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Image for Across the Salt Seas. A Romance of War and Adventure (1898)

Across the Salt Seas. A Romance of War and Adventure (1898)

By: Bloundelle-Burton, John

Price: £10.00

Publisher: London, Methuen & Co.: 1898

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 00314

Condition: Fair


Original fine-ribbed red cloth. Spine sunned/darkened, evidence of removed bookplate at head of front board, speckled on rear board, a little foxing in text, undated signature on half-title. Otherwise a tight copy fair/good. View more info

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A Dead Reckoning (1904)

By: Bloundelle-Burton, John

Price: £25.00

Publisher: London, F. V. White & Co.: 1904

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 88028

Condition: Very Good


Original sage-green cloth, lettered in gilt. Lightly marked on boards, light scuffing, faint foxing, very good. One of Bloundelle-Burton's "Novels of To-day": a story of secret marriages, bigamy and blackmail. View more info

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John Brown Buccaneer (19080; Prince Rupert, the Buccaneer (1901); The Hispaniola Plate. A Tale of Two Centuries (1895); The Red Rover (1827)

By: Several Authors: George Griffith [ie George Chetwynd Griffith-Jones], C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne [Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne], John Bloundelle-Burton, J. Fenimore Cooper [James Fenimore Cooper]

Price: £25.00

Publisher: London, Various Publishers: 1910

Seller ID: 94111

Condition: Good


GRIFFITH, George [ie George Chetwynd GRIFFITH-JONES]: John Brown Buccaneer (1908). F. V. White & Co., nd (c1910). Bound with: HYNE, C[harles] J[ohn] Cutcliffe: Prince Rupert, the Buccaneer (1901). Methuen & Co., nd (c1910). Bound with: BLOUNDELLE-BURTON, John: The Hispaniola Plate. A Tale of Two Centuries (1895). Cassell & Co., 1901. Bound with: COOPER, J[ames] F[enimore]: The Red Rover (1827). J. Cunningham, 1839. Three Edwardian paperbacks and one early Victorian novels bound together (without original wrappers) in dark green leather over green boards; raised bands and gilt lettering on spin... View more info