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The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Charles Dickens completed by WEC in 1914 illustrated by Zoffany Oldfield

£24.00

Product description

Publisher: J M Ouseley and Son, London c.1914 Text revised and edited by Mary Grant, drawings by Zoffany Oldfield. Hardback, 528 pages, illustrated with full page black and white plates by Zoffany Oldfield. No dust jacket. Cover in red cloth boards with black titling to spine and indented titling to front, is in fair condition commensurate with age with shelf wear to edges, fading and discolouration to spine, light fraying to spine extremities and a few marks here and there to boards. Internally the book is in decent condition for its age with tight binding, no tears, creases or significant marks. Foxing to end papers and here and there through the book. Tanning to page edges and a neat inscription and small royalty sticker on front end paper. Overall a decent copy of this unusual completed edition of Edwin Drood with handsome and atmospheric full page illustrations by Zoffany Oldfield.

Item details

Author(s):
Charles Dickens, W.E.C
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
528
Publisher:
J M Ouseley and Son
Title:
The Mystery of Edwin Drood completed in 1914 by W.E.C

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Publisher: J M Ouseley and Son, London c.1914 Text revised and edited by Mary Grant, drawings by Zoffany Oldfield. Hardback, 528 pages, illustrated with full page black and white plates by Zoffany Oldfield. No dust jacket. Cover in red cloth boards with black titling to spine and indented titling to front, is in fair condition commensurate with age with shelf wear to edges, fading and discolouration to spine, light fraying to spine extremities and a few marks here and there to boards. Internally the book is in decent condition for its age with tight binding, no tears, creases or significant marks. Foxing to end papers and here and there through the book. Tanning to page edges and a neat inscription and small royalty sticker on front end paper. Overall a decent copy of this unusual completed edition of Edwin Drood with handsome and atmospheric full page illustrations by Zoffany Oldfield.

Author(s):
Charles Dickens, W.E.C
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
528
Publisher:
J M Ouseley and Son
Title:
The Mystery of Edwin Drood completed in 1914 by W.E.C

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