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By: GUNN, Thomas.
Publisher: Launceston, Footprints in the Past: 2016
Seller ID: 35181
Special issue: only ten copies thus were produced, with only five made available for sale. These were numbered 6 to 10 and signed by the author. 8vo. 168pp, illustrated in b&w. Synthetic cloth with dustwrapper. A fine clean (new) copy. ISBN 0995411603 View more info
By: JOHNSTON, Ian M.
Publisher: Kenthurst, NSW, Kangaroo Press: 1995
Seller ID: 24551
4to. 178pp, index. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper (spine sunned, short closed tear near head of spine, now in protective sleeve). A very good clean copy. ISBN 0864177305 View more info
By: BACON, Francis.]
Publisher: London, Printed for Hanna Barret and Richard Whittaker, and are to be sold at the Kings Head in Pauls Church-yard: 1625
Seller ID: 35288
12mo. [ii] (title, verso blank), 308pp (last blank). The title within a narrow double-ruled border, text within a wider double-ruled border, leaving a blank marginal column (for notes?). Contemporary full calf, neatly rebacked with the unlettered spine laid down. Hinges strengthened with Japanese tissue. Lacks a preliminary blank leaf? Title-page is slightly off-centre and a little rubbed along its head edge. The text somewhat offset on some pages in the latter third of ... View more info
Publisher: Huntingdon, Bluntisham Books / Paradigm Press: 1986
Seller ID: 3984
Facsimile edition of 1000 copies. xxii, 194pp. Decorated canvas cloth with dustwrapper (now in protective sleeve). A fine clean copy. ISBN 0948285060 ***The 'first public edition', with a preface by Lord Shackleton and an introduction by John Millard. A high quality facsimile of the first book printed, for private circulation, at Cape Royds, Antarctica, in 1908. View more info
By: SCHOLES, Paul.
Publisher: Kilmore (Vic), Lowden: 1979
Seller ID: 35297
#51 of 500 copies, signed by the author. 4to. 282pp, well illustrated in colour and b&w. Quarter bound in dark tan leather and canvas cloth, with the slipcase. The slipcase was issued with the Pottery's symbol in fired clay mounted into its upper face, but this is now missing. The book is in very good clean condition, although the cloth on the upper board has some light foxing around the device stamped into the cloth (and underneath where the clay inset from the slipcase... View more info
By: GEE, Helen (ed).
Publisher: Hobart, The Wilderness Society: 2001
Seller ID: 25115
First edition, special issue of 500 copies numbered (this is #130) and signed by the editor. 4to. 378pp, well illustrated. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. Printed on 'totally chlorine free' recycled paper. A fine clean copy. ISBN 1875768092 ***Short contributions from many (most?) of the activists involved in the campaigns to preserve Tasmania's native forests. View more info
Publisher: Sydney, Craftsman House: 2005
Seller ID: 35191
(Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Craft.) Small square 4to. 144pp, well illustrated in colour. Soft covers. A very good to fine clean copy. ISBN 0975730398 ***Published in conjunction with Object Gallery, for a touring exhibition. View more info
By: MacPhail, Myles:
Publisher: Hobart Town, Myles Macphail: 1867
Seller ID: 35247
8vo. vi (adverts, page v with the large folding Yearly Advertiser, laid down on linen), [x] (prelims, but here LACKING THE FOLDING MAP), 40 (adverts, with index), 200pp. Original cloth, decorated in blind, lettered in gilt; extremities a little rubbed, name scraped from front paste-down endpaper. Neat recent repairs to head and tail of spine and both hinges. A nice clean copy, but without the map. ***Ferguson 12118. View more info
By: HAY, William.
Publisher: London, George Allen & Unwin: 1929
Seller ID: 6400
First edition. 414pp. Original cloth with the dustwrapper featuring a Beattie photograph of Lake St Clair. The front lower corner slightly bumped, the wrapper a trifle chipped at the extremities, otherwise a very good clean copy. With the publisher's small 4pp booklet 'Opinions of the Press on Strabane of the Mulberry Hills' [all positive you will be surprised to hear]. *** The story concerns the disappearance of the wife of Heylin Tamlash, the owner of the Tasmanian est... View more info
Publisher: Sydney, Allen & Unwin: 2004
Seller ID: 18701
#176 of the special issue of 650 copies. Case-bound in linen, title blind-stamped on upper board, with matching slipcase. Large square 4to. 154pp, lavishly illustrated in colour. The book in fine clean condition, the rear panel of the slipcase has a few small holes (nibbled?) in the cloth. ISBN 1741143543 ***The large temperate rainforest in north-west Tasmania; the subject of much environmental controversy. View more info
Publisher: Hobart, Brian Winspear: 2002
Seller ID: 15302
8vo. 354pp, a few illustrations. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. Owner's small name label on front endpaper. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0958104603 View more info
Publisher: Launceston, Prestige Bookbinders: 1988
Seller ID: 4549
Facsimile edition. #181 of 500 numbered copies. First published in Hobart by Maitland & Krone, 1900. Two volumes. 629 & 427pp, well illustrated. Bound in blue half-leather and cloth, gilt decorations (in imitation of the original), with matching slipcase. A fine clean set. View more info
By: FROST, Alan.
Publisher: Melbourne, Miegunyah Press (MUP): 2003
Seller ID: 35245
(Miegunyah Press Series 2, number 46.) 1000 copies. xiv, 383pp, colour plates, maps, figures, tables. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. A fine clean copy. ***Signed by the author. View more info
By: PADDLE, Robert.
Publisher: Melbourne, Cambridge University Press: 2000
Seller ID: 11431
First edition. Large 8vo. 274pp, illustrated. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0521782198 ***From the author's PhD thesis. Paddle 'challenges many conventional ideas about the species and the causes of its extinction'. While acknowledging that he has 'stood unashamedly on Eric Guiler's shoulders', the book often concentrates on the differences in interpretation between the two (although he also makes the point that there are fe... View more info
By: CHAUNCY, Nan.
Publisher: London, Oxford University Press: 1969
Seller ID: 6007
Illustrated by Victor G. Ambrus. First edition. 154pp, text illustrations. Red cloth with dustwrapper. The front endpaper has a 35x100mm piece of plain tape (no inscription, does not appear to be obscuring one either) in the centre of the page. Otherwise a very good clean copy. View more info
Publisher: London, Henry Colburn: 1827
Seller ID: 35296
In two volumes. [viii], 348pp (last blank) & [iv], 348pp. Contemporary binding of tan half calf and marbled paper sides, spine decorated in gilt and with title labels and raised bands; the extremities a trifle rubbed. All edges sprinkled brown, owner's bookplates on both front paste-downs (a little offset to the free endpaper), a few light spots of foxing on the first few leaves, otherwise a very good clean set. ***Ferguson 1141a. The final chapter is 'Nights in the Guar... View more info
By: WARD, Malcolm.
Publisher: Orford (Tas), Family and Property History Research: 2016
Seller ID: 34943
4to. 112pp, well illustrated, index. Soft covers. Fine (new). ***Signed by the author. ISBN 0980307031 View more info
Publisher: London, Wesleyan Conference Office: 1879
Seller ID: 27668
Sixth edition. Small 8vo. viii, 382pp, tissue-protected frontispiece with facsimile signature. Original green cloth with black decoration and blind, lettering on cover and spine in gilt ( head, tail and edges of spine, and corners a little rubbed). Edges yellowed and a few spots on some pages, mostly on first and last few leaves; otherwise a very good clean copy. ***English-born Powell (1822-68) grew up in Tasmania and later worked for a Launceston merchant and auctione... View more info
By: TRYON, Thomas.
Publisher: London, Printed by H.C. for R. Baldwin: 1691
Seller ID: 35244
[title continues] ...and the particular nature of all things requisite for the life of man as all sorts of meats, drinks, air, exercise &c., with special directions how to use each of them to the best advantage of the body and mind. Shewing from the true ground of nature whence most diseases proceed and how to prevent them. To which is added a treatise of most sorts of English herbs with several other remarkable and most useful observations, very necessary for families. ... View more info
By: SPROD, Dan.
Publisher: Sydney, John Ferguson: 1977
Seller ID: 8534
With introduction and commentaries. #22 of 150 copies thus, signed by Dan Sprod. Small 4to. pp, 204 b&w photographs. Black half leather and blue cloth, gilt publisher's device on upper board. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0909134065 View more info