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The Story of Miss Moppet by  Beatrix Potter - Hardcover - from Alpha 2 Omega Books and Biblio.co.uk

The Story of Miss Moppet

by Potter, Beatrix

Condition: Good/No Dj cover


Frederick Warne. Hardcover. Good/No Dj cover. Potter, Beatrix. GC.Frederick Warne.Unknown date but probably 1940's.Pictorial small format tan hardback(red lettering on the front cover,missing the spine strip,large tear/mark on the edge of the front and back cover,small ink marks,nicks,dents and light shelf wear on the cover) in GC,no Dj.Illustrated inside the front and back cover,colour plates,b/w drawing.Illustrations by Beatrix Potter.Nice and clean pages with small foxing marks and tainted on the outer edges,small nicks,creases and ink marks on the edges of the pages.The book is in GC for its age with light shelf wear on the cover.53pp.


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