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The Trifler

£50.00

Product description

The book has red embossed (ribbed) cloth-covered boards and spine with the book title and author's and publisher's names in faded gilt script on the spine. The front cover also has an embossed motif in its centre. The book has some bumping to the corners and some shelf wear especially at the spine. The hinges are generally in good condition although it appears that a page has been torn out (or lost) from the spine after the title page. There is some faded red lettering on the front free endpaper which is indecipherable. The pages are slightly rough cut and are discoloured, especially at the edges. The frontispiece shows a black and white picture depicting a scene from the book.

Item details

Added value:
None
Author(s):
Archibald Eyre
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
162 x 112 x 18 mm (approx)
Edition:
Not stated, probably 1903, first edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
250
Publisher:
Ward, Lock and Co Ltd
Title:
The Trifler

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£9.00
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About this item

The book has red embossed (ribbed) cloth-covered boards and spine with the book title and author's and publisher's names in faded gilt script on the spine. The front cover also has an embossed motif in its centre. The book has some bumping to the corners and some shelf wear especially at the spine. The hinges are generally in good condition although it appears that a page has been torn out (or lost) from the spine after the title page. There is some faded red lettering on the front free endpaper which is indecipherable. The pages are slightly rough cut and are discoloured, especially at the edges. The frontispiece shows a black and white picture depicting a scene from the book.

Added value:
None
Author(s):
Archibald Eyre
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
162 x 112 x 18 mm (approx)
Edition:
Not stated, probably 1903, first edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
250
Publisher:
Ward, Lock and Co Ltd
Title:
The Trifler

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Courier delivery cost: £9.00

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