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The Saint’s Garden by Winifred Radcliffe - First edition - 1927 - from The First Edition and Biblio.com

The Saint’s Garden

by Winifred Radcliffe

Condition: Very Good +/no dust jacket


London: SPCK, 1927. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +/no dust jacket. Charles Robinson�. The Saint’s Garden front board bears a blind stamped decoration and gilt lettering with border decorations to the top and bottom of the spine. The original green binding is in overall Very Good condition with knocks to the top and bottom of the spine; and partial fading to the back board (please click on thumbnail images below). There are 150 numbered pages containing 8 wonderful black and white illustrations by Charles Robinson, of which 3 are double page illustrations. The pages are in overall Very Good condition being very clean and tightly bound in, with spotting to the endpapers.

OTHC079




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