No dog-eared pages. The binding is solid - no cracked hinges.
There are no previous ownership inscriptions. An attractive copy in a protected wrapper.
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Our Collections Search. Sign up to our newsletter. London, Editions Poetry London, , First printing. Blue boards. Thin, flexible boards a mite bowed; book a little leaned; minor rubbing to spine tips; VG otherwise. Light green dust jacket has a fingernail size chip to foot of darkened spine; spine rubbed to folds; chips and tears to head of spine and along top edge of panels; long tears to front panel; just fair, but all printing still present.
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Williams' second collection of Taliessin poems concerning King Arthur. A scarce book.
Steven Temple Books Professional seller. Catalogue: Modern Literature. Add to shopping cart More information. London, Editions Poetry London.
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Hard Cover. First edition. Browned, else very good, front board slightly creased, in clipped dustwrapper, browned, heavily chipped and torn at spine and corners. Taliessin poems.
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Toby English Professional seller. London, Oxford University Press. Third impression. Foxing to edges, endpapers and some pages, good in patterned paper boards, corners bumped, spine chipped and a little torn. First Edition first printing. Slim 8vo. Blue cloth lettered in gold at spine. Top edge lightly dust marked. Printed on slightly substandard wartime economy paperstock, yet still a very good copy in non-price-clipped dust wrapper, somewhat darkened and rubbed, with two areas of fairly small loss from the head of the front panel, two fractions of smaller edge-loss and a two-inch closed tear and accompanying creasing.
A one-page preface by the author precedes eight lengthy Arthurian poems. Clearwater Books Professional seller. Frankfort, Ky, Kentucky Historical Society, Sound binding. Clean and bright pages. Wrappers are clean with light handling wear. Contents: The uncommon wealth. Ramage and Teters, Public reactions to Ulysses S. Smith, "To hue the line and let the chips fall where they may": J. Winston Coleman's Slavery Times in Kentucky reconsidered. Bowman, Synthesizing Southern slavery: a review essay. Williams and Harris, Kentucky in a statistical overview.
Table of contents of Volume , Very Good with no dust jacket. Cats Cradle Books Professional seller. Catalogue: History. Private Printing, Full leather covers with gilt lettering fading to spine with a few nicks, marbled endpapers and front endpaper detached.
Typed carbon copied pages neatly bound and indexed, with two original photographs plus photograph of Rev. Benajah Williams and his wife pasted in. A bit of marginalia and handwritten corrections. An uncommon and one of a kind first edition genealogy of the Williams family - Benajah Williams married Jerusha Smith in McCormick Books Professional seller.
Catalogue: Genealogy. London, Arthur Barker. Cloth, 8vo. Spine title slightly rubbed. Slight wear to head of spine.
Small coloured crayon mark to f-fep. Otherwise very clean and tidy internally. Bookcase Professional seller. London, Arthur Barker, Used - Good. Good hardback no dust jacket 1st ed. Cotswold Internet Books Professional seller. Utrecht, Vrijzinnig Christelijke Jeugdcentrale, zonder jaar.