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Red Cloud - The Solitary Sioux

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Product description

Olive green cloth covered boards with the title and some gold, red and black titling and illustrations on the front and spine, the rear has the publishers logo blind stamped. The spine is a little discoloured with exposure.

Some light wear around the spine and the bottom corners a lightly bumped.

The binding and hinges are in extremely good condition; despite its age it appears few pages have been opened.

There is an award certificate, issued by the School Bard of London, pasted on the front pastedown dated 1895 and a stamp of the same origin on the verso of the title page.

Internally the book is in extremely good condition. We took few internal images as we didn't want to spoil the excellent state of the binding.

Item details

Author(s):
Butler
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1892
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
327
Publisher:
Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd.

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About this item

Olive green cloth covered boards with the title and some gold, red and black titling and illustrations on the front and spine, the rear has the publishers logo blind stamped. The spine is a little discoloured with exposure.

Some light wear around the spine and the bottom corners a lightly bumped.

The binding and hinges are in extremely good condition; despite its age it appears few pages have been opened.

There is an award certificate, issued by the School Bard of London, pasted on the front pastedown dated 1895 and a stamp of the same origin on the verso of the title page.

Internally the book is in extremely good condition. We took few internal images as we didn't want to spoil the excellent state of the binding.

Author(s):
Butler
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1892
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
327
Publisher:
Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd.

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