Chatto & Windus 1st 1978
4to, glazed pictorial boards. Complete with 'magic' (3D) glasses. VG++ 305 gms
(Order reference 14198A).
Century Publishing 1985
square format 4to, v v min rubs to bds o/w F. Fully working. 775 gms
(Order reference 14213)
Deans International 1985
4to, glazed pictorial boards. Fully working. F 520 gms
(Order reference 14220)
An account of the 1985-1986 visit of Halley's Comet to our solar system after 76 years and the space probes which were launched to intercept it. With detailed cardboard pop-ups. A heirloom for the next generation when Halley's Comet reappears.
Ted Smart/Intervisual Books 1994
large 4to, glazed pictorial boards. Complete with balls and clubs - scorecard missing, F 555 gms
(Order reference 14221).
Macmillan 1st 1988
landscape format 4to, glazed pictorial boards, pop-up book, v v min wr to btm edge of bds o/w F. 425 gms
(Order reference 14232).
Ebury Press 1st 1986
4to, glazed pictorial boards. Fully working VG++ 390 gms
(Order reference 14235).
Pocket Books 1st 1996
large 4to, very, very minor bumps and chips to covers, all pop-up and moveable elements working VG++ 730 gms
(Order reference 15077)
Bancroft & Co. 1963
8vo, card covers, slight wear, dulling + creasing to covers, slight tanning to pages o/w VG 40 gms
(Order reference 15203)
Boxtree 1st 1993
small 4to softback 14pp + 2 page pop-up at rear. VG++ 95 gms
(Order reference 15207)
Viking Penguin 1st 1989
small square format 4to, glazed pictorial boards. F 350 gms
(Order reference 15209)
Noted designer and pop-up creator David Pelham has taken the maze beyond the flat dimension of magazines and ordinary books. Each maze pops up, adding depth to the vertical and horizontal of more "common" mazes. Delightfully daunting and fabulously frustrating, this book will provide hours of infuriating fun.
Kestrel Books 1983
4to. All pop-ups complete and undamaged. Very, very minor bumps & wear o/w VG++ 370 gms
(Order reference 15220)
This book unfolds tom reveal six scenes featuring exciting circus acts from around the world. The daredevil riders and their horses, the acrobats and clowns, the circus orchestra are all included in the three-dimensional spectacular,
‘International Circus’ is considered the masterpiece of all Lothar Meggendorfer’s pop-up books. A first edition, published in 1887 by J F Schreiber of Esslingen, Germany, is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Tango Books 1st 1995
tall 4to. Very, very minor damage to base of spine at rear corner, o/w in F condition. 505 gms
(Order reference 15230 gms)
Pocket Books 1st 1996
large 4to. Very, very minor bumps + chips to covers. All pop-up and moveable elements working VG++ 730 gms
(Order reference 15355)
This unique collectible three-dimensional book depicts some of the most incredible voyages of Starfleet's finest vessels, from the original U.S.S. Enterprise to the Starship Voyager. 3D lenticular cover inset of the U.S.S. Enterprise. Illustrated by Sonia R. Hillios, Nicholas Jainschigg, John Eaves, and Clark Schaffer. Cover illustration by Nadre Davani. Designed and paper engineered by Chuck Murphy
Collins 1st 1978
8vo, glazed pictorial boards, all pop-ups and moveable elements working VG++ 325 gms
(Order reference 15450)
Octopus Books 1989
large 4to F. All pop-ups & moveable elements intact and working 570 gms
(Order reference 15465)
4to, slight bumps + wear to edges o/w VG++. All pop-ups in full working order 400 gms
(Order reference 15473)
This book is a reproduction of an antique pop-up book of the late 19th century. It unfolds to reveal six sights to be seen on a visit to the zoo. Rides on an elephant, feeding the lions, fierce tigers, fishes, the monkey house, and bear pit are all included in this exciting entertainment.
Kestrel Books/Viking Press 1979
4to, glazed pictorial boards F+. An adaptation of the antique 1884 original 385 gms
(Order reference 15562)
This book pops up to reveal six entertaining scenes from a travelling menagerie show, popular during the late nineteenth century. Anthea Bell has written a series of charming verses describing the acts. The Great Menagerie was originally published in 1884 by J. ESchreiber of Esslingen, Germany.
Kestrel Books 1979
tall 4to. All pop-ups + moveable elements working. Minor wear, bumps + evidence of use o/w VG+ 435 gms
(Order reference 15603)
Hamish Hamilton 1st 1981
4to, glazed illustrated boards. All pop-ups + moveable elements working F 475 gms
(Order reference 15622)
Dean & Son 1st 1968
VG++ 216 gms
(Order reference 2798A).
Ted Smart 1993
pop-up, v v min mrks o/w F 220 gms
(Order reference 3770).
Strand Pubs nd, inscr 1946
Bookano Living Pictures Series No.12
nine double page pop-up pictures, all complete, sl rbbing to top + edges of bds VG 740 gms
(Order reference 684A).