At Shelfrespect Booksellers we sell collectable books, maps, prints, old comics and magazines. We feel that there a few satisfactions as fine as a new insight, the flow of well-crafted prose or the time-travel of a vintage publication showing a view into another era. Our background is in collections, libraries, publishing and sales and we are compulsive readers in our specialist fields. Please browse our categories to the left to find collectible, old and out-of-print books.
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Author: William Henry Wells. This is a facsimile edition, produced in 1970, of the original published in 1848.
Publisher: The Council of the Library of NSW, Sydney, SBN 724099832, frontisp., 438pp + advertiser's copy to rear 16 pp., maps, alphabetical gazetteer, fold-out national map.
Condition:Crisp burgundy 8vo hardcover with bright gilt title to spine, STRAIGHT, CLEAN & TIGHT in Very Good Condition, with a neat name in pen dated 1978 to the front paste-down.The dustjacket has some mild edgewear, is unclipped, in Good Condition.
Description: includes Ephemera: a copy of P356 of The History of Tasmania; a news cutting regarding Lakemba, near Sydney and another regarding an 1830's view of Penrith NSW.
Author: Prof. J G Fraser, DCL, LLD, Litt.D, Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge, Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Liverpool.
Publisher: Macmillan & Co, London, 1913, 1st Edition, hardcover 8vo, 493pp., 20 chapters/lectures, notes, index, 493pp.
Condition:This RARE book is in READING COPY ONLY CONDITION, with water-stains to the cover, marks to page edges and pencil notes all over the endpapers. The interior is STRAIGHT & TIGHTLY BOUND, with age-toning to the robust pages. The text is complete & readable.
Description: From the Gifford Lectures at St. Andrews College, 1911-12. A detailed analysis of "Natural Theology" with copious notes and studies, RARE in any condition. Includes Central Australia, Queensland, the Torres Straits, New Guinea, New Caledonia, Melanesia.
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