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By Arthur Conan Doyle
First edition, first impression (London: Smith Elder & Co, 1896) with advertisements to rear. Quarter bound in brown leather with five raised bands, black labels and gilt lettering with marbled boards. A fine copy with just a touch of toning to edges.
Very Good, Jeeves
By P.G. Wodehouse
First edition, second impression (Herbert Jenkins, 1931).
Minor spine slant with some mild rolling to spine ends; gift inscription to front endpaper dated 1934; mild scattered foxing to edges; contents very nice and clean, except for a touch of very faint and occasional spotting to first and last few pages. Very good indeed.
The dust jacket has a significant amount of loss to spine ends and to lower panel with several small nicks and tears; occasional abrasion to edges and to fore-edge of upper panel; some discreet tape reinforcements to verso.
By Boris Pasternak
First UK edition, first impression (Collins and Harvill Press, 1958).
Publisher's original red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Near fine with a touch of spotting to bottom portion of fore-edge and a couple of isolated spots to front paste-down and endpaper. The original and unclipped dust jacket is very good or better with an area of abrasion to top of spine panel and a few small nicks to top edge.
The Outward Urge
By John Wyndham
First Edition, First Impression (Michael Joseph, 1959). Light toning to edges; dustiness to top edge of text block; spotting to top edge of and rear paste-downs. Original and unclipped dust jacket has a closed tear to top edge of front panel; some abrasion and a small nick to bottom corner; abrasion to top edge of spine panel; light edgewear with some soiling to rear panel.
On Chesil Beach
By Ian McEwan
First edition, first impression (Jonathan Cape, 2007). Signed and dedicated by the author: 'To Allan, Ian McEwan'. Copies that have been signed and dedicated are considerably less numerous that those that have just been signed. Shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 2007 and recently adapted to film in 2017.
Fine in a fine dust jacket.