It can be said that the binding provides an atmospheric introduction to these famous stories rather than illustrating a particular aspect. Seller Inventory STa. More information about this seller Contact this seller Published by George Newnes About this Item: George Newnes, Condition: Fine. First Editions. Both volumes bound in dark green morocco with gilt edges and raised bands.
Adventures has blue marbled endpapers, Memoirs has blue endpapers. Both volumes are first editions with all first edition points including Adventures Violent for Violet on p. Both volumes are in fine condition. Beautifully bound with little signs of wear. Adventures has a one-inch square repair along top edge. A few old prices penciled on first blank page of each volume.
These are fine copies of this classic Sherlock Holmes set.
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Excellent customer service. Please email with any questions or if you would like a photo. All books come with free bookmarks. Ships from Southampton, New York. Seller Inventory ABE Published by John Murray, London About this Item: John Murray, London, Condition: Very Good. Octavo x mm. Illustrated edition, signed by Arthur Conan Doyle in Volume I, limited to copies, this copy is no. Includes 8 volumes from Original red cloth, titling to the spine, gilt lettering to front cover. All illustrations and frontispieces are in black and white colors, protected by printed tissue-guards.
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Signed by Author s. Seller Inventory Published by G. Newnes About this Item: G. Newnes, Condition: Near Fine. This fine first edition first printing of Arthur Conon Doyle s Adventures of Sherlock Holmes meets the first edition points and is bound in the traditional light blueish binding. First edition. First Printing. Edition notes: Front cover illust. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority!
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Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! Condition: Fair. This is a very nice book. The lettering is in gold gilt on the spine as well as the front cover, the fore edges are gold gilt also. General shelfwear, darkened spine, the corners and spine edges are fraying, rubbing extremities, some pages are foxing, and the first two pages are detached but present, text block cracked. Very beautiful book, clean body and unmarked text. Published by London: George Newnes, About this Item: London: George Newnes, Bound in the publisher's original stamped light blue cloth, all edges gilt, mild general handling to binding, inner hinges just starting but firm, gift inscription to half-title, generally clean and bright throughout, a much better copy then often encountered, VERY GOOD, housed in a leather backed slipcase, raised bands, gilt lettered spine.
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Mimeographed typescript, printed on rectos only. Bradbound in mimeographed studio wrappers. One inch closed tear at lower edge of upper wrapper, filing number stamp on upper wrapper, short tear at spine, otherwise very good or better.
A combined continuity and dialogue script for the film adaptation of William Gillette's play, directed by Alfred Werker, and starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, produced by Darryl F. The film ran eight reels, for a total of feet. Original scripts for any of them, even continuity scripts, are uncommon. Published by George Newnes, Limited. From: Paul Foster. London, United Kingdom.
About this Item: George Newnes, Limited. Illustrated with sixteen mono plates by Sidney Paget. A very good copy with the spine still rounded. The text and illustrations are clean and bright throughout. Publishers decorative red cloth, with the gilt decoration and lettering still bright and clean.
Small red stain to the very top outer corner of the front blank endpapers. Ink number 5 written to the top outer corner of the rear pastedown endpaper. Some minor bumping to the corners, edges rubbed and one small split 0. Published by Unpublished. About this Item: Unpublished. A Fascinating and Unique play script by one of Britain's foremost stage and screen actors.
Written in black ink on lined notepaper, with several detailed overwritten corrections. The Title-page is dated in red ink with the added pencil note "The Greek Present" and "Subject to alteration.
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Fastening clip rusted. From an early age enjoying the Arts, especially writing and acting.
The script is dated and was written when Alec Guinness was 15 years old. The aspiring actor's play is based on the Classic Sherlock Holmes detective short story which originally appeared in Colliers Weekly and was collected in "His Last Bow. Some Reminiscences of Sherlock Holmes. Audio CD.
Condition: Good. Books is in good condition. Some moderate creases and wear. This item may not come with CDs or additional parts including access codes for textbooks.
Might be an ex-library copy. Seller Inventory DS Published by George Newnes Ltd About this Item: George Newnes Ltd, More filters. Sort order. Shelves: audio-books , british-literature , read , short-stories , suspense-thriller. View 2 comments. I've started a random tour through some of the Sherlock Holmes stories in order to spot the allusions better in the Sherlock series. I've read every one of these at least once before many decades ago, so feel no need to read them in order. What I have found, and I'm guessing it was the case way, way back, is that I enjoy the shorter stories to the long novels.
They stay focused on the case, without the long histories that lead up to the crime that the novels contain. Jul 05, Laurie rated it liked it Shelves: grades , elementary , middle-school. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Booklist March 15, Vol. The rest of the book revolves around the mystery presented by a series of hieroglyph-like drawin Booklist March 15, Vol.
The rest of the book revolves around the mystery presented by a series of hieroglyph-like drawings, which becomes a case of murder most foul by the time Holmes susses out the villain.