THE TIGERS OF SUBTOPIA And Other Stories
GB: Penguin, 1984. 1st Thus. Paperback. VG+. (3 copies) (Book ref. p06693) £4.75
My Five Tigers.
1956 1st ed. Illustrated by Peggy Bacon, Slim 8vo. VG/Fine in Fair-Good dw. (Book ref. 95) £9.50
Tigers are Better Looking, with a selection from The Left Bank.
London: Deutsch, 1968. First edition. Very good in very good, un-clipped dw. (Book ref. 66) £20.00
A Hand-Book to the Carnivora: Part I - Cats, Civets and Mungooses
London: Edward Lloyd, 1896. In the series "Lloyd's Natural History". VG HB in brown cloth boards quarter-bound in green/gilt leather. Surface has rubbed off spine, which is now tan/gilt. 5 raised bands on spine with gilt decoration, and gilt titles in panels. Spine very worn. Small chip out of lower edge of ffep. 312pp with 32 superb coloured plates, plus in-text drawings. Pages clean & tight with no inscriptions. (Book ref. 66375) £40.00
The King of the Tigers
London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, 1888. [First Edition]. Brown hardback pictorial cloth cover. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover rubbed. Inner hinges cracked. Prize inscription on fep. viii, 344pp +32pp adverts :: B/w illustrations throughout :: 190mm x 130mm (7" x 5") (Book ref. e1846) £68.00
"JJ Fedorowicz Publishing, 289pp, 2011" "New hardback copies. : The history of the Tiger Tank Company of the 3. SS-Panzer-Division Totenkopf. Illustrated with wartime b/w photographs and 16 pages of colour illustrations. " (Book ref. 36121) £79.99
"THE TIGERS: 6TH, 7TH & 8TH (SERVICE) BATTALIONS OF THE LEICESTERSHIRE REGIMENT"
"Leo Cooper, 288pp, 2000" "New paperback copies. : The first major history of the Leicestershire Regiment in the Great War to be published since the 1930s. Illustrated. " (Book ref. 36797) £19.99
Life of James O'Malley late Corporal, 17th Leicestershire Regiment, 'Royal Bengal Tigers' edited by himself.
Montreal: Desaulnier's Printing Co., 1893 first edition 192 pages. Small 8vo. A very good copy in the publisher's brown cloth with royal arms and title in gold within gold rules on the front board. Mainly Crimea. One of those books that used to be hard to find on this side of the pond but which is widely available on the net and was presumably always common in Canada where O'Malley retired. No doubt he occupied his retirement by selling his memoirs at fairs. (Book ref. 60841) £45.00
INTRODUCING THE CAT FAMILY.
nd; Spring Books, London.. First UK. Book-VG; Dj-VG- (edgewear/chips and protective covered). 8x11"; 580g; 88pp. Profuse b/w photos of the cat family by the author. Translated into English by George Theiner. " A study in words and pictures of the Cat Family" (Book ref. 211763) £11.00
THE AIR WAR IN THE PACIFIC: AIR POWERLEADS THE WAY.
1966. Ward. UK.. First. Book-Fine. Dj-Good some fading to spine. 9x7.5; 348g. 88pp. B/w photos throughout text. Maps. .This is volume thirteen of the illuminated history of World War Two. Number 1603, originally published in the United States of America. This volume is devoted to the role of airpower in the first phase of the second world war, including Japan's control of the Pacific Ocean from Pearl Harbour to Singapore in the few weeks during December1941. (Book ref. 57586) £15.00
1969. Citadel. First.. Signed by author. Fine. Dj Fine. 9x6. 53pp. 249g. This is a delightful, deep and thought provoking collection of some of Craig Williamson's best poetry. (Book ref. 27578) £18.00
Saving the Tiger
London: Michael Joseph, 1981. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 0718119916 Bright unclipped pictorial dustjacket, no previous ownership marks, green cloth binding, 120 pages, foreword by Sir Peter Scott, colour + b/w illustrations, bibliography, scientific names of the species, index. Complete account of the species and of 'Operation Tiger', the international conservation effort to save the tiger from extinction. (Book ref. 4216) £4.00
Chasing the Dragon's Tail - The Struggle to Save Thailand's Wild Cats
New York: Doubleday, 1991. 1st. 24 Cms x 16 Cms 03854145176 Hardback, 241 pp, 35 black & white photographs, 3 maps. Near fine in like wrapper, includes letter from the publishers signed by Ellen Archer, who was Director of Publicity at the time of publication. (Book ref. 010036) £25.00
My Dad, My hero, A true story.
Cambridge:Privately printed, 1994. Decoarted card covers. 63 pr. pages. Monochrome photographic illustrations & intext map. Without inscription v/g+ Contains copy of news report. (Book ref. 4715) £5.00
Tigers are Better Looking. With a selection from The Left Bank. Stories.
Andre Deutsch, London, 1968. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. First Edition. 236pp. Red cloth lettered and ruled in gold at spine. Top- and fore-edge edge lightly spotted and a minor ridge to the spine. A very good copy in handsome pictorial dust wrapper designed by Barbara Brown, fractionally rubbed at head and base of spine and with a little tanning to rear panel. A collection of eight short stories written since 1939 and all hitherto unpublished in book-form, plus a selection of ten further stories taken from her first book, The Left Bank, originally published in 1927. (Book ref. BC10939) £35.00
Here There are Tigers : The Secret Air War in Laos 1968-69
Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2008. First Edition. Paperback. New/No d/j as Published. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 9780811734691 At the height of the Vietnam War, in 1968 and 1969, Reginald Hathorn flew 229 combat missions as a forward air controller for the US Air Force. He inserted Special Forces teams into North Vietnam and Laos, completed missions for the CIA, and flew missions with the Lao Army. Most of the time, he flew into Laos and called in airstrikes against targets inside that country - in a war which did not officially exist, about which the world knew nothing, and which the US government denied. 228pp. (Book ref. 028164) £9.50
Tiger's Eye: a Memoir
Paperback The Text Publishing Company 2000 300 9781876485269 All items in stock -posted First Class on day of order (if received before 4.00pm) - expect next day delivery in UK, or within 3-6 working days for all non-UK destinations Nice clean brig Very Good (Book ref. 532459) £5.00
Tooni The Elephant Boy
Collins, 1971 First edition, very good tight condition, in a very good unclipped (£1.05) dust-jacket, publisher's original illustrated (as jacket) laminated boards, unpaginated, small red stain to half title page, colour photo illustrations-----------"Tooni's father is a mahout in the Kazirange Game Sanctuary in Assam, and the young boy's ambition is to become a mahout too." (Book ref. 1519) £10.00
The King of the Tigers;
London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington; Hardback. Very good condition. viii, 344pp plus 32pp publishers catalogue. Tissue guarded frontis with full page illustrations plus numerous illustrations in the text. Title page has light foxing, neat owners name on front endpaper. Slight cracking on front hinge. Red pictorial boards with gilt title on front & spine. A story of central India. (Book ref. 17498) £125.00
The Hampshire Tigers. The Story of the Royal Hampshire Regiment 1945-1992.
Regimental Museum Trustees/Sydney Jary. 1st ed. 1997. Pp. 479. During this period the Regiment served in Europe, The Middle East, Far East, Falklands, West Indies and Northern Ireland. There is a list of Honours & Awards & senior officers. Ex lib with usual stamps & label removals. This is a 'Remploy' rebind using boards & cloth from an unrelated book, o/w good ref copy in dw with slightly faded spine. (Book ref. FM21) £7.50