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Three Hundred Games & Pastimes or What shall we do now? Edward Verrall Lucas and Elizabeth Lucas.

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This children's classic originally published in 1900 is a delightful volume packed full of agreeable activities for children. The antidote to the modern child's computer games, tablet, Twitter, etc.. This copy dates from 1925 (ninth impression) and is sturdily bound in maroon boards with gilt decoration. Gilt to top edge of pages. Inside it is clean and bright with no marks or inscriptions. The covers are rubbed and worn which suggests that it has been used and enjoyed over the years. The seven attached images of the book will give a good idea of its condition. Good condition for its ninety-four years. Not ex-library.

Item details

Author(s):
E. V. and E. Lucas
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
21x15.5cms
Edition:
1925 Ninth Impression.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
354
Publisher:
Chatto & Windus
Title:
Three Hundred Games and Pastimes or What shall we do now?

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This children's classic originally published in 1900 is a delightful volume packed full of agreeable activities for children. The antidote to the modern child's computer games, tablet, Twitter, etc.. This copy dates from 1925 (ninth impression) and is sturdily bound in maroon boards with gilt decoration. Gilt to top edge of pages. Inside it is clean and bright with no marks or inscriptions. The covers are rubbed and worn which suggests that it has been used and enjoyed over the years. The seven attached images of the book will give a good idea of its condition. Good condition for its ninety-four years. Not ex-library.

Author(s):
E. V. and E. Lucas
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
21x15.5cms
Edition:
1925 Ninth Impression.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
354
Publisher:
Chatto & Windus
Title:
Three Hundred Games and Pastimes or What shall we do now?

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