London: Hammond, 1960 (500 gram rate) extremely scarce title. British first edition VG copy, a red pencil tick and a fewgraphite price codes to fep, offset brown from the DW flap, minimal foxing or browning to the closed edges, stunning red boards, the DW not price-clipped, short tear to tail spine, and one short edge tear top of rear panel, lower corner of upper panel split at fold , overall VG DW with edge rubbing , a very nice and very rare title.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7? - 9? tall.
London: Hodder, 1965 (500 gram rate) excellent copy, minor pencil booksellers notes to fep, dust jacket unclipped VG+ light surf...
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