Australia: International Churchill Society, 1989. Original Wrappers. Octavo. Publication Whole Number 5. Churchill Series: Number 2. Includes order form from The Rt. Hon. Sir Winston Churchill Society for a Reception. Near fine in original wrappers with git lettering. Minimal fading spine, owner name stamp title page. 64 pp.
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London: Reprint Society, 1955. Hard Cover with Dust Jacket. Octavo. A fine copy in a very good+ dust jacket with minimal edge wear. Dust jacket scarce. A very nice book. xv, photographic illustrations, 368 pp.
London: Macgibbon & Kee, 1959. First Edition. Hard Cover with Dust Jacket. Octavo. A fine copy in a very good+ dust jacket with sunning spine, minimal edge wear. 327 pp.
London: Johnson, 1962. First Edition. Hard Cover with Dust Jacket. Octavo. SIGNED AND INSCRIBED "SINCERELY YOURS" BY PHILIP LIVINGSTON ON FFEP. Owner inscription above author's inscription. Very good+ copy with slight edge wear in a very good+ dust jacket with minimal edge wear. x, 254 pp.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1893. Hard Cover. Octavo. Eighth American edition. With "Preface to the Fifth (English) Edition. The "new and completely revised edition." The 1st American edition (Jan., 1892) ran to only 421 pps because it excluded many of the more "adult" scenes. A "new and revised edition"...
New Hampshire: International Churchill Societies, 1990. First Edition. Original Wrappers. octavo, 104 pages; original light blue pictorial wrappers. Illustrated in black and white and color. With letter from the editor laid in. A fine, unmarked copy, with wrappers fading at spine.
Washington (2000): The Churchill Center. First Edition. Original Wrappers. octavo, 140 pages, original printed wrappers. Illustrated with black and white photos. A fine unmarked copy.
London (1941): The Harrow School Book Shop. First Edition. octavo, 101 pages, original blue cloth printed in gilt. Illustrated with black and white photos. Internally clean and bright, with no markings of any kind.
New York (1970): W. W. Norton. First Edition. octavo, 96 pages. price of $4.95 on front flap. Contains the text of Alistair Cook interviewing Eisenhower at Gettysburg. Illustrated with numerous black and white photos. Internally clean and bright, with no markings of any kind.
Ottawa (1941): Director of Public Information. First Edition. Original Wrappers. 12mo, pictorial wrappers, illustrated in black and white. Contains the text of a speech given by Mr. Churchill to the House of Commons in Ottawa, on December 30, 1941, just 22 days after America entered the war; introduction is by...
Melbourne: The Henry George Foundation, 1941. First Edition. Original Wrappers. second impression, which was 10,000 copies. 12mo, 16 pages, light green pictorial wrappers, fading at edges. Contains the text of 2 speeches delivered by Churchill, one on May 4, 1909 and another on July 17, 1909. Two binder holes punched...
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1944. First Edition. octavo, 179 pages, publisher's maroon cloth, pictorial dust jacket. Price of $2.50 on front flap of dust jacket; several news articles about dogs in the military, laid in. Neat owner name on half-title. A lovely copy, in a very good dust jacket.
Toronto: Canadian Association of Broadcasters, 1941. First Edition. Original Wrappers. octavo, 32 pages, original pictorial wrappers. A critical appreciation by noted commentator and writer John C. Reade. With bookplate of Station CJOR: "Here is our CHURCHILL BOOKLET from Station CJOR Vancouver. Write this Station, enclosing 25c, for additional copies. Proceeds...
Toronto: The University of Toronto Press (1940). Original Wrappers. octavo, 33 pages; original blue printed wrappers. A rare booklet "Reprinted from The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, August, 1940." A very good copy, internally clean and bright. Frontis of Sir Winston S. Churchill in black and white.
Columbus: The F. J. Heer Printing Co., Publishers, 1936. Second Edition. octavo, 888 pages; illustrated in black and white, with photos and 10 maps most folding. Original binding by "Smith-Crafted, Chicago" is quite striking. Internally clean and bright, with no markings of any kind. A very good+ copy, as issued without dust jacket.
New York (1972): Walker and Co. First American Edition. octavo, 228 pages; publisher's gray cloth, spine printed in gilt; pictorial dust jacket is price-clipped. Illustrated in black and white. "The Toyshop was one of the most famous and successful of all the British secret 'back rooms' of World War II...
Toronto (1956-1958): McClelland & Stewart Limited. First Canadian Edition. four volumes, Publisher's Presentation Copy, SIGNED by publisher John McClelland, on a tipped-in page, in volumes II, III and IV - edition limited to 350 copies. This set is presented to J. F. K. English, Ed.D., with his signature in volume...
New York: Doubleday & Company, 1946. First Edition. 8vo, 320 pages, original green cloth, spine printed in gilt; dust jacket with $3.00 price on front flap, map end papers. SIGNED by the author on half-title. Internally clean and bright, with no markings of any kind; bookplate.
Annapolis (1975): Naval Institute Press. First Edition. Large octavo, 3 volumes in beige cloth, in publishers cloth covered slipcase. Volume I, 1847-1889, 718 pages; volume II, 1890-1901, 745 pages; volume III, 1902-1914, 873 pages. As issued, without dust jackets; near fine copies in a near fine slipcase; internally clean and...
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1943. First Edition. octavo, 283 pages; publisher's maroon cloth, tan printed dust jacket. Published during WWII, One By One is a scathing indictment of the isolationists, who made possible Hitler's plan of world conquest. Internally clean and bright, with no markings of any kind.
Moscow (1978): Progress Publishers. First Edition. 8vo, 390 pages; original beige cloth, black laminated dust jacket, printed in blue and white. Importers label on rear panel: "Imported by Imported Publications, Inc......." Translated from the Russian by Kenneth Russell. Internally clean and bright, with no markings of any kind.
London (1960): Macdonald & Co. Ltd. First Edition. 12mo, publisher's original pictorial glazed boards; 60 pages. Internally clean and bright, with no markings of any kind.
New York: The Viking Press, 1958. First Edition. 233 pages, top edges stained red; price of $3.95 on front flap. Minor wear at jacket extremities, short closed tear top of front panel, a trace of fading at jacket spine. Goldstone & Payne A37.
New York (1970): Simon & Schuster. First Edition. first printing with no book club statement on front flap and with price of $795; top edges stained yellow, and with "20497" at lower right of rear panel of dust jacket, small fold corner of rear flap; neat owner name on FEP...
Boston (1936): Ben Burk, Inc. First edition, third printing, and the last printing preserving the original text. 12mo, 160 pages, maroon pictorial cloth, pictorial end papers. Light wear at extremities; internally clean and bright, with no markings of any kind.