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“GOODWIN, John” – [GOWING, Sidney David, 1877-1943] : BLACKMAIL.

“GOODWIN, John” – [GOWING, Sidney David, 1877-1943] : BLACKMAIL.

London : Amalgamated Press, [1910]. First edition. Kenneth Thorne, self-made merchant prince, handsome bachelor of Grosvenor Square and Cornhill, has eyes only for his typist. Daily Mail Sixpenny Novel No. 109.
Demy 8vo (22cm). 4,vi,170pp. Decorative title by Garth Jones and three dramatic plates by Ernest Francis Sherie (1869-1929). Original pictorial wrappers – a striking design by Gil; worn at foot, with partial loss of series number; short split at head; upper wrapper slightly nicked and creased; lower wrapper spotted; a good and sound copy of a scarce, fragile and rather handsome production. Just two copies (British Library and Biblioteca Nacional de Chile) traced in major libraries worldwide.

£40

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“RICHARDS, Frank” – [HAMILTON, Charles Harold St. John, 1876-1961] : [COVER TITLE] THE TERROR OF THE TONG!

“RICHARDS, Frank” – [HAMILTON, Charles Harold St. John, 1876-1961] : [COVER TITLE] THE TERROR OF THE TONG!

London : Amalgamated Press, [1936]. First edition. Harry Wharton, Bob Cherry, Hurree Jamset Ram Singh, the immortal Billy Bunter, and the rest of the Greyfriars Remove in an extraordinary Chinese adventure. Schoolboys’ Own Library No. 271.
Pott 4to (18cm). 96pp. Original pictorial stapled wrappers; spine reinforced with tape; some minor wear, creasing and slight spotting; staple rusted, but a good and serviceable copy. Just a single copy (National Library of Scotland) located in major libraries worldwide.

£20

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“WENTWORTH, Charles” : [DROP TITLE] WIDE AWAKE FOR WEMBLEY!

“WENTWORTH, Charles” : [DROP TITLE] WIDE AWAKE FOR WEMBLEY!

London : Amalgamated Press, (1931). First separate edition. The Crusaders use a haunted house as their training headquarters for their F. A. Cup campaign – “rousing yarn of football and mystery”. No. 281 in the “Boy’s Friend Library” series, originally published in “Boy’s Realm” in 1928. Charles Wentworth was a house-name used by several Amalgmated Press writers.
Foolscap 4to (19cm). 64pp. Original pictorial stapled wrappers; some wear at foot; some marking; staple rusted, with some internal holing, but a good copy of a fragile item. No copy located in any major library worldwide.

£20

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