Título: The Mystery of 31, New Inn
Editorial: John C. Winston Company, Philadelphia
Año de publicación: 1913
Encuadernación: Decorative Cloth
Ilustrador: Edwin J. Prittie
Condición del libro: Good
Condición de la sobrecubierta: No Jacket
Edición: First U.S. Edition
Green cloth boards have white-stamped decoration on the front cover, as well as gilt lettering which is rubbed and chipped. Gilt lettering on the spine is rather faded. Extremities are rubbed, corners moreso. Covers are rubbed, with a few spots and dents on the rear cover. Spine is rubbed along the joints, head and foot are bumped, and slightly worn. Prelims. are foxed, former owner's name appears on the front pastedown. Six illustrations, including the frontispiece. Some very slight foxing in the margins of some plates, with some slight offset on opposing pp. Small pen marks in the margin of the preface, otherwise text is clean, binding is sound and tight. Nice copy, quite scarce. Digital image available. N° de ref. de la librería 001240
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