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Songs of the Restoration Theatre

£35.99

Product description

Subtitled with the words: "Edited from the printed books of the time with an introduction:. The book has pale yellow cloth-covered boards and spine. The corners show little bumping and there is hardly any shelf wear. The spine itself is in particularly good condition. This shows the book title and the names of the author and the publisher in red writing. The endpapers are well-glued to the boards and well-stitched to the spine. The pages are well-cut and there is hardly any discolouration. The page edges show some discolouration and there is some slight foxing to the edges of the front few pages. All the songs are written in text form although on the frontispiece there are the music (by Eccles) and words (by Congreve) for "A Souldier (sic) and a Sailor" around 1700, on page 16. The dust jacket is a light brown colour and shows the book title and the names of the author and publisher on the front with a red decorative border. The jacket has become a deeper brown with age particularly at the spine. It has various small tears along its top and bottom edges with some wear marks on the spine. The jacket is not price-clipped on the inside.

Item details

Added value:
None
Author(s):
Philip John Stead
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
222 x 145 x 11 mm (approx)
Edition:
First (1948)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
91
Publisher:
Methuen and Co Ltd
Title:
Songs of the Restoration Theatre

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About this item

Subtitled with the words: "Edited from the printed books of the time with an introduction:. The book has pale yellow cloth-covered boards and spine. The corners show little bumping and there is hardly any shelf wear. The spine itself is in particularly good condition. This shows the book title and the names of the author and the publisher in red writing. The endpapers are well-glued to the boards and well-stitched to the spine. The pages are well-cut and there is hardly any discolouration. The page edges show some discolouration and there is some slight foxing to the edges of the front few pages. All the songs are written in text form although on the frontispiece there are the music (by Eccles) and words (by Congreve) for "A Souldier (sic) and a Sailor" around 1700, on page 16. The dust jacket is a light brown colour and shows the book title and the names of the author and publisher on the front with a red decorative border. The jacket has become a deeper brown with age particularly at the spine. It has various small tears along its top and bottom edges with some wear marks on the spine. The jacket is not price-clipped on the inside.

Added value:
None
Author(s):
Philip John Stead
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
222 x 145 x 11 mm (approx)
Edition:
First (1948)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
91
Publisher:
Methuen and Co Ltd
Title:
Songs of the Restoration Theatre

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