Psychobabel & Skoob Books (United Kingdom)

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    • JOHN MILLER, 1813
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover (no jacket; half-bound in deep red leather with gilt decorations on spine). Second edition. xi, 173pp. Minor marks and wear on boards; page block is discoloured. Bookplate on front pastedown. Age-related marks at points within - nothing unexpected for a book of this age. All text is clear. 'By the Authors of Rejected Addresses, or the New Theatrum Poetarum'. TS Used Read more
    • D. C. DIVRY, 1967
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover. Jacket is slightly worn; extremities are marked, with taped repairs to nicks on most. Boards beneath are also a little worn, with taped repair to one edge. Page block and endpapers are marked, with previous owner's name penned on FEP. A handful of creased page corners; marks on a few pages in second half. Content is clear. With a typewritten recipe for meatballs laid in. TS Used Read more
    • CLARENDON PRESS, 1985
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover and jacket, from the collection of Tony Honore - his name penned on front pastedown. Two or three slightly creased page corners. A very good copy. TS Used Read more
    • JONATHAN CAPE, 1974
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover (no jacket; printed boards). First printing, in very good condition. Publisher's label on rear board; slightly worn spine ends; clean, sound interior. TS Used Read more
    • ARTHUR BARKER, 1988
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover - first edition, in unclipped jacket. A hint of general shelfwear and a few minor marks on jacket; the lightest of foxing on page block. Page edges a little tanned, as can be expected; all text is clear. A very good copy. TS Used Read more
    • JONATHAN CAPE, 1968
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover (no jacket, as issued; protected in publisher's mylar, with Cape price label on inner flap). One or two instances of minor exterior wear; boards are slightly bowed. Interior is clean and sound - text and illustrations are clear throughout. TS Used Read more
    • COLLINS, 1945
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover - first printing - signed and dedicated by author on FEP ("To Major & Mrs Yates, with [???] good wishes from The Author, Beatrice Holden, March 1st 1947"). Unclipped jacket is slightly marked, with several nicks and one or two longer tears; shelfworn, particularly on spine, with a little loss at ends. One or two minor, general marks within; all content is clear. With Lionel Edwards' line drawings in text, a colour frontispiece, and a double-page colour illustration following p.12. TS Used Read more
    • MACMILLAN, 1932
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover. First edition, in original unclipped (10/6) jacket. Jacket is foxed and worn, with a few scuffs, one or two small punctures, and several nicks (two of the longer ones discreetly repaired with tape on underside); minor loss at spine head (not affecting titles). Minor foxing at endpapers. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown (beneath jacket flap); another on FEP, aong with penned gift dedication dated Oct. 16th, 1934. Interior otherwise clean and sound; text and Aldin's B&W and colour illustrations are clear throughout. TS Used Read more
    • MAX NIEMEYER, 1989
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover (no jacket) in German language. Ex-academic library, though never issued, with shelfmark label over spine foot, label on front pastedown, barcode and (blank) lending history on FEP, and stamps on title page and page block foot. Text is clear throughout. Beihefte zur Zeitschrift fur Romanische Philologie Band 230. TS Used Read more
    • CLARENDON PRESS, 1978
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover without jacket. From the collection of Tony Honore, with his name penned on FEP, and slight abrasion on front pastedown where once his nameplate would have been. Pages appear clean throughout - all text is clear. TS Used Read more
    • JONATHAN CAPE, 1964
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover - first printing. No jacket, as issued. Printed boards are a little worn; spine slightly more so. Negligible wear and the lightest of foxing on page block. Content is clear throughout. TS Used Read more
    • ILIFFE BOOKS, 1971
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover without jacket. Ex-academic library: abrasion on front pastedown; lending history on FEP, label on rear pastedown; stamps on page block and title page. Minor mark on BEP. Content is clear throughout. TS Used Read more
    • CLARENDON PRESS, 1984
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover. Jacket is slightly loose, worn and tanned, with small label on rear. Text is clear throughout. Very good in good jacket. TS Used Read more
    • PALGRAVE, 2002
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover and jacket in very good condition. Jacket's spine is very slightly sunned. Text is clear on clean, sound pages. TS Used Read more
    • ALSTON RIVERS, 1931
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover (no jacket, as issued: bound in two shades of cloth for a half-leather effect; gilt titles on front board). A few small marks and light wear on exterior. Poem penned on FEP by author, signed "Ken, 1943"; further poem penned on BEP, signed "KWS", clipping of a further poem ('Home Thoughts by Ariel') stuck to rear pastedown, with "KWS" penned at bottom; several typewritten sheets of poetry laid in, some with emendations. Previous owner's name pencilled on front pastedown. All text is clear. An interesting copy. TS Used Read more
    • T. B. PETERSON, 1836
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover (no jacket, as issued). Undated: green boards; gilt titles and black ruling on front board and spine; vii, 192pp; 'Taking the Vow' frontispiece, with illustrations in text ("upwards of forty monochrome engravings"). Published in Philadelphia by T. B. Peterson; printed for U. S. Protestant Association. Preface dated 1836. More photos on request. Boards are slightly worn; rear is marked. Slightly cocked. Page block is a little tanned; previous owner's name penned on front pastedown. A few creased page corners. Content is clear throughout. TS Used Read more
    • OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2014
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover and jacket, with score on front from storage; otherwise very good indeed - an unread copy. TS Used Read more
    • ENITHARMON PRESS, 1997
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover, limited to 50 copies, hand-numbered 31/50 and signed by author. An excellent clean copy, issued without dust jacket, and protected in acetate. TS Used Read more
    • ROSNER & SEIDL STIFTUNG, 2016
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    • Bibliographic details: Hardcover (no jacket; decorated boards) with German language text. A very good copy with no significant faults. TS Used Read more
    • LLANERCH PUBLISHERS, 1993
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    • Bibliographic details: Paperback Llanerch facsimile of the 1855 edition. A very good copy, with just a hint of wear to spine, and with clean, sound pages. TS Used Read more
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