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Edinburgh Revisited

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Impressions and opinions formed during a visit to Edinburgh in 1910 by James Bone (1872 - 1962), journalist and author (editor of the London edition of the Manchester Guardian for 33 years. Drawings by Hanslip Fletcher (1874 - 1955), a reknowned English artist who specialised in architectural drawings. 1911 edition. Used hardback in fair condition.  Boards (originally blue) faded, particularly by the spine, which itself is faded.  The gilt titles to the spine and the titles and illustration to the front board are still clearly legible.  Slight wear to the corners of the boards. Wear to the top and tail of the spine and down the rear edge of the spine, which is split for 2 inches at the bottom and for half an inch at the top. Some small blotches on the rear board. The fore edges of the text block, which are uncut, are somewhat worn in places. There is also some foxing here and on the bottom edges of the text block.n There is a crack at the front hinge. The ffe is tanned, as is the rear free endpaper. There is light foxing to the half title page and the last page of the book.  The rest of the book is clean and whilst there are some slight gutter breaks throughout, the binding is sound. xii, 263 pages.

Item details

Author(s):
Bone, J.
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
4to
Edition:
1911
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
263
Publisher:
Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd

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Impressions and opinions formed during a visit to Edinburgh in 1910 by James Bone (1872 - 1962), journalist and author (editor of the London edition of the Manchester Guardian for 33 years. Drawings by Hanslip Fletcher (1874 - 1955), a reknowned English artist who specialised in architectural drawings. 1911 edition. Used hardback in fair condition.  Boards (originally blue) faded, particularly by the spine, which itself is faded.  The gilt titles to the spine and the titles and illustration to the front board are still clearly legible.  Slight wear to the corners of the boards. Wear to the top and tail of the spine and down the rear edge of the spine, which is split for 2 inches at the bottom and for half an inch at the top. Some small blotches on the rear board. The fore edges of the text block, which are uncut, are somewhat worn in places. There is also some foxing here and on the bottom edges of the text block.n There is a crack at the front hinge. The ffe is tanned, as is the rear free endpaper. There is light foxing to the half title page and the last page of the book.  The rest of the book is clean and whilst there are some slight gutter breaks throughout, the binding is sound. xii, 263 pages.

Author(s):
Bone, J.
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
4to
Edition:
1911
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
263
Publisher:
Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd

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