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Prayers written at Vailima by Robert Louis STEVENSON

£25.99

Product description

Vailima is the name of a village about four kilometres south of Apia, the
capital of Samoa.  The village is best
known as the location of the last residence of Robert Louis Stevenson,


This gorgeous book has an
introduction by Mrs. Stevenson with wonderful illustrated text,  The whole reproduced in colours and gold
after the original illuminated drawings by Alberto Sangorski.

The book is in fair
condition, the pages themselves are mainly uncut and are in good condition
being clear and clean.  The illuminated
text is very clear.  The binding is
strong.

The boards are firm but very
mottled and stained and edges are worn. 
The spine is broken at the top but otherwise firm

Beyond the covers, this
really is a lovely book, which gives pleasure to the reader on every page

Item details

Added value:
Rare copy Illuminated Manuscript
Author(s):
STEVENSON Robert Louis
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
26 x21 cm
Edition:
1928
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Chatto & Windus

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About this item

Vailima is the name of a village about four kilometres south of Apia, the
capital of Samoa.  The village is best
known as the location of the last residence of Robert Louis Stevenson,


This gorgeous book has an
introduction by Mrs. Stevenson with wonderful illustrated text,  The whole reproduced in colours and gold
after the original illuminated drawings by Alberto Sangorski.

The book is in fair
condition, the pages themselves are mainly uncut and are in good condition
being clear and clean.  The illuminated
text is very clear.  The binding is
strong.

The boards are firm but very
mottled and stained and edges are worn. 
The spine is broken at the top but otherwise firm

Beyond the covers, this
really is a lovely book, which gives pleasure to the reader on every page

Added value:
Rare copy Illuminated Manuscript
Author(s):
STEVENSON Robert Louis
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
26 x21 cm
Edition:
1928
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Chatto & Windus

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