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Stratford-upon-Avon. The Official Guide. [c. 1939-45].£10.00
Stratford-Upon-Avon The Official Guide. Monochrome photographic frontispiece of The Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. 76pp. Interior: Generally clean, occasional foxing-(including to title page). Binding: Publisher’s tan and red pictorial wrappers (staples rusted- offsetting on to map at the centre), wear to wrappers. 8vo. Cheltenham; Ed. J. Burrow & Co., [no date c. 1939-45].
Two ‘Beautiful England’ Vintage Books on London£20.00
Two ‘Beautiful England’ Vintage Books on London & Greater London. JERROLD, Walter; E. W. Haslehust (illustrator). Beautiful England. The Heart of London. , 64pp. 12 plates (including: The Tower Bridge, In St. Olave’s-Hart Street, Looking west up Fleet Street to the Law Courts, Remains of the George Inn-Southwark). 8vo. London & Glasgow, Blackie & Son Limited, [no date. c. 1930’s]. WITH: JERROLD, Walter; E. W. Haslehust (illustrator). Beautiful England. Rambles in Greater London. , 64pp. 12 plates (including: View on Hampstead heath, Milton’s Cottage-Chalfont St. Giles, Eltham Palace, Dulwich Old School). 8vo. London & Glasgow, Blackie & Son Limited, [no date. c. 1930s].
The Ideal Guide To London For Visitors and Londoners… [c. 1947.]£8.00
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].
The Red Badge of Courage. 1900.£50.00
Scarce, early paper-back edition. An amazing survivor! CRANE, Stephen (1871-1900). The Red Badge of Courage. Early soft-cover edition. (Pages age-toned, some minor tearing without loss to text). Publisher’s cream pictorial wrapper (lacking lower wrapper, spine chipped with loss, upper wrapper detached with first few pages, some chipping and tearing, please note the last pages of this book are the two pages of adverts). London: William Heinemann, 1900.