Good. Orange and yellow spined HC with black lettering. Copyright 1956. No DJ. Ex-Library with expected library markings. For quick service, please consider Expedited shipping since standard delivery may range from 4-18 business days. Thank you. Minor shelf wear to corners and ends of spine. ex-library copy.
Good in good dust jacket. 1959. 1st British edition. 191 pages. Pictorial dj over green cloth hardback. Mild tanning and foxing to pages. Text remains clear throughout. Illustrated. Mild use marking to boards and spine. Binding remains firm. Dust jacket is mildly tanned, foxed and use marked. Minor wear to edges. Clipped. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1481625363CLK (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )
Margaret De Angeli. Very Good+ NOT Ex-library, small gift inscription FEP, NOT Price clipped, clean tight bright copy, DJ has a few water stains near top, couple of closed tears, light wear to spine ends, 191 pages, nice B&W drawing throughout, many of them full page, few containing dogs Irish Wolf Hounds in two.
Very Good + in very good + jacket. " 'Now we shall go a-Viking, ' Harald Redbeard announced, and so it was that Jan and Brus, Harald's twin sons, found themselves on the dragon-prowed Raven of the Wind, its striped sails set for the north of England. But storms, ancient enemies of the seafaring Norsemen, swooped down, and in their wake left disaster". Very early printing. Inscription signed by author on dedication page reads, "To Bobby Crave with best wishes Marguerite De Angeli 1956". Author is a Newbery Medal winner for her book, "The Door in the Wall". Bright, clean, square olive-green coverboards. Dust jacket is NOT price-clipped and has its original price of $2.95 on the front flap. Dust jacket has some small chips/tears around edges; most significant being a 0.5" x 0.75" chip at top of rear panel. Size: Sm 4to (9" to 11"). 191 pp.
Fine in Fair jacket. In nice crisp condition, with unopened pages. Filled with black and white illustrations by the author. Free of marks. Jacket with colorful front, but has tatters to edges and a large chip out of spine. The original price has been clipped. First Edition from a Newberry Medal Winner.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1956. First edition. Hardcover. 191 pp. Very good, in a very good unclipped jacket. Book has bumped spine ends. Prior owner's name on front free endpaper. Jacket has a touch of edge wear and a sunned and damp stained spine. Front panel has a slight crease at the top edge. Rear panel has a small chip and a closed tear at the top edge. Signed by author, Marguerite de Angeli, on listing page.
Author. Very Good+ About Very Good Dj. 8vo. 1st Printing. A tale of a pair of heroic twins in 10th Century Scotland with attractive b&w illustrations and color dust jacket by De Angeli. Clean covers w/light corner bumping; endpapers lightly tanned; dust jacket has some edge wear especially to the top edge and 3 closed tears at the spine gutters. Spine hinges are rubbed along the rear cover that also shows some soil. DE ANGELI IS A 2X CALDECOTT & NEWBERY HONORED AUTHOR / ILLUSTRATOR; COPY IS INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY HER ON THE DEDICATION PAGE. OUT OF PRINT.
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