London, Eastern Associated Telegraph Companies, 1922. The figure 4352 stamped on the first blank page suggests a numbered (albeit clearly not a limited) edition.
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London, Adam and Charles Black, 1908.
Adelaide, Government Printer, 1870. South Australian Parliamentary Paper Number 56 of 1870.
Jerusalem, Jacob Japhet and Co. Ltd, 1937. Loosely inserted is a letter from the publishers (on watermarked) paper.
Adelaide, A. Simpson and Son Ltd, 1954. A history of A. Simpson and Son Limited.
[London, Agnew's], 1967.
Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1926. With the ownership signature of [Professor] Heinz Kent. Harvard Economic Studies Volume 29. This book was awarded the David A. Wells Prize for 1924-25.
Kendal, World Ship Society, 1995. The text is in Dutch and English.
Richmond, John Kerr, 1989. 'An overdue look at business's most important person'. Inscribed and signed by the author.
London, Batsford, 1948. Two related (but later) items are loosely inserted.
Melbourne, Dr Una B. Porter, 1990. Signed and inscribed on the title page by the publisher, Dr Una B. Porter, Frederick Cato's surviving daughter. 'The story of Fred Cato...the co-founder of the Moran and Cato grocery chain [and] influential Methodist layman'.
Sydney, Lansdowne, 1993.
London, Verso, 2007 [first paperback edition]/ 2005 [first English edition].
London, Cambridge University Press, 1971.
North Adelaide, Associated Bread Manufacturers, (1967).
Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1972.
Melbourne, Australian National University/ Oxford University Press, 1963. With the ownership signature of T.G.H. Strehlow, and inscribed 'University of Adelaide, 6 February, 1964'.
London, Hambledon Press, 1996.
Boston, Baker Library, Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, 1957, 1949 and 1953. Each volume bears the ownership signature of Professor Heinz Kent. Numbers 11, 6 and 9 in the Kress Library of Business and Economics.
Melbourne, National Publicity Bureau [Commonwealth of Australia], 1928. 'Reprinted from Hansard'.
Layton, Gibbs Smith, 2005.
Melbourne, Ramsay, Ware [for the Author], 1943. 'The income of the ordinary man has not increased at a corresponding rate so that a complete medical service is available now only to the rich as a luxury and to the poor as a charity' ... By the author of the 1964...
London, John Stockdale, 1794 [new edition]/ 1782. The dedication referred to in the title runs to 116 pages.
London, John Stockdale, 1794 (new edition)/ 1782. The dedication referred to in the title runs to 116 pages.
Melbourne, Cheshire, 1960. One of 500 numbered copies; this unnumbered copy is out of series.