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Six in a Family, Eleanor Graham, pub Nelson 1935, this edn. 1951, clipped d/j

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Hardback with clipped dustjacket, 261 pp, published by Thomas Nelson & Sons 1935, this edition 1951 4th reprint. Eleanor Graham, illustrated by Alfred Sindall. Frontispiece is a colour plate "Lucy ran to the tree". Black and white drawings illustrate the text. Condition is fair, with foxing to free end papers and page block edge, but inside the text is clean. Dust jacket condition is poor, having tears with loss to the bottom edge and spine, and tears to the folded edges. Inside the jacket the red cloth cover is in generally good condition, having slight fading at bottom of spine where a portion of the jacket is missing and a little bit of rubbing to the top of the spine. Front free end paper has a label pasted to it noting the book was given as a prize in 1951.

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Condition:
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Edition:
1951 4th impression
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
261

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Hardback with clipped dustjacket, 261 pp, published by Thomas Nelson & Sons 1935, this edition 1951 4th reprint. Eleanor Graham, illustrated by Alfred Sindall. Frontispiece is a colour plate "Lucy ran to the tree". Black and white drawings illustrate the text. Condition is fair, with foxing to free end papers and page block edge, but inside the text is clean. Dust jacket condition is poor, having tears with loss to the bottom edge and spine, and tears to the folded edges. Inside the jacket the red cloth cover is in generally good condition, having slight fading at bottom of spine where a portion of the jacket is missing and a little bit of rubbing to the top of the spine. Front free end paper has a label pasted to it noting the book was given as a prize in 1951.

PLU:
0
Condition:
Poor
Edition:
1951 4th impression
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
261

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