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Boy

£175.00

Product description

This is a 1931 first edition published Boriswood Limited. The boards are orange with black text on the spine they show slight signs of wear from use. The dust jacket is in like new condition with some discolouration to the spine section however it has not been price clipped and there are no rips tears or folds. The dust jacket is wrapped in protective plastic. The top of the pages have been marked as a remainder with black ink and there is a small amount of foxing to the front and bottom edge of the pages this does not affect the clarity of the text. There is some foxing to the front and rear paste downs this is the only internal foxing in the book and is hidden under the flaps of the dust jacket. There is a label with the authors name stuck in on the title page. The pages are bright and clean with no rips, tears, folds or creases. The hinge is tight and strong. included with this book is an original advert for the book.

Item details

Added value:
First Edition
Author(s):
Hanley, James
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
135mm x 195mm x 30mm Approximately
Edition:
1931 First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
271
Publisher:
Boriswood, Limited
Title:
Boy

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About this item

This is a 1931 first edition published Boriswood Limited. The boards are orange with black text on the spine they show slight signs of wear from use. The dust jacket is in like new condition with some discolouration to the spine section however it has not been price clipped and there are no rips tears or folds. The dust jacket is wrapped in protective plastic. The top of the pages have been marked as a remainder with black ink and there is a small amount of foxing to the front and bottom edge of the pages this does not affect the clarity of the text. There is some foxing to the front and rear paste downs this is the only internal foxing in the book and is hidden under the flaps of the dust jacket. There is a label with the authors name stuck in on the title page. The pages are bright and clean with no rips, tears, folds or creases. The hinge is tight and strong. included with this book is an original advert for the book.

Added value:
First Edition
Author(s):
Hanley, James
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
135mm x 195mm x 30mm Approximately
Edition:
1931 First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
271
Publisher:
Boriswood, Limited
Title:
Boy

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