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Tan cloth boards have a color pictorial label and black lettering w/ goldenrod embellishments, black lettering and goldenrod decorations on the spine. Top edge gilt. Covers and extremities are clean, head and foot of spine are a trifle rubbed. Patterned endpp. are clean. Presentation copy inscribed and dated (Nov. 10th, 1905) by the publisher on the fly leaf in black ink. Text is clean, embellished with five color illustrations including the frontispiece. Glassine dust wrapper is complete and intact, small closed tear/chip at foot of spine has been mended with acid-free tape. Extremities have a few tiny closed tears and some creasing. Original box has the same pictorial label of top as front cover of the book. Extremities are worn, corners have been mended with hinging tape. Panels of box are rubbed and soiled. Some portions of the box have been replaced with plain board. Nice copy, digital image available. Bookseller Inventory # 003886
Title: Shake-Speares Sweetheart
Publisher: George W. Jacobs & Co., Philadelphia
Publication Date: 1905
Binding: Cloth w/ Color Pictorial Label
Illustrator: Clara Peck
Book Condition: Very Good Plus
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Signed: Signed by the Publisher
Edition: First Edition
Book Type: Presentation Copy
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