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Author: Peter Rex Thomas
Publisher: Shelfrespect Booksellers, Nambucca Heads, Australia 2007
Condition:Crisp new softcover with title to illustrated frcov., STRAIGHT, TIGHT and CLEAN in GOOD CONDITION , SIGNED, NEW, FIRST EDITION This book weighs only 150 gms and will be less postage than listed, please contact us for Postage.
Description: A poetic collection of interests, emotions and reasonings in verse. Family histories and salutes to individuals shine through a mix of styles and topics, wrestling with the meaning of life and love "
Author: W S (Bill) Oliver
Publisher: published by the author, printed by Wild & Wooley P/L Sydney 1997
Condition:Crisp large format (4to) softcover, 138 pages, illustrated with b/w photos, in GOOD CONDITION
Description: This autobiography is about his life in India as a small child, and his journey to Australia at the age of six. He relates his 37 years in the sugar industry, where he made many friends in and outside CSR Ltd.
Author: Oodgeroo of the Noonuccal, known until 1988 as Kath Walker, born Kathleen Jean Mary Ruska on 3 November 1920, North Stradbroke Island, Queensland.
Publisher: First Published in 1970 by Jacaranda Press, Milton, Qld.
Condition:Crisp brown cloth-bound hardcover with bright gilt title to spine, no inscriptions in Very Good Condition in a clipped Good Dustjacket with rubbing and topwear, 1" closed tear to the top of the frontcover
Description: Kath Walker was one of the most influential Aboriginal Poets. This collection was gathered together in 1970. It begins with the iconic "All One Race", includes many monochrome illustrations and concludes with "Balance".
Author: issued under the Authority of the Minister for Home Security, Canberra,ACT, December 1942
Publisher: Department of Home Security, Canberra, ACT, Australia 38882-A, December 1942
Condition:Crisp card cover with 2 clean staples to spine-binding, covered with original red cloth tape.
Description: for use by members of Stretcher Parties and First-Aid posts. An illustrated guide to First Aid Services; Principles; Strecher Parties; Anatomy & Physiology; Haemorrage; Shock, Asepsis and Anti-Asepsis, Wounds, Burns & Scalds, Fractures, Blast Injuries,etc
Author: G Nesta Griffiths, signed and dedicated by the author on the title-page.
Publisher: The Shepherd Press, Sydney, 1954, FIRST EDITION
Condition:Crisp Green Cloth-bound Hc, gilt impressed tree to fr. cover, gilt title to spine, maps w light foxing to endpapers, tipped-in frontispiece opposite title page, inscr. "For a Very Kind Friend, G. Nesta Griffiths" Unclipped DJ has mild edgewear. VERY GOOD.
Description: 151 pages. The author's fourth book on the history of people and places in New South Wales giving the story of some of the early settlers of the Hunter River and New England districts, eg TOMAGO, NEOTSFIELD, YUGILBAR. A RARE title in Very Good Condition.
Author: compiled by William Green with silhouettes by Dennis Plunnett 1971 20th edition, hardcover smallest 8vo 288 pp, with text, photos and silhouettes
Publisher: Frederick warne & Co. London, 1971
Condition:Crisp blue cloth-bound hardcover with title to spine & frontcov. in Very Good Condition, in a clipped dustjacket with slight rubbing, in Good Plus Condition.
Description: Describing 185 aircraft with 355 illustrations, plus detailed data for the latest aircraft for 1971.
Author: Judith Wright -Australian Master Poet
Publisher: Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1953, First Edition, hardcover, 63pp, Australian Poetry.
Condition:Crisp brown 8vo Hc with title to spine & boxed frontcover, bookplate to front paste-down, name to frenpr dated 1953, some neat, light, pencilled marginalia to occasional poem, 3 references neatly inscribed in pen to the rear endpaper. GOOD CONDITION
Description: Dark Gift; Fire at Murdering Hut; The Cedars; Train Journey; Transformations; The Journey; Eroded Hills; Old House; Drought Year; Flood Year; Old Man and many, many more poems from the Australian Master-poet.
Author: ILLUSTRATED by H S DORMAN text by David Potts 1980 Designed by Robert Brown
Publisher: Robert Brown, Bathurst, 1980 1st Edition, oblong hardcover with Dj 64pp with full-page colour and b/w illustrations.
Condition:Crisp ochre cloth-bound hardcover with bright gilt title to spine, STRAIGHT TIGHT & CLEAN in Very Good Condition in a Good Dustjacket with mild rubbing.
Description: From the Court House to the Museum, from the first Public School to Piper St terraces, from Chiffley's Home to the Kelso Hotel, a vast panorama of Bathurst & surrounding's fine buildings
Author: Captain W E Johns, famous author of the BIGGLES and WORRALS series. Pictures by STEAD including a coloured frontispiece.
Publisher: The Children's Book Club for Hodder and Staughton, London, 1959, Hc with Dj, 15 Chapters, 192 pages.
Condition:Crisp blue cloth-bound hardcover with title to spine, STRAIGHT, TIGHT & CLEAN in VERY GOOD CONDITION IN A VERY GOOD DUSTJACKET which has not been clipped. There are minor age-spots to the page edges but the book is crisp and robust, possibly unread.
Description: "A stranger from beyond the THIRD REGION has told us that all ships in their section of the Universe have been warned to keep well clear of Ardilla"
Author: by Bob Hope with illustrations by Carl Rose. UNUSUAL MILITARY WW2 SOUVENIR ORIGINAL VINTAGE MILITARIA
Publisher: Simon & Schuster, Ny via Peter Huston, Sydney 1944, printed in Australia by Deaton & Spenser and by Bridge Printery, Sydney, Australia 1944
Condition:Robust large card-bound stapled hardcover, title to cover overprinted in 3 colours, 102pp. Mild stains to Robust & Intact cover, internally age-toned pages but all are TIGHT & CLEAN and INTACT with minor page blemishes. In GOOD CONDITION.
Description: Produced for the US National War Fund. 'Bob Hope's own story of his trip abroad'. Account of Bob Hope's trip to Wartime Britain, Europe & Nth Africa to visit US Troops stationed there. Written prior to Hope's Pacific trip. GREAT LINE ILLUSTRATIONS by ROSE