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Some XII Lancers - Stories Collected by ...

By: Hobson CMG DSO, Lt-Col G W

Price: $684.00

Publisher: The King's Stone Press, Long Compton: 1936

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 63mx

Condition: Near Fine


272 pages (complete). A most gratifying and VERY RARE copy. Inscribed: "To Col Frank Douglas Pennant With the Best Wishes of The Author. From a Lancer to a Rifleman GWH 1942" on the first free page. The scarlet boards are healthy. The corners are knocked and there is light shelving wear to the edges. The spine is mildly sunned with shelving pressing to the head and foot. The spine is fit and healthy. The boards are steady and sound and sure. The frontis and end papers have handling and storage marks. The contents however are sublimely proud. They are thick, healthy, clean, c... View more info

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A History of the Mess Plate of the 88th The Connaught Rangers

By: Jourdain, Captain H F N

Price: $237.50

Publisher: Private / The Ballantyre Press, Edinburgh (printer): 1904

Seller ID: 25kx

ISBN: 1340694662

Condition: Very Good


148 pages (complete). A rare copy of this history of the 88th Connaught's mess silver. The Connaughts were well engaged in battle: in the Boer War for example they were involved at Colenso, Ladysmith, Spion Kop and Tugela Head. The boards are placid. They have sme wear and scuffing about from shelving and storage, some marks from handling. The Irish green boards have the 88th's insignia, in gilt, on the front. The spine has rubbed gilt titling and date of publication. The head and foot have wear. The spine is yet fit and contented. The contents are most pleasing. The pages are artist... View more info

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Die Wurttembergischen Regimenter im Weltkrieg 1914-1918 - Band 46 : Das Wurttenbergische Reserve-Feldartillerie-Regiment Nr 54

By: Klotz, Oberst a D

Price: $71.25

Publisher: Chr. Belser, Stuttgart: 1929

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 34kk

Condition: Near Fine


198 pages plus 32 pages photographs (complete). In German throughout. Teutonic font. A pleasing copy. The boards have scuffing, worn about the edges. They are sound. Cloth spine with gilt titling - benign and sure. The contents are most agreeable. They are very fresh, clean, clear, confident, dutiful, engaged, smart, tidy. fk. Orders over $50.00 are shipped using tracked courier delivery services. View more info

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The History of Lumsden's Horse: A Complete Record of the Corps from its Formation to its Disbandment

By: Pearse, Henry H S (Ed)

Price: $180.50

Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co. Ltd., London etc: 1903

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 42qv

Condition: Good


506 pages (complete). Please note that the final page is uncut. An aged, generously owned copy. The scarlet boards are much worn all about from use and storage. There are handling and storage marks all about. The spine is worn, faded. Nonetheless, the boards are sturdy and steady and efficient. The top edges are gilded (a little worn, but still insistent). The other edges are tanned. The early and later pages are much tanned and foxed. The contents have wear from use, occasionally spotted and blotted by foxing, sometimes marked by handling. The pages have some user wear to the corne... View more info

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The History of Lumsden's Horse: A Complete Record of the Corps from its Formation to its Disbandment

By: Pearse, Henry H S (Ed)

Price: $171.00

Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co., London etc: 1903

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 43rf

Condition: Good


506 pages (complete). Please note: the frontispiece is missing; the final page is uncut. A resolutely sturdy copy. The imperial scarlet boards are much scuffed, worn, marked all about. Stamped gilt titling (worn). The spine is grubby, worn, faded from head to foot. It is still efficient. Despite the detractions the boards are steady and sound. Black end papers. The early and later pages are tanned. Some page edges are ragged due to rough cutting. There are annotations (in pencil) throughout. Occasional spots of foxing throughout. There is evidence of avid use. Overwhelmingly, the... View more info