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New Forest Mystery

£15.99

Product description

Sequel to 'New Forest Adventure' featuring a group of four horse-riding friends solving a mystery based in the New Forest.

Jacket is in remarkably good condition for a children's book of its age. There is some shelf-wear along the edges with small chips and tears particularly near the spine and corners. The inside (board-side) has some foxing. The spine is faded. The price corner has been clipped.

The boards are bright green with the details on the front and spine in brown text. The binding is sound with very good attachment of the boards.

There are no inscriptions or marks. The pages are generally yellowed with age and some more general foxing which worsens towards the edges of the pages.

Item details

Author(s):
Mogridge, Stephen
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
185 x 122 x 33 mm approx.
Edition:
Reprint 1959
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
230
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd

Standard UK Delivery £3.95 per order

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About this item

Sequel to 'New Forest Adventure' featuring a group of four horse-riding friends solving a mystery based in the New Forest.

Jacket is in remarkably good condition for a children's book of its age. There is some shelf-wear along the edges with small chips and tears particularly near the spine and corners. The inside (board-side) has some foxing. The spine is faded. The price corner has been clipped.

The boards are bright green with the details on the front and spine in brown text. The binding is sound with very good attachment of the boards.

There are no inscriptions or marks. The pages are generally yellowed with age and some more general foxing which worsens towards the edges of the pages.

Author(s):
Mogridge, Stephen
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
185 x 122 x 33 mm approx.
Edition:
Reprint 1959
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
230
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd

Delivery & returns

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