8vo. Publisher's brown cloth, gilt titles to spine, gilt stamped crown and initials "M.R." to upper board. Very good. Part of the History Library Churchill built up whilst writing his 'History of the English Speaking People', with his ex-libris pasted to inner upper board. Subsequently from his son and biographer's Library, Randolph S. Churchill, whose ex-libris is pasted above his father's. Altogether an unusual item.
Contemporary tan quarter calf, marbled boards and end-papers. 500pp. With folding map and 92 plates. Small waterstains to upper corners throughout, affecting edge of first few leaves of text and corner of some plates. Otherwise very good. From the Series L'Univers. Histoire et Description de Tous les Peuples.
Description: 8vo. SIGNED inscription by the author: For Brother Savage-Douglas Reeman, 1973. Bookplate of The Savage Club, of which Reeman was a member. Fine in like dustwrapper. Naval Fiction. FIRST EDITION. read more
Publisher: London, Anthony Blond, 1959
Description: 8vp. Publisher's cloth. A little dusty else near fine in like wrapper. No inscriptions or price-clipping. A crisp bright copy with unfaded red colouring to spine. FIRST EDITION. Author's first book. read more
Publisher: London, George Allen and Unwin Ltd. 1956
Description: 8vo. Publisher's black cloth, discreet bookseller's sticker, light spotting to top edge, else Fine. In Near Fine dustwrapper, spine a touch sunned, with minor edge wear, price-clipped. FIRST EDITION. read more