Fine Condition in Very Good jacket. Slight bump o/w Fine in pc, rubbed, good Dust Jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Category: United Kingdom; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 16039.
Good in fair dust jacket. 1964. 215 pages. Maroon boards with blue and red pictorial dust jacket. Tightly bound cream pages with light tanning and foxing to text block edge and endpapers. Bright boards with light surface rubbing and wear. Light edge wear with light corner bumping. Light chipping, tearing and tanning to the dust jacket spine and its extremities. The dust jacket is unclipped. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1447181151LCR (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )
Very good Good jacket. First Edition. London: Cassell, 1964. First edition. Held in unclipped dust jacket, scuffing to edges and spine sunned. Previous owner's signature to ffep, otherwise clean internally. Binding shaken.
First edition. HB. Cloth and dustjacket. 216pp. With line drawings by Val Biro. The wine writer Tommy Layton on his experiences as landlord of the Peacock Inn in rural Kent. Fair in Good protected jacket. Covers have bumped corners and old damp stains; pages are largely clean with browned & marked edges; front and back blank flyleaves have been removed. Jacket front bright, some fade to spine, general rubbing to edges and surfaces, browning to flaps.
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