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Author: Peter FitzSimons
Publisher: Hachette/Hodder revised & illustrated 2008 edition, hardcover 17 chapters, epilogue, bibliog., notes, index.
Condition:Green cloth-bound hardcover with title to spine, STRAIGHT, TIGHT & CLEAN in GOOD CONDITION with a bookplate over an inscription to the front paste-down,ROBUST and INTACT in a GOOD unclipped DUSTJACKET with minor rubbing & edgewear.
Description: Kokoda was a defining battle for Australia - a small force of young, ill-equipped Australians engaged a highly experienced and hitherto unstoppable Japanese force on a narrow, precarious jungle track - and defeated them.
Author: Norman Verschuer Wallace
Publisher: Rigby, Adelaide, 1975, First Edition, Hardback, DJ, b/w illus., 181pp.
Condition:Crisp green hardcover 8vo STRAIGHT, TIGHT & CLEAN in Very Good Condition with an inscription to the front paste-down, with an unclipped GOOD Dustjacket with edgewear & rubbing.
Description: Norman Wallace was the son of a lawyer and after service in the Australian Armed Forces in World War I, he followed in the footsteps of his ancestors by also being a lawyer and later a town councillor. He practised in the town of Narracoorte in South Aust
Author: Louise Tiffany Daley with foreword by Prof J S Ryan (U of NE, a biography of the author and new historical photographs.
Publisher: Richmond River Historical Society, Lismore, 2011, REVISED SECOND EDITION, 200pp., maps, b/w photos, foreword, biography, 11 chapters, bibliog., Index.
Condition:Crisp stiff-card large 8vo softcover, no inscriptions, STRAIGHT TIGHT & CLEAN in VERY GOOD CONDITION
Description: First published in 1966, the definitive history of the Richmond River district of Northern NSW. A revised addition with a new biography of Daley by local historian Robyn Braithwaite and twice as many historical photos. Funded by RAHS and Arts NSW.
Author: Iaen McLachlan,
Publisher: Hale & Iremonger, Sydney, second printing by Uptin Print of Port Macquarie, June 2002, 28 chapters 7 appends, index, 242pp, b/w photos, drawings, maps.
Condition:A crisp large paperback, perfectly bound, no inscriptions, in VERY GOOD Condition with slight cover rubbing.
Description: A History of the Port Macquarie region of coastal NSW from Aboriginal occupation through to Penal station history and later settlement and development.
Author: Roy Crane
Publisher: Dragon Lady Press, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1987 2 editions, No. 5 & No. 7
Condition:Two crisp magazine-format comics with very mild cover wear in Very Good Condition
Description: No. 5 features WASH TUBBS and the $16,000 Trip (7/4/1931 to 1/9/1932)
No. 7 features WASH TUBBS The First Roy Crane Sundays (12/8/1935 to 12/13/1936)
All comics in black & white format.
Author: Two Volume Set Illustrated by MARGARET HODGSON with beautiful Illustrations in colour - Text by ROLAND PAINE
Publisher: Vol 1 Rigby, Adelaide, 1974 (from 1971), small 8vo, 251pp., Vol. 2 Rigby 1987 edition (from 1977)
Condition:Two Green cloth-bound Hardcovers with slight rubbing to spine & corners, illustr. eprs, CLEAN & TIGHT in GOOD CONDITION, name to frepr, with two unclipped GOOD DUSTJACKETS with a couple of small repaired tears & slight edgewear.
Description: Vol. 1 has 384 plants illustrated and described in the book were chosen from Margaret Hodgson's collection. Vol 2. continues the work with another 350 plants.
Author: by JOHN MOORHEAD, signed by Bishop Shearman
Publisher: pub. by Cathedral Restoration Committee, Grafton NSW, 1984, First Edition, hardcover 8vo with dj, 8 Chapters, illustrated with a few pages of B/W Photos, Notes, 163p
Condition:Crisp red/brown cloth-bound hardcover with gilt title to spine, rubbing to spine & corners, STRAIGHT, TIGHT & CLEAN in GOOD CONDITION with a few marks to outside bottom page edges, in an unclipped GOOD DUSTJACKET with slight edgewear.
Description: This book tells of people and places, of the church in Grafton and on the Clarence, with a glance at the big coastal diocese the cathedral serves. Signed by the 7th Bishop of Grafton.
Author: Andy Warhol, an Evergreen Black Cat Book B-218
Publisher: Grove Press, Inc., New York, 1968. Paperback. Book Condition: Fair. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. Statement of First Printing. Grove Press, mass market paperback. 451pp
Condition:Mass market paperback with mild Foxing thoughout. Evergreen advts in situ in centre, The book appears unread and has no creases to the spine. A book from 1968 In VERY GOOD CONDITION.
Description: Scenes include "How to become a Professional Homosexual" and "Drag Party" Good luck if you intend to read. Reminds us of Finnegan's Wake, which we also couldn't read. RARE
Author: Moore & Freeman and Collins & Breyfogle # 709893312075
Publisher: DC Comics,NY, NY USA 1987
Condition:No creases to cover, staples intact with some wear at cover, slight age-toning to pages, A robust copy in Good Condition. THIS COMIC CAN GO VIA LETTER RATE. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR CHEAPER FREIGHT COSTS!!!!.
Description: DC Comics BATMAN ANNUAL VILLIANS IN LOVE ! MORTAL CLAY by Moore, Freeman, Constanza & Kindzerinski and LOVE BIRD by Collins, Breyfogle, De Guzman & Roy with Mickey Mouse Club advertisment at rear. THIS COMIC CAN GO VIA LETTER RATE. PLEASE CONTACT US.
Author: Created by Lee Falk
Publisher: Frew Publications, Sydney,Australia, 1996
Condition:In Very Good Condition with minor curl to BRH corner and the easily removed price sticker in the TLH corner. No other marks or inscriptions.
Description: "The Mermaids of Melo Strait' originally ran as a Lee Falk story line in 1945/46 in the dailies. The Magic Flute is totally new in 1996.