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Author: Editor Norris D McWhirter ISBN 0851122515
Publisher: Guinness Superlatives, Middlesex, UK, 1983, Hardcover Quarto, 382pp., includes Australian Supplement, 12 Sections + STOP PRESS, illustrated eprs, Index.
Condition:Illustrated bound hardcover with title to spine & frcvr, in GOOD CONDITION with a plastic transparent cover specially printed "GET THE FACTS Toyota Oh what a feeling" no inscriptions, very tightly protected by the plastic case.
Description: From (1) The Human Being....to (12)
Sports, Games and Pastimes. IN GOOD CONDITION.
Author: Brad Anderson
Publisher: Budget Books, 1987, First Printing.
Condition:In Very Good Condition, The cover is attached at both staples and is not loose in anyway. No news stand pricing stickers, date stamps or crayon marks on the cover. No coupons have been cut from the comic. Overall this is a VERY GOOD complete copy.
Description: This is Marmaduke #1 "Lets Loose" by Budget Books from 1987. This is a first printing. Landscape format comic book with over 80 pages in black and white print with a soft cardboard cover.
Author: Parker & Hunt
Publisher: Budget Books, Melbourne, softcover oblong 8vo
Condition:In Very Good Condition The cover is attached at both staples and is not loose in anyway. No news stand pricing stickers, date stamps or crayon marks on the cover. No coupons have been cut from the comic. Overall this is a VERY GOOD complete copy.
Description: 422080-2 No. 2 in the Budget Book series.
Author: Parker & Hart
Publisher: Budget Books Melbourne, 1987
Condition:In Very Good Condition
Description: 375080-1 No. 1 in the Budget Books Series.
Author: Selected and with an Introduction by GEORGE LOW Commando Editor
Publisher: Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 2007, First Edition, stiff-board covers oversize 8vo, 12 full Comics, B/W ILLUSTRATIONS throughout, 783 pages, illustrated endpapers.
Condition:Illustrated softcovers with minimal edgewear, no inscriptions, CLEAN & TIGHT in GOOD CONDITION.
Description: Fire over England - Desert Fox - Danger in the Deep - Desert of Death - Savage Sky - Death or Glory Mob - Zero Smasher - Island of Death - Sea Strike - Assassin! - They Flew by Night - Colonel Scarface
Author: Peter King, an American traveller in Afghanistan in the early 1960s. With 25 photographs by the author. SCARCE
Publisher: pub. Geoffrey Bles, London 1966, hardcover, 224pp., 20 chapters, map, b/w photos, epilogue, Index. SCARCE
Condition:A SCARCE book, a cancelled ex-library copy with all the usual stamps and tape marks, STRAIGHT & TIGHT in GOOD minus condition in a robust GOOD minus DUSTJACKET with edgewear. Occasional margin and map notes in pen. SCARCE.
Description: Wilber 200 and Hanifi 388 are not judgemental about this American adventurer supposedly looking for medicinal plants in Afghanistan but Jones (142) is less kindly quoting Louis Dupree as saying it was 'one of the worst books he'd ever read on Afghanistan"
Author: Ian Rowley, specialist in animal behaviour with the CSIRO Division of Wildlife Research
Publisher: Collins Sydney 1975 1st Edition from The Australian Naturalist Library, hardcover 8vo, 284pp.,Colour, B/W Photos, maps, figures, 22 chapters, appends, refs, Index.
Condition:Crisp tan hardcover with boxed title to spine, STRAIGHT, CLEAN & TIGHT in VERY GOOD CONDITION with a GOOD plus Dustjacket with mild edgewear.
Description: Bird Life is a book written by Australian ornithologist Ian Rowley and published by Collins (Australia) originally in 1975 as part of its Australian Naturalist Library series. Australian bird behaviour and breeding. Illustrations, figures and tables.
Author: James Paterson MA, formerly Headmaster, Hillhead High School, Glasgow and Edwin G Macnaughton MA, rector, Hamilton Academy. RARE
Publisher: Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh & London,61 chapters, vocabularies, exercises, 294pp. RARE
Condition:Name and school class (5B) written on front & rear paste-down with some old tape-marks, occasional underlining and marginalia in red and pencil, tightly bound and ROBUST in GOOD CONDITION especially for an ex-school book. RARE
Description: This book completes the "Approach to Latin " series and deals with syntax and composition from the point at which the Second Part of the series leaves off. RARE
Author: LORNA BINGHAM of the George Edwards Production Company - Illustrated by Harmut Lahm ABORIGINAL LEGENDS
Publisher: WINN & Co., Sydney, 1941, FIRST EDITION, softcover quarto, COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS & 1 colour illustrations, 32 pages.
Condition:Illustrated softcovers with title to front cover, three staples to spine, top corner missing front cover, small tears & rubbing to covers, spine loose (all intact), slight foxing and age-toning to endpapers.
Description: Tuckonie & the Golden Boomerang - White Magic and Black - The Seidlitz Powder - The Idol of Ng'rui Moch - The Kakadu Tribe and many more.
Author: W. A. BRODRIBB F.R.G.S., and M.L.C. - Introduction by A. G. L. Shaw of Monash University
Publisher: John Ferguson, Sydney, in assoc. with The Royal Australian Historical Society, 1978, Facsimile reprint from 1883 first pub., 237pp, illustrated endpapers, INDEX.
Condition:Black cloth-bound Hardcover with gilt title to spine, minimal edgewear, no inscriptions, CLEAN & TIGHT in GOOD CONDITION, in an unclipped GOOD DUSTJACKET with slight foxing to inside, slightly sunned to spine & slight edgewear.
Description: The son of one of the few convicts transported to Australia for a purely political crime, William Brodribb spent his boyhood in Tasmania. In 1835 he moved to Sydney to seek his fortune in the unexplored lands of NSW and Victoria.