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Titolo: The Water Babies - A Fairy Tale for a Land ...
Casa editrice: Constable and Company Ltd,, London
Data di pubblicazione: 1915
Legatura: Hard Back
Illustratore: W Heath Robinson
Condizione libro: Poor
Edizione: First Edition.
Pictorial Cover. No Jacket. This is the first edition of "The Water Babies" with fabulous illustrations by W Heath Robinson. Missing two coloured illustrations. It contains 6 full page colour illustrations (of 8). Boards are in poor condition with the front and back boards held in place by sellotape which also covers the spine and last page. Cloth boards also stained. 15 of the 100 black and white drawings have been coloured in, 4 of which are generally of a good standard. Some pages are dirty and some have scribbles. Two of the six remaining coloured illustrations by W Heath Robinson are slightly damaged, one has a dirty mark across it, with sticky tape at spine and pencil marks at edges. All pages are worn at the edges and some have small tears.Minor foxing throughout, previous owner's name half-title page, free end-papers missing and 3 pages have come loose (but present) at front. Size: 8.75"/6.75". Codice inventario libreria 032070
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Libreria AbeBooks dal: 19 gennaio 2000
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