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Título: A Girl of the Fortunate Isles
Editorial: Blackie & Son, UK
Año de publicación: 1907
Ilustrador: Hardy, Paul
Condición del libro: Good
Edición: 1st Edition
292pp plus four additional black and white plate illustrations amid 16pp of publishers' adverts at rear. Pictorial, illustrated cloth covers showing a young lady and older man in conversation (on front) and women with sleeping child in arms on spine. Gilt titles to front and spine. Coloured endpapers. All page edges dulled gilt. Monochrome plate frontis & four further monochrome plate illustrations, all by Paul Hardy. Boards rubbed at edges, rounded on corners, spine sunned with cloth a little frayed at head and heel; some scuff marks, especially on rear board which also has ink(?) stain. Inscription on ffep, which also has three tiny holes in upper top corner. Binding a little fragile with gapping between signatures and two plates partially detached. Occasional spotting. Neat, square and cover still bright and attractive. N° de ref. de la librería 000177
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