Título: Mother Makes Christmas
Editorial: Grosset & Dunlap, New York
Año de publicación: 1940
Encuadernación: Dec Paper Cov Brds Over Cloth
Ilustrador: Lois Lenski
Condición del libro: Good Plus
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Good
Edición: First Edition
Illustrated paper covered boards over blue cloth spine. Covers are pretty clean, with the exception of some very slight dust soiling. Extremities are dust soiled and rubbed with a few dents and small tears. Corners are slightly worn. Spine is bumped and rubbed at head and foot. Blue and white illustrated endpp. are clean. Xmas gift inscription in ink, dated 1941, appears at the top of the page opposite the half title page. Text is clean, with both color and b/w illustrations in text. Binding is sound and tight. D.j. is complete and intact, though panels are quite dust soiled and rubbed, flap folds/spine folds are creased and rubbed. Extremities are a bit worn, including small closed tears, rubbing, chipping, and creasing. Nice copy, digital image available. N° de ref. de la librería 004185
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