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The Old Pincushion or Aunt Clotilda's Guests

£40.00

Product description

Excellent condition for its age and a thoroughly charming little book. Undated, publishing year derived from Worldcat.org (1891). Bevelled, decorated floral tan boards with brown titles on front cover and spine; all edges gilt; pictorial frontispiece - with tissue protection - heavy foxing to the tissue; beautifully illustrated throughout by a Mrs Adrian Hope; Decorated endpapers. Good tight copy, spine tight, good clean pages - all tight and intact, though not without moderate foxing to the front and back end pages (pictured). A few scratches to the exterior of the boards, a few marks to the exterior. Inscription dated 1892, and a second inscription dated 1903. Small corner torn from front endpaper. Signs of shelf wear, corners bumped, spine, edges are worn (pictured).

Item details

Author(s):
Molesworth, Mrs.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
214 x 174 x 26mm approx.
Edition:
Undated, 1889 (date derived from Worldcat.org)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
Griffith, Farran, Okeden & Welsh

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About this item

Excellent condition for its age and a thoroughly charming little book. Undated, publishing year derived from Worldcat.org (1891). Bevelled, decorated floral tan boards with brown titles on front cover and spine; all edges gilt; pictorial frontispiece - with tissue protection - heavy foxing to the tissue; beautifully illustrated throughout by a Mrs Adrian Hope; Decorated endpapers. Good tight copy, spine tight, good clean pages - all tight and intact, though not without moderate foxing to the front and back end pages (pictured). A few scratches to the exterior of the boards, a few marks to the exterior. Inscription dated 1892, and a second inscription dated 1903. Small corner torn from front endpaper. Signs of shelf wear, corners bumped, spine, edges are worn (pictured).

Author(s):
Molesworth, Mrs.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
214 x 174 x 26mm approx.
Edition:
Undated, 1889 (date derived from Worldcat.org)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
Griffith, Farran, Okeden & Welsh

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