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The Notorious Mrs Ebbsmith; His House in Order; A Wife Without a Smile

£45.00

Product description

Three plays by Aurthur W. Pinero bound into one volume. We can find no record of these three plays published in one volume so we believe it may be a personal edition. This theory is reinforced by the presence of individual black and white photographs pasted in at appropriate places with hand-written captions. This is a squat thick volume with green/blue marbled boards trimmed with white wrap-around leather spine and matching corner-pieces. The end-papers are multi-coloured feather pattern, with an ex-libris sticker on the inside front board. The binding is in extremely sound condition. There is a little shelf wear and the white leather is grubby but will clean up well if required. Overall this volume is in remarkably good condition for its age. To avoid damage to the binding we did not force pages open to obtain many images.

Item details

Added value:
Scarce
Author(s):
Pinero, Arthur W.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
170 x 132 x 47 mm approx.
Edition:
circa early 1900
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
William Heinemann

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About this item

Three plays by Aurthur W. Pinero bound into one volume. We can find no record of these three plays published in one volume so we believe it may be a personal edition. This theory is reinforced by the presence of individual black and white photographs pasted in at appropriate places with hand-written captions. This is a squat thick volume with green/blue marbled boards trimmed with white wrap-around leather spine and matching corner-pieces. The end-papers are multi-coloured feather pattern, with an ex-libris sticker on the inside front board. The binding is in extremely sound condition. There is a little shelf wear and the white leather is grubby but will clean up well if required. Overall this volume is in remarkably good condition for its age. To avoid damage to the binding we did not force pages open to obtain many images.

Added value:
Scarce
Author(s):
Pinero, Arthur W.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
170 x 132 x 47 mm approx.
Edition:
circa early 1900
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
William Heinemann

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