Sign In | Register
Aintree: Grand Nationals -- Past and Present by  Paul BROWN - First Edition - 1930 - from Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts, ABAA and Biblio.co.uk

Aintree: Grand Nationals -- Past and Present

by BROWN, Paul

Condition: See description


New York: The Derrydale Press, 1930. Hardcover. Introduction by Henry G. Vaughan. 4to. Burgundy cloth with gilt lettering and decoration. xxi, 191pp. Frontispiece, line drawings, illustrations. Very good. Mild binding edgewear and slightly bumped corners, with front board typically "flecked." A tight, nice first edition of this history of the famed English steeplechase race, containing Brown's many and superb drawings, limited to 850 copies. Like every Derrydale title, a lovely production.



Categories


Reviews

Review this book (Want a chance to win $50? Log-in or create an account first!) (You'll be automatically entered for a chance to win $50!)



Help & frequently asked questions


Glossary

Some terminology that may be used in this description includes:
First Edition
In collecting, the first edition is the earliest published form of a book. A book may have more than one first edition in cases ...[more]
gilt
The decorative application of gold or gold coloring to a portion of a book on the spine, edges of the text block, or an inlay in...[more]
tight
Used to mean that the binding of a book has not been overly loosened by frequent use....[more]
Cloth
"Cloth-bound" generally refers to a hardcover book with cloth covering the outside of the book covers.The cloth is stretched ove...[more]
G
Good describes the average used and worn book that has all pages or leaves present. Any defects must be noted. (as defined ...[more]

$200.00

$5.00 shipping to USA

More shipping options >




Books on NYC

Collecting Books on NYC

This gallery is dedicated to some of the best fiction and nonfiction portraying one of the greatest cities in the world. We Heart NYC!  Enjoy browsing these books on New York City.

Collecting Bookmarks

Using and Collecting Bookmarks

Bern Marcowitz warns against paperclips and other inappropriate page-savers, and offers a bit of advice on using and collecting bookmarks.


Trustpilot