A PICNIC BY WAGONETTE ( Universal Book Club edition)

By: Ross, Jean

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A PICNIC BY WAGONETTE  ( Universal Book Club edition) by Ross, Jean
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London: Hutchinson, 1954. HB, red dec cloth, in pictorial DJ, 256pp. Unclipped DJ has mild wear as rubbing and creasing to top/tail spine, edges and corners, now in archival film, colours vibrant. Book has had a hefty blow to back cover, leaving a big dent and creases down to lower edge, damage goes through to repp, where top or rear hinge is exposed and repp have tears, o/w rubbing, bumps to edges and corners, inside is foxed to epp, age browned to extremities esp top edge, else clean and tight, with no markings, good copy in very good protected DJ. Set in Scotland, a school outing that goes terribly wrong. 350g when packed. . Book Club (BCE/BOMC). Decorative Cloth. Good/Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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