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The Strand Magazine Jan-June 1895

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The Strand Magazine Jan-June 1895
Edited by George Newnes. pp716.

Familiar blue boards with engraved image, now fading, of the famous road. The boards are very worn and are detached from book block at front and spine but remain in tact with the rear.
Owner inscribed to end paper. The copy is rather shabby and stained but all pages remain in a good reading condition.

It includes the last 6 of 12 Sherlock Homes adventure Stories by Conan Doyle tales and an illustrated interview with Jules Verne.

Item details

Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
716
Publisher:
Newnes
Title:
The Strand Magazine Jan-June 1892

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The Strand Magazine Jan-June 1895
Edited by George Newnes. pp716.

Familiar blue boards with engraved image, now fading, of the famous road. The boards are very worn and are detached from book block at front and spine but remain in tact with the rear.
Owner inscribed to end paper. The copy is rather shabby and stained but all pages remain in a good reading condition.

It includes the last 6 of 12 Sherlock Homes adventure Stories by Conan Doyle tales and an illustrated interview with Jules Verne.

Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
716
Publisher:
Newnes
Title:
The Strand Magazine Jan-June 1892

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