London: Heinemann,, 1932. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the Youngman Carter dust jacket. Excellent copy in a very good dust jacket with minor wear and chips to the spine affecting the title. First edition, first impression. With the corrected text as usual.
London: William Heinemann. 1932. First edition. First edition. [the corrected state of text, as published]. Original black cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. An excellent near fine copy, the binding clean, square and tight. The contents are without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps, the text block with very light spotting to the text block edge. Complete with the original and correct first issue dustwrapper which is a little rubbed and creased to the extremities with several nicks, two small chips and tiny closed tears secured to the underside with tissue paper. Not price-clipped (7/6net to the front flap). A beautifully clean and bright example of the author's fourth novel. [Wobbe A5a.] Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.
Heinemann, 1932 First edition (but second issue with text corrected to accomodate V. S. Prichett, as in almost all copies). London, Heinemann, 1932. First Published 1932 stated on copyright page. Original price of 7/6 still on front flap of dust jacket. Very good in a very good dust jacket with a few minor chips but with colorful illustration on front panel vibrant and complete. Comes in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good.
London: Heinemann, 1932. A political agitator, a cat burglar, a chorus girl, the junior partner of a Jewish firm of currant importers, a woman reporter, a frontier guard and a popular novelist, are among the dramatis personae in Mr Green'e novel. 307pp. Book Society ex libris bookplate to front pastedown. Unclipped dustjacket with light edgewear, soiled to back cover.. First Edition Second Issue. Cloth, Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 190x130mm.
London: William Heinemann Ltd. 1932, 1st Edition. () 4p.l.,307pp. Very good, no dust jacket. 12 mo in original black cloth. Boards are lightly rubbed. Gilt lettering on spine with bumping to the ends of the spine and corners. Publishers Icon blindstamped on back cover. Some scattered foxing within text block (several pages have some darkening near the spine). A very nice copy. One of Greene's early works that was made into the film 'The Orient Express.'..
William Heinemann, London 1932. 1st ed., first printing, second state, with the changes necessitated by J.B. Priestley's threat of a libel action. A clean unmarked copy in the publisher's black cloth, lettered gilt on the spine, now with just a hint of wear to the corners and slight puckering to the spine extremities. Wobbe A5a
London: Heinemann, 1932. First edition. 1 vols. 8vo. Black cloth. Some light foxing, otherwise a very good copy. First edition. 1 vols. 8vo. One of Greene's best, published in America as "Orient Express"-- not to be confused with Agatha Christie's train.
London: William Heinemann. 1932., 1932. First edition. Octavo, pp. 307. Bound in recent red half calf over black cloth, raised bands and gilt titles to spine. Publisher's cloth spine tipped in to rear endpapers. Some occasional very light spotting to the edges and throughout the textblock, a very smart copy.
London: William Heinemann, 1932 Greene, Graham. STAMBOUL TRAIN. London: William Heinemann, 1932. Unfaded gilt lettered black cloth over boards. Crown 8vo., 307pp. First Edition - Second issue with the correction to Quin Savory from Q. C. Savory. A near fine example, two faint tape shadows on each endpaper. A nice copy lacking the dustwrapper. Wobbe A5a.. 1st Edition.
London: William Heinemann. 1932., 1932. First edition, corrected state as usual. Octavo, pp. 307. Half bound in recent green calf over green cloth boards, original publisher's cloth spine and rear cover affixed to rear endpapers. Some spotting to prelims; overall a near-fine copy. One of Greene's lighter novels, in which the lives of passengers aboard the Orient Express from Ostend to Istanbul become intertwined over the course of the journey.
William Heinemann Ltd., 1932., 1932. FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp. 307. Recently bound in half calf over navy cloth boards, without design or title on front or back cover, title and author's name in direct gold lettering to spine. Light brown stains on several pages. Text block very slightly spotted externally, pages bright. A volume in excellent condition from celebrated English author, playwright and journalist, Graham Greene. Greene is one of the most extensively read British authors of the 20th century, and Stamboul Train is a particularly captivating spy thriller set aboard the splendid Orient Express, as it travels through Europe from Ostend to Constantinople. Neatly presented.
London: William Heinemann. 1932. First edition. First edition. Original black cloth with gilt titles to the spine, no dustwrapper. A lovely near fine copy, the boards clean and fresh and the gilt title entirely unworn. The contents are complete and without inscriptions or stamps, the text block edges are a little spotted. An excellent copy. The corrected issue, as usual, with Q. C. Savory changed to Quin Savory on page 78. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.
London: William Heinemann, 1932. Second Issue as denoted by 'Quin Savory' on p.78. Cocked, lightly rubbed with small tear to rear hinge, front gutter cracked, ex libris plate to ffep, pp clean and tidy.. First Edition. Cloth. Good Minus/No Jacket. 12mo.
Heinemann, 1932 A first edition, first printing published by 1932. A good copy with an owner's inscription to the front pastedown. Wear to the edges and corners and creasing to the spine. Some rubbed patches to the edges, corners. Hinges are cracked.
London: Heinemann. G : in good condition without dust jacket. Light edgewear and beginnings of split at head of spine. Rear internal hinge starting. Foxing to eps and edges. 1932. First Edition. Black hardback cloth cover. 190mm x 130mm (7" x 5"). 307pp. .
London: William Heinemann, 1932. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good. First Edition, second issue with "Quin Savory" on page 78. Wobbe A5a. Spine slightly leaning and a faded a bit; small stains to front cover; some edge wear and rubbing, foxing to page edges and occasionally throughout; front hinge weakening.
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