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The Mission : or, Scenes in Africa by Captain Marryat - published 1864

£34.99

Product description

A new edition published in one volume with illustrations by John Gilbert. Written for young people.

Red leather binding with gilt lettering on dark background to spine, gilt decoration and raised bands to spine, gilt borders to front and rear covers, gilt decoration to cover edges; patterned endpapers, all page edges gilt.

Good condition for a book of this considerable age: light wear to covers and spine with board material revealed at bumped cover corners, 4cm surface cut to rear cover; light soiling to top edge of pages, gift inscriptions to reverse of front free endpaper, light crease to fore edge of illustration page facing page 100, occasional soiling, foxing and other markings internally, otherwise internally fine given age of book.

Item details

Author(s):
Marryat, Captain Frederick
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
12mo - 7 - 8
Edition:
Published 1864.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
446
Publisher:
Henry G. Bohn
Title:
The Mission

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About this item

A new edition published in one volume with illustrations by John Gilbert. Written for young people.

Red leather binding with gilt lettering on dark background to spine, gilt decoration and raised bands to spine, gilt borders to front and rear covers, gilt decoration to cover edges; patterned endpapers, all page edges gilt.

Good condition for a book of this considerable age: light wear to covers and spine with board material revealed at bumped cover corners, 4cm surface cut to rear cover; light soiling to top edge of pages, gift inscriptions to reverse of front free endpaper, light crease to fore edge of illustration page facing page 100, occasional soiling, foxing and other markings internally, otherwise internally fine given age of book.

Author(s):
Marryat, Captain Frederick
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
12mo - 7 - 8
Edition:
Published 1864.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
446
Publisher:
Henry G. Bohn
Title:
The Mission

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