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The Annual - Being a Selection from Forget-Me-Nots, Keepsakes and other Annuals of the Nineteenth Century.

by SACKVILLE-WEST, V. (introduces). Wellesley, Dorothy (edits)

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Cobden-Sanderson, London., N.D. [1930]. First edition. 12mo. pp xvi, 296. Decorated boards. Ten page Introduction by V. Sackville-West. An anthology with reproductions of plates from the original Annuals.Small contemporary inscription on front free endpaper. Head and tail of spine slightly bumped. Very good. No dustwrapper.
  • Bookseller: Peter Ellis bookseller GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: SACKVILL014426
  • Title: The Annual - Being a Selection from Forget-Me-Nots, Keepsakes and other Annuals of the Nineteenth Century.
  • Author: SACKVILLE-WEST, V. (introduces). Wellesley, Dorothy (edits)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Cobden-Sanderson, London.
  • Date published: N.D. [1930]
  • Keywords: U

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