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Uneasy Money - P G Wodehouse - 1942 issue with dustjacket

£40.00 Out Of Stock

Product description

Set in the United States, it tells the story of Lord "Bill" Dawlish, who inherits a large sum of money and who tries to give it away.

Hardback book in good condition. Ends of spine and corners lightly bumped. Shelfwear on top and bottom edges of front board. Minor wear on back board. Light foxing on top edge of text block and to endpapers. Front hinge beginning to crack. Owner's name and date (22-2-47) in ink on front free endpaper.

Dust jacket, in removable protective cover, in good condition. Ends of spine and corners chipped, with 1cm tears at top and bottom of spine. Wear on spine, folds of flaps and front cover. Remains of a sticker over the original price on spine.

Item details

Author(s):
Wodehouse, P.G.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Nineteenth edition, 1942
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
279
Publisher:
Methuen
Title:
Uneasy Money

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Set in the United States, it tells the story of Lord "Bill" Dawlish, who inherits a large sum of money and who tries to give it away.

Hardback book in good condition. Ends of spine and corners lightly bumped. Shelfwear on top and bottom edges of front board. Minor wear on back board. Light foxing on top edge of text block and to endpapers. Front hinge beginning to crack. Owner's name and date (22-2-47) in ink on front free endpaper.

Dust jacket, in removable protective cover, in good condition. Ends of spine and corners chipped, with 1cm tears at top and bottom of spine. Wear on spine, folds of flaps and front cover. Remains of a sticker over the original price on spine.

Author(s):
Wodehouse, P.G.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Nineteenth edition, 1942
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
279
Publisher:
Methuen
Title:
Uneasy Money

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