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The War Memoirs (With a signed card from the author and his wife)
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The War Memoirs (With a signed card from the author and his wife)

by George, David Lloyd

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Ivor Nicholson & Watson. GEORGE, David Lloyd  The War Memoirs of David Lloyd George London: Ivor Nicholson & Watson, 1933-1936 8vo., 6 vols; publisher's blue cloth lettered in gilt to spine, with author's facsimile signature in gilt to upper board; top edge stained blue; in the original unclipped dust jackets (21/- net.) featuring a photograph taken by Howard Coster; errata slips in vols I as called for; together with numerous captioned plates on glossy paper; frontispieces featuring illustrations taken from Punch, Wartime advertisements, and other sources; cloth occasionally scuffed, with some compression to spine ends; spotting to outer edge and gutters of prelims; endpapers occasionally browned and offset; some rubbing to ffep of Vol II resulting in some abrasion; lovely condition overall,  very good in the scarce original dust jackets which are creased and chipped to edges with some closed tears and loss, particularly to spine tips; Vol II in particularly good… Read More
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Ross Poldark
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Ross Poldark

by Graham, Winston

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Ward, Lock & Co.. London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Limited, 1945 8vo., salmon pink publisher's cloth, backstrip lettered in black; in the original unclipped pictorial dust jacket (8/6 net), with wraparound image showing a view of Cornwall; pp. [iv], 5-352; a very good copy, corners bumped; spine sunned; internally very good with the odd spot and near-contemporary ownership name and date to the front paste-down; the totally unrestored jacket very good, backstrip sunned, general shelf wear and browning, with creasing along folds and upper edge, edges a little rubbed, with small nicks and chips to head of spine. First edition, on wartime economy paper. The first book in the Poldark series "which started it all". Graham had moved to Cornwall in 1925 and, as an aspiring writer, was highly influenced by the landscape around him. He spent the next 34 years in the county, and it was there that he began writing the series for which he would become famous. In 1939 he married, and his wife became the… Read More
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Warleggan
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Warleggan

by Graham, Winston

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Ward, Lock & Co.. London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., 1953 8vo., dark red cloth lettered in gilt to spine; in the original pictorial dust jacket (clipped), showing a windswept Demelza in front of an open window; endpaper maps; pp. [viii], 9-351, [i]; a very good copy with slight shelf lean; a little bubbling to the boards, and the odd spot to endpapers; contemporary ownership inscription to verso of ffep; the very good, unrestored jacket creased and rubbed to edges and along folds, resulting in a couple of small holes to the lower fold; lightly sunned to spine with some shelf marks to the lower panel. First edition of the fourth Poldark novel, the striking dust jacket artwork purportedly by Arthur Shilstone, who had originally provided the same artwork for the American edition of Demelza. Warleggan continues elaborating on the lives of the Poldark family, including marriages, deaths and the peaks and troughs of various relationships in the wake of the French Revolution. Covering the year between… Read More
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The Beth Book
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The Beth Book

by Grand, Sarah

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William Heinemann. London: William Heinemann, 1898 8vo., original olive-green cloth, blocked in gilt with title and floral motif to upper board, and lettered along spine; outer edge untrimmed; pp. [ix], 2-527, [xli]; boards a little worn, particularly to the edge of the cloth; sunned along spine, which is also creased; a little shaky in the binding, which is cracked to gutter, some pages a little loose, but holding; for the most part very clean, internally, save for a previous owner's name in ink to title, who has also dashed through the page; occasionally light staining and marking, more so to the first and last few pages; the odd corner crease.  First edition, with the lengthy publisher's catalogue intact to rear.  An interesting example of early 19th century feminist literature. Sarah Grand is the pseudonym for Frances Clarke, the novelist and women's rights campaigner who published a series of books on the theme of women's suffrage and who went on to become… Read More
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The Tin Drum (Signed)
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The Tin Drum (Signed)

by Grass, Gunter

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London: Secker & Warburg. FIRST UK EDITION. The book has mild pushing to spine tips and a small single penned name to upper front paste down. Bright crimson unfaded top stain. The wrapper has a little soiling to the rear cover with a very small chip to upper edge of rear cover. Light browning to spine. Overall a near fine copy. This one is particularly rare as it is signed by the author without dedication to the title page.  The novel is the first book of Grass's Danziger Trilogie (Danzig Trilogy). It is widely regarded as the author's masterpiece. Adapted to the big screen in 1979 to critical acclaim. This title is particularly rare to find signed.   . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1962.
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Back
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by Green, Henry

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The Hogarth Press. London: The Hogarth Press (1946). 8vo., slate grey cloth boards, decorated with gilt lettering to the spine, with the original dust jacket; pp. 208; A near fine copy. The jacket hasn't been price clipped displaying the correct price of 8s 6d. net. There is a triffling amount of wear to the top of the spine, otherwise the Venessa Bell designed jacket has very little handling wear at all. The book has a small previous booksellers sticker to the lower inside board.  The first UK edition of the author's seventh novel about a man's experiences in dealing with change after being released from prison. According to Woolmer 5000 copies were printed. An excellent copy. [Woolmer 522]  . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1946.
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Our Man in Havana
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Our Man in Havana

by Greene, Graham

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Heinemann. London: Heinemann (1958). First edition.  8vo., blue cloth boards, gilt lettering to the spine, with the original dust jacket; pp. [viii] 3-273 [i]; A very good copy. The Donald Green jacket hasn't been price clipped. There is light edgewear and three small tears to the spine ends and a corner. The bottom of the lower panel is creased. The lower panel has some light browning marks.  The author's pot shot at the intelligence agencies, set in Cuba during the Batista regime and with the cold war as the backdrop. Greene's comedy was made into a film in 1959 starring Alex Guinness as the vacuum salesman turned spy.    . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1958.
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The Bear Fell Free
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The Bear Fell Free

by Greene, Graham

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Grayson & Grayson. First edition part of the Grayson Books - a series of limited editions. This being 26 of 285, signed by the author. Published by Grayson & Grayson in 1935. This is a very good or better copy. The dust wrapper is not clipped and is complete. The spine is toned and there is mild wear to the extremities. The boards are a tad bowed which seems to be a common flaw with this book. There is a small booksellers label to the inside board. There is very occasional and light foxing marks to a couple of pages. A rare signed book by Graham Greene, and was number 11 out of 12 in the series edited by John Hackney that also included authors H.E Bates and James Hanley.   . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1935.
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The Diary of a Nobody (with a signed letter from George Grossmith)
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The Diary of a Nobody (with a signed letter from George Grossmith)

by Grossmith, George; Grossmith, Weedon

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J.W. Arrowsmith. GROSSMITH, George & Weedon; [Weedon GROSSMITH, Illus.] The Diary of a Nobody  Bristol: J. W. Arrowsmith / London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co. Limited, 1892.  8vo., burnt-orange cloth blocked in blue and black to upper cover and spine, which is additionally lettered in gilt (publisher's device gilt to foot); pp. [vii], vi-viii, [v], 14- 300, [ii, ads, stretching on to rear paste-down]; proliferated throughout with charming in-text and full page captioned illustrations by Weedon Grossmith; boards in very good condition, slightly scuffed to edges, with upper edge a little dust soiled; endpapers browned; a few light spots throughout, a couple of previous markings in pencil to prelims (3/6, etc.) but else very good, in far superior condition to those often found. Provenance: Bookseller sticker of E. S. Fowler to the gutter of the front paste-down.  First edition thus, Volume XI in Arrowsmith's Three & Sixpenny series, originally… Read More
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Afterlives
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Afterlives

by Gurnah, Abdulrazak

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Bloomsbury. London: Bloomsbury (2020). 8vo., lemon cloth boards, decorated with blue lettering to the spine, with the original dust jacket; pp. [iv] 276 [iv]; A fine copy, both the book and jacket are in as new condition. The jacket hasn't been price clipped.  The nobel Laureate's most recent and acclaimed novel about colonialism and conflict at the beginning on the 20th century.  . Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 2020.
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