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Author Name    Tennyson, Alfred Lord Tennyson >>

Title   This Then is Maud : Being a Monodrama as Writ and Arranged by Alfred Tennyson

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Near Fine with no dust jacket

Publisher   East Aurora, N. Y. : Roycrofters; 1900

Seller ID   15319

80 pages; 8vo (8") 21 cm; Published in the year 1900, by Roycrofters, an amazing publishing house where paper was made by hand, printing was by handpress, bindings were handsewn, and books were beautiful. This edition is bound in rich gray-brown suede leather with yapp edges, gilt title on front, deep red cloth liners, 80 heavy-duty pages, red page-marker ribbon, b/w decorative initials, red lettering on divider pages. ; Decorations designed by Samuel Warner. ; Exterior shows a touch of sunning to spine, which is unlettered. No other defects inside or out. Book is in remarkably good condition compared to most books of this type.

Price = 35.00 USD

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