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The Tale of Beatrix Potter

£19.99

Product description

Hardback with dust jacket. Some small, faint marks to the dust jacket. Light shelf wear to the dust jacket and book. Price clipped from dust jacket. Bound in black boards with title, author and publisher in gilt on the spine. Book is tightly bound. Small, neat dedication on front end paper. Pages are clean, bright and free from notes. Black and white photographic plates section in the middle of the book. Black and white illustrations throughout. Overall, book and dust jacket are in very good condition.

Margaret Lane explores the life of beloved yet reclusive children's author, Beatrix Potter. This edition has been updated, as more information came to light after publication. It includes several photographs that were previously unpublished.

Published By: Frederick Warne, Harmondsworth: 1985 (Updated Version)

Item details

Author(s):
Margaret Lane
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1985 Updated Version
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0723232660
ISBN-13:
9780723232667
Number of pages:
174
Publisher:
Warne
Title:
The Tale of Beatrix Potter

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About this item

Hardback with dust jacket. Some small, faint marks to the dust jacket. Light shelf wear to the dust jacket and book. Price clipped from dust jacket. Bound in black boards with title, author and publisher in gilt on the spine. Book is tightly bound. Small, neat dedication on front end paper. Pages are clean, bright and free from notes. Black and white photographic plates section in the middle of the book. Black and white illustrations throughout. Overall, book and dust jacket are in very good condition.

Margaret Lane explores the life of beloved yet reclusive children's author, Beatrix Potter. This edition has been updated, as more information came to light after publication. It includes several photographs that were previously unpublished.

Published By: Frederick Warne, Harmondsworth: 1985 (Updated Version)

Author(s):
Margaret Lane
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1985 Updated Version
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0723232660
ISBN-13:
9780723232667
Number of pages:
174
Publisher:
Warne
Title:
The Tale of Beatrix Potter

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