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Lane Furniture by Margaret Tait - First edition - 1959 - from Boreas Books (SKU: 119)

Lane Furniture

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Lane Furniture

by Margaret Tait

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  • First
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About This Item

A collection of six short stories by celebrated avant-garde film maker, Margaret Tait. Book in pristine, collector's condition. No dust jacket as published. Please see photographs for further information of condition. 47 pages.

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Bookseller
Boreas Books GB (GB)
Bookseller's Inventory #
119
Title
Lane Furniture
Author
Margaret Tait
Book condition
Used - Fine
Quantity-available
1
Edition
First edition
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
M C Tait
Place of Publication
Edinburgh
Date Published
1959
Bookseller catalogs
Scotland; Orkney; Fiction; First Editions;

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Boreas Books

We have a 'no quibble' returns policy. If we have failed to describe the book and its condition accurately we will refund the cost of the book and shipping in full. We accept UK sterling cheques or PayPal. Our paypal e-mail is boreasbk@aol.com

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About Boreas Books

Boreas Books is an online bookstore situated in the Orkney Islands archipelago just off the north coast of Scotland. We are based in a converted water mill on the small island of South Ronaldsay. We stand at the head of Widewall Bay overlooking a seal-strewn skerry and a panorama of open water, enfolding headlands and distant scattered islands.

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