Tony was kind enough to send me some pictures and
information about his books, so that I could make them available to the
forum without having to worry about the email size limit for pictures.
Here is a link:
(I apologize for the website; it has been a "pipe dream" for
years and I am gradually trying to turn it into something.)
am all for making more information available to the general public; if
there is anything that I can do to help please let me know.
On 2012-06-21 09:56, Kinney, Greg wrote:
Nash maintains an excellent site devoted to collecting Verne here
> I have quite a pile of Pear's Soap editions
as well and we should probably update both Andrew's list of all titles
that had a Pear's Soap edition and ensure that he has images of all of
the titles (if he wants them).
> I also wish I had some spare cash
to add Tony's books to my collection!
> From: owner-jvf~at~Gilead.org.il
[owner-jvf~at~Gilead.org.il] On Behalf Of Drake Lolley
> Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2012 8:16
> To: Jules Verne Forum
> Subject: Re: Pear soap edition, red boards
of early Jules Verne books in English
> I would be very
interested in your books, but as a high school student with more Vernian
enthusiasm than money, I am afraid that I would not be able to make an
acceptable offer for your collection. However, I think that a list of
titles and some pictures would be of interest to other potential buyers
here on the forum. I understand that posting pictures here is difficult
due to the size restrictions, but if you could email them to me
personally I can upload them to a directory on one of my websites and
post a link to it. Please let me know and I would be glad to help. Have
a great day, everyone!
> Drake Lolley
> On 2012-06-20 02:21, tony
> Over ten years ago I purchased 18 of a series of
Jules Verne books
> published by Sampson Low, Marsten, Searle &
> buildings, Fetter Lane then 188 Fleet Street, London
dated from 1882
> to 1895. The Pears soap editions. They are in fair
> ingrained dirt in the spines and a little in the
covers). I also
> received a copy of The Clipper of the clouds by the
> circa 1919 . It is without D/W but has a part of the
> pasted inside the cover opposite the fly leaf.
> I can
give you a detailed list with images but I thought I'd touch
first. I'm about to move house and store my things and am
prepared to sell these books. They aren't worth a huge
> amount, but
they are in Australia. I'd prefer they went to a good
any of your forum members is interested, please get in touch.
> Tony Stewart
Received on Thu 21 Jun 2012 - 18:58:08 IDT