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Humphrey Milford at Oxford University Press, 1927 First Edition 000000000000000. Hardcover, 12mo,288pp. Illustrated by m.d. Johnston. Red cloth boards without jacket. Boards have very slight bunping to corners and spine ends, otherwise very good. Contents have prize paste down to front paste down,and inner front hinge just starting to crack, otherwise near fine. Overall Very Good .
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- Picaresque Books & Galerie Fantoosh (GB)
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- VARVARA COMES TO ENGLAND
- DARCH, WINIFRED
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- Humphrey Milford at Oxford University Press, 1927 First Edition 000000000000000
- Childrens, Fiction, First Edition Childrens
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About Picaresque Books & Galerie Fantoosh
Book store and Gallery with an eclectic mix of books. A specialist in Scottish Highlands, Illustrated and First edition books, but also Children's, Sporting,Cooking and Craft books. Also the gallery has a small range of modern and antique maps, paintings and prints.
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