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Hello, Mr. Twiddle

By Enid Blyton

First in the Mr. Twiddle series. Originally published by George Newnes this is a 1968 republication.


Famous Voyagers and Explorers

By Sarah Knowles Bolton

This book is in good condition for its age. Signs of shelf wear to the top and bottom of spine cover. Owners inscriptions on end papers and foxing to illustration tissue paper. Sadly the front cover is starting to come away from the main text,resulting in the contents page being loose, but the rest of the spine and pages remain in tact.


Christopher Wren

By Martin S. Briggs

Book is in good condition for its age. A bit of foxing to the fore edges. Spine and all pages, plates and illustrations clean and intact.


Little Grey Rabbit Goes to the North Pole

By Alison Uttley

Alison Uttley (1884-1976) Little Grey Rabbit series. Signs of shelf wear. Spine and pages clean and intact.


Fuzzypeg's Brother

By Alison Uttley

No.28 in the Fuzzypeg series by Alison Uttley (1884-1976). Fair copy of first edition. Signs of shelf wear to the edges. Owners inscription on end paper.


Well, Really Mr Twiddle!

By Enid Blyton

Reading copy. Yellowing to pages. Spine and pages in tact. Originally published in 1953 by George Newnes, this edition is a 1968 republication.


When We Were Young

By A.A.Milne

Sadly, this book has been very neglected. The DJ smells of damp, so presume the marks to the end boards has been caused by water damage. The spine and pages are all in tact. Good reading copy. 1954 55th reprint of the 1924 first edition.


The Old Man and the Sea

By Ernest Hemmingway

Shorter than a novel, longer than a short story, this tells the tale of a young boy, an old man and a giant fish. Set in the Gulf Stream off the coast of Havana. In effect the story is a tragedy but a tragedy that, at last emerges without grief into beauty. 1954 7th reprint of the 1952 first edition. DJ shows signs of shelf wear. Spine in tact. Slight foxing to the fore-edges. Pages clean and in tact.


The Edward Wrangham Collection of Japanese Art: Part IV

By Bonhams

Auction catalogue held at Bonham's New Bond Street, London. Auction of the Japanese art collection of Edward A. Wrangham O.B.E. (1928-2009). Edward ("Ted") was the great-great-grandson of William Wilberforce. Lots included art works from the Jomon, Yayoi, Kofun, Nara, Heian, Kamakura, Muromachi, Momoyama, Edo, Meiji, Taisho, Showa and Heisei periods.