London, 1936. 8vo, 28 pp., wraps. A very good plus copy with minimal normal wear and tanning to covers. A scarce Nicolson title on the pre-war political climate in England, specifically on the Labour/Conservative dichotomy. Very scarce in nice condition. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Politics in the Train
Publisher: Constable & Co.
Publication Date: 1936
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description Constable, 1936. Paperback. Book Condition: Acceptable. Tanning and wear to cover and edges with Wilson written in pencil to front cover, otherwise contents clean and unmarked. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 088304-4
Book Description UK. Constable, 1936. softback booklet, 28 numbered pages, plus adverts, First Edition, covers slightly grubby, slight spotting, VG condition. Bookseller Inventory # 20559
Book Description Constable & Co Ltd, London, 1936. Photographic Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good -. 1st Edition. A 1936 edition of the publication by Harold Nicolson, explaining his affiliation to the National Labour Group. The photographic soft cover is chipped to the top, rubbed to the extremities with some marks to the front and back covers and a closed tear to the back cover. It is partly detached from the book contents. Inside the pages are clean with no marks or annotations. 28pp. Size: Octavo. Card Covers, Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 005455
Book Description Published by Constable and Company Ltd., 10-12 Orange Street, London First Edition . London 1936., 1936. First edition in publisher's original stapled card wrap covers with a monochrome photograph of Harold Nicolson smoking a pipe to the top half of the front cover. 8vo. 8½'' x 5½''. Contains 28 [iv] printed pages of text. A little soiling and age darkening to the white card wrap covers, contents in Very Good condition, no dust wrapper as published, priced 6d to the front cover. Member of the P.B.F.A. LITERATURE 1926-1945. Bookseller Inventory # 58197
Book Description Constable, 1936. 8vo., First Edition, with a fine photographic portrait of the author on front wrapper; original pictorial wrappers, wire-stitched as issued, staples a litle rusty, covers lightly age-stained else a very good, bright copy. Extremely scarce in anything like this condition. Bookseller Inventory # 13973
Book Description London: Constable & Co. Ltd., 1936, 1936. Octavo, pp. 28, . Original paper wrappers. Custom tan linen chemise with gilt lettering to spine (light rubbing to tips, small dent to spine). Esher armorial bookplate to chemise. A hint of foxing to half-title and title; still a fine copy. First edition, first impression. From the library of the third Viscount Esher, Oliver Sylvain Baliol [Brett], marked in pencil on the final page of text, "E, Sept. 1936", presumably the date he read it. A political text relating a conversation on a train to Leicester in which Nicolson explains his reasons for joining the National Labour Group. Nicolson had entered the House of Commons as National Labour Member of Parliament for Leicester West in the 1935 election. Bookseller Inventory # 116542