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Author: Flt. Lt.Ralph Barker
Publisher: Chatto & Windus, 1955, First Edition, 7 tales, index.b/w photos
Condition:A green hardcover with gilt title Good Condition with some prelim. and pp. edge foxing and age-toning
Description: True Tales of the WWII Goldfish club in WWII.
Author: George Savage - History of Glass-making, OLD GLASS, ART GLASS
Publisher: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, July 1969, Second impression, First pub. 1965, hardcover square 8vo without dj, 128pp., B/W & COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHS & ILLUSTRATIONS
Condition:Green cloth-bound hardcover with title & colour illustration to frcvr, rubbing to spine, corners & edges, no inscriptions, CLEAN & TIGHT in GOOD CONDITION, without dustjacket.
Description: From ancient glass, origins and early forms to English, Irish and American Glass and the Art of Glass. Full of line drawings, PHOTOS, brilliant colour plates, analysis in depth of the history & development of glass making
Author: VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM (WRH)
Publisher: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1971, Fifth impression, First pub. 1947, Small Picture Book No.1, softcover small 8vo, 128pp., B/W PHOTOGRAPHS throughout
Condition:Illustrated softcover with title & illustration to frcvr, rubbing to spine & corners, CLEAN & TIGHT in GOOD CONDITION, previous owner's name to frepr.
Description: Glass Table-ware at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London - these specimens were chosen as examples of beauty and interest of form in useful wares, rather than in purely decorative work. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR A SPECIAL POSTAGE RATE ON THIS LIGHT ITEM
Author: Written and illustrated by GEOFFREY WILLS, revised edition with 400 illustrations and over 300 pages of text. OLD GLASS History & ORIGIN
Publisher: Country Life, London, 1979, Revised edition, First pub. 1966, hardcover small 8vo with dj,317pp., B/W ILLUSTRATIONS throughout, 17 Chapters, Bibliography & INDEX.
Condition:Green cloth-bound hardcover with gilt title to spine, slight rubbing to spine & corners, CLEAN & TIGHT in VERY GOOD CONDITION, previous owner's name to frepr, in a clipped GOOD PLUS DUSTJACKET with slight edgewear.
Description: The author presents all the basic knowledge that collectors and dealers will require in this handy pocket-size book. From how glass can be made to the history of Glass from Egypt, Roman & Syrian, Islamic, Venetian, German, Bohemian, Chinese Glass etc...
Author: by R. A. ROBERTSON ==== OLD GLASS COLLECTING & COLLECTIONS
Publisher: Ernest Benn, London, 1954, First Edition, The Chats Series, hardcover 8vo with dj, 180pp., B/W PHOTOGRAPHS, 12 Chapters, Appendix, Bibliography & INDEX.
Condition:Blue cloth-bound hardcover with gilt title to spine, minimal edgewear, no inscriptions, CLEAN & TIGHT in VERY GOOD CONDITION, in an unclipped GOOD MINUS DUSTJACKET which is INTACT and ROBUST,with several small closed tears, rubbing & edgewear.
Description: After a general introductory chapter on how glass is made and decorated, the history of glass is traced from Roman times, through the great days of Venice, to modern glass-making in Sweden and America. Emphasis is particularly on glass made in Britain
Author: IRIS MURDOCH
Publisher: Viking Press, New York, 1975, FIRST US EDITION, hardcover large 8vo with dj, 391 pp,
Condition:Crisp red cloth-bound hardcover with yellow cloth to spine , bright title to spine, very slight rubbing, STRAIGHT, CLEAN & TIGHT in VERY GOOD CONDITION, in an unclipped GOOD DUSTJACKET with age fading to spine, rubbing and edgewear and neat tape repairs
Description: The story of a small boy rescued from a deliquent childhood by a natural gift for words. First Edition, printed in the USA
Author: Lee Falk
Publisher: King Features/Frew NSW, Australia, 1992 $1.50
Condition:GOOD with a little corner ruffling.
Description: Designated the 1042nd actual issued edition, King Features/Frew NSW, $1.50 "The Trial of Patrolman Zokko" A PHANTOM CLASSIC
Author: Lee Falk
Publisher: King Features/Frew NSW Australia, 1991, 32 pages, $1.50
Condition:GOOD with cover rubbing and with mild spinewear.
Description: No. 989, 1991, King Features/Frew NSW 32 pages, $1.50 " Zima the Rogue Elephant !" NEW story by Lee Falk and Sy Barry.
Author: Lee Falk
Publisher: King Features /Gordon & Gotch, 32 pages,1987, Australia $1.25
Condition:GOOD with cover rubbing
Description: No. 882, 1987, A Dangerous Voyage and the Oil tanker.
Author: Lee Falk
Publisher: King Features/Gordon & Gotch,Australia, 1985, 32 pages, 70 cents,
Condition:GOOD with mild rubbing and some small edge & corner wear & ruffling. small 10 to top LH corner
Description: No. 830 1985 two stories " The Stolen Ring" and "The Proposal",