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The Holy Bible: Minion 24mo

By: Bible, Authorised Version, King James Version

Price: £7.50

Publisher: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press for the British and Foreign Bible Society: 1942

Seller ID: 015156

Condition: Average Plus


. 6¾ x 5 inches, . Black Leather Hardback Bible with brass edges and working brass clasp, though with some wear and tear to front external hinge, red-gilt edges, front endpaper missing; a nice clear though relatively small typeface; unpaginated but at approx. 2 inches thick (not India paper, possibly Bible paper) appears to have a larger number of pages than a typical Bible; some foxing to some pages here and there throughout. Spine blind stamped "ROAN BINDING" in small letters at bottom - this is a sheepskin substitute for morocco leather. View more info

Blind Alley Beliefs

By: Cook, David

Price: £1.75

Publisher: London, Pickering and Inglis: 1979

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 437556

ISBN: 0720804361

Condition: Average


. 127 pages, paper (especially edges) slightly browned. On Scientific Materialism, Humanism, Communism, Existentialism. View more info

The End and Essence of Sabbath School Teaching, and Family Religious Instruction: in which the Present Defects in Communicating Religious Knowledge to the Young, Are Investigated, and the Lesson System of Teaching the Scriptures is Fully Developed

By: Gall, James (anonymously)

Price: £28.50

Publisher: Edinburgh, James Gall: 1827

Seller ID: 421948

Condition: Average


. 180 pages, a little wear and tear to exterior. Undated, but contains 1827 preface to the second edition. Handwritten wording to front endpaper "A Ker; Highland Teachers Library (64)". James Gall (1784-1874),was the publisher who founded Gall & Inglis, and inventor of a triangular alphabet for the blind. His son Rev James Gall was founder of Carrubbers Close Mission in Edinburgh, who also wrote astronomical publications and devised a map projection for the celestial sphere which later reappeared as Peters' Projection. View more info

The Opened Way: The Story of the Torch Trust for the Blind

By: Heath, Stella

Price: £2.75

Publisher: Crawley, Torch Trust for the Blind: 1967

Seller ID: 435523

Condition: Good


. 76 pages, illustrated. View more info

Increase Mather: the Foremost American Puritan

By: Murdock, Kenneth Ballard

Price: £25.00

Publisher: Cambridge, Harvard University Press: 1925

Seller ID: 210116

Condition: Average


. xv + 442 pages. Withdrawn from Wigan Free Public Library (bookplate, blind stamp, library stamp). The first page has the words "London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press" and there is a pencilled note "scarce work: 200 UK copies". 23 out of the 24 monochrome plates are present, the portrait of John Owen appears to be missing. View more info