2000. First edition, first printing. A fine, unmarked copy in a fine d/w.
Author and photographer Richard Simpkin set off around Australia with his camera to take a look into the lives of some of Australia's most inspiring individuals. Incorporating accurate and personal interviews he reveals some of Australia's most highly regarded people to find out how and why they have become part of our national history.
2014, First edition, first printing. A near fine copy in a near fine d/w.
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1975. First edition. A very good copy with light spotting to the top edge and mild sunfading to the spine.
Savvas, 1993. First edition. A fine, unmarked copy in a very good d/w with some light creasing. A very nice copy. This is a heavy book so additional postage may apply. Please enquire for an estimate. Scans available if required.
2005. First edition. A near fine copy only marked by light rubbing to the spine ends. Th d/w is also near fine.
Australian Bureau of Statistics, 1991. A near fine copy only marked by light spotting to the spine ends and light spotting to the top edge. The d/w is fine.
|Series:||The writer & the city|
After living in New York for ten years novelist Peter Carey returned home to Sydney with the idea of capturing its ebullient character via the four elements. Here, he draws the reader into a journey of discovery and re-discovery. It offers you a private glimpse of Sydney and what lies behind the glittering facades and the venetian blinds.
Bloomsbury, 2001. Fourth printing. A fine, unmarked copy in a near fine, unclipped d/w.
Colorgravure, nd. A good copy in worn and rubbed red boards. The hinges are weakened but secure. Browning to the edges and a previous owners name to the half title page but otherwise a nice clean copy.
1970. First edition. A near fine copy only marked by light browning of the edges of the text block and the bookplate of well known antiquarian bookseller, Dr Ian McGill, to the front pastedown. The d/w is unclipped and very good with some light edge bumping. Scans available if required.
1976. First edition. A good copy in edge rubbed red cloth boards. No d/w. The edges are lightly soiled and this copy has the bookplate of the well known antiquarian bookseller, Dr Ian McGill to the front pastedown.
|Author:||RON IDDON AND JOHN MABEY|
Savvas Wholesale, 1983. Reprint. A very good copy which is lightly rubbed to the heel of the spine. Marked only by a bookseller sticker to the front pastedown and a gift inscription to the front free endpaper. The d/w is also very good with light edge wear.
|Author:||Anthony M. Clack|
Hedley Creek Press, 1999. First edition. A very good copy only marked by light rubbing of the wraps.