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    Birdsong

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    Birdsong By Sebastian Faulks First edition, first impression (Hutchinson, 1993). Publisher's original green cloth with silver lettering to spine and grey endpapers and paste-downs. A fine book, free from names and inscriptions, with just a touch of rubbing to bottom edge, in a near fine, unclipped dust jacket with mild wear to top edge and a tiny nick to foot of upper fore-edge. A bright and excellent copy.
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    Sharpe’s Sword

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    Sharpe's Sword By Bernard Cornwell First edition, first impression (Collins, 1983). Signed and inscribed by the author to the title page: ‘To Joyce, Who was bored alongside me. Love, Bernard Cornwell’. A uniquely personal inscription. Publisher’s original red boards with gilt lettering to spine. Some pushing to spine ends with a couple of trivial knocks to corners; a little spotting to edges and dustiness to top edge, but better than very good. The original and unclipped dust jacket has some very moderate edge wear and a touch of fading to the spine panel. A very nicely preserved copy of the fourth novel in the Sharpe series, bearing a unique inscription from the author.
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    The Leopard

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    The Leopard By Giuseppe Di Lampedusa First edition, first impression (Collins and Harvill Press, 1960). Publisher's original green cloth with lettering to spine in gilt. Very good or better with a previous owner name and date to title and light toning and a few spots to edges. The original and unclipped dust jacket is near fine with some moderate and isolated wear to spine tips and corners.
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    The Wolf Hall Trilogy – Complete Set of Signed Limited Editions

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    The Wolf Hall Trilogy By Hilary Mantel A complete set of signed limited editions of the books comprising the 'Wolf Hall Trilogy' (Fourth Estate, 2009-2020). The first two books won the Booker Prize with the final instalment reaching the Booker Prize longlist. Widely considered to be among the best works of historical fiction. Quarter-bound in black or red cloth, with lettering and motifs to spine and upper boards in gilt with ribbon marker. All as new and in their original seal. A beautiful and attractively produced set.
    £900.00
    £900.00