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Near Neighbors

by Holden, Margaret

Condition: VG/G+

VG/G+ Laurence Angus illus Humphrey Toulmin London 1930 1st hardcover 8vo, 203 pp, woodcuts by Angus, foreword by Muirhead Bone, signed. Inscribed and signed on front endpaper; 2 handwritten signed letters from the author laid in. Light agewear with dustjacket price clipped and chipping at dj extremities including a 1" chip at spine head. Solid and clean with dj in protective cover.

  • Bookseller: Pages Past Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: OURBOOKS006514
  • Title: Near Neighbors
  • Author: Holden, Margaret
  • Book condition: Used - VG
  • Jacket condition: G+
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: 1st
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Humphrey Toulmin
  • Date published: 1930
  • Keywords: birds signed


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