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Dandelion Wine

Ray Bradbury

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Ref. 110747   Edition. First Edition

Published By: Rupert Hart-Davies 1957 (London)

First edition hardback bound in publisher's original burgundy cloth with silver lettering to spine. Original printed pictorial dust jacket, unclipped. Library bookplate and stamp to ffep. Pictorial motif to title page. Light shelf wear to jacket edges, particularly top edge. Spine sunned and a touch discoloured. Crease to lower edge of spine, shallow loss. Small split to top edge of rear panel. Remains bright. White marks to lower fore corner of cloth cover. Light spotting to text block edge, and very occasionally throughout. Clean and bright for the most part. Overall good condition but for the stain to the cloth cover. 184 pp. Critics consider Dandelion Wine to be Bradbury's most personal work, a reflection of a childhood summer. The beautiful jacket is designed by Jeffery Lies. A charming and collectable book.

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Size: 8vo

Binding: Hardback

Book Type: Book

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