The Mystery of the Sea: Stoker, Bram

The Mystery of the Sea

Stoker, Bram

Published by William Heinemann, London, 1902
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Original dark blue cloth, blocked in light green and gold with the design of a full moon among clouds, endpapers cracking (front repaired), very good. Inscribed "J.S. Ragland Phillips from Bram Stoker 17.7.02". Ragland Phillips (1850-1919) was the editor of the Yorkshire Post (1903-1919), and a close friend of Stoker, who frequently stayed with him, at his home "Balmoral", in Hedingley, Leeds. It was to him that Stoker gave the desk upon which he wrote "Dracula". Wolff 6584 (notes the binding as "very dark green"). First British edition, the American precedes by a few months. Bookseller Inventory # 29298

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Title: The Mystery of the Sea

Publisher: William Heinemann, London

Publication Date: 1902

Binding: Hardcover

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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