[ANON]. The Infidel Class; or, the Second Part of the Story of Archibald Thompson. 107pp. Interior: Browning to endpapers, light foxing in places throughout. Binding: Contemporary quarter straight grain Morocco, with marbled boards (some wear, corners bumped). 12 mo. (Size). Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union [No date c.1835].
GROSS, Alexander. The Ideal Guide To London For Visitors and Londoners Complete Revised Edition With Maps of Cinemaland Theatreland, Central London & Underground Railway. 80pp. Interior: Age toning, some tearing to last few pages with loss to blank margins-not affecting text. Binding: Publisher’s pink wrappers (staples rusted, some staining and creases). 12mo. (Size). Geographers’ map Co., LTD., [no date c. 1947].
[ANON]. Abbey of Blessed Mary of Dene [,] Flaxley. 8pp. (With 4pp: Monochrome photographic plates). Interior: generally clean, pages lightly age toned. Binding: Cream wrappers with armorial crest in gilt and red, wrappers lettered in red. (Light soiling, creasing to edges, staples rusting a little). 8vo. [No place]: [Flaxley Abbey], [no date. c.early/mid 20th century].
[ANON]. London Old & New. Thackeray & Kingsley Hotels. 32pp. Interior: generally clean with some light marks. Binding: Publisher’s green pictorial wrappers (light rubbing, some marks/minor chipping). Small 8vo. [London]: [Kingsley and Thackeray Hotels], [no date, c.1928].
RARE AMERICAN ANTI-ALCOHOL RELATED PAMPHLET. [c.1840’s]. [CHEEVER, George Barrell, (1807-90)]. The Dream: Or The True History of Deacon Giles’s Distillery, and Deacon Jones’s Brewery. Reported for the Benefit of Posterity. “It was a Dream, yet not all a dream”. Folding frontispiece illustration, numerous woodcut engravings within the text. Interior: light soiling, light soiling, spotting. Binding: Original yellow wrappers. (Binding frail, text block hanging by a thread in places, wrappers detached, some chipping and tearing with loss, soiling). 32pp. 8vo. New York and Boston: Printed For the Publisher’s. [no date c. 1843-48].
WILLIAMSON, John. Health and Success In Business: How Lost: How Recovered. A Personal Experience. Addressed To Business Men. By A Business Man. Monochrome photographic frontispiece, (presumably of the author?). (Title page detached, first few pages loose, occasional marks, browning and spotting). Publisher’s dark red cloth, lettered in silver (some wear, staining). Includes the 8pp. (With two plates) supplement bound in at the rear: “Dyspepsia: Its Cure, and How it is Applied. Being a Supplement to “Health and Success in Business. How Lost: How Recovered”. [With] pink printed slip bound in. 8vo. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & co., 1892. Rare Victorian Self Help Book.