Very Good in Very Good jacket. Stated First Edition. Very Good in tan cloth in a Very Good dust jacket that unfortunately has been affixed to the book, edge rubbed. Store library stamp/bookplate on front blank. 270p (P)
Jonathan Cape Ltd., London, UK, 1931. 1st Ed. (U.K. ), Good+, Hard Cover, Size=5"x7.5", 296pgs. Black cloth spine, multi-colored boards over gold background. Spine label mission board fore-edges slightly worn, fore-edge corners more so, front cover top fore-edge crease lines, creased 2 tear in pastedown endpaper, o.w. clean, bright & tight. No ink names, bookplates, etc. Text in Near Fine condition. Has single sheet book promo for authors "Fares Please" tipped in inside rear endpaper. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!
Good. No dust jacket. Some edge wear and light rubbing on boards. Toning to rough cut pages. No markings noted. Light musty odor. Tulsa's best used bookstore. Located on South Mingo Road since 1991. No-hassle return policy if not completely satisfied.
296pp. Duodecimo [19.5 cm] 1/4 black cloth with charming colorful patterned paper over boards. Top edge trimmed; other edges rough trimmed. Very good. The extremities are just a little bumped and rubbed. The dust jacket is in good condition, with darkening, more heavily at the jacket's spine and folds. There are numerous small loss from the edges. A 2" closed tear in the top edge has been backed with tape. The verso of the jacket is offset with the pattern design on the book's boards. From the collection of Berkeley book collector and letter press printer, John Ruyle. Bleiler CFL. A collection of ten stories, including "The Gollan" and "The Post Office and the Serpent."
Very good in fair dust jacket. Book spine darkened some. DJ has chips, tears, aging. Yellow cloth over bpoards, decorated w/ blue ivy, and a few blossoms. Red spine titles. Jacket: black and red on yellow. 270p. Fiction, short stories: Considered a display in virtuosity by a great spinner of tales. 10 stories including title. A. E. Coppard, b.1878, Folkestone, England, left school at age 9 to work. He eventually became a clerk, until 1919 when his early stories won recognition for him and he turned to writing full time. At the time of this collection's publication, he was living "in a little cottage in a wood near Henley-on-Thames". This was his 5th collection of tales, plus a poetry volume.
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