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Quentin Blake. Very Good in Very Good jacket. Near Fine in Very Good Plus jacket The interior is pristine; the pages are clean and bright but have mellowed to a creamy yellow. The jacket has a wee bit of staining and a few tiny tears at the top, but is overall in extremely good condition. It is now covered by a mylar Brodart cover. A delightful copy.
Good. No Jacket. Hardcover. Very Good/None. First. An odd book of dreadful poems and wonderful illustrations. Self-published? I take it that the author was a leading citizen of Decatur. The boards are a bit stained, but the interior is excellent. The boards are now protected by a clear Mylar protector.
Description: Good in Good jacket. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. First. Is historical science fiction with sex thrown in a known genre? This looks like a great way to absorb some Colonial history. The jacket has some wrinkling at the top of the spine and the magenta color has flaked off in spots where it is folded over in front, but in all major respects this is a very nice copy. A mylar Brodart protects the jacket. read more
Description: Very Good in Very Good jacket. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. First. Oversize. Illustrations by the irrepressible Kevin Hawkes are always a delight. This volume is in excellent shape save for a large letter P stamped on the flyleaf. read more
Publisher: Manchester U. K. : Carcanet, 1991
Date published: 1991
Description: Very Good. Soft Cover. Near Fine/Wraps. None Stated. ISBN: 0-85635-870-3. Purports to be the work of a Chinese medical student (Hi-Lo), but it would appear that this is a conceit of Mr. Peck's. A lovely, clean copy. read more
Publisher: Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1882
Description: Good. No Jacket. Hard Cover. Good/None. First Thus. The original edition of Ballads was published by Ticknor and Fields in 1855. A publisher's footnote to this edition states: "Many other pieces are now added to the original collection made by the author in 1855, making it more complete than any other edtion either American or Foreign". Marvelous illustrations, which I assume are reprinted from the original, are interspersed among the verses, which are of a generally comical sort. The binding ... read more
Publisher: Univ of Michigan Pr, Ann Arbor MI
Date published: 1992
Description: Fine in Very Good jacket. Fine in Near Fine jacket A clean and pristine copy, with no signs of prior use. There is a tiny and insignificant amount ot edgewear to the jacket. Enjoy a hardcover copy at a paperback price! read more
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley, New York and London
Date published: 1993
Description: Susan Winter. Fine/Fine. 1564581969 A pristine copy, tight and crisp, with no signs of prior use or wear. Gift quality! The excellent jacket is protected by a mylar Brodart cover against future wear. Fast shipping, with tracking number supplied to all US customers. read more
Publisher: London: Macmillan and Co. Ltd. 1899
Date published: 1899
Description: Good/No Jacket. First British. Oversize. The book has been water-damaged, but survived intact; the boards are a bit scuffed and stained and the first two hundred pages (out of 552) show signs of exposure to water. The paper is of such excellent quality that there is no structural damage, and readability is in no way affected. The four fold-out maps are intact. There is some fraying at the top and bottom of the spine, but the binding is sound. read more