London: Frank Cass & Co. Ltd., 1968. Third Edition. VG/VG+ Octavo in blue cloth over boards with gilt text, DJ mustard/tan with dark brown text on spine. Minor shelfwear; boards bumped at corners, head and tail of spine, front board ever so slightly bowed. DJ spine a bit age toned [now in mylar]. Previous owner's bookplate on front paste down. Interior clean and bright, binding solid. Shelved Willis Coll. Case.
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London: Frank Cass & Co. LTD, 1968. Second Edition. Octavo in red cloth with orange pictorial dust jacket, VG+/VG, dust jacket protected by Mylar sleeve, title in black on sun-faded orange dj spine. Shelf wear, light bumping to boards, binding sound. Dust jacket has one inch closed tear to right top of front, two 1/4 inch closed tears to top of spine, light shelf wear, sunning to spine.Text block is age toned, text is clean. Illustrated with black and white photographs, fold-out map in the back. John Ralph Willis bookplate on front pastedown. 240 pages. Shelve Willis Collection.
Paris: Didier & Co., 1881. VG condition paperback. Small Octavo in gray-green wraps with black text on spine, no DJ. Some shelfwear; wraps a bit age toned, slightly chipped along edges and at tail of spine. Binding remarkably square and tight, interior clean though scattered foxing present. Scarce title; text in French - texte en Francais. Shelve Netdesk office, above Ephemera Sections.
Manchester: John Heywood, . 1st. EXTREMELY SCARCE. G-/-- sm. "octavo" (18 cm.) without d.j., as issued. vi, [xiv], 306,  pp. + frontis. & 1 l. plate. Sewn gatherings in printed boards with pasted cloth spine: internally in G+ to VG- condition, pages beginning to tone at margins but paper is sound, clean & apparently unmarked; spine split through & pages loose but boards are undamaged & all contents (incl. advertising) are present. Could readily be recased with no loss of original material. Only one copy of this edition found in institutional collection (Cambridge) -- this is the true first ed. of the "Handbook," claims for the 1922/1923 edition notwithstanding. Running tile "Wood's Handbook of the Gold Coast." [SHELVE WITH RARE BOOKS].