You searched for:      Cook          

            Captain Cook

Maclean, Alistair [1923-1987] Captain James Cook FRS (7 November 1728 - 14 February 1779) was a British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the Royal Navy.

(Book #ID 453)

Published by Doubleday & Company, Inc. Garden City, New York First Edition 1972. 1972.

First edition hard back binding in publisher's original cloth covers, gilt lettering to the spine. 8vo 9½'' x 6¼'' 192 printed pages of text. End paper maps, well illustrated. Small mark to the foot of the spine, ink message to the half-title page. Very Good condition book in Very Good condition price clipped dust wrapper with small rubs to the spine tips and corners. Dust wrapper supplied in archive acetate film protection, this is not adhered to the book or to the dust wrapper and can easily be removed should you so wish. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the COOK, Captain James Category


£20.00

Convert currency

            Happy Days

Cook, Beryl

(Book #ID 75277)

Published by Victor Gollancz, Cassell Group, 125 Strand, London First Edition 1995. London 1995.

First edition hard back binding in publisher's original navy blue paper covered boards, gilt title and author lettering to the spine. Folio 11½'' x 9''. Contains unpaginated printed pages of text with colour illustrations throughout. Fine condition book in Fine condition dust wrapper, price clipped. Dust wrapper supplied in archive acetate film protection, it does not adhere to the book or to the dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A. ISBN 0575061928

Click here to select books from the ART [British] Category


£9.00

Convert currency

            This Motoring: Being the Romantic Story of the Automobile Association [1]

Cooke, Stenson

(Book #ID 839)

Published by The Automobile Association, London First edition 1933. 1933.

First edition hard back. History of The A. A. Frontispiece. 268 pp. Separate review slip. Tanning to page edges and in Very Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MOTORING, SPORTS CARS Category


£8.50

Convert currency

            The Hidden Cave

Cookson, Freda

(Book #ID 1160)

Published by Lutterworth Press, London and Redhill First Edition 1969. 1969.

First edition hard back. Illustrated. Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the CHILDREN'S & JUVENILE Category


£8.50

Convert currency

            Lecture on Chromatographic Analysis

Cook, A. H.

(Book #ID 1593)

Published by The Institute of Chemistry of Great Britain and Ireland, 30 Russell Square, London 1941. 1941.

Publisher's original stapled paper wrapped covers. 8vo 8½" x 5½" 36 pp. In Very Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the CHEMISTRY Category


£7.50

Convert currency

            Lecture on Chemistry and Cancer

Cook, J. W.

(Book #ID 1594)

Published by The Institute of Chemistry of Great Britain and Ireland, 30 Russell Square, London 1943. 1943.

Publisher's original stapled paper wrapped covers. 8vo 8½" x 5½" 38 pp. In Very Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the CHEMISTRY Category


£7.50

Convert currency

            Bill Bailey's Lot

Cookson, Catherine [Dame Catherine Cookson, DBE (27 June 1906 - 11 June 1998) was an English author].

(Book #ID 3075)

Published by Bantam Press, London First edition 1987. 1987.

First edition hard back binding in publisher's original cloth covers, gilt lettering to spine. 8vo. Fine in Fine dust wrapper, not price clipped. Dust wrapper supplied in archival acetate film protection. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MODERN FIRST EDITIONS Category


£14.00

Convert currency

            Pinocchio: The Story of a Puppet [1] Heirloom Library Edition

Collodi, Carlo [1826-1890] Illustrated by Hazel Cook

(Book #ID 3500)

Published by Heirloom Library First thus edition 1954. 1954.

Hard back. 8 full page colour plates by Hazel Cook. Illustrated end papers. Small bruising to base of spine in Very Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the CHILDREN'S & JUVENILE Category


£9.50

Convert currency

            The Cinque Ports

Jessup, Ronald and Frank [Foreword by Elizabeth Bowen] Brian Cook Dust Wrapper

(Book #ID 78324)

Published by B. T. Batsford Ltd., 4 Fitzhardinge Street, Portman Square, London First Edition 1952. London 1952.

First edition hard back binding in publisher's original camel cloth covers, black lettering to the spine. 8vo. 7½'' x 5¼'' 128 printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations throughout. Ink message inside. Near Fine condition book, in Very Good condition dust wrapper with rubbing of the paper to the tips and corners, not price clipped 9s 6d. Dust wrapper supplied in archive acetate film protection, it is not adhered to the book or to the dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the KENT [Cinque Ports] Category


£9.00

Convert currency

            The Third Man: The Truth About Kim Philby, Double Agent

Cookridge, E. H. (Kim Philby)

(Book #ID 6335)

Published by Arthur Barker Limited, London First Edition 1968. 1968.

First edition hard back black covers with gilt titles, red page tops. 8vo 283 pp. Illustrated. Name to free front end paper and in Fine condition. Dust wrapper with 1 mm nicks to spine ends, not price clipped and in Nr. Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A. ISBN 21376329X

Click here to select books from the ESPIONAGE (Clandestine) Category


£17.50

Convert currency

            On the Lynn in Picturesque Europe Part 24

Cook, S. [Contributes]

(Book #ID 8215)

Published by Cassell & Company Ltd., London circa 1885. 1885.

Landscape. 310 mm x 230 mm. Thick paper black and white frontispiece engraving. In Very Good clean condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the PRINTS Category


£11.00

Convert currency

            The Heart of Scotland

Blake, George [Foreword by Eric Linklater] Illustrated by Brian Cook

(Book #ID 8506)

Published by B. T. Batsford Ltd, London Second revised edition 1938. 1938.

Hard back purple cloth covers and page tops, lime green titles. 8vo, xii, 115 [pp]. Many photographic illustrations and twelve drawings by Brian Cook. Name dated 1943 to top of free front end paper, spine faded. In Very Good clean and tidy condition, no dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the SCOTLAND (Gaelic: Alba) Category


£7.50

Convert currency

            Within the Law

Dana, Marvin [From the Play by Bayard Veiller] Illustrated by William Charles Cooke

(Book #ID 9000)

Published by Grosset & Dunlap, New York circa 1915 edition not stated. 1915.

Orange cloth covers, green titles. 344, 8 [pp]. Four full page black and white illustrations on glossy paper by William Charles Cooke. Light tanning to spine and closed page edges, no dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the AMERICA [Literature] Category


£9.50

Convert currency

            Matty Doolin

Cookson, Catherine [Illustrated by Margery Gill] Dame Catherine Cookson, DBE (27 June 1906 - 11 June 1998) was an English author.

(Book #ID 9903)

Published by Macdonald & Co., Ltd. Gulf House, 2 Portman Street, London First edition 1965. 1965.

First edition hard back publisher's original scarlet paper covered boards, gilt lettering to the spine. 8vo 8'' x 5½''. Contains 144 printed pages of text. Illustrated by Margery Gill. Fine condition book in Very Good condition price clipped dust wrapper with light staining to fore edges, without any chips or tears, spine not faded. Scarce. Dust wrapper protected. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MODERN FIRST EDITIONS Category


£85.00

Convert currency

            Letters from America

Cooke, Alistair

(Book #ID 70985)

Published by Rupert Hart-Davis, Soho Square, London First Edition 1951. London 1951.

First edition hard back binding in publisher's original black cloth covers, silver title and author lettering to the spine. 8vo. 8½'' x 5½''. Contains 261 printed pages of text. Spine not faded and in Very Good condition, no dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the AMERICA [Literature] Category


£8.00

Convert currency

            The Curiosities of Ale and Beer; An Entertaining History Illustrated With Over Fifty Quaint Cuts. In Part Collected by the Late J. G. Fennell; Now Largely Augmented With Manifold Matters of Singular Note and Worthy Memory by the Author and His Friend J. M. D[ixon]

Bickerdyke, John [Pseudonym of Charles Henry Cook]

(Book #ID 45821)

Published by Field & Tuer, The Leadenhall Press, London First Edition 1886. London 1886.

First edition hard back binding rebound matching the publisher's original peach cloth covers, gilt title and author lettering to the spine and the upper panel, new end papers, fore and lower page edges untrimmed. Quarto. 10½'' x 7''. Contains [xii] 449 [8] printed pages of text with 50 monochrome illustrations throughout, headers and tail-pieces. Old pencil name, just a little foxing to the end papers and a couple of spots sporadically to the odd page. In Very Good clean and presentable condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the WINES, BEERS & SPIRITS Category


£255.00

Convert currency

            Eva, Duchess of Monteleone : An Original Play, in a Prologue and Four Acts; and, The Triumph of Love : A Dramatic Legend, in Two Acts [Signed]

Cook, Henry [Translated from the Italian of Guiseppe Giacosa into English Prose, by]

(Book #ID 12433)

Published by Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1 Paternoster Square, London 1887. 1887.

Hard back publisher's original maroon cloth covers, gilt stamping to spine and upper panel, bevelled edges, all edges untrimmed, black end papers. 8vo 7¾" x 5¼" 168 pp. Presentation dedication to the verso of the front free end paper 'Franklyn Clive with the Author's kind regards May 28th 1887'. With separate SIGNED and dated 2nd June 1887 letter from Henry Cook to Mr Clive from the author's London residence. Light tanning to page edges, small rubs to spine tips, spine slightly darkened. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the PLAYS (Theatre Performance) Category


£55.00

Convert currency

            The Fortune Face

Cooke, W. Bourne

(Book #ID 17199)

Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd., 35-36 Paternoster Row, London circa 1905 edition not stated. 1905.

Hard back binding in publisher's original caramel cloth covers, ivory, blue and black lettering and illustrations to spine and upper panel. 8vo 7½" x 5¼" 382, 16 [pp] catalogue. Four colour illustrations on glossy silk art paper. The 'Edward Lodge' 'Milton Boys School' Prize Plate to upper paste down dated 1907, light rubbing to spine tips and corners, touch of foxing to page edges and in Very Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the LITERATURE 1900-1925 Category


£9.00

Convert currency

            Form Photograph: Phoenix Pamphlet Poets No. 12 [Signed]

Cook, Stanley

(Book #ID 18089)

Phoenix Pamphlet Poets 12f Finney Drive, Chorlton, Manchester First edition 1971. 1971.

First edition hard back binding in publisher's original plain black cloth covers. 8vo 8" x 5¼" unpaginated. No 32 of 60 limited edition numbered copies SIGNED by the author. Without inscription. Fine in Very Good dust wrapper with small nicks to spine tips, brief history and monochrome photographic illustration of the author to lower panel. Dust wrapper supplied in archival acetate film protection. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the POETRY, VERSE & RHYMES Category


£40.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 73 January - March 1944

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 18995)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London January-March 1944 1944.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In near Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 74 April - June 1944.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 18996)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London April-June 1944. 1944.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 75 July - September 1944.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 18997)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London July-September 1944. 1944.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 76 October - November 1944.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 18998)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London October-November 1944. 1944.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 77 December 1944.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 18999)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London December 1944. 1944.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 78 January - February 1945.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19000)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London January-February 1945. 1945.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 80 June - July 1945.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19002)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London June-July 1945. 1945.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 81 August - September 1945.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19003)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London August - September 1945. 1945.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 82 October - November 1945.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19004)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London October - November 1945. 1945.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 83 December 1945.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19005)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London Xmas Edition December 1945. 1945.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 84 January - February 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19006)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London January - February 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 85 March - April 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19007)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London March - April 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 86 May - June 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19008)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London May - June 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 87 July 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19009)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London July 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 88 August - September 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19010)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London August - September 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

Click here to select books from the MAGIC & CONJURING Category


£15.00

Convert currency

top

Browse our Book Categories
AEROPLANES (212)
AFGHANISTAN (18)
AFRICA [Ethiopia] (20)
AFRICA [Ghana] (16)
AFRICA [Kenya] (17)
AFRICA [Malawi] (3)
AFRICA [Mali] (7)
AFRICA [Mozambique] (4)
AFRICA [Nigeria] (17)
AFRICA [Tanzania] (10)
AFRICA [Uganda] (12)
AFRICA [Zambia] (10)
AFRICAN CONTINENT (81)
AGRICULTURE & FARMING (181)
ALBANIA (6)
AMERICA [Civil War] (40)
AMERICA [History] (287)
AMERICA [Indian History] (81)
AMERICA [Literature] (189)
AMERICA [World War II] (21)
ANDERSEN, Hans Christian (22)
ANGLING & SPORT FISHING (126)
ANIMAL SCIENCES (21)
ANNUALS & YEARBOOKS (149)
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING (157)
AQUARIUM & TROPICAL FISH (15)
ARBORICULTURE (22)
ARCHAEOLOGY (321)
ARCHAEOLOGY (Industrial) (35)
ARCHAEOLOGY (Roman Britain) (91)
ARCHAEOLOGY (Scotland) (111)
ARCHITECTURE (351)
ARGENTINA (11)
ART [American] (83)
ART [Australian] (14)
ART [Austrian] (7)
ART [British] (324)
ART [Chinese] (33)
ART [Flemish and Dutch] (72)
ART [French] (129)
ART [German] (49)
ART [Indian] (11)
ART [Italian] (57)
ART [Japanese] (29)
ART [Nouveau and Deco] (29)
ART [Russian] (20)
ART [Spanish] (40)
ART [Technique & Materials] (135)
ARTILLERY, ARMS & ARMOUR (29)
ASIAN CONTINENT (51)
ASTRONAUTICS (23)
ASTRONOMY & COSMOLOGY (68)
AUSTEN, Jane (1775-1817) (26)
AUSTRALIA (Terra Australis) (94)
AUSTRIA (17)
AVIATION & AERONAUTICS (221)
AZERBAIJAN (7)
BALKANS (12)
BALLET & BALLERINAS (34)
BATES, H. E. (1906-1974) (269)
BATTLE OF BRITAIN (46)
BEDFORDSHIRE (13)
BEEKEEPING & APIARISTS (46)
BELGIUM (Gallia Belgica) (24)
BERKSHIRE (Bearroc) (31)
BICYCLES & CYCLING (15)
BIO (Résumé, Memoir) (1018)
BIOLOGY (68)
BLACKSMITHING (10)
BLYTON, Enid (1897-1968) (82)
BOLIVIA (3)
BOOKS (Binding, Collecting, Printing, Paper) (154)
BOTANY (Phytology) (123)
BOY SCOUTS & GIRL GUIDES (44)
BOY'S OWN PAPER (171)
BRAZIL (Brasil) (25)
BRENT-DYER, Elinor M. (20)
BRIDGE, CHESS & GAMES (96)
BRIDGES & TUNNELS (28)
BRITAIN IN PICTURES (147)
BRITISH IMPERIAL EMPIRE (40)
BRITISH PREHISTORY (72)
BROADSHEETS (273)
BRONTË SISTERS (23)
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE (32)
BUDDHISM, HINDU, DHARMA (24)
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION (68)
BURMA, BURMESE (Myanmar) (151)
BUSES & COACHES (150)
BUSINESS (Leadership) (74)
CAGE & AVIARY BIRDS (48)
CAMBRIDGESHIRE (30)
CAMPAIGN MEDALS (13)
CAMPANOLOGY (3)
CANADA (History & Culture) (78)
CANAL BARGES & WATERWAYS (48)
CANARY ISLANDS (4)
CARAVANS & DORMOBILES (15)
CARPENTRY & D.I.Y. (57)
CARPETS & ORIENTAL RUGS (14)
CARROLL, Lewis (1832-1898) (8)
CARTOGRAPHY, MAPS, PLANS (125)
CATS [Pedigree Domestic Pets] (96)
CENTRAL AMERICA (26)
CERAMICS & POTTERY (247)
CHANNEL ISLANDS (23)
CHEMISTRY (41)
CHESHIRE (Palatine of Chester) (17)
CHILDREN'S & JUVENILE (2272)
CHILE (12)
CHINA & CHINESE HISTORY (120)
CHIVALRY & KNIGHTHOOD (26)
CHRISTIE, Agatha (1890-1976) (32)
CHURCHILL, Winston L. S. (63)
CIGARETTE & TEA CARDS (64)
CINEMA [Front of House Press Photograph] (108)
CINEMA, SCREEN & FILMS (282)
CIRCUS & FAIRGROUNDS (28)
CLIMATOLOGY & WEATHER (16)
COLOMBIA (12)
COMMERCIAL VEHICLES (41)
COMMUNISM (31)
CONCORDE (British Airways) (40)
COOK, Captain James (5)
CORNWALL (Kernow) (90)
COUNTY DURHAM (14)
CRETE (Kriti / Krete) (8)
CRIMEAN WAR (20)
CROSBY, Bing (1903-1977) (206)
CUBA (Republic of Cuba) (14)
CYPRUS (Republic of Cyprus) (13)
CZECHOSLOVAKIA (56)
DANCING & CHOREOGRAPHY (28)
DEFOE, Daniel (c. 1660-1731) (18)
DEMOGRAPHY (Populations) (39)
DENMARK (Danish Danmark) (19)
DERBYSHIRE (Peak District) (21)
DETECTIVE | CRIME FICTION (763)
DEVONSHIRE (Dumnonia) (137)
DICKENS, Charles (1812-1870) (58)
DIVING & SNORKELING (11)
DOGS (Pedigree Pets) (97)
DOLLS’ HOUSES & DOLLS (44)
DORSET (Durnovaria) (65)
DOYLE, [Sir] Arthur Conan (16)
DRAWING & CRAFTSMANSHIP (96)
ECOLOGY (Earth Science) (48)
ECONOMICS & COMMERCE (285)
ECUADOR (Ecuadorian) (3)
EDUCATION (Teaching) (94)
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (70)
ENGINEER (Invent, Innovate) (119)
ENGLAND EXPLORATION (72)
ENGLISH HISTORY (329)
ENGLISH LANGUAGE (80)
ENGLISH LITERATURE (251)
ENTOMOLOGY (67)
ENVIRONMENTAL (44)
EQUINE & EQUESTRIANISM (120)
ESPIONAGE (Clandestine) (101)
ESSEX (Eastseaxe) (72)
ESTONIA, LATVIA & LITHUANIA (9)
ETCHINGS (13)
ETON (Old Etonians) (22)
EUROPE & EUROPEANS (51)
FALKLAND ISLANDS (15)
FASHION (Costume & Millinery) (121)
FEMINISM & FEMINISTS (62)
FINLAND (Suomi, Finnish) (18)
FIREARMS (Defence Weapons) (31)
FIREMEN & FIRE SERVICE (42)
FIRST WORLD (Great) WAR (158)
FLEMING, Ian (1908-1964) (20)
FOLIO SOCIETY (83)
FOOD [Asian & Ethnic] (17)
FOOD [British Cookery] (106)
FOOD [Cuisine Française] (35)
FOOD [Desserts & Pâtisserie] (61)
FOOD [Dietary] (24)
FOOD [Hotels & Restaurants] (40)
FOOD [Retail Brands] (58)
FRANCE [Literature & History) (449)
GAMBLING & BETTING (21)
GARDEN & HORTICULTURE (142)
GENETICS (11)
GEOGRAPHY (Human, Physical) (24)
GERMANY [Language, History] (179)
GERMANY [Luftwaffe & Pilots] (32)
GERMANY [World War II] (80)
GIBRALTAR (13)
GILBERT W. S. & A. SULLIVAN (66)
GLASS (Blowing, Stained) (108)
GLOUCESTERSHIRE (62)
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS (193)
GRAPHIC DESIGN (Visual Arts) (60)
GREECE (Ancient Greek) (117)
GUYANA [Guiana] (3)
GYPSY & ROMANY (5)
HAMPSHIRE (Hantescire) (64)
HANDICRAFTS (Artisanship) (73)
HEBRIDES & ST. KILDA (22)
HENTY, G. A. (1832-1902) (55)
HERALDRY (Armorial Bearings) (32)
HEREFORDSHIRE (9)
HERTFORDSHIRE (42)
HITLER, Adolf (1889-1945) (39)
HONG KONG (41)
HOROLOGY & CHRONOMETRY (37)
HUMOUR (Satire, Cartoon) (396)
HUNGARY (Magyarország) (54)
HUNTS & GAME SHOOTING (84)
I-SPY SERIES (6)
ICELAND (Ísland, Icelandic) (12)
ICHTHYOLOGY (Fish Science) (30)
ILLUSTRATED (Picture Book) (273)
INDIA (Bharat Ganarajya) (221)
INNES, Hammond (1913-1998) (42)
INTERIOR DESIGN (119)
IRAN [Persia] (32)
IRAQ (27)
IRELAND (Éire) (116)
ISLAM (Islamic Art) (40)
ISLE OF LUNDY (8)
ISLE OF MAN (30)
ISLE OF SHEPPEY (8)
ISLE OF SKYE (7)
ISLE OF THANET (37)
ISLE OF WIGHT (45)
ISLES OF SCILLY (16)
ISRAEL (60)
ITALY (History & Culture) (234)
JAPAN (History & Culture) (375)
JAPAN (World War II) (16)
JERUSALEM (35)
JOHNS, Captain W. E. (94)
JORDAN (8)
KAZAKHSTAN (6)
KENT [Airfields and at War] (38)
KENT [Antiquarian] (31)
KENT [Archaeologia Cantiana] (45)
KENT [Ashford] (36)
KENT [Ash] (7)
KENT [Birchington-on-Sea] (10)
KENT [Broadstairs] (6)
KENT [Bromley] (36)
KENT [Bygone Magazine] (31)
KENT [Canterbury] (110)
KENT [Chatham] (16)
KENT [Cinque Ports] (12)
KENT [Deal] (40)
KENT [Dover] (55)
KENT [Faversham] (29)
KENT [Folkestone] (40)
KENT [Fordwich & Sturry] (13)
KENT [Gravesend & Dartford] (13)
KENT [Herne Bay] (28)
KENT [Hops] (14)
KENT [Ickham, Wickhambreaux] (3)
KENT [Maidstone] (32)
KENT [Maps] (31)
KENT [Margate] (24)
KENT [Ramsgate] (28)
KENT [Rochester] (37)
KENT [Romney & Hythe] (46)
KENT [Sandwich] (53)
KENT [Sevenoaks] (25)
KENT [Sittingbourne] (8)
KENT [Stourmouth] (15)
KENT [Tonbridge] (15)
KENT [Topography] (168)
KENT [Tunbridge Wells] (51)
KENT [Weald] (23)
KENT [Whitstable] (21)
KENT [Wingham] (20)
KENT [Wye] (3)
KEYBOARD INSTRUMENTS (62)
KING PENGUIN (Series) (89)
KIPLING, Rudyard (1865-1936) (27)
KOREA (History and Culture) (73)
LADYBIRD SERIES (7)
LAKE DISTRICT (60)
LANCASHIRE (60)
LATIN (50)
LAW, JUSTICE, LEGAL SYSTEM (81)
LEBANON (7)
LEICESTERSHIRE (17)
LIGHTHOUSES (14)
LINCOLNSHIRE (43)
LINGUISTICS (15)
LITERARY CRITICISM (83)
LITERATURE 1900-1925 (403)
LITERATURE 1926-1945 (570)
LITERATURE BEFORE 1800 (19)
LIVERPOOL (31)
LONDON (Londinium) (497)
LONDON (Postcards) (58)
MADAGASCAR (Madagasikara) (6)
MAGIC & CONJURING (184)
MALAYSIA (History & Culture) (44)
MALTA (Maltese History) (20)
MAURITIUS (Mascarenhas) (23)
MAYERL, Billy (1902-1959) (80)
MECCANO MAGAZINE (91)
MEDICINE & HEALTH (192)
METALLURGY (42)
MEXICO (35)
MICROBIOLOGICAL (25)
MIDDLESEX (Middleseaxan) (20)
MILITARY (Armed Warfare) (158)
MILLIGAN, Spike (1918-2002) (179)
MINING & GEOLOGY (120)
MINING INDUSTRY CORNWALL (19)
MINING INDUSTRY WALES (28)
MISSIONARY (Proselytism) (70)
MODERN FIRST EDITIONS (2948)
MONARCHY (105)
MONGOLIA (28)
MONTHLY TRACT SOCIETY (80)
MOTOR BIKES (75)
MOTORING, SPORTS CARS (356)
MOUNTAINEERING (96)
MUSIC [Classical] (264)
MUSIC [Jazz] (45)
MUSIC [Rock & Pop] (70)
MYSTICISM (UFO's, Folklore) (58)
MYTHOLOGY & LEGENDS (72)
NAPOLÉON Bonaparte (43)
NATURAL HISTORY (123)
NAUTICAL (Shipbuilding) (114)
NEEDLEWORK & TEXTILES (91)
NELSON, Horatio (1758-1805) (19)
NETHERLANDS (Holland) (48)
NEW NATURALIST (Series) (173)
NEW ZEALAND (Aotearoa) (31)
NEWSPAPERS (106)
NINETEENTH CENTURY (523)
NORFOLK (Norfolcia) (77)
NORTH AFRICA [Algeria] (6)
NORTH AFRICA [Egypt] (85)
NORTH AFRICA [Libya] (15)
NORTH AFRICA [Morocco] (31)
NORTH AFRICA [Sahara] (10)
NORTH AFRICA [Sudan] (15)
NORTH AFRICA [Tunisia] (4)
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE (10)
NORTHUMBERLAND (31)
NORWAY & NORWEGIAN (60)
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE (12)
NUMISMATICS (Currency) (26)
NUTRITION (Nutrients) (108)
OBSERVER’S (Series) (481)
OCCULT (Spirituality) (26)
OIL & PETROL INDUSTRY (45)
OMAN (5)
OPERA (36)
OPPENHEIM, E. P. (1866-1946) (98)
ORKNEY & SHETLAND (11)
ORNITHOLOGY (76)
OXENHAM, Elsie Jeanette (13)
OXFORDSHIRE (Oxonium) (31)
PACIFIC (Oceania) (37)
PAKISTAN (21)
PALAEONTOLOGY (13)
PALESTINE (17)
PAPERBACKS (322)
PAPUA NEW GUINEA (11)
PARAGUAY (3)
PERU (20)
PHILATELY (Postal History) (34)
PHILOSOPHY (186)
PHOTOGRAPHS (63)
PHOTOGRAPHY (121)
PHYSICS (65)
PICTURE COMICS (2078)
PIERS, PAVILIONS & SEASIDE (25)
PIPE, CIGAR & MATCHES (22)
PLAYS (Theatre Performance) (231)
POETRY, VERSE & RHYMES (711)
POLAND & POLISH HISTORY (42)
POLAR [Antarctic] (33)
POLAR [Arctic] (28)
POLICE & PRISONS (54)
POP-UP MOVABLE BOOKS (57)
PORTUGAL & PORTUGUESE (18)
POSTCARDS (129)
POTTER, Beatrix (1866-1943) (26)
PRINTS (38)
PROOF COPY (Advance) (88)
PSYCHIATRY (13)
PSYCHOLOGY (Behaviour) (134)
RADIO [Wireless Telephony] (105)
RAILWAYS & LOCOMOTIVES (485)
RELIGIOUS PAMPHLETS (177)
RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY (199)
ROBIN HOOD BOOKS (13)
ROMAN EMPIRE (Romanum) (122)
ROMANIA [Roumania] (8)
ROWLING, J. K., (9)
ROYAL AIR FORCE (RAF) (111)
ROYAL NAVY (RN) (78)
Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám (314)
RURAL VILLAGE LIFE (261)
RUSSIAN & SOVIET HISTORY (115)
RUSSIAN [Language] (24)
RUSSIAN [Literature] (33)
RUSSIAN [Military] (16)
SAILING BOATS (Yachting) (128)
SAS & COMMANDOES (23)
SAUDI ARABIA (Arabian) (46)
SAVILLE, Malcolm (1901-1982) (30)
SCIENCE FICTION (85)
SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINES (642)
SCOTLAND (Gaelic: Alba) (276)
SCOTLAND YARD (6)
SCRAPBOOK (Victorian Cuttings) (3)
SEXTON BLAKE LIBRARY (242)
SEYCHELLES (3)
SHAKESPEARE, William (86)
SHEET MUSIC (1575)
SHIPPING (Liners, Merchant) (221)
SHORT STORIES (Novella) (224)
SHROPSHIRE (Salop) (13)
SIBERIA (Sibir, Siberian) (7)
SLAVERY & TORTURE (13)
SLOVAKIA (Slovenská republika) (6)
SMUGGLING & HIGHWAYMEN (22)
SOCIAL & HUMANITIES (274)
SOCIALISM (Social Democracy) (22)
SOMERSET (Sumortunsæte) (54)
SOUTH AFRICA (Zuid-Afrika) (120)
SPAIN & SPANISH HISTORY (83)
SPANISH CIVIL WAR (18)
SPECIAL OPERATIONS [S.O.E.] (20)
SPORT [Archery] (13)
SPORT [Athletics] (12)
SPORT [Badminton] (3)
SPORT [Billiards & Snooker] (14)
SPORT [Bodybuilding] (30)
SPORT [Bowls & Bowling] (9)
SPORT [Boxing] (37)
SPORT [Cricket] (397)
SPORT [Croquet] (4)
SPORT [Fencing] (8)
SPORT [Football] (262)
SPORT [Golf] (335)
SPORT [Greyhounds] (73)
SPORT [Hockey & Lacrosse] (9)
SPORT [Horse Racing] (158)
SPORT [Lawn Tennis] (71)
SPORT [Netball] (4)
SPORT [Olympics] (18)
SPORT [Polo] (5)
SPORT [Rugby] (34)
SPORT [Self Defence] (30)
SPORT [Skating] (3)
SPORT [Skiing] (11)
SPORT [Speedway] (5)
SPORT [Squash] (5)
SPORT [Swimming] (9)
SRI LANKA [Ceylon] (8)
STAFFORDSHIRE (13)
STAGE & THEATRE (179)
STEVENSON, Robert Louis (89)
STORIES FOR BOYS (455)
STORIES FOR GIRLS (282)
STRUWWELPETER (12)
SUBMARINES (22)
SUFFOLK (Suffolcia) (38)
SURREY (Suthrige) (96)
SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES (9)
SUSSEX (Suth-Seaxe) (149)
SUSSEX [Bexhill-on-Sea] (12)
SUSSEX [Brighton & Hove] (34)
SUSSEX [Eastbourne] (24)
SUSSEX [Hastings] (62)
SUSSEX [Rye & Winchelsea] (31)
SWEDEN (History & Culture) (39)
SWITZERLAND (Culture) (29)
SYKES, Eric (1923-2012) (25)
SYRIA (History and Culture) (10)
TECHNOLOGY (Industrial Arts) (78)
TELECOMMUNICATIONS (59)
TELEVISION ENGINEERING (60)
TERRORISM (16)
THAILAND [Siam] (16)
The B.B.C. (Broadcasting) (83)
THEATRE (Cinema) POSTERS (144)
THEATRE PROGRAMMES (1073)
THEOLOGY & RELIGION (821)
TIBET (Qing Dynasty) (18)
TITANIC (White Star Line) (27)
TOWN & RURAL PLANNING (35)
TOY & MODEL MAKING (157)
TRACTION STEAM ENGINES (37)
TRAMS & TROLLEYBUSES (92)
TRUE CRIME (132)
TUGS AND TOWING (21)
TURKEY (History and Culture) (20)
UKRAINE (5)
UNIFORMS & BADGES (19)
UTTLEY, Alison (1884-1976) (17)
UZBEKISTAN (5)
VETERINARY MEDICINE (16)
VIETNAM (History & Culture) (34)
VINYL RECORDS 45 r.p.m. (20)
WALES & WELSH LITERATURE (196)
WARWICKSHIRE (Wæringscir) (38)
WAYSIDE WOODLAND (Series) (138)
WEST INDIES [Caribbean] (29)
WESTERNS [U.S.A Old West] (119)
WHALING & WHALES (17)
WILTSHIRE (Wiltunscir) (26)
WIND & WATERMILLS (32)
WINES, BEERS & SPIRITS (80)
WOODCUTS & ENGRAVINGS (30)
WORCESTERSHIRE (9)
WORLD WAR II (Second) (413)
YORKSHIRE (Jórvík) (133)
YUGOSLAVIA (14)
ZEPPELINS, AIRSHIPS & BALLOONING (33)
ZOOLOGY (Animal Biology) (52)

top of page