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The Far Side of the World
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The Far Side of the World

by O'Brian, Patrick

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Collins. First edition published by Collins in 1984. This is a near fine copy. The Arthur Barbosa jacket is in presentable condition. It has been price clipped with the publishers price sticker present. There are a couple of creases to the laminate on the front panel and the spine is a hint of a shade lighter. The pages of the book are toned but overall the book is excellent. The binding and pages are square and the boards are in great shape. Overall a collectible copy of the 10th Jack Aubrey Adventure.  . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1984.
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Felix Holt
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Felix Holt

by Eliot, George

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William Blackwood & Sons. Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1866 8vo., 3 vols; original brick red publisher's cloth, blindstamped with decorative borders in blind to both boards; lettered and decorated in gilt along backstrips; pale yellow endpapers; pp. [v], 2-303, [i]; [v], 2-290, [v], 2-283, [ii], [2-4, ads]; boards a little scuffed and rubbed, particularly edges and spine tips; some of the gutters cracked, but firm, the odd spot and pencil mark to prelims; one or two corner creases; complete with all three half-titles; perhaps slightly toned in places, but a very uptogether set. First edition, first issue, in triple decker format. Carter's rare and most desirable 'D' binding, considered the most superior by the publisher and "uniform in style with Adam Bede, Silas Mariner, and The Mill on the Floss". Set during the first Reform Act of 1832, Eliot's socio-political novel follows an election contested by a local landowner, Harold Transome, and the radical Felix Holt. Both soon battle… Read More
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First Up Everest
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First Up Everest

by Briggs, Raymond

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Hamish Hamilton. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1969 4to., pictorial boards illustrated by Briggs showing two men in breathing apparatus; rear board with portrait illustration of Hillary and Norgay, their respective flags beneath; in the repeat dust wrapper (15s net); unpaginated [pp.xl]; illustrated throughout by Briggs, with stunning full and double-page illustrations, alternately in monochrome and full colour; a near-fine copy, spine ends lightly bumped and sunned; glue residue to rear paste-down; the clean and bright jacket with minimal sunning along spine, and creasing/rubbing to folds. First edition. One of the most difficult books in the series True Accounts of Great Events in Human Achievement, illustrated by Briggs. Other works in the series include Shackleton's Epic Voyage and Richthofen The Red Baron. The remarkable story of Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, who successfully scaled the world's highest peak on May 29th 1953. Ascending the 29002 feet over a period of 16 days, the pair took the… Read More
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For Whom the Bell Tolls
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For Whom the Bell Tolls

by Hemingway, Ernest

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Jonathan Cape. First UK edition published by Jonathan Cape in 1941. This is a near fine copy. The Tisdall jacket has not been price clipped displaying 9s. 0d. net on the inside flap. There are no tears, chips or loss. There is only light wear to the upper spine end and upper edge. The blue cloth boards are in great shape with straight corners and edges. There are a couple of browning patches to the end papers otherwise the pages are clean and without marks. There are no previous owner's inscriptions. Overall it is a highly collectible copy.  Hemingway's Spanish civil war novel, and highly acclaimed. It was listed in the BBC's 100 most inspiring novels and La Mondes 100 books of the twentieth century recently.  . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1941.
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Four Fantastic Stories
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Four Fantastic Stories

by Walpole, Hugh; Whistler, Rex

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Macmillan and Co. London: Macmillan and Co. Limited, 1932 8vo., forest green publisher's boards, ruled and with central device in blind to upper board; spine ruled and lettered in gilt; upper edge green; complete in the rather wonderful dust jacket designed by Rex Whistler (7s. 6d. net); pp. [iv], v-xiv, 923, [i], [6, ads.]; with title vignette also by the artist; a fantastic, and bright copy, near-fine, with light compression to spine tips and very minor portion where the upper edge stain has bled onto the outer edge; the dust jacket also in near-fine condition, save for a couple of creases and two small closed tears to the spine.   First edition.  From the opening lines of the first short story, "The gray twilight gives to the long, pale stretches of sand the sense of something strangely unreal", Walpole's collection of these three enigmatic tales present the reader with mystery, intrigue, and a touch of the macabre. The four stories included are Maradick… Read More
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