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The Collected Poems of T. E. Brown

£9.99

Product description

Plain green cloth covered boards with the details on the spine in now dull gilt text, the spine is discoloured with age and exposure.

A little edge wear, mainly the top and bottom of the spine.

The top corners are bumped.

The top page edges are dusty and discoloured.

Some free play in the front board, with a crack between the second endpaper and half-title page, with the mull exposed, but it is still well attached to the binding.

Inscription on the first front endpaper and some words on the second endpaper, both dated 1913. There is a tear at the top of the second free endpaper.

Some foxing and tanning to the early and later pages and the page ends, but the main text is largely unaffected.

Protective tissue for the frontispiece is still intact.

A quick inspection didn't find any marking.

Item details

Author(s):
Brown, T. E.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
195 x 137 x 39 mm approx.
Edition:
1909
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
736
Publisher:
Macmillan and Co.

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About this item

Plain green cloth covered boards with the details on the spine in now dull gilt text, the spine is discoloured with age and exposure.

A little edge wear, mainly the top and bottom of the spine.

The top corners are bumped.

The top page edges are dusty and discoloured.

Some free play in the front board, with a crack between the second endpaper and half-title page, with the mull exposed, but it is still well attached to the binding.

Inscription on the first front endpaper and some words on the second endpaper, both dated 1913. There is a tear at the top of the second free endpaper.

Some foxing and tanning to the early and later pages and the page ends, but the main text is largely unaffected.

Protective tissue for the frontispiece is still intact.

A quick inspection didn't find any marking.

Author(s):
Brown, T. E.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
195 x 137 x 39 mm approx.
Edition:
1909
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
736
Publisher:
Macmillan and Co.

Delivery & returns

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