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Profusley illustrated with comic illustrations. Color illustrated paper wrappers, stapled, with black title lettering to front wrapper. No Add to Cart. Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, n. Illustrated by John Harrold. Pictorial boards. A Daily Express Publication. Philadelphia: David McKay, Publisher, Early printing. Original publisher's green decorative cloth stamped in black, white and sky blue. White printed dust jacket. Quite uncommon in dj.
A Story for Girls. Chicago: The J. Jones Stationery and Printing Co. Original pictorial wrappers.
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Dust Jacket. NY: Dial, Square 4to. Terra cotta cloth binding. Dust jacket. Boston: Published by S. Simpkins, Advert to penultimate page. Frontis, 4 internal wood engravings, tailpiece. Adverts last 10 pp. Florence's Return. These dikes are so immense, and they are so concealed by the houses, and trees, and mills, and even villages that cover and disguise them, that when the traveller first sees them he can hardly believe that they are dikes. Some of them are several hundred feet wide, and have a good broad public road upon the top, with a canal perhaps by the side of it, and avenues of trees, and road-side inns, and immense wind mills on the other hand.
When riding or walking along upon such a dike on one side, down a long slope, they have a glimpse of water between the trees.
On the other, at an equal distance you see a green expanse of country, with gardens, orchards, fields of corn and grain, and scattered farm houses extending far and wide. At first you do not perceive that this beautiful country that you see spreading in every direction on one side of the road is below the level of the water that you see on the other side; but on a careful comparison you find that it is so.
When the tide is high the difference is very great, and were it not for the dikes the people would be inundated. Indeed, the dikes alone would not prevent the country from being inundated; for it is not possible to make them perfectly tight, and even if it were so, the soil beneath them is more or less pervious to water, and thus the water of the sea and of the rivers would slowly press its way through the lower strata, and oozing up into the land beyond, would soon make it all a swamp.
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Published by Smk Books, United States Follow Rollo, and his friends, on their many adventures. You will have fun learning about subjects such as ethics, history, science, friendship and family.
He will take you on adventures around the block, and around the globe!. More information about this seller Contact this seller 9. Seller Inventory LIE More information about this seller Contact this seller Young Rollo is full of wanderlust again -- and yearns to visit the lands where he might see the immense, sea-stopping dikes, the great windmills, and the endless lines of the canals crossing the flat countryside.
But would it be better to visit in summer -- or winter? He has heard wonderful stories of Dutch women skating on the frozen canals to go shopping. When he asks Uncle George about it, his frequent traveling companion brings up a problem with either summer or winter -- for he speaks not a word of Dutch! Thank you for your article!
Stokes, great condition, blue cloth lining — no illustration or design embossed on the cover — simply the title. Presumably a christmas present from May to an unidentified recipient. Please submit photos of the book and an auction evaluation form on our website: secure.
I have stumbled across your webset by luck perhaps? I have a book published in July of if my reading of Roman numerals has not failed me from the Roycroft Shop, East Astoria. I have been tried to find a value on the book before my father died but it appears the prices are scattered all over the place.
The edition I own has a green suede cover, a hand-drawn portrait inside covered with vellum, the thick paper is not evenly cut to me-as an artist-it almost appears as handmade paper. Where would I find a more accurate price on this book? To find out what the value may be at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: secure.
Hi, just6 wondering if there is a reply to my questions of Nov. I have inherited a large collection of old books.
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I have found one that came with a dust cover that is not paper but a flower printed cardboard. Signed by him as a Christmas gift Published by Dorrance and Company Philidelphia. It came with a post card to order new books, a bulletin with his picture announcing his new books and a reprint of an article from The Sunday Vindicator, May 8, with a detailed story of the author.
The book is in excellent condition. To find out what your books may be worth at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: secure. It is a hard back in fairly good shape, has all the pages and a library stamp on the first blank pages. I have been quoted various prices from various people, few of whom i actually feel have any clue about what they are talking about.
Is it an actual first edition?
Rollo - Picture of Restaurant La Fe, Cologne
Any info or recommendations would be greatly appreciated. I have an Grams unraveled Atlas of the world. To find out what your atlas may be worth at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: secure. I paid bucks for it! To find out what your copy of Morals and Dogma may be worth at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: secure.
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Green cloth boards, no dust jacket. Book is in overall good condition. To find out what your Burroughs book may be worth at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: secure. Can you help me with where to look to see if the book is worth something?
Library of Congress catalog Card Number Addition to no. S for the Southern District of New York. There is a photo of Hampton Court covered by tissue paper in the front of the book. Can you please tell me if this is worth anything. These books are not something we would handle at auction. Hello, My mother has a full set of Funk and Wagnalls Encyclopedias from the s in perfect condition. They seem to be leather bound or some sort of very durable binding and have gold leaf on them.
I also have 5 boxes of vintage books that my senior in-laws want me to sell. Also, do Christian Bibles ever accumulate much value? Bibles need to be very special to be valuable. Also, collectors are interested in first editions of different Bible translations, and other landmarks in Bible scholarship. Caldwell Co. It was published by the John W. It does not give a year when they where published.