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Monarchs of Merrie England by Roland Carse - Paperback - First edition - 1908 - from The First Edition and

Monarchs of Merrie England

by Roland Carse

Condition: Near Fine/no dust jacket

London: Alf Cooke, 1908. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine/no dust jacket. William Heath Robinson. William Heath Robinson Monarchs of Merrie England is a rare slim children’s illustrated book measuring 11.00 x 8.75 inches (approx) packed with humerous verses on the English monarchy, complete with a William Heath Robinson colour illustration to the front cover, two full page colour illustrations by William Heath Robinson and numerous line drawings in the text. The stiff card covers are in Near Fine condition with very minor wear to the edges. Internally the pages are in Very Good condition with very occasional small spotting and slight age toning to the paper�



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