is tight and hinges intact but cracked at pages 208-/209 and 336/337.
[Toronto]; University of Toronto Press, . Hardcover with DJ. First Edition. xi+548pp. Very Good condition in a Very Good jacket, Jacket is price clipped but otherwise fully intact; a bit shelfworn with some grime and a rough top edge. Book itself is very good plus. Boards are clean and unbumped, with bright titling. Interior is age toned but is clean, unmarked, square and tight. "When the Lords rejected the Budget of Lloyd George on 30 November 1909 they provoked one of the most acute constitutional struggles in modern British history. This book is a study of the two critical elections of 1910 which provided the resolution to that controversy." (cfm)
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