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1963. First thus. 150 pages. Yellow pictorial dust jacket. Brown cloth hardback with green lettering.Remains clear and legible throughout on moderately tanned and foxed pages. Illustrated.Mild shelf wear to the spine and boards.Dust jacket is mildly edge worn, tanned and use marked. Unclipped. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
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Über den Autor: Frances Browne was born in Donegal and was blinded by smallpox in infancy. Despite this setback, she earned a living as a writer while living in London, and contributed to the magazine Leisure Hour for 23 years.
Titel: Granny's Wonderful Chair
Verlag: J.M. Dent and Sons
Buchbeschreibung Wordsworth Editions, 1995. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Gut. Artikel stammt aus Nichtraucherhaushalt! J10544 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 59. Artikel-Nr. 294029
Buchbeschreibung S. W. Partridge & Co, London. hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: No Dust Jacket. The cover has wearing to the corners and edgs, fading to the spine and the spine cover is splitting away from the binding but is still atached. The FEP has a gift inscription and there is some age spotting present on the pages. The text is clean, bright and tight. Used. Artikel-Nr. 084984
Buchbeschreibung Macmillan, 1950. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. 1950. 184 pages. No dust jacket. Blue cloth hardback. Inscription to fep. Some colouring by previous owner. Pages are mildly tanned but ultimately remains clear throughout. Mild tanning and bleaching to boards and spine. book. Artikel-Nr. 1465235145cla
Buchbeschreibung James Brodie, Bath, 1920. Buchzustand: Very Good. 63p small paperback with red pictorial card cover, top edges a little dusty, pages clean and unmarked, clean and fresh, this title was published in the series Brodie Books. Artikel-Nr. PAB 65363
Buchbeschreibung Oxford University Press, 1938. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. 1938. Reprint. 167 pages. No dust jacket. Brown cloth hardback. Presentation plate to fep dated 1938-39. Some internal hinge cracking. Mild foxing and soiling to lightly tanned pages. Text remains clear throughout. Includes pictorial plates. Boards and spine show mild damp staining. Slight rubbing to edges. Binding slightly slack due to internal hinge cracking. book. Artikel-Nr. 1478334456AL
Buchbeschreibung Dent nd, London. Buchzustand: G. Dora Curtis (illustrator). Browne was a poet and blind yet her book is filled with pictures with each little tale in its own picturesque setting. Blind from infancy and the pictures she gives us in her stories were created, in darkness, from material which came to her only through the words of others. The odds againt Frances Browne were heavy, born in Donegal n January 16, 1816. She bribed her brothers and sisters to read aloud every evening the lessons for the next day of school. She bribed them by doing their share of the household work. When the usual bribe failed, she invented stories for them by climbing into her intellectual kingdom. Artikel-Nr. 052338
Buchbeschreibung MacMillan, New York, 1924. leg.ed.in t.tela. Buchzustand: BUONO. cm.11x17, pp.XVII-180, num.figg.bn.nt. Everyman's Library. New York, MacMillan 1924, cm.11x17, pp.XVII-180, num.figg.bn.nt. leg.ed.in t.tela. Everyman's Library. Artikel-Nr. 82716
Buchbeschreibung published by Griffith Farran Browne & Co. Ltd. no date givenapproximately 1895, London, 1895. , 192 pages with black and white frontispiece and vignette, full page and vignette black and white illustrations throughout Reprinted Edition , spine ends & corners a little scuffed, very slightly pulling away from spine but holding well, pages tanned with occasional spots, the book is in good condition , blue cloth with gilt stamped decoration and titles on cover and spine 14 x 19 cm appx. Hardback ISBN: Artikel-Nr. 34999
Buchbeschreibung Published by Ward, Lock & Co no date given, London, 1915. , 248 pages, illustrated with 4 black & white plates, part of the 'Youths' Library' series, publisher's catalogue at rear  New edition , lightly rubbed at spine ends, few faint marks at lower edge of front cover, nice bright gilt, neat previous owner's inscription  on reverse of frontispiece, internally clean, in very good condition , dark green cloth with blindstamped design, gilt titles and decoration to spine Octavo Hardback ISBN: Artikel-Nr. 49296
Buchbeschreibung London - Sydney, Griffith Farran Okeden & Welsh, o. J. [um ], 1892. 94 S. Illustr. OHlwd. In Engl. Sprache. Mit 15 anstatt 16 Tafeln (Frontispiz fehlt). - Gbrsp., Schmutztitel m. ca. 5 cm Fehlstelle an oberen Kante, dies fachmännisch ergänzt (dat. 1892), Gelenke gelockert, Reste v. Klebstoff a. T., Ebd. berieben u. Kanten m. kl. Fehlstellen im Papier, etw. feuchtigkeitsrandig. Artikel-Nr. 11735AB