First edition. Illustrations by Christopher Draper. Sturdy paper boards with cloth spine. About very good with corners bumped, cover lightly soiled, cloth at spine rubbed and detaching from boards in several places but inside clean. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: A NEW SONG OF THE BISHOP OF LONDON AND THE ...
Publisher: Manning Pike,
Publication Date: 1924
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description London: Manning Pike, 1924., 1924. Condition: Good. London: Manning Pike, 1924. 1924. Good. - Small quarto [approximately 11 inches high by 8-1/2 inches wide], decorative red & black limp boards. The boards are rubbed & bumped with the edges slightly darkened. There is staining to the rear board & a small stain to the front board. The spine is perished & the top 2 inches of each board is detached. Title &  pages. Illustrated with black-and-white vignettes by Christopher Draper. The pastedowns & endpapers are soiled with some blue staining to the rear endpaper & 2 tears to the rear pastedown. The page edges are slightly darkened. Good only. First edition, signed by J. C. Squire. Seller Inventory # 15367
Book Description Published by the Author First Edition . London 1924., 1924. First edition in publisher's original illustrated thin stiff card wrap covers, black cloth spine. 4to 11'' x 8½''. Contains unpaginated printed pages of rhyming text with monochrome illustrations throughout. Cloth spine torn to the top and bottom of the gutters, sun fading to the margins, cup rings to the rear panel, rubs to the corners, no dust wrapper as issued. Member of the P.B.F.A. THEOLOGY & RELIGION. Seller Inventory # 83676
Book Description Manning Pike, Harrow Road, London., 1924. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Christopher Draper. (illustrator). Limited Edition. 12 pages, Signed Copy of this unusual work of poetry. by the leading Georgian School of poets and editor of the Statesman & London Mercury. Signed opposite title page. line drawings and cover art by Christopher Draper. Printed illustrated boards and black strip for spine, minor wear on the covers and tiny nick at spine, some foxing to page edges at title and last leaf. Slim quarto. 1924. * Wrote under the name Solomon Eagle with satirical overtones on the Great War, His portrait hangs in the NPG, had a least one successful London Play based on a work by Henry James, Knighted in 1933. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 3085