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A textbook of model millinery

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Product description

Extended title: n/a
Author: Ethel R.E. Langridge
Cover: Hardcover
Edition: first edition
Published: 1957
Publisher: Gerald Duckworth, London
ISBN: n/a
Printed: Brown Knight & Truscott Ltd, London

Book description:
Front cover: Burgundy cloth cover
Spine cover: same as front
Back cover: same as front
Dust jacket: the dust jacket in this case is the cover as it has been permanently attached to the cover, presumably because it was repaired and this was part of that. the front has a pink background with black text for title and author, with a black and white picture of two hats crafting a new hat. the spine has the same as front cover including the publisher, without the picture. and the back cover has a white background with black writing about other books by the same publisher of this book.
Pages: 104

Book condition:
Overall: Used, Good
Front cover: inaccessible due to dust jacket being bound to cover through plastic cover over dust jacket and books cover, however there is little to no edge wear and no corners have been bumped.
Back cover: same as front
Spine cover:same as front
Pages: first and last page have glue markings due to being repaired poorly with wrong equipment, however those pages have no text on them. Other than this there is no damage to any of the pages.
Binding: moderately tight binding with no breaks detected
dust jacket: in pretty average condition, There is a bit of edge damage throughout the dust jacket edges. The book has marking from being moved on a desk like surface. The dust jacket is protected from further damage due to the plastic cover. There are a number of very small tears along the edges of the dust jacket that won't get worse as it's being protected.

Item details

Author(s):
Ethel R.E. Langridge
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
104
Publisher:
Gerald Duckworth
Title:
A textbook of model millinery

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About this item

Extended title: n/a
Author: Ethel R.E. Langridge
Cover: Hardcover
Edition: first edition
Published: 1957
Publisher: Gerald Duckworth, London
ISBN: n/a
Printed: Brown Knight & Truscott Ltd, London

Book description:
Front cover: Burgundy cloth cover
Spine cover: same as front
Back cover: same as front
Dust jacket: the dust jacket in this case is the cover as it has been permanently attached to the cover, presumably because it was repaired and this was part of that. the front has a pink background with black text for title and author, with a black and white picture of two hats crafting a new hat. the spine has the same as front cover including the publisher, without the picture. and the back cover has a white background with black writing about other books by the same publisher of this book.
Pages: 104

Book condition:
Overall: Used, Good
Front cover: inaccessible due to dust jacket being bound to cover through plastic cover over dust jacket and books cover, however there is little to no edge wear and no corners have been bumped.
Back cover: same as front
Spine cover:same as front
Pages: first and last page have glue markings due to being repaired poorly with wrong equipment, however those pages have no text on them. Other than this there is no damage to any of the pages.
Binding: moderately tight binding with no breaks detected
dust jacket: in pretty average condition, There is a bit of edge damage throughout the dust jacket edges. The book has marking from being moved on a desk like surface. The dust jacket is protected from further damage due to the plastic cover. There are a number of very small tears along the edges of the dust jacket that won't get worse as it's being protected.

Author(s):
Ethel R.E. Langridge
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
104
Publisher:
Gerald Duckworth
Title:
A textbook of model millinery

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