Poetry by Period
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Poetry by Period Books & Ephemera
Cover: Green with gold gilt, a few light marks and edges worn a little. Slight paper-break on front inside hinge.
Binding: Acceptable to fair, spine is a little loose, front pages feel a little loose but remainder of book good.
Text: Some pen names in front cover, see photo. Text clear of notes, but some speckling of foxing throughout the book. Gold Gilt to top, side and bottom pages.
Overall: A good book, the binding could be better but still... Read more
Binding: Good, no discernible brakes or crakes to text-block
Text: Book stamp and owners name inside the cover, remaining text appears to be clean and clear.
Overall: Another great volume from Everyman's Library!
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Cover: Green fabric boards, pressed flower pattern on both front and back. Title on spine gold colour, bumping to edges. Some top outer spine damage and down the right hinge side. (Please see photo).
Owners signature in cover, please see photo.
Binding: Fair, some looseness, but pages intact and aligned.
Owners signature, some foxing/yellow discoloration to the pages. Gold gilt to top pages.
Overall: A fair to... Read more
Binding: Fair, text block in place, but a crack on page 113.
Text: Old school book, so has some book stamps on inside cover and back.
Overall: A fair copy, main negative points being break to text block and being an Ex-school book. Apart from that a perfectly readable copy.
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Cover: Full brown leather, some minor shelf-ware to corners and spine tops/bottom. Marbled boards inside and book stamp.
Binding: exceptionally good.
Text: Text is clear, but does have an inscription "Easter 1927, Braida Stanley-Creek" who was an English artist between 1909-1952, her work has been sold at Christies London, which I believe adds extra interest to this particular volume. Gold Gilt to top edge and orginal... Read more
Binding: Very good, no discernible breaks or loose pages, feels comfortable to hand.
Text: Very clear, no discernible notes or marks, nice curves to pages and gold gilt to all edges.
Overall: A good volume minus the school stamps and chipping to the top of spine. Very... Read more