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Tiger Roan

By Balch, Glenn

New York, NY, USA: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1938. Sixteenth Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good but Torn and Price Clipped. Lee Townsend. The bright orange boards have black lettering and graphics. There are illustrations by Lee Townsend and 236 pages. The dust jacket is price clipped and has seven tears to 2 cm and is in a broadart cover now.


The Iron

By Clarke, Mary Cowden

New York, NY, USA: D. Appleton and Company, 1882. First Edition. Hardcover. Fair. Brown cloth with short tears at top and base of spine to 1 cm. The front hinge is torn as well but the webbing is intact and free or add page is missing from the end of book. There are four pages of adds and 511 pages of text and the have light foxing.


A Search For America The Odyssey Of An Immigrant

By Grove, Frederick Philip

Toronto, ON, Canada: The Ryerson Press, 1939. Fourth edition. Hardcover. Very Good Minus/Good Plus, but Torn. The burgundy boards have embossed gilt letters and graphics, with a 3 cm square damp stain on inner corner of front board. There are maps for end papers and previous owners name second free page. There is light foxing throughout and 392 pages. The dust jacket has a tear three quarters along the edge of the front flap and a 1 cm chip at top of spine.


The Mystery Of The Hansom Cab

By Hume, Fergus W.

Chicago, IL, USA: M. A. Donohue, 1930 c. Second Edition or later. Hardcover. Good. Blue boards with gilt letters and red graphics, no date of publication c 1930's. The previous owners name front free page, with foxing throughout. The top and base of have light wear, with 240 pages.


Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

By Khayyam, Omar; Fitzgerald, Edward, (translated by)

London, United Kingdom: A. & C. Black, 1922. A New Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. James Gilbert. The unbumped corners of the cream colour boards have blue and black letters and graphics. New Edition, Square with eight illustrations in colour. Previous owners name front free page. Book is very clean with light foxing on endpages, 135 pages. The dust jacket has a 1 cm and 2 cm chips at top and base of spine, there is also a angled 4 cm by 2 cm chip at top of rear panel. There are five tears to 3 cm.


The Day Of The Jackal

By Forsyth, Frederick

London, United Kingdom: Hutchinson Of London, 1971. First Edition, Fourth Impression. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good Minus, price-clipped and torn. Red unbumped boards with gilt letters, previous owners name front free page. The price clipped dust jacket has eight tears to 3 cm and is in a broadart cover.


The Indiscretion of Lady Usher

By Anonymous (By The Author of "The Diary Of My Honeymoon")

New York, NY, USA: Macaulay Company, 1913. First edition. Hardcover. Good. Blue embossed boards with white letters and graphics, the white has almost come off the spine but the front board is bright. The book is in very good condition other than the last six pages were never sewn into the book, they are present and in place. Pages 316 and one page of adds.


Death in Mermaid Lane

By Lane, Gret

London, United Kingdom: Herbert Jenkins Limited, 1940. First printing. Hardcover. Fair. Orange boards with black letters. There is a 3 cm tear at top of spine and a 2 cm tear at base. The front and rear hinge are strong, two stamps on front endpapers, the first is Canadian Auxilary Services on endpage and a second on free page. FIRST EDITION. There are 282 pages and 6 pages of adds.


Collected Works (Poirot's Early Cases; Postern Of Fate)

By Christie, Agatha

Scarborough, ON, Canada: Omniprose, 1979. First edition thus. Hardcover. Very Good. Reynard Schmid. Red boards gilt letters and graphics, the corners are not bumped. There are no marks to book or text, 498 pages.


The Smoking Flax

By Stead, Robert

Toronto, ON, Canada: McClelland and Stewart Limited, 1924. First Canadian edition. Hardcover. Very Good. The red boards have embossed black letters. Gifted front free page with foxing throughout, 301 pages.



By Alcott, Louisa M.

Boston, MA, USA: Loring, 1864. First American edition. Hardcover. Fair. Green cloth boards with gilt lettering and graphics. FIRST EDITION. The brown endpapers are all present and have no cracks or tears. The base of spine has two 1 cm tears and corners are rubbed. The second free page is missing with some edge remains. The double frontis and tissue are present with previous owners name on back of illustration. The book has 297 pages and 6 pages of adds. The book is good other than the missing free page.


Temple Tower

By McNeile, H. C.

Garden City, NY, USA: Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc., 1934. Second or later edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Black boards gilt and red letters and graphics, light foxing throughout, 319 pages.


The Head Of Kay's

By Wodehouse, P. G.

London, United Kingdom: A. & C. Black, 1923. Third Printing. Hardcover. Good. Red boards black letters and graphics. The book has a chip on page 145 it is 3X3cm at base of page, the page was uncut. The book is very good other than the chip, 280 pages.


The Right of Way

By Parker, Gilbert

New York, NY, USA: Harper & Brothers, 1901. First American edition. Hardcover. Very Good. A. I. Keller. The green boards have gilt letters and graphics. Previous owners name on front endpage. The hinges are strong and the frontis tisue is present. First edition same date on title page and copyright page.


Sackcloth and Scarlet

By Gibbs, George

Toronto, ON, Canada: George J. McLeod Limited, 1924. First Canadian edition. Hardcover. Good. Red cloth boards with guilt letters. There are three one cm tears, two at base of spine and one at top. FIRST CANADIAN EDITION, a (1) on last page and 1924 on title and copyright page. Pages 331.


The British Novelists; Comprising Every Work Of Acknowledged Merit Which Is Usually Classed Under The Denomination Of Novels. Accompanied With Biographical Sketches Of Authors, and A Critical Preface to Each Work By William Mudford Volume V Containing Amelia-Joseph Andrew-And Journey From This World To The Next

By Fielding, Henry And preface by William Mudford

London, United Kingdom: The Proprietors, 1817. First edition thus. Half Leather-bound with leather corners. Fair. Half leather-bound with leather corners, marbled boards and end papers. The leather have light wear , the marbled paper boards are worn at the top and base. the marbled end papers are present and the hinges are strong. There is foxing throughout some spot are heavy, the illustration have been removed. Weight over one pound.


No Thought For Tomorrow The Story Of A Northern Nurse

By Jowett, Cecilia

Toronto, ON, Canada: Ryerson Press, 1954. First Canadian Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good Minus, price-clipped and torn. The boards are yellow with black letters. There are some illustration and no marks. The dust jacket has three chips to one cm and a five cm tear. FIRST EDITION. Pages 104.


The Second Mrs. Jim

By Conrad, Stephen

Toronto, ON, Canada: Langton & Hall, Limited, 1904. First Canadian edition. Hardcover. Good. Grey boards with guilt letters, the graphics are blue, white and black. Previous owners bookplate on front end paper with numbers & letters on next page. The rear hinge is cracked with webbing intact. Pages 164.


The Man Who Knew Too Much And Other Stories

By Chesterton, G. K.

London, United Kingdom: Cassell, 1922. Second Printing. Hardcover. Fair. Green boards blue letters reprint November 1922, same month as first printing. The Front Free Page is missing there fore a fair rating and there is light foxing through out. Pages 308.


X Marks The Dot

By Stafford, Muriel

New York, NY, USA: Duell, Sloan, & Pearce, 1943. First American edition. Hardcover. Very Good Minus/Very Good, but chipped, torn and price clipped. Blue boards with red letters with a 1 cm tear mid spine. Previous owner's name on front free page. The price clipped dust jacket has tears to 2 cm and chips at top and base of spine. Pages 245.


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