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The Trail that is Always New
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The Trail that is Always New

By Willoughby P Lowe:

London. Gurney & Jackson 1932. Author signed first edition. With a portrait frontispiece,35 b&w illustrations & 16 in the text. pp xviii 271. Hard cover in blue cloth gilt.Very small (tea?) stain to the top of frontis & title page otherwise a very good copy in a rather torn dust jacket. Signed without dedication on title page.


In Siberia
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In Siberia

By Thubron, Colin:

London: Chatto and Windus,1999.ISBN 1 85619 798 0 Author signed first edition,first issue.With end-paper maps.pp 287.Hard cover in blue cloth gilt.A near fine copy in a near fine unclipped dust jacket that is in a clear protective sleeve & still has the publishers mast head with "signed by author" to its spine.Signed without dedication on title page.


The Geography of the Globe,Containing a Description of its Several Divisions of Land and Water, To which are added, Problems on the Terrestial and Celestial Globes, and a Series of Questions for Examination: Designed for the use of Schools

By Butler, John Olding:

London.Simpkin,Marshall & Co.,Whittaker & Co.,& Hall,Virtue & Co.1855. Tenth edition,corrected to the present time.With alterations & additions by J.Rowbotham.pp viii 360.Hard cover,in contemporary black leather with gilt titles on spine.Printed end-papers advertising "educational works".The bottom front edge of the spine has split for 7 cm & the edges are rubbed.The contents are fairly clean with some old owner names & addresses at the front pages.Text block is firm in its binding.The pages end on p 360,"questions and exercises" & it is likely that a few may be missing after that.Still this is an uncommon title & is sold as good only.


Reminiscences and Reveries of a Wanderer

By Wanderer, A:

London.Houghton & Scott-Snell, no date c.1928 2 volumes,first editions.With a large folding route map in each volume. Vol 1;pp ix 287 & Vol.2;pp 224.Hard covers,green cloth.A very good set in dust jackets that have missing pieces to their spines & edges.This has caused some light fading to the cloth spines,where the jackets are torn. This apart very well preserved copies.The author travelled around the World,quite often with little money & not as a tourist.Born in India of English parents his journey starts from there & ends in England at the port of Liverpool.