JOURNEYS THROUGH BOOKLAND. CHILDREN'S. FAIRY TALES. Faux leather library set. Complete in 10 volumes, with an index
by [ENCYCLOPEDIA.] [Sylvester, Charles H. (Editor.)]
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Chicago: Bellows-Reeves Company Publishers, [Copyright dated 1939.]. Bound in faux leather bindings (painted cloth). Embossed ship motif on the covers. Gilded spines. Color plates and color in text illustrations. Large font. 8.75 inches tall. 14.5 inches of shelf space. VERY GOOD condition, but with a lot of general usage wear/rubs. Some external abrasion. Some internal creases and thumbing. Overextended pages. The hinges are all fully attached. There is no writing or previous owner's names. This set displays beautifully. This set would make an excellent gift and/or addition to any fine library. In addition to their shelf presence, antiquarian books make an excellent investment. We always pack very securely to help ensure safe handling during transit. All books are individually wrapped and are always professionally padded. We offer a full refund guarantee, per our terms described on our site, with notification of such intent requested. Please contact us with any inquiries.
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- JOURNEYS THROUGH BOOKLAND. CHILDREN'S. FAIRY TALES. Faux leather library set. Complete in 10 volumes, with an index
- [ENCYCLOPEDIA.] [Sylvester, Charles H. (Editor.)]
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- Bellows-Reeves Company Publishers
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- [Copyright dated 1939.]
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