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Pearson's Weekly, January 21, 1893 1893-01-21 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, January 28, 1893 1893-01-28 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, February 4, 1893 1893-02-04 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, February 11, 1893 1893-02-11 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, February 18, 1893 1893-02-18 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, February 25, 1893 1893-02-25 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, March 4, 1893 1893-03-04 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
18
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, March 11, 1893 1893-03-11 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
22
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, March 18, 1893 1893-03-18 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, March 25, 1893 1893-03-25 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, April 1, 1893 1893-04-01 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, April 8, 1893 1893-04-08 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, April 15, 1893 1893-04-15 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, April 22, 1893 1893-04-22 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, April 29, 1893 1893-04-29 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, May 6, 1893 1893-05-06 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, May 13, 1893 1893-05-13 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, May 20, 1893 1893-05-20 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, May 27, 1893 1893-05-27 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, June 3, 1893 1893-06-03 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, June 10, 1893 1893-06-10 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, June 17, 1893 1893-06-17 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, June 24, 1893 1893-06-24 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, July 1, 1893 1893-07-01 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, July 8, 1893 1893-07-08 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, July 15, 1893 1893-07-15 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, July 22, 1893 1893-07-22 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, July 29, 1893 1893-07-29 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, August 5, 1893 1893-08-05 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, August 12, 1893 1893-08-12 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, August 19, 1893 1893-08-19 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, August 26, 1893 1893-08-26 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, September 2, 1893 1893-09-02 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
22
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, September 9, 1893 1893-09-09 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, September 16, 1893 1893-09-16 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, September 23, 1893 1893-09-23 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, September 30, 1893 1893-09-30 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, October 7, 1893 1893-10-07 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
22
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, October 14, 1893 1893-10-14 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
22
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, December 23, 1893 1893-12-23 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, December 30, 1893 1893-12-30 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, January 6, 1894 1894-01-06 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, January 13, 1894 1894-01-13 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, January 20, 1894 1894-01-20 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, January 27, 1894 1894-01-27 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, February 3, 1894 1894-02-03 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, February 10, 1894 1894-02-10 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, February 17, 1894 1894-02-17 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, February 24, 1894 1894-02-24 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, March 3, 1894 1894-03-03 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, March 10, 1894 1894-03-10 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, March 17, 1894 1894-03-17 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, March 24, 1894 1894-03-24 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, March 31, 1894 1894-03-31 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, April 7, 1894 1894-04-07 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, April 14, 1894 1894-04-14 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, April 21, 1894 1894-04-21 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
22
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, April 28, 1894 1894-04-28 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
18
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, May 5, 1894 1894-05-05 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, May 12, 1894 1894-05-12 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, May 19, 1894 1894-05-19 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, May 26, 1894 1894-05-26 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, June 2, 1894 1894-06-02 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, June 9, 1894 1894-06-09 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
22
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, June 16, 1894 1894-06-16 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, June 23, 1894 1894-06-23 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Pearson's Weekly, June 30, 1894 1894-06-30 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
22
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, July 7, 1894 1894-07-07 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, July 14, 1894 1894-07-14 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, July 21, 1894 1894-07-21 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, July 28, 1894 1894-07-28 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, August 4, 1894 1894-08-04 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
20
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Short Stories, September 8, 1894 1894-09-08 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, September 15, 1894 1894-09-15 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, September 22, 1894 1894-09-22 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, September 29, 1894 1894-09-29 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, October 6, 1894 1894-10-06 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, October 13, 1894 1894-10-13 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, October 20, 1894 1894-10-20 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, October 27, 1894 1894-10-27 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, November 3, 1894 1894-11-03 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, November 10, 1894 1894-11-10 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, November 17, 1894 1894-11-17 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, November 24, 1894 1894-11-24 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, December 1, 1894 1894-12-01 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, December 8, 1894 1894-12-08 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, December 15, 1894 1894-12-15 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
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Short Stories, December 22, 1894 1894-12-22 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, December 29, 1894 1894-12-29 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Valdar the Oft-Born: A Saga of Seven Ages 1895-00-00 George Griffith C. Arthur Pearson     416
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Short Stories, January 5, 1895 1895-01-05 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, January 12, 1895 1895-01-12 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, January 19, 1895 1895-01-19 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, January 26, 1895 1895-01-26 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, February 2, 1895 1895-02-02 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, February 9, 1895 1895-02-09 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, February 16, 1895 1895-02-16 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, February 23, 1895 1895-02-23 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, March 2, 1895 1895-03-02 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, March 9, 1895 1895-03-09 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, March 16, 1895 1895-03-16 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, March 23, 1895 1895-03-23 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, May 11, 1895 1895-05-11 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, September 7, 1895 1895-09-07 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, September 14, 1895 1895-09-14 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, September 21, 1895 1895-09-21 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, September 28, 1895 1895-09-28 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, October 5, 1895 1895-10-05 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, October 12, 1895 1895-10-12 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, October 19, 1895 1895-10-19 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, October 26, 1895 1895-10-26 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, November 2, 1895 1895-11-02 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, November 9, 1895 1895-11-09 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, November 16, 1895 1895-11-16 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, November 23, 1895 1895-11-23 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, November 30, 1895 1895-11-30 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, December 7, 1895 1895-12-07 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, December 14, 1895 1895-12-14 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Short Stories, December 21, 1895 1895-12-21 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
The Final War 1896-00-00 Louis Tracy C. Arthur Pearson     x+
372
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
Pearson's Magazine, February 1896 1896-02-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, April 1896 1896-04-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, June 1896 1896-06-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, August 1896 1896-08-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
The Raid of the "Detrimental": Being the True History of the Great Disappearance of 1862; Related by Several of Those Implicated and Others; And Now First Set Forth 1897-00-00 The Earl of Desart C. Arthur Pearson     vii+
424
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
An American Emperor: The Story of the Fourth Empire of France 1897-00-00 Louis Tracy C. Arthur Pearson     x+
336
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
Pearson's Magazine, April 1897 1897-04-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
124
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, May 1897 1897-05-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, June 1897 1897-06-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, June 12, 1897 1897-06-12 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, June 19, 1897 1897-06-19 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, June 26, 1897 1897-06-26 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, July 1897 1897-07-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, July 3, 1897 1897-07-03 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, July 10, 1897 1897-07-10 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, July 17, 1897 1897-07-17 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, July 24, 1897 1897-07-24 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, July 31, 1897 1897-07-31 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, August 1897 1897-08-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, August 7, 1897 1897-08-07 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, September 1897 1897-09-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
The Invisible Man: A Grotesque Romance 1897-09-15 H. G. Wells C. Arthur Pearson  
3/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
viii+
245
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
Pearson's Magazine, October 1897 1897-10-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Short Stories, October 16, 1897 1897-10-16 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Short Stories, October 23, 1897 1897-10-23 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Short Stories, October 30, 1897 1897-10-30 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, November 1897 1897-11-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Short Stories, November 6, 1897 1897-11-06 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Short Stories, November 13, 1897 1897-11-13 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Short Stories, November 20, 1897 1897-11-20 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Short Stories, November 27, 1897 1897-11-27 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, Christmas 1897 1897-12-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, December 1897 1897-12-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Short Stories, December 4, 1897 1897-12-04 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Short Stories, December 12, 1897 1897-12-11 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Short Stories, December 18, 1897 1897-12-18 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Short Stories, December 25, 1897 1897-12-25 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
The Rev. Annabel Lee: A Tale of To-Morrow 1898-00-00 Robert Buchanan C. Arthur Pearson     255
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
Van Wagener's Ways 1898-00-00 W. L. Alden C. Arthur Pearson     204
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
coll  
The Virgin of the Sun: A Tale of the Conquest of Peru 1898-00-00 George Griffith C. Arthur Pearson     306
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
An Egyptian Coquette 1898-00-00 Clive Holland C. Arthur Pearson     viii+
232
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
The Keepers of the People 1898-00-00 Edgar Jepson C. Arthur Pearson     358
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
The Lost Provinces: A sequel to "An American Emperor" 1898-00-00 Louis Tracy C. Arthur Pearson     viii+
380
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
Short Stories, January 1, 1898 1898-01-01 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, January 8, 1898 1898-01-08 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, January 15, 1898 1898-01-15 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, January 22, 1898 1898-01-22 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, January 29, 1898 1898-01-29 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, February 1898 1898-02-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Short Stories, February 5, 1898 1898-02-05 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, February 12, 1898 1898-02-12 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, February 19, 1898 1898-02-19 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, February 26, 1898 1898-02-26 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, March 1898 1898-03-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Short Stories, March 5, 1898 1898-03-05 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, March 12, 1898 1898-03-12 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, March 19, 1898 1898-03-19 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, March 26, 1898 1898-03-26 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, April 2, 1898 1898-04-02 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, April 9, 1898 1898-04-09 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, April 16, 1898 1898-04-16 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, April 23, 1898 1898-04-23 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, April 30, 1898 1898-04-30 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, May 7, 1898 1898-05-07 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, May 14, 1898 1898-05-14 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, May 21, 1898 1898-05-21 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, May 28, 1898 1898-05-28 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, June 4, 1898 1898-06-04 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, June 11, 1898 1898-06-11 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Short Stories, June 18, 1898 1898-06-18 ed. Editors of Short Stories (1893-1904) C. Arthur Pearson  
-/1?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
mag  
Pearson's Weekly, August 8, 1898 1898-08-08 ed. Editors of Pearson's Weekly C. Arthur Pearson      
tabloid?11" by 16" magazine, usually newsprint, e.g. British Science Fiction Monthly.
mag  
Pharaoh's Broker: Being the Very Remarkable Experiences in Another World of Isidore Werner (Written by Himself) 1899-00-00 Ellsworth Douglass C. Arthur Pearson     316
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
Ghosts: Being the Experiences of Flaxman Low 1899-00-00 Hesketh Prichard, K. Prichard C. Arthur Pearson  
6/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
viii+
300
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
coll  
Knaves of Diamonds: Being Tales of Mine and Veld 1899-00-00 George Griffith C. Arthur Pearson     xvi+
272
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
coll  
At a Winter's Fire 1899-05-00 Bernard Capes C. Arthur Pearson  
6/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
303
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
coll  
Pearson's Magazine, May 1899 1899-05-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson     112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, July 1899 1899-07-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
1/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, August 1899 1899-08-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
1/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, September 1899 1899-09-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
1/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, October 1899 1899-10-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
1/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, November 1899 1899-11-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
1/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, December 1899 1899-12-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
1/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
The Devil and the Inventor 1900-00-00 Austin Fryers C. Arthur Pearson     vi+
272
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
The White Battalions 1900-00-00 Fred M. White C. Arthur Pearson     341
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
"Thou Shalt Notó" 1900-00-00 Stanton Morich C. Arthur Pearson  
3/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
Pearson's Magazine, January 1900 1900-01-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson     120
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, February 1900 1900-02-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson     120
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, March 1900 1900-03-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson     112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, April 1900 1900-04-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson     112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, May 1900 1900-05-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson     112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, June 1900 1900-06-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson     112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, July 1900 1900-07-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson     120
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Don or Devil? 1901-00-00 William Westall C. Arthur Pearson     344
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
A Honeymoon in Space 1901-00-00 George Griffith C. Arthur Pearson     302
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
The Invaders: A Story of Britain's Peril 1901-00-00 Louis Tracy C. Arthur Pearson     428
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
The Royal Magazine, January 1901 1901-01-00 ed. Editors of The Royal Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
-/4?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, February 1901 1901-02-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson     112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
The Royal Magazine, February 1901 1901-02-00 ed. Editors of The Royal Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
-/4?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
The Royal Magazine, March 1901 1901-03-00 ed. Editors of The Royal Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
-/4?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
The Royal Magazine, April 1901 1901-04-00 ed. Editors of The Royal Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
The Royal Magazine, May 1901 1901-05-00 ed. Editors of The Royal Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
-/4?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
The Royal Magazine, June 1901 1901-06-00 ed. Editors of The Royal Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
The New Panjandrum 1902-00-00 G. E. Farrow C. Arthur Pearson     xvi+
198
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel Alan Wright  
Pearson's Magazine, October 1902 1902-10-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson     112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
In Search of the Wallypug 1903-00-00 G. E. Farrow C. Arthur Pearson     xvi+
205
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel Alan Wright  
Pearson's Magazine, January 1903 1903-01-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson     120
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, February 1903 1903-02-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson     112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, March 1903 1903-03-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson     112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, April 1903 1903-04-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson     112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, May 1903 1903-05-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson     112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, June 1903 1903-06-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson     112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, December 1903 1903-12-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson  
1/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
176
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag Cyrus Cuneo  
Pearson's Magazine, January 1904 1904-01-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
120
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag Cyrus Cuneo  
Pearson's Magazine, February 1904 1904-02-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag Cyrus Cuneo  
Pearson's Magazine, March 1904 1904-03-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, April 1904 1904-04-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, May 1904 1904-05-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, June 1904 1904-06-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson C. Arthur Pearson  
-/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
112
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
The Wallypug in Fog-Land 1904-10-00 G. E. Farrow C. Arthur Pearson  
5/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
207
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel Alan Wright  
The Adventures of Princess Daintipet 1905-00-00 Mrs. George Corbett C. Arthur Pearson     194
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel Checkmark
Tales of Mystery and Imagination 1905-00-00 Edgar Allan Poe C. Arthur Pearson     416
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
coll  
The Wallypug in the Moon: Or, His Badjesty 1905-00-00 G. E. Farrow C. Arthur Pearson  
5/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
256
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel Alan Wright  
Pearson's Magazine, January 1906 1906-01-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, April 1906 1906-04-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, July 1906 1906-07-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
The Royal Magazine, November 1906 1906-11-00 ed. Editors of The Royal Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
-/4?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32+
96
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, January 1907 1907-01-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, March 1907 1907-03-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
The Royal Magazine, December 1907 1907-12-00 ed. Editors of The Royal Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, October 1908 1908-10-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, December 1908 1908-12-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, June 1909 1909-06-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, October 1909 1909-10-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
Pearson's Magazine, December 1909 1909-12-00 ed. Editors of Pearson's Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
The Royal Magazine, February 1911 1911-02-00 ed. Editors of The Royal Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
The Royal Magazine, September 1911 1911-09-00 ed. Editors of The Royal Magazine C. Arthur Pearson      
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
The Royal Magazine, October 1911 1911-10-00 ed. Editors of The Royal Magazine C. Arthur Pearson  
-/4?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
28+
96
octavo?5.5" by 8.5" magazine, usually saddle-stapled, instead of side-stapled or glued
mag  
The Civil War of 1915 1912-00-00 J. Twells Brex C. Arthur Pearson     159
tp?Trade paperback. Any softcover book which is at least 7.25" (or 19 cm) tall, or at least 4.5" (11.5 cm) wide/deep.
novel Charles Crombie  
The Crimson Aeroplane 1913-00-00 Christopher Beck (I) C. Arthur Pearson     256
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
The Terror by Night 1913-00-00 Sidney Mattingly C. Arthur Pearson     158
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
The Diamond Dog and Other Tales of I.B.D. 1913-09-00 George Griffith C. Arthur Pearson     100
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
coll  
The Witch's Head 1915-00-00 H. Rider Haggard C. Arthur Pearson  
2/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
 
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
Uncanny Tales 1916-00-00 ed. uncredited C. Arthur Pearson  
1/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
125
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
anth  
Ghost Stories 1916-00-00 E. Heron, H. Heron C. Arthur Pearson  
1/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
117
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
coll  
Brood of the Witch-Queen 1918-00-00 Sax Rohmer C. Arthur Pearson  
1/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
212
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
More Uncanny Stories Selected from The Novel Magazine 1918-00-00 ed. uncredited C. Arthur Pearson     vi+
110
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
anth  
The Quest of the Sacred Slipper 1919-00-00 Sax Rohmer C. Arthur Pearson  
2/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
184
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
The Novel Magazine, December 1919 1919-12-00 ed. E. C. Vivian C. Arthur Pearson  
1/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
128
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
mag  
The Haunting of Low Fennel 1920-00-00 Sax Rohmer C. Arthur Pearson  
2/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
252
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
coll  
The Brigand of the Air 1920-00-00 Christopher Beck (I) C. Arthur Pearson     224
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel Watson Charlton  
Ghost Stories 1920-00-00 E. Heron, H. Heron C. Arthur Pearson  
2/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
117
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
coll  
The Silver God of the Orang Hutan 1922-00-00 David Douglas (I) C. Arthur Pearson     224
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
The People of the Chasm 1924-00-00 Christopher Beck (I) C. Arthur Pearson     256
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
The People of the Mist 1926-00-00 H. Rider Haggard C. Arthur Pearson  
2/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
351
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel  
Ghost Stories and Other Queer Tales 1931-00-00 ed. uncredited C. Arthur Pearson     256
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
anth  
Scoops, February 10, 1934 1934-02-10 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag Serge Drigin  
Scoops, February 17, 1934 1934-02-17 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag Serge Drigin  
Scoops, February 24, 1934 1934-02-24 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, March 3, 1934 1934-03-03 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, March 10, 1934 1934-03-10 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, March 17, 1934 1934-03-17 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, March 24, 1934 1934-03-24 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, March 31, 1934 1934-03-31 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, April 7, 1934 1934-04-07 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, April 14, 1934 1934-04-14 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, April 21, 1934 1934-04-21 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
32
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, April 28, 1934 1934-04-28 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
28
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag E. P. K.  
Scoops, May 5, 1934 1934-05-05 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
28
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, May 12, 1934 1934-05-12 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
28
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, May 19, 1934 1934-05-19 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
28
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, May 26, 1934 1934-05-26 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
28
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, June 2, 1934 1934-06-02 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
28
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, June 9, 1934 1934-06-09 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
28
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, June 16, 1934 1934-06-16 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
28
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
Scoops, June 23, 1934 1934-06-23 ed. Bernard Buley C. Arthur Pearson  
-/2?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
28
bedsheet?8.5" by 11.25" magazines, e.g. early issues of Amazing; or the 1942-43 issues of Astounding.
mag  
The Mandarin's Kite, or Little Tsu-Foo and Another Boy date unknown G. E. Farrow C. Arthur Pearson     vi+
154
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
novel Alan Wright  
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