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Love's Progress or the Education of Araminta

by Laver, James

Condition: Near Fine in Wraps.


Bloomsbury: Nonesuch Press, 1929. First Edition Thus/Limited Edition. Original Wraps. Near Fine in Wraps.. A touch of sun at the spine and top, else tight, bright and unmarred. Clean white wraps, marbled DJ, cream onlay, black ink lettering and decorative elements. 8vo. 30pp plus limitation. Limited numbered edition, this being 523 of 1525. Unopened.

Wonderful and witty love poem, beautifully printed. A very handsome copy of a piece seldom found in such nice condition.



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