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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.


A Gentleman Of Leisure. A Novel.

By Fawcett, Edgar

Toronto, ON, Canada: Rose-Bedford Publishing Company, 1881. First edition thus. Hardcover. Good Plus. Green boards with guilt letters and graphics. Green end papers that have a light damp stain mark. Boards are not marked and hinges are strong. Reprinted from the sixth American edition. Pages 194.


The Amazing Schoolmaster

By Campbell, R. W.

London, United Kingdom: Cecil Palmer, 1922. First UK edition. Hardcover. Good. The Infant Department. Green boards black letters and graphics, there is a slight slope to spine. FIRST EDITION. There are some illustrations and light foxing through out. The rear hinge is half cracked with webbing intact. Pages 307.


The Case Of The Counterfeit Eye

By Gardner, Erle Stanley

New York, NY, USA: Grosset & Dunlap, 1935. First edition thus. Hardcover. Good/Good. Black boards with red letters and top stain, shelf wear to edge of board. Page 91 has a 3 inch tear, foxing through out. The dust jacket has a half inch chip along the top edge to rear panel, other short tears and shelf wear. Pages 304.


The Man In Button Boots

By Gilbert, Anthony

London, United Kingdom: The Crime Club Ltd. by W. Collins Sons & Co., 1934. First edition. Hardcover. Good Plus. Orange boards black letters, broken threads at base of spine. Previous owner's stamp and signature on front end paper. Light foxing throughout. Pages 284 and 4 pages of adds.


Hope On, Hope Ever!

By Howitt, Mary

London, United Kingdom: Thomas Tegg, 1844. Third edition. Hardcover. Fair. Brown boards with a one cm tear at base of hinge on rear board. The front free page is missing other wise very good and light foxing throughout. Pages 212.


The Handicap

By Knowles, Robert E. , SIGNED

New York, NY, USA: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1910. First edition, signed by author. Hardcover. Very Good. Brown boards with very light shelf wear. Picture of author tipped in on front end paper, SIGNED by author on front free page. FIRST EDITION with light foxing throughout. Pages 386.


The History Of Charles Grandison, In A Series of Letters. The Seven Volumes Comprised In One

By Richardson, Samuel

London, United Kingdom: Sharpe and Hailes, 1812. First edition thus. Full leather. Poor. The full leather boards are taped at spine and onto front and read board, the top and bottom third of the leather spine is missing. The front and rear hinges are torn, the front still attached with ribbing strings. Marbled page edges and end papers all pages present. Poor condition. Pages 664.


To The Last Man

By Grey, Zane

Toronto, ON, Canada: Hodder and Stoughton Limited and the Musson Book Company Limited, 1921. First Canadian edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good Minus. Frank Spraldlng. The yellow cloth boards have a silhouetted rifleman on front cover, very light wear. The front free age has the previous owners names in pencil and pencil crayon. The rear free page has a 2cm tear mid page. The dust jacket has chips at top and base of spine and on front panel. Pages 311.


The Sword Maker

By Barr, Robert

Toronto, ON, Canada: McLeod & Allen, 1910. First Canadian edition. Hardcover. Fair. The corners and base of spine are worn. The front hinge is half cracked and the rear fully cracked. FIRST CANADIAN EDITION June 1910 FAS on copyright page. Pages 395.


The Bit O' Writin'

By Banin, Michael

New York, NY, USA: D. & J. Sadlier, 1885. A New Edition. Hardcover. Good. The green cloth boards have a gilt harp on spine with gilt lettering and graphics. The top and base of spine have short tears and the corners are starting to fray. 'A New Edition, with Introduction and Notes' on title page. Light foxing throughout. Pages 406.


The Winter Family. A Novel
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The Winter Family. A Novel

By Jackman, Clifford

Toronto, ON, Canada: Random House Canada, 2015. First Canadian edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Inscribed by author on front free page. FIRST EDITION. The corners are not bumped. The dust jacket is not price clipped and has no tears. Pages 332. Weight over one pound.


James Bond Encyclopedia
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James Bond Encyclopedia

By Cork, John and Stutz, Collin

New York, NY, USA: DK Publishing, 2009. Third edition, Revised. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good Plus. The boards have a light bump to base of spine. Many B&W and color illustrations. The dust jacket is not price clipped and no surface wear. Pages 335. Weight over one Pound.


Frog Music

By Donoghue, Emma

Toronto, ON, Canada: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd., 2014. First Canadian edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. White boards with red lettering on spine. FIRST EDITION. Signed on title page by author. The dust jacket is not price clipped and has no tears. Over one pound. Pages 405.


Back Away From The Stove

By Wenner, Sim

Garden City, NY, USA: Doubleday & Company, 1960. First American edition. Hardcover. Very Good. John Huehnergarth. Green cloth boards with gilt letters on spine. First American Edition. The corners are not bumped some illustrations. Pages 256.


Sea King Barnegat

By Smith, Russell D.

New York, NY, USA: Duffield & Company, 1919. Second edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Red cloth boards,gilt embossed lettering.Dated 1918 on copyight page and 1919 on title page. Previous owners signature on FFP, very light selfwear and a bright cover,light foxing thoughtout. Pages 294.


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