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Daily Mirror Weekly Overseas Edition Royal Funeral Number

£34.99

Product description

The Overseas Weekly Mirror for Thursday January 30 1936 marking the funeral of King George V. Thin paper covers with an illustration on the front of the new King Edward VIII. The spine is worn and chipped at the top and base, the fore edge of the front cover is a little chipped, the pages are uniformly yellowed with age. The publication is in a generally good condition, it contains copies of the Daily Mirror from Thursday January 23 1936 to Wednesday January 29 1936, all bound together by staples into one volume. Each of the daily newspapers of 26-32 pages has a great deal of information about the life, death, lying-in-state and funeral of the late king as well as all the ordinary news of the day which provides a lot of context for the period.

Item details

Added value:
Scarce publication
Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
37cm x 29cm
Edition:
1936
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
32
Publisher:
Daily Mirror

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The Overseas Weekly Mirror for Thursday January 30 1936 marking the funeral of King George V. Thin paper covers with an illustration on the front of the new King Edward VIII. The spine is worn and chipped at the top and base, the fore edge of the front cover is a little chipped, the pages are uniformly yellowed with age. The publication is in a generally good condition, it contains copies of the Daily Mirror from Thursday January 23 1936 to Wednesday January 29 1936, all bound together by staples into one volume. Each of the daily newspapers of 26-32 pages has a great deal of information about the life, death, lying-in-state and funeral of the late king as well as all the ordinary news of the day which provides a lot of context for the period.

Added value:
Scarce publication
Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
37cm x 29cm
Edition:
1936
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
32
Publisher:
Daily Mirror

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