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London: Smith Elder and Co, 1889. Hardcover. Very Good. pp377 A yellowback edition from 1889 of the romantic novel 'Under-Currents' by Irish writer Mrs Margaret Hungerford, best known for her novel 'Molly Bawn'. This new edition is in its typical two shilling format of illustrated glossy paper covered boards with decorative spine and adverts to the lower cover. Very good, boards rubbed to edges and corners, spine creased, faint ownership inscription to head of upper cover; crack along front hinge of yellow end papers which have a blind stamp of W H Smith of London, pages clean and crisp within a firm binding. Very Good 1889
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