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Alice in Wonderland (Retold by Edith Robarts)

£225.00

Product description

Decorative olive green cloth hard covers, gilt titles and extensive decoration on the spine, colour illustration and gilt decoration on the front with titles in olive green. The back cover has an area of pale water.marking. Light wear at the top and base of the spine and on the corners. Light foxing on the front and lower edges and occasionally in the text. Gold endpapers with a red, white and gold shell and floral pattern. Owner name in biro on the reverse of the first free endpaper. The pages are lightly tanned. The frontispiece and protective tissue are partially detached, the illustrations between pp 6-7 and 64-65 are detached; the latter has a tape repair on the reverse. The hinges are cracked at the endpapers. Classic Lewis Carroll story retold by Edith Robarts for the Stories for Children series. Beautiful colour plates, artist un-known. Undated but probably early 20th century. Very uncommon book in these decorative covers.

Item details

Added value:
Rare book
Author(s):
Carroll, Lewis & Robarts, Edith
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
c1910
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
96
Publisher:
Ward, Lock & Co

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About this item

Decorative olive green cloth hard covers, gilt titles and extensive decoration on the spine, colour illustration and gilt decoration on the front with titles in olive green. The back cover has an area of pale water.marking. Light wear at the top and base of the spine and on the corners. Light foxing on the front and lower edges and occasionally in the text. Gold endpapers with a red, white and gold shell and floral pattern. Owner name in biro on the reverse of the first free endpaper. The pages are lightly tanned. The frontispiece and protective tissue are partially detached, the illustrations between pp 6-7 and 64-65 are detached; the latter has a tape repair on the reverse. The hinges are cracked at the endpapers. Classic Lewis Carroll story retold by Edith Robarts for the Stories for Children series. Beautiful colour plates, artist un-known. Undated but probably early 20th century. Very uncommon book in these decorative covers.

Added value:
Rare book
Author(s):
Carroll, Lewis & Robarts, Edith
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
c1910
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
96
Publisher:
Ward, Lock & Co

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