Good + in good + jacket. Octavo, pictorial boards, 47 pp. 8 color plates, 27 black and white illustrations. Medium edge wear on dust jacket. Light edge wear on cover. Foxing on back of dust jacket. Endpapers browned.
Very good in very good dust jacket. Not Library, collectible quality. 48pp. illus. (part col. ) ports. 23 cm. Britain in pictures Series No 130. The British people in pictures.. VERY GOOD Condition HARD COVER. Written by Denzil Batchelor, published by Collins, London, England, assumed first edition, 1948 printing, 48pp. Britain in Pictures Series No. 130. Not Remainder, Not Library. The text is like-new, it is clean and crisp with no noticeable tears, no highlighting, no stains, no marginal notes, no underlines, no dog-ears, no folds. The binding is very tight and the spine is solid. The dust jacket has very light rubbing and edgewear. The cover has minimal shelf/edgewear and the spine and all four corners are square. Excellent copy. ISBN: None. LCCN: None. Non-fiction; sports and recreation; pugilism; pugilist; Richard Humphries; James Figg; Ned Sutton; bare fists; Prize Ring; Jack Broughton; Jem Mace; Daniel Mendoza; Jem Belcher; Tom Cribb; Tom Spring; Deaf Burke; Gentleman Jackson; Randall; Turner; Blackfriars; Tom King; Len Harvey; Lonsdale Championship belt;
Very Good in Very Good jacket. First edition. Illustrated by Batchelor, Denzil. Very good in an about Very good dustwrapper. 8 plates in color and 27 illustrations in black and white. Some rubbing on dustwrapper spine along edges and ends. 1 inch tear at top of spine. Minor rubs/small chips along top edge of dustwrapper. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more detailed condition information.
Good in Good jacket. First edition. A good plus copy in a good plus dustwrapper. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more detailed condition information.
8vo. 47,  pp. 8 colour plates, 27 black & white illustrations. Colour-illustrated boards, w/ d.j. (slight shelfwear), NF/NF copy. First edition of No. 130 in the Britain in Pictures series, focusing on the origins and development of boxing from 1727 until after World War II.
Very Fine in Very Fine jacket. 8vo. Short Bibliography. Illustrated-8 color plates and 27 black and white drawings. There are 48 pages. Part of the "British in Pictures" series. THere are 48 pages. There is minor taning of the blank end papers. / The Dust Jacket is protected by a removable Mylar/Brpdart c; ear [; astoc cover.
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