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The Village in the Jungle

£100.00

Product description

Scarce 1925 edition. Brown cloth hard covers with dark brown titles on the front and the spine. Light edge wear; both boards have some pale surface mottling. There is a crease across the cloth of the top right corner of the front board. The first free endpaper is tanned and has some insect damage around the lower edge and the lower parts of the sides. There is also wear on the front pastedown at the lower part of the hinge. Gift inscription on first free endpaper dated 1927. Last free endpaper is tanned. Top and fore edges have some foxing.

Item details

Added value:
Scarce 1925 edition
Author(s):
Woolf, L S
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1925
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
301
Publisher:
Edward Arnold

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About this item

Scarce 1925 edition. Brown cloth hard covers with dark brown titles on the front and the spine. Light edge wear; both boards have some pale surface mottling. There is a crease across the cloth of the top right corner of the front board. The first free endpaper is tanned and has some insect damage around the lower edge and the lower parts of the sides. There is also wear on the front pastedown at the lower part of the hinge. Gift inscription on first free endpaper dated 1927. Last free endpaper is tanned. Top and fore edges have some foxing.

Added value:
Scarce 1925 edition
Author(s):
Woolf, L S
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1925
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
301
Publisher:
Edward Arnold

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