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The Harmsworth Magazine

£8.99

Product description

May, 1901. Condition Fair. The front cover is loose and detached from spine. Back cover has a 4 inch jagged tear. Text is clean and tight. Interesting piece of ephemera containing numerous stories, articles, illustrations and photographs including "Cycling Through The Air", "the Lost Alligator" and "How To Make A Cigarette".

NB. Condition is described as "good" because the system forces a choice from limited options. In fairness this copy is damaged and can only be considered "fair" for its age.

Item details

Condition:
Used: good
Country of origin:
GB
Dimensions:
17.0 X24.5 cms
Edition:
May 1901
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
384
Period:
1900s
Publisher:
Harmsworth
Type:
Magazine

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May, 1901. Condition Fair. The front cover is loose and detached from spine. Back cover has a 4 inch jagged tear. Text is clean and tight. Interesting piece of ephemera containing numerous stories, articles, illustrations and photographs including "Cycling Through The Air", "the Lost Alligator" and "How To Make A Cigarette".

NB. Condition is described as "good" because the system forces a choice from limited options. In fairness this copy is damaged and can only be considered "fair" for its age.

Condition:
Used: good
Country of origin:
GB
Dimensions:
17.0 X24.5 cms
Edition:
May 1901
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
384
Period:
1900s
Publisher:
Harmsworth
Type:
Magazine

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