Collins Boys' Annual

By: Various Authors

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London: Collins, 1952. 600 g; 128 pages, illustrated end pages of a racing car, colour illustrated front panel of a cricketer at strike, and illustrated throughout with black-and-white drawings and some colour plates by various artists. The book can have been printed no earlier the 1951, because of reference to The Douglas Skyrocket, and also the film Destination Moon which saw released in that year. Ownership inscription on the title page of 1954. Rubbing of the corners of the boards exposing the cardboard beneath, tensing of the top edge of the text block and darkening of the other two edges. The binding is sound. A digital image can be provided to help assess condition.. annual -- 1st Thus. Cloth Backed Boards. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Various. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Annual -- Boys.

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