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A Cluster of Grapes

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"Being the First Book of an Anthology of Twentieth Century Poetry collated by Galloway Kyle". Contains poetry by: AC Benson, A Bunston, GK Chesterton, F Cornford, W De La Mare, J Galsworthy, E Gore-Booth, J Gurdon, T Hardy, R Hodgson, WG Hole, L Housman, ES Lorimer, JA Mackereth, A Meynell, WH Ogilvie, S Phillips, E Phillpotts, DS Shorter, A Symons, E Underhill and ML Woods.

With grey boards and a darkened white cloth spine. The top right corner of the cover is scuffed and there is slight wear to the other corners and top of spine. The binding is intact and the spine is not broken. The pages are tanned and there is a little foxing principally to the title page which also has an inscription. Very small ticks in ink are made to a few of the names in the contents pages. The edges of the pages are untrimmed.

This is printed in a very pleasing font which is easy to read and the paper is quite thick. A first edition which has been well cared for.

Item details

Added value:
First edition
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
13x20cm
Edition:
1914
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
108
Publisher:
Erskine Macdonald
Title:
A Cluster of Grapes

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"Being the First Book of an Anthology of Twentieth Century Poetry collated by Galloway Kyle". Contains poetry by: AC Benson, A Bunston, GK Chesterton, F Cornford, W De La Mare, J Galsworthy, E Gore-Booth, J Gurdon, T Hardy, R Hodgson, WG Hole, L Housman, ES Lorimer, JA Mackereth, A Meynell, WH Ogilvie, S Phillips, E Phillpotts, DS Shorter, A Symons, E Underhill and ML Woods.

With grey boards and a darkened white cloth spine. The top right corner of the cover is scuffed and there is slight wear to the other corners and top of spine. The binding is intact and the spine is not broken. The pages are tanned and there is a little foxing principally to the title page which also has an inscription. Very small ticks in ink are made to a few of the names in the contents pages. The edges of the pages are untrimmed.

This is printed in a very pleasing font which is easy to read and the paper is quite thick. A first edition which has been well cared for.

Added value:
First edition
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
13x20cm
Edition:
1914
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
108
Publisher:
Erskine Macdonald
Title:
A Cluster of Grapes

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