Casa editrice: WAY & WILLIAMS, CHICAGO - NEW YORK - TORONTO - LONDON - EDINBURGH
Data di pubblicazione: 1897
Illustratore: MAXFIELD PARRISH
Condizione libro: FINE CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: NO DUST JACKET AS ISSUED
Edizione: FIRST EDITION.
Tipologia articolo: NOVEL
(6) + 2 - 309 + (1) PAGES. TAN COLORED CLOTH BACKGROUND WITH B/W MAXFIELD PARRISH ILLUSTRATION OF A STATELY GENTLEMAN HOLDING A CIGAR ON A PATH WITH THE BACKGROUND OF A VILLAGE OR TOWN IN THE BACKGROUND. THE ILLUSTRATION IS ON THE FRONT AND BACK COVERS ALONG WITH THE TITLE AND AUTHOR'S NAME. THE TITLE AND THE WAY & WILLIAMS IMPRINT IS ON THE SPINE. THERE IS A SMALL SMUDGE ON THE FRONT COVER AND THE BOTTOM CORNERS ARE MILDLY BENT. OTHERWISE THE BOOK WOULD BE IN VERY FINE CONDITION. THE ILLUSTRATION ON THE COVERS OF( SENATOR TALCOM IN FRONT OF THE TOWN OF BOLANYO WAS DONE BY MAXFIELD PARRISH., THE BOOK WAS PRINTED IN MAY, 1897 BY THE BLAKEL;Y PRINTING COMPANY OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Size: 4 5/8" X 6 7/8". Codice inventario libreria 002931
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