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Picciola

£12.99

Product description

The French language book comes from a prolific 19th century French author of historical novels. This copy carries an inscription in black ink on the front free end-paper dated 13 Dec. 1864 and stating the book to be the "Premier Prix de Musique" awarded to "Mademoiselle Reynolds etre de Montague House, Richmond, Surrey.

The purple embossed leather-effect cloth full cover are complete, clean and free from damage apart from slight wear at the edges. The binding is complete and all pages appear to be free from damage and clean apart from the inscription noted above and some foxing to the pages at the front and back of the book. The closed pages are gilded on all three edges.

Item details

Author(s):
Saintine, X.-B.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
38th, 1863
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
341
Publisher:
Hachette
Title:
Picciola

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The French language book comes from a prolific 19th century French author of historical novels. This copy carries an inscription in black ink on the front free end-paper dated 13 Dec. 1864 and stating the book to be the "Premier Prix de Musique" awarded to "Mademoiselle Reynolds etre de Montague House, Richmond, Surrey.

The purple embossed leather-effect cloth full cover are complete, clean and free from damage apart from slight wear at the edges. The binding is complete and all pages appear to be free from damage and clean apart from the inscription noted above and some foxing to the pages at the front and back of the book. The closed pages are gilded on all three edges.

Author(s):
Saintine, X.-B.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
38th, 1863
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
341
Publisher:
Hachette
Title:
Picciola

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