The Jews. Constable, London, 1922. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover, 308 pgs. Bound in red cloth with gilt titles. Spine sunned and rubbed. Small dent on spine as shown above. Previous owner's bookplate as pictured above. Text is clean and free of marks, binding tight and solid, boards sound. Overall good condition. Price
The Four Men: A Farrago. Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis, 1912. Hardcover, 310 pages, 4 b&w photo plates (with additional line drawings throughout). Spine rubbed with slight wear. Water stains to most pages (note photo above), no mold, water stains don't diminish readability. Pages clean and tight. My bookplate. Overall fair to good condition. Nice reading copy. Price
Towns of Destiny. McBride & Co., New York, 1927. Hardcover, 238 pages w/ many illustrations. Ex-library copy. Board cracked between front pages but all pages tight and intact. Pages clean, normal ex-lib markings. Fair condition. Fine reading copy. Price
Many Cities. Constable, London, 1928. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover, 262 pgs, many illustrations. Bound in blue cloth with gilt titles. Binding tight, boards and spine sound with only very slight wear. Oxidation especially on front and end papers and on page extremities (note oxidation on title page above - that is worse than on any of the text pages). My bookplate. Pencil inscription on front page "To [unreadable name] Liverpool March 1928." Text is clean and free of marks. Overall good condition.
Richelieu. Garden City, 1929. Hardcover, 392 pages, w/ several illustrations. Dent on front board as seen in photo. Some exterior stains, wear, and scuffing. Pages oxidized but perfectly readable, otherwise clean and tight. My bookplate. Condition fair to good. Fine reading copy. Cost:
This is the May 1986 issue of the Chesterton Review, which is dedicated to Belloc. The essays included in it our: an Intro by Ian Boyd, An Open Letter to Hilaire Belloc by GK Chesterton, An Example of Belloc's Uncollected verse by Belloc, Vote for Chesterton by Gerard Slevin, Hilaire Belloc: Jacobite and Jacobin by John P. McCarthy, Hilaire Belloc by Jane Soames Nickerson, Freedom, Property, and The Servile State by James Schall, S.J., Religion and Politics in Bellocian Biographies by Edwards N. Peters, Hilaire Belloc and the Spanish Civil War by Jay P. Corrin, The Hilaire Belloc Collection at Boston College by Michael H. Markel, and then the Reviews section which deals with things Bellocian. No other essay I have ever read more convinced me of the sheer and ridiculous idiocy that is Belloc than the one by Corrin here. 141 pages total. This is an absolute must have for any Belloc fan or distributist. Price
Old Thunder, A Life of Hilaire Belloc by Joseph Pearce. Ignatius, 2002. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. 318pages. Clean and tight. Excellent to like new condition. Price
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