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GOOD CONDITION. READING COPY ONLY. SOIL TO COVERS, PAPER TANNIN. 5x7" TAN Clothbound 416+pg Popular old Novel by Occult author. RED spine titles. cover shows tall LAMP decoration. Cover HAS FLORAL BORDER IN RED.
Good with no dust jacket. Front cover is heavily affected by a water stain, actually curling the cover. Stained closed edge. Water stain and owner's name on front endpage. Water stain only affects upper margins of text. Age-toned text. Strong binding. A Little Store that's BIG on Service. Free Delivery Confirmation on every package.; 12mo 7"-7½" tall; 520 pages.
Very Good. This hardcover book is square and tight. The boards and spine have minor shelfwear and minor wear to the extremities, with bright lettering on the spine. The pages and endpages are clean, with no markings or folds, though moderately toned per the period paper. No jacket. Not ex-lib. No remainder mark. This is identified as "Cornell Series" in gilt at the foot of the spine.
Good. No dust jacket. Book rated G: Binding tight and square text block aged but clear of marking. Covers are faded with tooled lettering and art work. Spine faded with some small cloth pieces missing in the edges. No publishing date listed. J. H.... 246 p. Marie Corelli was born in England. She was the illegitimate daughter of the Scottish poet Charles Mackey and his servant. Marie was sent to a Parisian convent for her education. Her Victorian romances have been compared to those of Jaqueline Suzann. Thelma is a sweet and tender love story, which must have thrilled the closet Victorian woman readers of romance novels. Thelma is loved by a gentleman who takes her away from Norway. She is also loved by her father's man who sacrifices his life for her. Her husband's friend is also secretly in love with her. When Thelma dies her daughter ends up marrying one of these men. You will have to read the book to find out which one she marries.
Good- in NO jacket. Lovely light yellow cover with Celtic-looking green & blue decoration front & spine, gilt lettering on spine; b/w glossy photo paste-down on front cover, repeated as frontis with tissue guard; binding is fragile, cracking in several places; prev. owner's name on first page.
Hardcover. Octavo. 520pp. Original green cloth lettered in white on spine & front board, white lamp design on front board. Marie Corelli, 1855-1924, was an enormously popular British writer of often occult-themed fiction, whose novels such as Ardath, A Romance of Two Worlds, The Sorrows of Satan, The Soul of Lilith, and Ziska, are considered by some to be minor classics of supernatural fiction. Her books had a wide readership-including Gerald Gardner who had four of her novels in his library-and Aleister Crowley, who refered to her in several book reviews. Spine ends rubbed, small bumps to corners of boards, illustration on front board scuffed, spine lettering much-dulled, foxing to page-edges, previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, else a solid, internally-clean VG copy (no dust jacket).
Very Good. No Jacket. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. Pub by Rand McNally, n.d., circa late 19th or early 20th Century. VG cond. hardcover, no dj. Burgundy cloth bds w/ gilt lettering on spine, t.e.g. Prev owner's name in pencil ffep dated 1909. Binding starting in a couple places but holding well throughout. 520pp. Book is square, straight, tight & clean except as noted, overall VG or better cond. Same or next day shipping. Please email any questions.
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