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Bound in green cloth with poppies illustration on front cover, titles in gold, 54 pp plus 2 pp ads.
Slight est bit of color variation to the fore edge of the front cover, traces of rubbing at the gutters. Illustrated frontis and two internal plates. Text mostly unread [I cracked it open just enough to check for the plates].
The Louisa Alcott Reader
More information about this seller Contact this seller 2. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Bound in bright yellow cloth with gilt titles and illustration of children on front cover and black border, black spine titles. In chipped jacket split at spine and now in mylar Binding design by Amy M Sacker with her monogram in the lower left corner of the front cover and partially visible on the jacket.
This copy with a Christmas gift inscription on the front end paper. First separate edition of this story. More information about this seller Contact this seller 3. Published by Little, Brown, and Company About this Item: Little, Brown, and Company, Condition: Good. No Jacket. Binding loose but intact. Pages clean. Some age stains on front and back end pages. Cover has signs of use and age, but very firm.
Seller Inventory ABE More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. Published by Boston : Little, Brown, and Co First Edition. Good copy only in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Spine bands worn and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains quite well-preserved overall: tight, bright, clean and strong.
Physical description; p. Subject; Fiction.
The Louisa Alcott Reader von Louisa M. Alcott (Paperback) – Lulu DE
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Galway, Ireland. More information about this seller Contact this seller 6. First thus edition. Cloth pictorial binding with matching jackets, illustrated endpapers. Crisp copies in lightly soiled jackets, Little Men has 2 short closed jacket tears. A beautiful gift set lacking original slipcase but one can be commissioned to your specifications.
More information about this seller Contact this seller 7. Published by Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, From: Peter Harrington. London, United Kingdom. Original pictorial cloth, spine lettered in black, front cover lettered in gilt above blue, white and black vignette. With the dust jacket, repeating the front cover design.
Contemporary presentation inscription to front free endpaper. A near-fine copy, cloth bright, in the dust jacket with a very light creases and nicks around extremities. With 3 black and white illustrations. First separate edition of these two stories, first published with other tales in A Garland for Girls in As with any book published before the s, the survival of the original dust jacket is unusual. More information about this seller Contact this seller 8.
Condition: Very Good. Copyright , this example from the same period or possibly a first edition, no date on title page. Only one of the four black and white plates is present. Yellow pictorial cloth printed in gilt, brown and dark green, book just over 7. Some wear to the extremities, hinges good, text block basically sound but not tight with some separation between sections but no pages loose or detached, pages clean with names in pencil on front free endpaper, traces of erased pencil scribbles on rear free endpaper, no other markings. Hard Cover. Very Good. More information about this seller Contact this seller 9.
Published by Little, Brown, and Company, Boston Rare book with numerous dates on the copyright page, but apparently the first edition edited for schools in ; printing in very good condition. Gold cloth with cute pictorial cover and black lettering with very lightly bumped corners and spine. Free endpaper has previous owner's name. Pages are clean and unmarked.
saitentgarpou.tk Includes a biographical sketch of Alcott by Fanny E. More information about this seller Contact this seller Published by Little Brown, Boston.
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About this Item: Little Brown, Boston. Tan gray decorated boards stamped in green and red.
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A square and solid book with a worn spine showing faint lettering and decorations, front panel a bit muted but strong, light soiling to rear, the fore and bottom text block ends a bit eroded. Internally sound and unmarked, light creasing to early pages, title page not present. Interesting association by the author of the Maida series who obviously loved these Alcott stories.
Stated First Edition; 20th Printing. Edges faintly rubbed. Exlibrary with usual markings and pocket. Color illustrations by Marguerite Davis. From: Dorley House Books, Inc. Clear Spring, MD, U.