Temple Press 16th revised and enlarged edn 1960
8vo, v min bmps + sl sunning to bds, sl wr + crsing to edges of d/w o/w VG/VG 675 gms
(Order reference 10079).
Arthur Barker 1st 1972
8vo, tiny chps and trs to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG+ 375 gms
(Order reference 10080).
Kaye & Ward 1st no date (c 1971)
4to, glazed pictorial boards VG++ 470 gms
(Order reference 10172).
Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1st 1976
4to, v v min wr to bd edges, sl crsing + wr to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG+ 970 gms
(Order reference 10183).
John Murray 1st 1989
4to pb unpaginated VG++ 415 gms
(Order reference 10284).
A & C Black reprinted with corrections 1950
8vo, sl wr, crsing + chps to d/w o/w VG++/VG 350 gms
(Order reference 10383)
Ebury Press 1st 1986
4to, v min bmps to bds, min wr, chps + crsing to d/w edges o/w VG+/VG+ 535 gms
(Order reference 10479).
Partridge Press 1st 1989
4to VG++/VG++ 1035 gms
(Order reference 10651).
David & Charles 3rd imp 1981
8vo, glazed pictorial boards, v v min bmp to bds, small name to fep o/w VG++ 365 gms
(Order reference 10653)
Impressions Print & Design 1st 1997
large 4to F+/VG++ 1095 gms
(Order reference 10683).
Kenilworth Press rep 1994
large 8vo pb 140pp, v v min wr to edges of cvrs, tiny crse to rear cvr o/w VG++ 340 gms
(Order reference 10718).
Pelham Books 1st 1975
8vo VG++/VG++ 465 gms
(Order reference 10936).
Simon & Schuster rep 1990
8vo F/VG++ 515 gms
(Order reference 10960A).
Patrick Stephens 1st 1990
8vo, minor creasing to d/w, neat name + date to front free endpaper o/w F/VG++ 490 gms
(Order reference 109730
Headline 1st 1996
8vo, tanning to page edges o/w F/F 425 gms
(Order reference 10987).
Countrywise Books 1st 1969
8vo, no d/w, sunning to spine o/w VG++ 285 gms
(Order reference 10995)
Ernest benn 1st UK 1978
8vo, v v min wr to btm edge of bds, sl crsing + sunning to spine of d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 370 gms
(Order reference 10997)
Carnegie Publishing 1993
4to F/F 585 gms
(Order reference 11056).
Stanley Paul 1st 1987
4to, glazed pictorial boards VG++ 540 gms
(Order reference 11159).
Adam & Charles Black 1st 1984
4to, glazed pictorial boards, tiny indents to fr bd o/w VG++ 385 gms
(Order reference 11176)
Parrs Wood Press 1st 2005
large 8vo M/F 600 gms
(Order reference 11310).
World's Work 1st 1980
8vo, tiny nick to d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 590 gms
(Order reference 11497).
Pavilion 1st 1984
4to VG++/VG++ 875 gms
(Order reference 11592).
Adlard Coles 1987
4to pb 248pp F 495 gms
(Order reference 11681).
Oxford Illustrated Press 1st 1989
4to, glazed pictorial boards in a similar d/w, fep mssg o/w VG++/VG++ 695 gms
(Order reference 11689).
T F M Publishing 1st 2004
4to, glazed pictorial bd. Dedication signed by author to title page. F. 960 gms
(Order reference 11762)
Breedon Books 1st 1995
large 4to, grey bds with gold titling to spine, min crsing to d/w edges + sl crsing + wr to hd of spine o/w F/VG+ 1010 gms
(Order reference 11790).
There are larger stadiums in the world, there are more impressive structures within half an hour's drive, but to Bolton Wanderers Football Club and its generations of supporters, Burnden Park has managed to capture both passion and excitement in its one hundred year history.
Every football ground in the country has a particular story to tell and Burnden is no different.
Built in 1895, on old barrels and cotton bales, the pitch became the most cambered surface ever seen in the Football League.
A great amphitheatrical bowl with neat fencing behind which the spectators observed not only football, but also athletics. The ground was opened on 17 August 1895 for the Wanderers' ninth annual meeting which attracted over 20,000 spectators.
The skyline was that of a typical Victorian industrial town, dominated by moorlands, factory chimneys, mills, rows upon rows of terraced houses and a unique railway embankment.
This book charts the history since then with memories of one hundred games played on the famous ground. From the FA Cup Final replay of 1901, known as Pie Saturday, to the ground's largest crowd of 69,012, a record set in 1933, and the disaster of 1946 when 33 people lost their lives. More recent events are also covered such as the demolishing of part of the Railway Embankment to build a supermarket and the possibility of long-term relocation.
Front cover shows: A recent aerial view of Burnden Park; Celebrations after yet another Cup `giant-killing', this time over Aston Villa in February 1994; On their way to the famous Wembley Final against West Ham, Bolton met Huddersfield in this third round match, where David Jack scored the only goal to send them through; The Trotters' most illustrious personality, Nat Lofthouse, whose 285 goals in over 500 appearances for Bolton and 30 goals for his country stand him amongst the greats of the soccer world.
Repvern Publishing no date
8vo pb 120pp F+ 255 gms
(Order reference 11838).
Soccer Books Ltd 1st 2002
4to, glazed pictorial bds
M 420 gms
(Order reference 11839A).
A highly detailed record of Everton’s managers, players, results and successes during 25 seasons.
Hodder & Stoughton 1st 1982
4to, v v min bmps to bds, sl crsing + wr + sl waterstaining to d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 625 gms
(Order reference 11862)
Stanley Paul 1st 1992
4to pb 96pp, v v min indents to cvrs, v v sl wr to edges of cvrs o/w VG++ 310 gms
(Order reference 11968).
Soccer Books 1st 2002
8vo, glazed pictorial boards F++ 415 gms
(Order reference 12076).
Elliot Rightway Books 2nd edn 1952
8vo, v v min bmps + wr to bds, wr, chps, crsing + closed trs to d/w o/w VG+/G+ 265 gms
(Order reference 12218)
Scottish Mountaineering Trust revised third edn 1972
8vo, red bds, gold titling to fr bd + spine, v v min wr to edges of d/w, small name to fep verso o/w F+/F 470 gms
(Order reference 12303).
Paragon 1st 1996
glazed pict bds in sim d/w F/VG++ 530 gms
(Order reference 1231).
Swan Hill 1st 1992
8vo, VG++/VG++ 415 gms
(Order reference 12348).
War Facts Press no date
8vo, gold titling to fr bd + spine, bmps + sl wr to bds, gift inscr dated 1950 to fr pastedown, ep mssg, sl splitting to hinges o/w VG 300 gms
(Order reference 12506).
Virgin 1st 1996
8vo, short split to fr edge of foldover o/w F/F 640 gms
(Order reference 12558A).
As the man in charge of Liverpool FC, Bill Shankly laid the foundations from which his club grew to become a major power in European football. In his time as manager, Shankly discovered a wealth of footballing talent, and the players whom he nurtured were destined to dominate the British game: among them were Steve Heighway, Ian St John, Ron Yeates, Kevin Keegan and Ray Clemence, to name only a few.
But Shankly was more than just a football manager. His quick~fire responses to impertinent questions, his blunt observations on the game and his straightforward honesty made him a folk~hero to the footballers and managers who followed in his wake. Kevin Keegan, himself now manager of Newcastle United, is just one of Shanks's former charges to pay constant tribute to the great man. Above all, though, Bill Shankly's memory is cherished by the countless thousands of fans for whom he was a leader, an example and an inspiration.
Memories of Bill Shankly will live on in footballing legend long after lesser names have been forgotten. For this full and frank biography, Stephen F. Kelly has interviewed many of Shanks's friends, family and former team~mates, including Tom Finney, Brian Hall, Phil Thompson, Geoff Twentyman and Denis Law. The story they tell is a powerful and inspiring tribute to the determination and achievements of a remarkable man.
Macmillan 1st 1998
8vo, min mrks to bds, v v min wrinkling to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG++ 545 gms
(Order reference 12601A).
Charles E Tuttle Co. 17th prtg 1987
8vo F/F 595 gms
(Order reference 12763).
A fully illustrated introduction to the traditional art of Japanese fencing-its essential nature and its basic techniques. The first book in English to describe and analyze this famous sport.
Over 100 photographs and drawings
Major subjects presented include
* origin and history of kendo
* basic kendo principles and techniques
* physical and psychological aspects of kendo
* relationship between kendo and Zen
* traditions governing kendo etiquette and techniques
Clear-cut descriptions of the most important strikes, offensive and defensive positions, and training exercises.
Grange Books 1994
4to, 525pp, glazed pictorial boards in a similar d/w, top, btm + foredge of pp sl grubby, v sl wr to d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 1465 gms
(Order reference 12999).
Arthur Barker 1st 1989
8vo, v v min bmps to bds, tiny area of tippex to fep, v v min wr to d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 685 gms
(Order reference 13060).
Sportsman's Press 1st 1992
small 4to F+/F 410 gms
(Order reference 13090)
The Crowood Press 1995
4to F+/F 865 gms
(Order reference 13092)
"A dry fly, properly fished, can bring more action and excitement than any other method of fishing. Here .is a comprehensive handbook for the serious trout fisherman." Chapters include: Trout senses; The trout's environment; Surface food - The trout's menu; The natural fly; The trout's view of the fly; Fishing the dry fly - Dry fly strategy; The art of representation; Dry fly design - The art of deception; Natural and artificial flies. There are also 36 pages of fly patterns with colour plates and a reasoned discussion of each.
Swan Hill 1st UK edn 1994
4to F+/F 1175 gms
(Order reference 13093)
Ward Lock 1st 1988
4to, black bds with gold titling to spine, area of water damage to rear bd, staining to inside price-clipped d/w o/w VG+/VG+ 855 gms
(Order reference 13368).
Stanley Paul 1st 1957
8vo, maroon bds with white titling to spine, v min marking + sunning, prev owner's name + address to fep o/w VG+ 180 gms
(Order reference 13388).
Ringpress 1st 1993
4to, v v min shelfwear to bds, v v min wr to d/w edges o/w F/VG++ 590 gms
(Order reference 13396).
Tiger Books International 1994
large 4to, glazed pictorial boards in a similar d/w, v v min marking to endpapers + pastedowns, stain to inside d/w + short closed tear o/w VG++/VG+ 1000 gms
(Order reference 13400).
Crowood Press 1st 1991
4to, glazed pictorial boards, gift inscr to fep o/w F 435 gms
(Order reference 13492).
Stanley Paul 1st 1991
4to M/F 690 gms
(Order reference 13532).
Hamlyn 1st 1980
4to, glazed pictorial boards in a similar wrapper, wr to d/w edges + tiny piece mssg at base of spine, page edges v sl tanned o/w VG++/VG+ 360 gms
(Order reference 13651).
Breedon Books 1st 2004
8vo M/F 520 gms
(Order reference 13793).
Blandford Press 1st 1980
8vo, v sl wr to base of bds, neat prev owner's name + date to fep VG++/VG++ 360 gms
(Order reference 13863).
Bois d'Arc Press 1st 1993
8vo F+/F+ 695 gms
(Order reference 13950).
Bois d'Arc Press 1st 1994 8vo F+/F+ 765 gms
(Order reference 13951).
Landy Publishing 2006
8vo stapled sftback 80pp F 160 gms
(Order reference 13996A).
Souvenir Press rep 1986
4to, v v min wr to bd edges o/w VG++/VG++ 510 gms
(Order reference 14028).
More Than Ninety Minutes 1997
landscape fmt 4to pb 200pp, min bmps + wr to edges of cvrs, sl dmge to hd of spine o/w VG++. No. 655 of a limited edn of 5625. 1120 gms
(Order reference 14065).
Shire Publications 1st 1989
8vo stapled sftbk 32pp, gift inscr to inside of fr cvr o/w F 75 gms
(Order reference 14124A).
Fell and Rock Climbing Club
8vo, slight sunning to sightly grubby covers o/w VG++ 245 gms
(Order reference 14332)
Cicerone Press rep 1978
small 8vo pb 69pp, cvrs v sl grubby o/w VG+ 90 gms
(Order reference 14334).
Cicerone Press revised 1985
8vo pb 192pp VG++ 235 gms
(Order reference 14337).
Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1985
small 4to pb 144pp, v min bmps + wr to edges of cvrs o/w VG+ 310 gms
(Order reference 14360).
Batsford 1st 1977
8vo, blue cloth cvred bds with gold titling to spine VG++/VG++ 380 gms
(Order reference 14416)
St Hughes Press 1st 1949
small 8vo, v min wr to slightly grubby bds o/w VG+ 145 gms
(Order reference 14539).
Breedon Books 1st 1990
8vo F/F 745 gms
(Order reference 14547).
Faber & Faber rep 1969
8vo, tan cloth cvred bds with gold titling to spine, min staining to bds, sl wr + rubs to sl dulled d/w o/w VG++/VG 450 gms
(Order reference 14670).
Clara GAA Club 1994 (?)
large 4to, black boards with gold titling to front board + spine. Inscription to fep, v v slight wear + 1 short tear to d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 1460 gms
(Order reference 14824).
Richard Dennis 1st 1997
large 4to, glazed pictorial boards F. With companion volume: A Compendium of British Jigsaw Puzzles of the 20th Century - 4to softback 44pp VG++ 940 gms
(Order reference 15012)
Chronicles many significant and exciting developments in jigsaw puzzle production during the 20th century.
Model Aeronautical Press 1956
8vo pb 64pp, tears, creasing + small pieces mssg from covers, prev owner's notes inside back cover o/w G++ 65 gms
(Order reference 15023)
Fell and Rock Climbing Club of the English Lake District 1950: small 8vo, fawn cloth-covered boards with red titling to front board + spine. Slight wear + some dulling to covers o/w VG+ 200 gms
(Order reference 15056)
Breedon Books 1st 1985
8vo, blue boards with gold titling to spine F/F 790 gms
(Order reference 15072)
Willow Books 1st in paperback 1990
large 4to paperback 144pp. Very, very minor wear to edges of covers o/w VG+ 630 gms
(Order reference 15254)
Elm Tree/Hamish Hamilton 1st 1981
M/F 204 gms
(Order reference 1527).
George Sanderson no date (2007?)
4to paperback 200 pages. Slight wear + slight creasing + dogearing to covers + first few pages o/w VG+ 685 gms
(Order reference 15319)
George Routledge & Sons no date (advert at rear references 1905)
8vo, red boards with black titling to front board + spine with image of bearded batsman to front board. Wear + abrasion to boards with taped repair to front hinge o/w VG 235 gms
(Order reference 15370)
Cascade Press 1982
8vo, stapled softback 30 pages. Minor bumps + wear o/w VG+ 80 gms
(Order reference 15604)
Football Heroes Publishing 2009
4to hardback, glazed pictorial boards F++. Includes tributes and over 100 rare and previously unseen photographs and illustrations. 560 gms
(Order reference 15718)
Crowood Press 2005
8vo paperback 190 pages F 460 gms
(Order reference 15729)
Pelham Books 1st 1979
small 4to, green boards with silver titling to spine VG++/VG++ 385 gms
(Order reference 15813)
Adam & Charles 1st 1946
small 8vo, green boards with brown titling to spine. Dulling to top + bottom edges of boards, very minor bumps, spotting to endpapers + pastedowns. In remains of of badly torn + worn d/w VG/P 175 gms
(Order reference 15843)
sm stn to top of pp o/w F/F 552 gms
(Order reference 190).
Brown, Son & Ferguson 2nd edn 1937
no d/w, bk sl cocked, min bmps, University College School of Navigation Southampton award plate to fep o/w VG+ 458 gms
(Order reference 1989).
Headline 1st 1999
F/F 624 gms
(Order reference 2048).
In this tense and often moving narrative, Bertrand Piccard and Brian Jones, the pilots of the Breitling Orbiter 3 balloon, tell the remarkable story of their record breaking round-the-world flight in March 1999, one of the great feats of human endurance.
By the time Piccard and Jones took off from Switzerland they had already had to overcome many problems, and the prospects of winning the race to be first round the world looked poor — a rival balloon was days ahead of them. Yet in the end they made history. The flight was a triumph not only of technology but of the human spirit.
During their 30,000-mile nineteen-day voyage, they survived numerous crises: for two days they lost communication with the world below, at one point they were almost overcome by poisonous fumes, and at 35,000 feet — with the outside temperature minus 50°C — their heating failed and water froze inside their tiny gondola, no bigger than a lift cage.
By the time they reached the Gulf of Mexico, their fuel had run perilously low, and their decision to carry on across the Atlantic reflected their courage and determination to succeed where others had failed. The further they flew, the more they became convinced that they were being guided by some invisible hand which brought them repeated strokes of good fortune.
Using their log book, journals and photographs taken on board, Piccard and Jones have brought their marathon flight vividly to life, capturing many moments of high tension and emotion. Their account tells of an epic adventure but shows also how two very different characters forged a unique relationship in the most challenging circumstances of their lives.
Crowood Press 1st 1992
min bmp to bds o/w F/F 662 gms
(Order reference 2092).
Hodder & Stoughton 1st 1982
F/F 956 gms
(Order reference 2094).
Cassell 1st 1971
sl sunning to bd edges o/w F/F 944 gms
(Order reference 2095).
Robson 1st 1989
min bmps to bds o/w VG++/VG++ 722 gms
(Order reference 2103).
Robson 1st 1993
min bmps to bds, min wr to d/w o/w VG++/V++ 728 gms
(Order reference 2105).
Nutshell 1st 1989
(Order reference 2107).
Willow Books (Collins) 1983
v min bmp to bds o/w F/F 1180 gms
(Order reference 2110).
Hodder & Stoughton 1st 1991
price clipped F/VG++ 416 gms
(Order reference 2122).
Daily Mirror 1969
4to, glazed pict bds, v min bmps, sp sl 'crushed' but no internal dmge VG+ 518 gms
(Order reference 2136).
Stanford Maritime 1st 1979
min bmps to bds, sl crsing to d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 748 gms
(Order reference 2137).
Select Editions rep 1989
glazed pict bds in similar d/w F/VG++ 1060 gms
(Order reference 2213).
John Bartholemew 1st 1974
F/F 392 gms
(Order reference 2218).
Grafton 1st 1987
F/F 470 gms
(Order reference 2223).
Crowood Press 1st 1985
Very, very minor sunning to top edge of boards, very minor creasing/curling to d/w edges + 1 small tear o/w VG++/VG+ 1015 gms
"This book thankfully does not follow this well-trodden path [that angling books often do], taking as it does anglers, even those with scant experience, a good way down the path to success." (From the foreword by John Wilshaw, editor of Trout Fisherman magazine). Chapters include: Fly tying instruction - tools, modern materials, personal techniques, tying a wet fly, tying a nymph, tying a lure, tying a leaded nymph, specialist dubbing mixes, using deer hair, common mistakes in fly tying, tying a whip finish; entomology and the artificial - Corixa, Chironomids, the olives, crane fly, fly feeding trout, shrimps and golice, dragon and damsel flies, the sedges, phantom midge, leeches, Caenis, snails, mayflies, miscellaneous; recent developments - rats tails, dog and frog nobblers, the waggy lure, tube flies, tandems and multi-hook rigs, buoyant lures, the palmers, specials from America; major stillwaters - Blagdon, Rutland Water, Grafham, Lough Mask and Lough Carra, Chew Valley, Loch Watten and the Hill Lochs, Pitsford Water, Queen Mother Reservoir, Tittesworth Reservoir, Ardleigh, Draycote, Eyebrook, the gravel pit fisheries, natural trout lakes, the small fisheries. Appendices give fly tyings and a list of reservoirs.
Lambourn 1st 1990
4to, landscape format, signed by author on 1/2 title F/VG++ 638 gms
(Order reference 2346).
Hutchinson/Hodder & Stoughton 1st 1975
min bmps to bds, cancelled name to fep, chps, sm trs + sm amt of loss o/w VG+/VG 646 gms
(Order reference 2405)
Sidgwick & Jackson 1st 1982
VG++/VG++ 434 gms
(Order reference 2504).
Stanley Paul 1st 1965
v min bmps + wr to bds, wr, chps + tiny tr to d/w + sl grubby o/w VG+/VG- 378 gms
(Order reference 2506).
Elliot's 1st 1963
minor bumps to boards, boards very slightly grubby, d/w price clipped, grubby and with minor wear o/w VG/VG 234 gms
(Order reference 2860)
"No matter how rapid the advance of technology during the next twenty-five years or so it is a fairly safe bet that the fabricating of flies for fishing will still be by hand." And so it has proved. Chapters include: General materials; Natural insects; Two useful knots and other items; Some fly-dressing terms; Parts of trout fly; Dressing Spider dry fly; A down-winged pattern; Dressing a winged dry fly; Creating a nymph; The Winged Mayfly; Trout-fly dressings; Lures, demons, terrors and streamers; Dressing salmon-flies; Dressing a Thunder and Lightning and a Durham Ranger; Famous salmon-flies and dressings; Salt-water flies; Fins, swivels and otters; Spoons, Devons, minnows and worm tackles; Salt-water artificials and odds and ends.
Andre Deutsch 1st 1999
M/M The fascinating story of Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski's tennis year 505 gms
(Order reference 3024).
Nautical Publishing Co. 2nd imp 1971
8vo, v v min wr to bds, min crsing to top edge of d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 660 gms
(Order reference 3055).
F/F 438 gms
(Order reference 38).
Guinness Superlatives 1980
F in F d/w in protective wrap 706 gms
(Order reference 386).
W H Allen 1st UK edn
v min wr + dulling to d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 950 gms
(Order reference 3984).
Sidgwick & Jackson 1st 1981
8vo, sunning to bd edges, min crsing to d/w edges o/w VG+/VG+ 540 gms
(Order reference 4148).
Mainstream Publishing 1st 1995
8vo F/F 700 gms
(Order reference 4149).
Liverpool FC has long been recognised as one of the greatest football clubs the world has ever known. Hugely successful throughout the 1970s and 1980s, with a record~breaking string of Championship and Cup wins at home and in Europe and a legendary support, it was widely believed that Liverpool were untouchable. But a series of disasters struck the club and almost broke its spirit: the tragedies of the Heysel Stadium and Hillsborough were compounded by the controversies of the Souness years.
With the growing strength of Manchester United, Newcastle, Blackburn and half a dozen other clubs in the Premiership, many of the game's observers predicted that Liverpool's fortunes would never again be revived.
Now, however, with the 1995 Coca~Cola Cup won and a place in Europe guaranteed for season 1995~96, things are looking up. And one man has seen the club through all the highs and lows of the last three decades: Stan Liversedge, known to the Anfield legions as the editor of the club's match~day programmes, was on the inside of this world~renowned institution for almost twenty years. His unrivalled access to the club's top players, its managers, backroom staff and its board of directors gives Liverpool from the Inside a fascinating authenticity. Ian Rush and John Barnes sharing their view of Graeme Souness; Bruce Grobbelaar defending himself against corruption allegations; and Peter Beardsley describing how Kenny Dalglish was ready to sign him for a record fee ~ and how Graeme Souness eventually sold him. Stan Liversedge writes about how and why the club makes its major decisions, about the effects of stress on managers and in chronicling the triumphs, tragedies and tarnished image of Liverpool FC, no one is better placed to reveal the inner workings of a club which has undergone massive upheaval in recent years.
Grafton Books 1st 1986
8vo, min bmp to bds, v v min crsing to d/w edges, sm name to fep o/w VG+/VG+ 870 gms
(Order reference 4150).
Bloomsbury 1st 1996
8vo F/F 570 gms
(Order reference 4153).
Kingwood Press 1st 1989
8vo, v v min bmps to bds, v v min crsing to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG++ 560 gms
(Order reference 4154).
Corgi Books 1st 1978
4to pb 83pp + 4pp of publisher's ads, v vmin wr to edges of cvrs o/w VG++ 230 gms
(Order reference 4177).
Pelham 1st UK 1974
lge 4to VG+/VG 1330 gms
(Order reference 493).
Robert Hale 1st '81 VG+/VG 614 gms
(Order reference 494).
Alfred A Knopf 1st US edn 1978
lge 4to VG/VG 1295 gms
(Order reference 495).
Herbert Jenkins 1st 1956
8vo, v min indents to fep, v v min crses to d/w + 1 v short tr o/w VG++/VG++ 360 gms
(Order reference 6214).
H F & G Witherby 2nd revised edn 1970
small 8vo, v v min bmps to bds, ex libris plate + v small mrk to fep, d/w has been covered in clear self-adhesive film o/w VG++/VG++ 225 gms
(Order reference 6413).
Pelham Books second imp before publication 1966
8vo, no d/w, v v slightest wr to bds + v v sl dulling to base of sp o/w VG++. Scarce. 370 gms
(Order reference 6458A).
J A Allen & Co. 1st 1973
4to, wr, chps + dulling to d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 670 gms
(Order reference 6691).
Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway Co. Ltd no date
small 8vo stapled booklet 32pp, sl brning to edges of cvrs o/w VG+ 45 gms
(Order reference 6697)
Hodder & Stoughton 1st 1990
8vo, v min crsing to d/w edges o/w F/VG++ 480 gms
(Order reference 6822).
In 1990 the racing world celebrated the fortieth running of the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes. Regarded as one of the greatest races in the world, it is a superb middle-distance test in which horses of different generations battle for supremacy. For forty years, Ascot has witnessed some of the most memorable moments of racing history on Diamond Day. The winners Nijinsky, Brigadier Gerard, Mill Reef, Busted, Ribot, Nashwan - make up a roll of honour that reads like a post-war history of the turf.
Stephen Brie has written a history of this race, depicting all the triumphs and disappointments, the epic encounters (who could forget Grundy and Bustino in their "race of the century"?) and the colourful characters that have helped to make it a uniquely great event. Diamond Days is a colourful, illustrated year-by-year account of astute comment and thrilling commentary.
W H Allen 1st 1971
large 8vo, v v min wr to bd edges, chps, tiny trs and curling to top edge of d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 840 gms
(Order reference 6880).
Breedon Books 1st 2000
4to F/VG++ 550 gms
(Order reference 6882).
Exactly how close was Howard Kendall to signing for Shankly? Did Graeme Sharp's constant whinging at the referees ever get them to change their mind about one single decision? How much did Alex Young earn when he first arrived at Goodison Park? And what went through Kevin Sheedy's mind when he flicked the V sign to the Kop?
But more importantly, does Andy Gray sound like Marge Simpson when he sings? Can Duncan McKenzie still jump over a Mini? And does Paul Bracewell ever wish he'd been chosen for a shampoo commercial?
All those nagging questions, which have bothered you for years, are answered right here and now in the most candid and forthright collection of interviews ever given by the royal blue heroes of past and present.
Talking Blue cuts straight to the chase with the questions submitted by disenfranchised Evertonians via the miracle of the World Wide Web and asked by the only woman with the temerity to do so, Becky Tallentire.
John Lane The Bodley Head 1904
8vo, leather covered soft covers, gold titling and device to fr bd, rubs + wr to edges of cvrs, wr to spine, approx half of spine mssg o/w VG 275 gms
(Order reference 7201).
Cicerone Press 1st thus 1992
8vo pb 199pp F+ 220 gms
(Order reference 7206).
Pelham Books 1st 1987
4to, bmps to bds, v v min spotting to inside d/w + v v min wr o/w VG+/VG+ 685 gms
(Order reference 7207).
M/M 494 gms
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Pelham Books 1st 1974
8vo, d/w in library-style protective cvr
F/F 385 gms
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Arthur Barker 1st 1979
F/VG+ 690 gms
(Order reference 750).
Cheshire Country Publishing 1st 1989
8vo, gold titling to fr bd + spine, v v min crsing to d/w edges o/w F/VG++ 465 gms
(Order reference 7536)
Michael Joseph 1st 1973
landscape format 4to, printed decorative boards in a similar d/w. Closed tr to fr of d/w o/w VG++/VG++. Based on the film 'Fangio' by Hugh Hudson and Giovanni Volpi. 690 gms
(Order reference 7538)
Stanley Paul 1st 1982
8vo, d/w price-clipped o/w VG++/VG++ 430 gms
(Order reference 7759).
Arthur Barker 1st 1972
8vo, v min wr to d/w edges, d/w price-clipped, VG++/VG+ 340 gms
(Order reference 7894).
Magna Books 1995
glazed bds VG++ 356 gms
(Order reference 800).
Carnegie Press 1st 1989
8vo, v v sl wr to bd edges, v v sl crsing to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG++ 550 gms
(Order reference 8018).
Macdonald & James 1st 1977
sm mrks to fr pastedown + fep o/w VG/VG 642 gms
(Order reference 804).
A & C Black 1st 1972
8vo, ex lib, fep mssg, sl wr + chps to d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 380 gms
(Order reference 8044).
H F & G Witherby 1st 1993
VG++/VG++ 532 gms
(Order reference 805A).
Ward Lock 1st 1968
8vo, v min crsing to d/w edges o/w VG+/VG+ 430 gms
(Order reference 8069).
sm tr to sp of d/w VG+/G++ 930 gms
(Order reference 807).
Marshall Cavendish 1st 1979
8vo, wear + sunning to bottom edges of boards, slight creasing + wear to d/w edges, waterstaining to inside of d/w top + bottom edges G++/G++ 435 gms
(Order reference 8081)
Detailed and well-illustrated beginner's guide to all aspects of fishing for trout and salmon, originally published as part of the Marshall Cavendish "Fisherman's Handbook" as a magazine series. Although no author is credited in the book, authors were given in the original weekly series. Many good authors contributed, including: Frank Guttfield , Graham Marsden, Harvey Torbett, Paul Saunders, Alwyne Wheeler, Fred J. Taylor, Des Brennan, Richard Walker, Kevin Clifford, John Wilson, John Bailey, Barrie Rickards, Neville Fickling, and many more. NB. Some of the authors above many not have contributed to this particular volume.
Partridge Press 1st 1987
VG++/VG+ 832 gms
(Order reference 808A).
Guinness Superlatives 1980
VG/VG 1080 gms
(Order reference 809).
Pelham Books 1st 1986
8vo, v min crsing + wr to d/w o/w F/VG+ 470 gms
(Order reference 8122).
Davis-Poynter 1st 1979
8vo, sl bmps + wr to bds, wr to edges of d/w o/w VG+/VG+ 345 gms
(Order reference 8141).
Williams & Norgate new edn 1913
8vo no d/w, impressed titling + image to fr bd + titling to sp; v min bmps to bds o/w VG+ 715 gms
(Order reference 8339).
Impressions Print & Design 1st 1997
large 4to F+/F 1090 gms
(Order reference 8363).
Pavilion 1st 1991
large landscape format 4to F+/F 1385 gms
(Order reference 8397)
Arthur Barker 1st 1979
4to F/F in library type d/w protector 625 gms
(Order reference 8434A).
Everton Football Club have scored more points in the League than anybody (over three thousand) and have had a record number of seasons in the First Division. Their devoted fans can be found around the globe.
Derek Hodgson traces the history of this incredible club from its early beginnings at Anfield through its remarkable record of seven League titles and three FA Cup wins. The all~time greats are brought to life again ~Joe Mercer, G. G. Jones, Albert Geldard, Alex Stevenson, Tommy Lawton ~ and, of course, the immortal Dixie Dean, whose sixty goals in the Championship~winning 1928 season remains the record. Crammed with pictures from the nineteenth century to such modern~day stars as Bob Latchford, this book will delight Everton's followers everywhere.
Gilbert Upton 1st 1992
8vo pb 99pp, v sl crsing to fr cvr o/w VG++ 205 gms
(Order reference 8464A).
Arthur Barker 1st 1978
4to, no d/w, min bmps + wr to v v slightly grubby bds o/w VG++ 600 gms
(Order reference 8481A).
K C Hick 1985
4to, blue clth cvred bds with gold titling to spine F+/VG++ No. 232 of a limited edn of 750. Signed by club captain Derek T Holden on title p. 910 gms
(Order reference 8506A).
Grant Books 1st 2001
4to, M/F+. No. 134 of a limited edn of 750. 740 gms
(Order reference 8509A).
K C Hick 1985
4to, v v min wr to bds, wr, chps, sl creasing + 1 small tr to d/w o/w VG++/VG. No. 286 of a limited edn of 750. 900 gms
(Order reference 8516A).
Didsbury Press 1st 1991
landscape format 4to pb 208pp, v min crsing to fr cvr, v v min wr to edges of cvrs o/w VG++ 530 gms
(Order reference 8576).
Marlborough rep 1991 VG+/G+, signed by author 430 gms
(Order reference 86).
Breedon Books 1st 1990
8vo, v v min bmp to btm r h cnr of fr bd, d/w neatly price-clipped o/w F/VG++ 750 gms
(Order reference 8632).
Archive Publications 1st 1989
4to pb unpaginated VG++ 540 gms
(Order reference 8655).
Pelham Books 1st 1967
8vo, no d/w, wr to bds, fep mssg, spine shaken o/w VG+ 575 gms
(Order reference 8829)
A+C Black rep 1944
no d/w, bmps to bds, grubby, mrks to feps, sm split to rear hnge o/w G++ 150 gms
(Order reference 884).
landscape format 4to pb F
(Order reference 9188)
Letts 1st 1992
16mo, inscr to fep verso, glazed bds in sim d/w F/VG++ 156 gms
(Order reference 927).
Unwin Hyman 1987
uncompleted 'this book belongs to' stamp to fep F/VG+ 620 gms
(Order reference 940).
Nicholas Kaye 1st 1965
4to, no d/w VG++ 515 gms
(Order reference 9467).
Patrick Stephens 1st 1990
VG++/VG+ 486 gms
(Order reference 960).
T & A D Poyser 2nd edn 1975
8vo. Very, very minor bumps to boards o/w VG++/VG++ 365 gms
(Order reference 9761)
This book has been designed to cover the written and oral examinations syllabus of the Private Pilot's Licence. For this second edition the authors have made a number of small changes and corrections throughout the book, but more major revisions occur in the chapter on Aviation Law to take into account new regulations and amendments since the first edition. Illustrations.
Bantam Press 1st 1986
8vo, v v sl tanning to page edges o/w VG++/VG++ 565 gms
(Order reference 9853).
4th imp large 4to, v min bmps to bds, small closed tr to d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 1240 gms
(Order reference 9968).
Hodder & Stoughton 1st 1978
8vo VG++/VG++ 490 gms
(Order reference 9951A).
Patrick Stephens 4th imp
large 4to, very minor bumps to boards, small closed tear to d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 1240 gms
(Order reference 9968)
Stirling Moss reviews his outstanding career against the framework of more than 80 different car types which he drove in Formulas 1 , 2 and 3 , Indianapolis-style oval speedway racing, sports, GT and saloon car events. Foreword by Juan Manuel Fangio.