Publisher: J.M. Dent and Sons, London, E.P. Dutton& Co, New York, 1953. Hardback, 232 pages, pictorial unclipped dustjacket, illus with eight lovely colour plates and fourteen black and white drawings by Donald Seton Cammell. Cover, in fawn cloth with red knight and castle design with royal blue titling to spine and front, is in good condition with just some light bumping to top and bottom of spine and very light shelfwear. Book itself is in good condition with firm binding, clean, clear text pages and illustrations and no inscriptions, tears or creases. Light tanning to page block edges and small mark to bottom page block edge. Small inky mark at bottom of page 75 and opposite illustration (not affecting the actual picture), also some marks on page 216 and on opposite illustration page but once again not affecting the actual picture. Highly attractive pictorial dustjacket, which is not price clipped, is in fair to good condition with some shelfwear/creasing to top edge and a couple of small tears to top and bottom edges of spine. Overall a very decent copy with un-clipped dustjacket and lovely illustrations in colour and black and white.