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Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1947. Hardback. Very Good/No Jacket. First published in this edition 1947, hardback with no jacket. 4 x 6.5 inches, 277 pages. In overall very good condition, beige boards are tanned to spine and edges, titles to spine have faded with a little rubbing to edges. Binding tight and square, no annotations or inscriptions, text clean and clear throughout.
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- Hall of Books (GB)
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- Bardley's The Magnificent
- Rafael Sabatini
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good
- Jacket condition
- No Jacket
- Quantity available
- Thomas Nelson and Sons
- Date published
- Bookseller catalogs
- Fiction / General;
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- The collective of the top, fore and bottom edges of the text block of the book, being that part of the edges of the pages of a...[more]
- The outer portion of a book which covers the actual binding. The spine usually faces outward when a book is placed on a shelf....[more]
- Sometimes used as another term for dust jacket, a protective and often decorative wrapper, usually made of paper which wraps...[more]
- Abrasion or wear to the surface. Usually used in reference to a book's boards or dust-jacket.
- Used to mean that the binding of a book has not been overly loosened by frequent use.