Colour plates and Black and White illustrations by Arthur Rackham. VG-, without dust jacket. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : Poor Cecco.
Éditeur : George H. Doran Company, New York/ 1925. First trade edition.
Reliure : Hardback.
Description du livre George H. Doran, New York, 1925. Hard Cover. État : Good binding. Second Printing. A clean copy of the First American Edition with no marks of any kind. There is some minor bumping and wear to the corners of the binding, and a small amount of loss to the cloth near the top and bottom of the front gutter. With the seven Rackham plates in fine condition. Good binding. N° de réf. du libraire 272180
Description du livre Doubleday, Doran Junior Literary Guild NY, 1935. Hard Cover. No Jacket. HB NODJ, 1935, Black & Red decorated Cloth, Minor Rub & Wear & tiny chips extremities, Interior Nice, Tight Clean with minor wear, VG+/VG, AS-IS, NOJACKET. N° de réf. du libraire 9694
Description du livre George H. Doran Company, New York, 1925. Hardcover. État : Good+. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham (illustrateur). First Edition. Pictor. navy cloth bind. w/ gilt let. sl. rubbed at extremities; backstrip a bit browned; boards lightly soiled; several points in textblock cracked; pencilled owners' names & inked gift inscr. on ffep & front paste-down; a few leaves bent at bottom corners; leaf edges, eps foxed/smudged, else a very nice, clean volume, w/ bright, clear ils. ; Many delightful b&w ils., seven color plates (one a tipped-in frontis) by Arthur Rackham, all present. ; Large 8vo; 175 pages. N° de réf. du libraire 36122
Description du livre George H. Doran, New York, 1925. Hardcover. État : Near Fine. First Edition. Hardcover in blue cloth boards with gilt pictorial design stamped on the front cover. No dust jacket. First American trade edition, second printing, with B on the copyright page. Book is in fine condition, crisp and clean, with tight binding and sharp corners. Tips of corners have a whisper of wear. Inked ownership name and date (March 1926) neatly penned onto illustrated front free endpage (Julia Eveleth Haskell, daughter of Fitch Harrison Haskell, a prominent Pasadena architect of the era). Contains seven color plates by Arthur Rackham: a tipped in frontispiece and six additional full-page illustrations, all in fine condition. Illustrated endpapers. Small 4to. 175 pp. N° de réf. du libraire 88379
Description du livre George H. Doran Company, New York, 1925. Hardcover. État : Very Good+. Etat de la jaquette : Good. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham (illustrateur). Second Printing. 175 p. 24.5 cm. x 18.5 cm. Sound and square binding in blue cloth-covered boards. Bright, gold-stamped illustration and titles on upper board and spine. Light wear to corners, edges, and spine ends. Corners lightly bumped. A few light scratch marks. Offset staining to the endpapers. Tiny, Springfield, Mass., booksellers label on rear endpaper. Inside pages are bright and generally unmarked, but there are a couple of fingering marks evident. All plates are in fine condition. The dust jacket has heavy wear with edge chips and tears, a small hole under the author's name, and some creases. Overall soiling to spine and both panels. It is not price clipped. A very attractive book, with a less pretty, but rare, dust jacket. A second "B" printing, which has plain endpapers. The American edition preceded the British. Includes 7 full colour illustrations after artwork by Arthur Rackham, as well as in-text pen and ink drawings. " The wonderful story of a wonderful wooden dog who was the jolliest toy in the house until he went out to explore the world". By the author of "The Velveteen Rabbit". N° de réf. du libraire 860