The Burmah Treasure (Globe Library; Volume 1, Number 139: October 20, 1890)
Upper wrapper detached (but present); slight creases, small chips and nicks to wrappers (chiefly at head of spine and corners); slight bumping to corners; slight internal uniform browning throughout. 470,  pages. Adventure set in India in the mid-19th century; with the "Burmah" of the title referring to a ship and its cargo, and not the country. Notable also for the vintage advertisements preceding and following the text, plus the title page statement "Author of 'The New Prodigal' " (not found in any other reference work). BMC, volume 23, page 381, column 26; not located in Wright (which makes us suspect a British origin for this elusive author). Scarce and unusual work, in fairly readable condition all around. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall (small). N° de réf. du libraire L068918
Titre : The Burmah Treasure (Globe Library; Volume 1...
Éditeur : Rand, McNally & Company, Chicago and New York
Date d'édition : 1890
Reliure : Paperback
Illustrateur : Advertising Matter
Etat du livre : Fair +
Edition : First Edition
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