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Publisher: London, C. And G. Kearsley: 1794
Edition: 3rd Edition
Seller ID: 010349
417 pp. Front board present but detached. Moderate to heavy rubbing and scuffing esp. to edges, ribbed spine and bumped corners. Three small bare spots on spine. Bookplate of "The Honorable Edward Monckton, Somerford Hall, County of Stafford" on inside cover and a portion of his signature is on the title page. (Monckton was a career British administrator in colonial India and a prominent Whig politician.) Text generally clean with remarkably little toning. Textbl... View more info
Publisher: Glasgow, Scotland, UK, HarperCollins: 2006
Edition: 6th Printing of 5th Edition.
Seller ID: 010352
1382 pp. Remainder slash mark on bottom edge. Crinkling to jacket edges. Binding firm. Text clean, a few pages creased. Massive bilingual dictionary -- German to English; English to German, with 350,000 words. Includes German Spelling Reform, many technological terms. Overweight, will require additional postage. Size: 8vo -- 9.5 In View more info
By: Foster, Robert
Publisher: NY, Del Rey (Ballantine): 1979
Edition: First Paperback Edition Thus.
Seller ID: 009845
575 pp. Some rubbing on spine corners and lightly thumbed. Small 2-in crease on right side of front cover. No markings, sprine sturby. An alphabetical encyclopedia of names, places and things in the fantasy novels of J.R.R. Tolkien. Most entries about about 50-100 words long. Size: 12mo -- 7 in Tall View more info
Publisher: NY, George P. Rowell & Co.: 1879
Seller ID: 010196
532 pp. Boards present but detached, spine cloth missing. Textblock intact. Pencil squiggles and arithmetic on endpapers. Publication date not present but likely 1879 or 1880, considering references to 1870 Census and dated quotations about newspapers. A quarterly listing of all newspapers and periodicals in the U.S., arranged by state and city. Most of the newspapers are now long gone or merged. Rear sections include lists of specialized publications by topic; foreign l... View more info
By: Wolff, Ed
Publisher: NY, Macaulay Company: 1929
Edition: First Edition.
Seller ID: 009551
303 pp. Light fading and soil on orange cloth cover. Light spine slant. Text clean and still bright. Inscribed in legible ink script on front end paper to Harry Frieberg, Los Angeles, dated 10/14/30. "Rarely, Harry, do I offer presentation copies of my writing, but you're an exception, old chap, Sincerely, Ed Wolff. A collection of about 50 brief essays giving a humorous history of various customs and beliefs. Examples of topics: Why We Chew Gum, Why We Kiss, Why We ... View more info