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London a la Mode

£19.99

Product description

A first edition hardback with dust jacket designed by Paul Hogarth, this book includes his captioned monochrome drawings depicting London life in the 1960s (divided in Morning, Noon, Evening and Night) - echoing his forbear William Hogarth's vivid illustrations of London 200 years before. Paul Hogarth's drawings are complemented by the accomplished prose of Malcolm Muggeridge, whose commentary shows clearly his own very different attitude to the London he knows so well.
The blue-coloured boards are in reasonable condition and the spine is a bit bent on the lower edge. The pages are clean but some are also little bent on the lower edge, and the binding is loosening slightly. The dust jacket is worn and grubby around the edges, and has been torn and repaired with clear adhesive tape on the lower front edge.

Item details

Added value:
Rare
Author(s):
Paul Hogarth and Malcolm Muggeridge
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1966
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
141
Publisher:
Studio Vista Ltd

Standard UK Delivery (£3.95 per order)

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About this item

A first edition hardback with dust jacket designed by Paul Hogarth, this book includes his captioned monochrome drawings depicting London life in the 1960s (divided in Morning, Noon, Evening and Night) - echoing his forbear William Hogarth's vivid illustrations of London 200 years before. Paul Hogarth's drawings are complemented by the accomplished prose of Malcolm Muggeridge, whose commentary shows clearly his own very different attitude to the London he knows so well.
The blue-coloured boards are in reasonable condition and the spine is a bit bent on the lower edge. The pages are clean but some are also little bent on the lower edge, and the binding is loosening slightly. The dust jacket is worn and grubby around the edges, and has been torn and repaired with clear adhesive tape on the lower front edge.

Added value:
Rare
Author(s):
Paul Hogarth and Malcolm Muggeridge
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1966
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
141
Publisher:
Studio Vista Ltd

Delivery & returns

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