Aesop's Fables.
Illustrated by Charles Folkard. Adams and Chales Black. London. 1912 (Ist Edition) 4to, 209pp. Hardcover, cream pictorial cloth with gilt titles, t.e.g; other edges uncut; rear eps have been replaced o/w interior in vg cond.
Coloured frontis tipped in plate and 11 other coloured tipped in plates mounted on brown paper with captioned tissue guards; a limited edition of 250 copies of which this copy has been numbered 122; signed by the publishers.
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Aldin, Cecil.

Dogs of Character.
Illustrated by the author. Eyre and Spottiswoode. London. 1930. Small 4to, V, 116pp. Hardcover, original cloth, small stain at head of spine; text in ex cond.
Delightful and interesting glimpses of dogs known to the author.
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Andersen, Hans.

Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen.
Illustrated by Kay Nielsen. Hodder & Stoughton. London. ND (c1933) 4to, 197pp. Hardcover, green cloth, elaborately gilt decorated front cover and spine (some slight fading to spine); previous owner's name and date neatly inscribed on verso of ffep, coloured picture tipped to verso of rear endpaper o/w interior in ex cond.
Coloured frontis tipped in plate and 11 other coloured tipped in plates with captioned tissue guards; a luxurious edition and perfect gift.
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The Black Troopers and Other Stories.
The Religious Tract Society. London. ND (c1910) 8vo. Hardcover, red cloth with black and gilt dec on front and spine; interior in vg cond.
The first story, almost a novella is set in the lower Murray district of Australia at a time when the first Europeans were settling in the area; engraved frontis and 6 other plates.
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Anso, William.

Biscotti and Caramelle.
Illustrated by Molly Macalister. Pelorus Press. Auckland. 1951. Hardcover, pictorial boards, cloth spine; ex cond.
Children's story, illustrated by brown line drawings; dec eps.
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Bannerman, Helen.

Little Black Sambo.
Illustrated by the author. Grant Richards. London. 1900 (3rd Edition) 32mo. In or cl, binding weak; previous owner's personal details on half title, minor marks in text, good cond overall.
Full col lithographs of this traditional childhood favourite, printed on one side of paper only. No 4 of "The Dumpy Books for Children".
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Bean, C.E.W.

The "Dreadnaught" of the Darling.
Alston Rivers Ltd. London. 1911. 8vo, XXXX, 363pp. In or cl, minimal signs of wear; ownership details on ffep, text in vg cond overall, some creasing to folding map in rear.
Examines the Darling Basin, its history and surrounding economic activities.
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Berndt, Ronald M & Berndt, Catherine H (with John E Stanton)

Aboriginal Australian Art A Visual Perspective.
Metheun. Sydney. 1982 (Ist Edition) 1982 4to, VI, 167pp. In protected d/w, spine of d/w a little faded, some rubbing to lower edges of boards, text in ex cond.
An authorative examination of Aboriginal art in its traditional setting and its contribution to the cultural heritage of Australia.
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Bonwick, James.

Australia's First Preacher The Rev Richard Johnson First Chaplain of New South Wales.
Sampson Low, Marston & Company. London. ND (1898) Cr8vo, XLII, 264pp. Hardcover, original cloth, slight shelf wear and fading to spine; interior in vg cond.
Biography of the Anglican clergyman who carried out his duties during the first six years of white settlement in Sydney; facsimile document relating to estimates of building a place of worship.
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Byrd, Richard E.

Little America: Aerial Exploration in the Antarctic & The Flight to the South Pole.
G.P. Putnam's Sons. London. 1931 1931 8vo, XVII, 416pp. Hardback, no d/w, good condition, some foxing on preliminary and endpapers, edges untrimmed.
Aerial exploration of Antarctica by American Rear Admiral during a two year expedition to the Pole. Includes maps.
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[Carroll, Lewis]

Jabberwocky Re-Versed and Other Guinness Versions.
St James Gate. Dublin. 1935. 8vo. Stiiffened card wraps, stapled bound, wear to yap edges and minor creases; interior in vg cond.
Printed by John Waddington Ltd in Leeds this is a collection of reworked poems and songs from "Alice in Wonderland" and "Alice Through the Looking Glass" that are used to promote Guinness stout; some illustrations in colour.
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Carroll, Lewis.

A Macmillan Pop-up Book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Illustrated by John Tenniel. Macmillan. London. 1980 (Ist Edition Thus) 1865 Tall 8vo. Hardcover, col pictorial laminated boards vg cond.
6 double pop-up pages with paper engineering by James Roger Diaz.
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[Catalogue] Bloomfield, Lin.

Norman Lindsay Master Craftsman Etcher Rose Lindsay Master Etching Printmaker.
Bloomfield Galleries. Sydney. 1974. Large fold out catalogue. Printed on Japanese paper, vg cond.
Catalogue for "An Exhibition to commemorate Angus & Robertson's two volume limited edition book of the Two Hundred Published Etchings of Norman and Rose Lindsay". This is number 37 of a signed limited edition of 55 catalogues. The signatures include: Rose Lindsay, Douglas Stewart,Walter Stone and Lin Bloomfield.
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Chappell, Mollie.

The Adventures of Tusker the Baby Elephant.
Illustrated by Hugh Gladwish. NPD Printed in The Netherlands. ND (c1960) 4to, non-paginated. In col pict bds, minor signs of wear, text in vg cond.
Children's fiction delightfully illus in full col.
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[Coxe, Peter]

The Expose or Naploeone Buonaparte Unmasked in a Condensed Statement of His Career and Atrocities Accompanied With Notes.
Printed for W Millier by James Moyes, Shoe Lane. London. 1809. 24mo, 240pp. In worn marbled boards, 19thC rebinding in black library cloth; spine label title in red morrocco; hinge detaching; some pencil annotations on eps o/w text in vg cond for age.
Sir Richard Burton's bookplate on front pastedown and what is probably his signature on ffep.
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Cutlack, F.M (Editor)

War Letters of General Monash.
Angus & Robertson. Sydney. 1934 (Ist Edition) 1934 8vo, 290pp. Hardcover, original black cloth with acceptable d/;w neatly protected by clear archival covering; interior in vg cond apart from gift inscription on ffep.
A collection of letters sent from the front in WWI to Lady Monash; b/w photographic plates, 3 maps and index.
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Dahl, Roald.

My Year.
Illustrated by Quentin Blake. Jonathan Cape. London. 1993 (Ist Edition) 1993 8vo. Hardcover, d/w, ex cond.
Written in his last year of life this book conatins reflections and memories that would appeal to adults and children.
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Dahl, Roald.

Two Fables.
Illustrated by Graham Dean. Viking. London. 1986 (Ist UK Edition) 1986 8vo, 64pp. Hardcover, neat d/w protected by clear archival covering; small corner cut from ffep o/w text in ex cond.
Two short stories intended for an adult readership. These are really modern fables with lessons on the way people should behave.
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Diehl, Edith.

Bookbinding Its Background and Technique (2 Volumes)
Kennikat Press Inc. Port Washington. 1965. 8vo. Hardcover, cloth, both volumes in ex cond.
A detailed reference for the professional bookbinder.
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Dr Seuss.

Dr Seuss's The Seven Lady Godivas.
Illustrated by Dr Seuss. Random House. NY. 1987 (Fisrt Printing of the Reissued Edition) 1939 4to, non-paginated. Hardcover, protected d/w; ex cond.
A wacky book for those who thought they had given up Dr Suess. This is a reprint edition, originally published in 1939.
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Duvoisin, Roger.

Veronica Goes To Petunia's Farm.
Illustrated by the author. The Bodley Head. London. 1963 (Ist UK Edition) 1963 4to. Hardcover, d/w is price-chipped, has one large closed tear and minor chips, head of spine is damaged slightly; overall book is in vg cond.
Children's illsutrated fiction about a hippotamus that wins over a group of farm animals.
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Farjeon, Eleanor.

Ameliaranne's Washing-Day.
Illustrated by S B Pearse. George Harrap. London. 1941 (Reprint) 1934 Small 8vo. Hardcover, pictorial onlay on front cover, interior in ex cond.
Charmingly illustrated eps and other illustrations.
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Fearnside, Lt G.H. (Editor)

Bayonets Abroad A History of the 2/13th Battalion A.I.F in the Second World War.
Printed by Waite and Bull. Sydney. XVIII, 434pp. Hardcover, original cloth, no d/w, interior in vg cond.
Ex members of the 2/13th Battalion AIF contributed to this unit history; includes Honours, Decorations and Awards, Roll of Honour; photographic illustrations, sketch maps.
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Fleming, Ian.

You Only Live Twice.
Jonathan Cape. London. March 1964 (Ist Editon, 2nd state) 1964 8vo, 256pp. In neat, slightly worn, non price-clipped d/w, now protected with clear archival covering; text in ex cond.
A James Bond novel set in Japan, d/w designed by Richard Chopping.
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Forshaw, Joseph M.

Parrots of the World.
Illustrated by William T Cooper. Lansdowne Editions. Melbourne. 1981 (2nd Revised Edition) 1973 Large 4to, 586pp. Hardcover, d/w, fine cond.
The definitive reference for this type of bird with every species and sub-species including those extinct described.
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Fowke, Frank Rede.

The Bayeaux Tapestry.
The Arundel Society. London. 1875. 4to, 173pp. In green decorated cloth with insert panel, minor signs of wear; occasional spotting o/w text in vg cond.
Tapestry scenes are reproduced as autotype plates, substantial explanatory notes and historical notes, index.
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Garbor, Zsa Zsa.

How to Catch a Man, How to Keep a Man, How to Get Rid of a Man.
Double Day & Company. NY. 1970. 8vo. III, 155pp. Hardcover, now in protected d/w with one closed tear text in ex cond.
Relationship advice from one who knows.
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Graham, Marjorie.

Australian Glass of the 19th and Early 20th Century.
Photography by Donald Graham. The David Ell Press. Sydney. 1981 (Ist Edition) 1981 8vo, X, 138pp. D/w covered neatly by clear contact, text in ex cond.
An important reference including engravers and Carnival glass, illus, glossary.
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Graham, Marjorie.

Australian Pottery of the 19th and Early 20th Century.
Photography by Donald Graham. The David Ell Press. Sydney. 1979 (Ist Edition) 1979 8vo, VII, 170pp. In protected d/w, text in ex cond.
Outlines the history in each State and the work of the individual craftsmen, illus in col and b/w.
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Guptill, Arthur L.

Norman Rockwell Illustrator.
Watson-Guptill Pub. N.Y. 1970 (Reprint) 1946 4to, IX, 208pp. In slightly creased d/w, now protected; text in ex cond.
All the many sides of Rockwell's art are described and commented on.
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Hargraves, Edward Hammond.

Australia and Its Goldfields: A Historical Sketch of the Progress of the Australian Colonies, From the Earliest Times to the Present Day; With a Particular Account of The Recent Gold Discoveries and Observations of the Present Land Question. To Which Are Added Notices on the Use and Working of Gold in Ancient and Modern Times; and an Examination of the Theories as to the Sources of Gold.
H Ingram and Co, Milford House, Strand. London. 1855 (Ist Edition) Cr8vo, 240pp. Hardcover, original dark blue cloth, front cover blind-stamped with gold Coat of Arms and gilt lettering on spine, minimal shelf wear; folded map has one small tear, o/w interior in vg cond.
Portrait frontis; Hargraves publicised Australia's first payable goldfiels at Ophir near Orange NSW. Ferguson 10244.
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Henshaw, John (Editor)

Godfrey Miller.
Darlinghurst Galleries. Sydney. 1966 (Ist Edition) Folio, non-paginated. Hardcover, d/w has minor chips o/w is in vg cond with clear archival covering, text is in vg cond.
Foreword by Peter Bellew with an article and writings by the artist who was first recognised as significant after a one man show when he was 64.
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Hodge, Jessica.

Katharine Hepburn.
Magna Books. Leicester. 1992 (Ist Edition) 4to, 80pp. Hardcover, publisher's cloth, d/w (one closed tear) now protected by clear archival covering; text in ex cond.
An illustrated biography of the Hollywood actress (1907-2003), filmography dated to 1985; signed by Katharine Hepbirn in pen on the title page.
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Hoffmann, Professor.

Modern Magic A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring.
George Routledge and Sons. London. ND (c1900) 8vo, XVIII, 511pp. Hardcover, dec cloth, cover now carefully protected by clear mylar; rfep removed o/w text in vg cond.
Detailed instructions and diagrams to many tricks still performed today.
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Howitt, A.W.

The Native Tribes of South East Australia.
Macmillan & Co. London. 1904 (Ist Edition) 8vo, XII, 806pp (incl appendix, excl index) Hardcover, original olive green cloth, gilt dec on front and gilt spine titles, minor rubbing of extremeties, vg cond overall.
Based on 40 years experience in Central Australia and in depth study of customs and social organization; numerous text illus, 10 maps (nine of which are folding), fold out family tree and other diagrams in text, appendix and index.
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Idriess, Ion.

Challenge of the North.
A & R. Sydney. 1969 (Ist Edition) 1969 8vo, XVII, 149pp. Hardcover, in vg d/w now neatly protected by clear mylar, inscription on title page o/w text in vg cond.
Written by the author for the young people of Australia extolling Australia's future possibilities. This was also the author's last book.
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Josephus, Flavius.

The Jewish War or the History of the Destruction of Jerusalem.
Privately published; printed by J Christie. Dublin. 1817. 8vo, XI, 712pp. In original boards, full leather binding that is worn on covers and extremeties, gilt spine title and decoration, spine is also worn; ffep missing, previous owner's bookplate removed from front pastedown, frontis folding map has small pieces missing from edge, some browning and foxing in text but o/w interior is in vg cond for its age.
Translated from the original Greek by W Whiston. List of subscribers in rear.
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Klepac, Lou.

The Life and Work of Russell Drysdale.
Bay Books. Sydney. 1983 (Ist Edition) 1983 Large 4to, 383pp. Hardcover, now in protected d/w, ex cond.
A definitive work and study of this renown artist who was the first modern Australian artist to exhibit in London; col plates, exhibition outline, biographical notes. Signatures of Barry Pearce, Lou Klepec and Bruce Beresford on small piece of white paper taped to the title page.
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Lane, F.C.V.

The Bookplates of Norman Lindsay.
The Wakefield Press. Adelaide. 1944. 8vo, 25pp. Stiffened wraps, clear, loose, protective cover, ex cond.
A collection of 18 tipped in plates with catalogue and commentary. Examples include Keith Wingrove and Margaret Coen. A limited numbered edition of 375 copies. This is number 330.
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Lanser, Edith.

Caroline Listens.
Illustrated by the author. The Australiasian Pub Co. Sydney. 1948 (Ist Edition) Ob4to, non-paginated. In pict bds, illus in colour, now protected by mylar, cover and text in vg cond.
Full page two tone illustrations and text written in a large simple font tell the story of a small girl and the songs she made up based on everyday sounds Muir 2 [1:4097]
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Le Carre, John.

Smiley's People.
Hodder & Stoughton. London. 1980 (Ist UK Edition) 1980 8vo. Hardcover, in price-clipped d/w, minor chips, now protected; text in vg cond.
Smiley comes out of retirement to cover up a crime and again confronts his enemy Karla. The third title in the Karla Trilogy.
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L'Hommedieu, Dorothy K.

Macgregor: The Little Black Scottie
Illustrated by Marguerite Kirmse. Robert Hale. London. 1965 (Reprint) 1957 Sm 4to. 55pp. Hardcover, price-clipped d/w now protected by clear archival covering; text in ex cond.
A dog story simply told and beautifully illus.
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Lindsay, Norman.

Elioth Gruner.
The Shepherd Press. Sydney. (1947) Roy 4to. In dark blue morrocco, a little worn at head and tale of spine, gilt vignette on front cover, decorative gilt edge around inside of cover, edges uncut, interior in ex cond.
A deluxe edition of 200 copies of which this is numbered 164. 24 coloured reproduction tipped in plates, 8 tipped in prints of drypoints. Essay by Norman Lindsay.
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Lindsay, Norman.

Norman Lindsay Watercolours.
Ure Smith. Sydney. 1969 (Ist Edition) 1969 4to, non-paginated. D/w has minor chips and has now been neatly protected by mylar, text in vg cond.
19 col tipped in plates, reproductions of original watercolours which were first published in book form in 1939 in "Norman Lindsay Water Colour Book" with a survey of Lindsay's art and life by Geoffrey Blunden and a comment on the medium by Lindsay.
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Livingstone, David and Charles.

Narrative of an Expedition to the Zambesi and its Tributaries And of the Discovery of the Lakes Shirwa and Nyassa 1858-1864.
Harper and Brothers Publishers. New York. 1866 (Ist US Edition) Octavo, 638pp + 6 adverts Professionally rebound in half green morocco, twin coloured labels, gilt, raised bands and marbled boards, new endpapers, minor spotting in text o/w interior is in ex cond.
Illustrated with folding map and woodcut illustrations throughout including wood engraved double page frontispiece of Victoria Falls and its gorges; title page engraved vignette.
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Lofting, Hugh.

Porridge Poetry.
Illustrated by the author. Jonathan Cape. London. 1925 (Ist Edition) Small oblong 8vo, 101pp. Hardcover, pictorial onlay on front cover, slightly marked and wear to cloth, binding a little loose; neat gift inscription on ffep o/w interior in good cond.
Original poetry by the author of Doctor Doolittle; a rare item for juvenile collectors.
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London, Jack.

The Call of the Wild.
William Heinemann. London. 1912. 8vo. Hardcover, blue cloth with pictorial dec front and spine, gilt spine and headings to front; interior in vg cond.
Col frontis plate and 17 other b/w drawings and col plates; a very attractive edition.
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Milne. A.A.

Now We Are Six.
Illustrated by E.H. Shepard. Methuen and Co. London. 1927 (Ist Edition) 1927 24mo, 103pp. Hardcover, maroon cloth covered boards, gilt spine titles and front cover outlines; ex cond.
Favourite poems and b/w line drawings of Milne's well known characters Pooh and Piglet. This edition has the bookplate of Dorothea Mackellar tipped to half title.
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Milton, John.

Paradise Lost (and) Paradise Regained Samson Agonistes Comus and Arcades (2 Volumes)
John Sharpe. London. 1827. 32mo. In original calf slightly rubbed at the corners, with blind stamped and gilt front and rear covers; spines have titles in gilt, raised bands and gilt decorations, marbled eps and foredges; both vols have gift inscriptions dated 1835 on a preliminary page; both volumes could be described as being in vg cond.
Paradise Regained has an engraved frontis and 9 other engraved plates by Richard Westall; Paradise Lost has an engraved frontis and 12 other engraved plates by Richard Westall.
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Morris, William.

The Earthly Paradise A Poem.
Reeves and Turner. London. 1890 (Reprint of the Popular Edition) 1886 8vo, 445pp. Hardcover, white cloth covered boards dec with gilt on front and spine, back cover blind stamped; spine a little sunned; some browning of eps o/w interior in vg cond.
This is an epic poem designed as a homage to Chaucer consisting of 24 different stories each by a different narrator.
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Ridley, William Rev.

Kamilaroi and Other Australian Languages With Comparative Tables of Words from Twenty Australian Languages and Songs, Traditions, Laws and Customs of the Australian Race.
Sydney. 1875 (Second Revised Edition) 4to, 172pp. In publisher's original dark green cloth, professionally rebacked conserving original boards and backstrip, new endpapers; title page showing a small stamp mark and verso showing some slight signs of tippex, o/w interior in vg cond.
The first edition was published in London by Turner and Co, this edition has been revised and enlarged by the author.
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Rockwell, Molly and Norman.

Willie Was Different The Tale of an Ugly Thrushling.
Illustrated by Norman Rockwell. Funk & Wagnalls. NY. 1969 (Ist Edition) 8vo. Hardcover in protected d/w, ex cond.
Coloured & b/w illus, signed by the Rockwells.
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Sendak, Maurice.

Nutshell Library.
Collins. London. 1964 (Ist UK Edition) Minatures. Four books with dustwrappers in a slipcase which itself is in vg cond; all books in vg cond with only minmal signs of wear.
The titles are: "One Was Johnny", "Pierre A Cautionary Tale", "Chicken Soup With Rice" and "Alligators All Round".
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Servoss, M.E.

The Christmas Sheaf.
L Prang & Co. 189mm X 130mm. Cardcovers in the shape of a sheaf of grain, with original tassel tie; one page has a few holes in the lower part.
Coloured illustrations depict sheaves, birds in the Swedish tradition.
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Smith, Keith Vincent.

King Bungaree.
Kangaroo Press. Sydney. 1992 (Ist Edition) 1992 4to, XIV, 176pp. In protected d/w, mint cond.
The story of the Sydney Aborigine who met with South Pacific explorers from 1799-1830. Illus. Now a scarce title.
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Smith, Sydney Ure & Stevens, Bertram (Editors)

The Art of Blamire Young Special Number of Art in Australia.
A & R. Sydney. 1921. 4to. Hardcover, papered bds, cloth spine, ex cond.
Introduction by the editors, 36 col tipped in plates, one b/w photo tipped in; essays by J F Bruce.
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Stanley, Henry Morton.

How I Found Livingstone; Trvaels, Adventures and Discoveries in Central Africa; Including Four Months Residence With Dr Livingstone.
Sampson Low, Marston, Low and Searle. London. 1872. 8vo, XVII, 692 +appendix. Spine rebacked with the marjority of the original spine included; brown cloth blind stamped and gilt and black decs to front, gilt spine titles, gilt on author's name worn; new endpapers, interior in vg cond for age.
Portrait frontis, a tipped in albumen photograph, with tissue guard; 3 folding maps (one has closed tear), other maps in text; b/w engraved plates and other illustrations in text. Stanley (born John Rowlands) located Livingstone in late November 1871 and this account of his expedition was published in the late summer of 1872.
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Taylor, P. G.

Frigate Bird.
A & R. Sydney. 1953 (1st Edition) 1953 8vo, XIV, 243pp. Hardcover, blue cloth boards, maps on eps., now in protected d/w, ex cond.
Exploratory flights, largely over the Pacfic by Captain P. G. Tayor; photographic illustrations, endpaper maps.
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Thompson, C.J.S.

The Mysteries and Secrets of Magic.
The Bodley Head. London. 1927 (Ist Edition) 1927 8vo, XXXI, 314pp. Hardcover, minor shelf wear; bookplate on ffep & some intenal marks, good cond overall.
Witchcraft, magic and enchantment.
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Thompson, Ruth Plumly.

The Perhappsy Chaps.
Illustrated by Arthur Henderson. P. F. Volland Co. Chicago. 1918. In pict bds, a little worn on extremeties, repair to hinge, protected by mylar, minor marks on prelims o/w text in vg cond.
Fanciful ballads for children, 14 full page col, other col illus throughout all featuring impish creatures.
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Trevelyan, R.C.

The Hogarth Press. London. 1927 (Ist Edition) 12mo, 52pp. Hardcover, mustard and mauve paper covered boards, eps browned, vg cond overall.
A significant item from the Hogarth Press, published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf.
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Uttley, Alison.

Snug and the Silver Spoon.
Illustrated by Katherine Wigglesworth. Heinemann. London. 1957 (Ist Edition) 1957 Cr8vo. In slightly chipped price-clipped d/w, now neatly protected; text in ex cond.
"A Little Brown Mouse Book".
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Wallace, Ivy L.

Pookie In Search of a Home.
Illus by the author. Collins. London. 1951 (Ist Edition) 1951 4to. Hardcover, papered pict bds in ex cond, d/w has definite signs of wear but nonetheless is very respectable; text in ex cond.
Childrens illus fiction. Pookie was a white rabbit with wings. First edition copies with dustwrappers are scarce.
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White, William.

History, Gazetteer and Directory of Devonshire and the City and County of the City of Exeter....
Printed for the author by Robert Leader. London. 1850. Cr8vo, 802pp. Rebound in bookcloth, with spine label of the original leather cover included, new eps, text in vg cond. Note that the last two pages are missing. The map is also missing.
A directory of the English county that is an extremely useful reference for the historian and genealogist.
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Winton, Tim.

Dirt Music.
PanMacmillan. Sydney. 2001(Ist Australian Edition) 2001 8vo. Hardcover, protected d/w, ex cond.
Novel by one of Australia's best known modern novelists which won the Miles Franklin Award in 2002. This edition is signed by the author on the title page.
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