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The Land Without Music

£24.99

Product description

Translated from the original German by H. Herzl and published by Jarrolds Publishers of London around the mid 1920s.

Plain blue cloth covered boards with the title and details on the spine in the form of a pasted on label, which has a brown liquid stain over the bottom; there is another of these labels attached to the last-but-one free endpaper.

Minimal light wear around the edges and some light scratching to the bottom of the rear board. The corners are slightly bumped. The hinges and binding are in very good order. No inscriptions. The free endpapers are badly yellowed, but foxing is not generally evident in the main text block. Only top edges of the pages are fully trimmed.

Item details

Added value:
Probably first edn.
Author(s):
Schmitz, Oscar A. H. (Herzl H. Trans.)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
226 x 150 x 32 mm approx.
Edition:
undated, probably mid 1920s
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
230
Publisher:
Jarrolds Publishers London

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About this item

Translated from the original German by H. Herzl and published by Jarrolds Publishers of London around the mid 1920s.

Plain blue cloth covered boards with the title and details on the spine in the form of a pasted on label, which has a brown liquid stain over the bottom; there is another of these labels attached to the last-but-one free endpaper.

Minimal light wear around the edges and some light scratching to the bottom of the rear board. The corners are slightly bumped. The hinges and binding are in very good order. No inscriptions. The free endpapers are badly yellowed, but foxing is not generally evident in the main text block. Only top edges of the pages are fully trimmed.

Added value:
Probably first edn.
Author(s):
Schmitz, Oscar A. H. (Herzl H. Trans.)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
226 x 150 x 32 mm approx.
Edition:
undated, probably mid 1920s
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
230
Publisher:
Jarrolds Publishers London

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