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London: Oxford University Press, 1928. Hardcover without dust jacket, 190 pages including full page black-and-white illustrations, plus a full colour frontispiece illustration; orange cloth covers with embossed lettering and decorative pictorial to front cover and spine plus grey lettering and a smaller embossed pictotial to spine, very gently used, tight in binding, only tiny traces of shelf wear to spine ends and cover corner tips, free front endpaper savagely removed (exposing a tiny section of binding webbing), one long tear to pages 63/64 from bottom, light foxing to edges, endpapers and a few pages front and back, otherwise very clean and unmarked throughout. . Hard Cover. Very Good -.
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- Eric James (CA)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- The Tapestry Adventure
- Girvin, Brenda
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good -
- Oxford University Press
- Place of Publication
- Date published
- FICTION HORSES CHILDREN'S JUVENILE SPORTS
- Bookseller catalogs
- Juvenile Fiction; Children's Fiction;
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