Title: Ask Mama of the Richest Commoner in England
Publisher: Bradbury, Agnew & Co.
Publication Date: 1890
Book Condition: Used: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Not Issued
Edition: Special Edition.
Gorgeous red cloth binding with elaborate gilt and black illustration. Full-page color plates of the original 1858 edition with tissue guards. Attractive bookplate of Arthur Holmes Allen, descendant of Confederate Cavalry Officer Robert Owen Allen, who fought with the Stonewall Brigade and was wounded at Brandy Station, the largest cavalry conflict of the Civil War. Very mild wear to binding edges. Spine a touch faded. Offsetting to end papers. A beautiful copy. Bookseller Inventory # 4632
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Store Description: Vintage Books is a used and collectible books, fine art and local interest store on Maryland's Eastern Shore. We specialize in 18th-century American History, local Fine Art and Eastern Shore memorabilia. We also stock a selection of general used books for readers of any interest. If you can't find it, we'll get it for you.