Rogue Reynard/ Being a Tale of the Fortunes and Misfortunes and Divers Misdeeds of That Great Villain, Baron Reynard, the Fox, and How he Was Served with King Lion's Justice.
Tan cloth boards have dark red lettering and decoration on the front cover, dark red lettering on the spine. Covers and extremities are extremely clean. Spine is a little bumped at foot, and very bumped at head, making covers a trifle cocked. Green and black illustrated endpp and text are very clean, embellished with wonderful b/w illustrations. Binding is sound and tight. D.j. is very clean, price-clipped. Extremities are slightly worn, including creasing, chipping, rubbing, and a few very tiny closed tears. Very nice copy, digital image available. Bookseller Inventory # 003885
Title: Rogue Reynard/ Being a Tale of the Fortunes ...
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston
Publication Date: 1947
Binding: Decorative Cloth
Illustrator: Laura Bannon
Book Condition: Good Plus +
Dust Jacket Condition: Good Plus +
Edition: First Edition
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