Hand Signed in blue ink to the Title Page. The original dustjacket houses this book. Image of'Clara; to the front on her horse! [Clara being the sweetheart of'Our Willie].
Retains price to top of front prelim. Chipping to corners and top and bottom of spine. Few small closed edge tears, and creasing to the edges. Few small repairs to the rear in colour like paper. Now housed in a removable archival sleeve for future generations.
Green cloth [feels and looks like silk to me], boards with gold gilt lettering to the front board and spine. Minimal lightening to cloth on front top edge of the spine and the corners. This book feels solid to the touch. It does stand apart from most books that I touch.Very well put together in 1934. Clean and tightly bound to the inner page block. The condition inside this book is really good. The pages are clean throughout.
364 pages plus an epilogue to the end of the story, which takes you to page 375. The epilogue ends with a poem. Willie, is it you dear. They did not tell me true, dear.
They said you would not come. I heard you at the gate.
And it made my heart rejoice. For I knew that welcome footstep. And that dear, familiar voice. This item is in the category "Books, Comics & Magazines\Books". The seller is "modern_first_printings" and is located in this country: GB.This item can be shipped worldwide.