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Image for The Plague Ship. Original penny paperback in the “SPCK Penny Library of Fiction” series rebound without covers with 17 other titles in the one volume.

The Plague Ship. Original penny paperback in the “SPCK Penny Library of Fiction” series rebound without covers with 17 other titles in the one volume.

By: HENTY G. A.:

Price: £900.00

Publisher: London, Brighton & New York, SPCK, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1889 1st edition:

Seller ID: 78265


Hardback, 8.5 x 5.5 inches. Pebbled maroon cloth covers with gilt lettering and gilt line banding to spine. In very good condition. Minor rubbing to edges. Endpapers darkened and front free endpaper clipped at top edge. Some light yellowing and scattered foxing. Else a very tight and clean copy. Very scarce. 5 b&w illus. in text, (ii), [3]-32. The “SPCK Penny Library of Fiction” appeared on a regular basis, each issue containing 32 pages bound in a colour paper cover. Some copies were sold separately while others where bound up without covers into volumes containing six separat... View more info

Image for DASH & DARING. Stories told by G. A. Henty, G. Manville Fenn, David Ker, W. H. G. Kingston, Reginald Horsely, and many others.

DASH & DARING. Stories told by G. A. Henty, G. Manville Fenn, David Ker, W. H. G. Kingston, Reginald Horsely, and many others.

By: HENTY, G A.:

Price: £65.00

Publisher: W. & R. Chambers 1898 1st:

Seller ID: 75624


Nice blue pictorial cloth, bevelled edge covers with gilt lettering to front and spine. In very good condition, corners bumped and edges slightly rubbed, a couple of small marks to cloth. Bookseller stamp to front endpaper, some odd few marks else inside pages generally very clean and tight throughout. 8 b/w plates by W. H. C. Groome. First letter decor.& chapter vignettes. 414 pp. Cat.2 pp. "On the Spanish Main" (pp. 1-80). AND: "Joe Polwreath, The Hunchback", (pp. 81-116). View more info

Image for THE BOY'S OWN ANNUAL. Vol.23. PLUS THE VERY SCARCE “Summer Number for 1901”, containing HENTY’s :”Down a Crevasse”. (Dec 1st 1900- Sept.29, 1900).

THE BOY'S OWN ANNUAL. Vol.23. PLUS THE VERY SCARCE “Summer Number for 1901”, containing HENTY’s :”Down a Crevasse”. (Dec 1st 1900- Sept.29, 1900).

By: HENTY, G. A. / MANVILLE FENN / WAIN, LOUIS / and others:

Price: £165.00

Publisher: "Leisure Hour" Office 1901:

Seller ID: 78372


Tall 8vo. Bound in dark grren cloth with gilt title on spine. First two parts are not bound in which includes three plates. In good condition. Some light rubbing on edges, front board is faintly marked. Some light foxing, and a few minor marks. 9 coloured plates (mostly chromo.plates). Also many smaller black & white ills.by LOUIS WAIN. Also one full page black & white illustration of Cricket team, which includes G.A. Henty. Pages 130 to 824 pp. & “Summer number” 64 pp. with 2 EXTRA coloured chromo. plates. Stories include: MANVILLE FENN: Something Like a Snake / etc.; View more info

Image for 52 Further Stories for Boys. Contains: "The Burman's Treasue," (pp.11-23). Ed.by A.H.Miles.

52 Further Stories for Boys. Contains: "The Burman's Treasue," (pp.11-23). Ed.by A.H.Miles.

By: HENTY, G. A.;

Price: £38.00

Publisher: Hutchinson & Co. n.d. ca1925, (8th thou):

Seller ID: 75994


(Size 8x5 ins.) Red pictorial cloth hardback lettered in black with white colouring to front and spine. In very good condition. Corners slightly bumped. Spine faded. Endpapers darkened. One or two small handling marks else pages very clean and tight throughout. An nice tight copy. Illustrated, 7 full page b&w plates. 460pp; Cat.4pp; The HENTY story was not printed elsewhere. Contains stories by many othes, incl.G. MANVILLE FENN: His Lordship's Leg. View more info

Image for How the Drummer Boy saved a Regiment. IN:  STORYLAND (pp. 7 - 14). A Volume of Original Pictures, Stories, and Verses. Written by G. A. HENTY, L .T .Meade, G. Manville Fenn, Evelyn Everett-Green, Paul Creswick, F. E. Weatherly, Maggie Browne, Sheila E. Braine,  etc.,etc. And illustrated by Ada Dennis, E. Stuart Hardy,  E. Lance, Hilda Robinson, and others. Ed.& arranged by Alfred J. Fuller.

How the Drummer Boy saved a Regiment. IN: STORYLAND (pp. 7 - 14). A Volume of Original Pictures, Stories, and Verses. Written by G. A. HENTY, L .T .Meade, G. Manville Fenn, Evelyn Everett-Green, Paul Creswick, F. E. Weatherly, Maggie Browne, Sheila E. Braine, etc.,etc. And illustrated by Ada Dennis, E. Stuart Hardy, E. Lance, Hilda Robinson, and others. Ed.& arranged by Alfred J. Fuller.

By: HENTY, G. A:

Price: £90.00

Publisher: Ernest Nister/ E.P.Dutton & Co. (1900):

Seller ID: 81276


Tall 8vo. Red cloth spine. Stiff glossy pict.paper covers ( 2 girls dressed up in flowing garment playin panpipes, with pigeons in the foreground and a fountain behind). In good condition. Back cover a bit scratched. Corners rubbed. Spine slightly dulled. Inscription on front endpaper. Else a clean and tight copy. 12 col.chromo.plates. Many b/w ills.; 144 pp. Scarce item. Newbolt 160. 1 (first issue) with number 1505 on title-page. View more info

Image for Yule-tide Yarns. With Fotry-five Illustrations.

Yule-tide Yarns. With Fotry-five Illustrations.

By: HENTY, G.A.(ed):

Price: £38.00

Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co. London. 1899 1st edition.:

Seller ID: 70246


Size 5.5 x 7.75 inches. In light brown cloth covers with gilt to spine and decorated front. All edges gilt. Black endpapers. In good condition. Spine slightly darkened and rubbed. Boards slightly rubbed. Corners slightly bumped. Neat inscription to half title page, dated 1899. Small marks and foxing spots throughout. C98l 370pp. 45 b/w plates. Each story illustrated by a different artist. Selection of stories by various authors. Includes; Chateau and Ship by G.A.Henty, Longitude Ten Degrees by Robert Leighton, A Soldier’s Vow, by David Ker, A Jungle Drama by George Manville Fenn. A coup... View more info

Image for Yule-tide Yarns. With Fotry-five Illustrations. Re-Issue.

Yule-tide Yarns. With Fotry-five Illustrations. Re-Issue.

By: HENTY, G.A.(ed):

Price: £20.00

Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co. London. 1901 2nd edition.:

Seller ID: 78673


Hardback, 8 x 5.5 inches. In light brown cloth covers with gilt to spine and decorated front. Beveled edge boards. All page edges gilt. Black endpapers. In very good condition. Spine slightly darkened and rubbed at ends. Boards slightly rubbed at edges and corners. Neat inscription and schhol stamp to front endpaper “C. Ernest Smith, 195, Garrison School South Colchester.” Light stain to bottom inner corner of title & contents pages. A couple of small marks and foxing spots , else a very clean and tight copy. 370pp. 45 b/w plates. Each story illustrated by a different artist. S... View more info

Image for The Golden Story Book “No. 3800. Printed in Bavaria.”

The Golden Story Book “No. 3800. Printed in Bavaria.”

By: MANVILLE FENN, G.: PARRY, D.H.: HENTY, G.A.: BRAINE, Sheila: WEEDON, L.L.:

Price: £150.00

Publisher: London & New York, Ernest Nister, E.P. Dutton & Co., n.d. ca1890:

Seller ID: 78628


Hardback, 10.5 x 8.5 inches. Half bound with dark purple cloth spine and colour illustrated paper covered boards. In very good condition. Corners bumped and edges rubbed, some minor rubbing to cloth on spine. Some minor darkening and rubbing to boards. Cracked between front endpapers. Some darkening and tanning to pages with some minor handling marks and spots else pages very clean and tight throughout. 108pp. + 3pp adverts. With b&w full-page and smaller illustrations, colour tipped-in frontis plate. Early Henty. View more info