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Titolo: Mr. Badger to the Rescue. A story in verse ...
Casa editrice: Wills & Hepworth Ltd., Great Britain
Data di pubblicazione: 1955
Legatura: Hard Back
Illustratore: W. Perring
Condizione libro: Good
Condizione sovraccoperta: Good
Stated Sixth Edition 1955 at reverse front endpaper. Jacket not price clipped (has original 2'6 NET), but is scuffed and torn at edges and has some soiling and occasional coloured crayon marks to front. Title at spine reads from bottom to top. Grey paper boards with coloured illustration pasted to it's front. Some soiling to baords, with a small pen mark to the front, and rubbing to edges. Pictorial endpapers have a B&W line drawing, but with thumbing and previous owner's name in ink. Catalogue of other Ladybird books at last page, and list on titles on back flap. Codice inventario libreria 043721
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