Book Description

Published for the English Dialect Society by Trubner & Co, London, 1887, 1st edition. Half leather binding with marbled boards. Gilt lettering and decoration to spine. Aem. 8.5ins x 5.5ins, marbled endpapers, xxiv, 194pp. A Kentish dialect poem (Dick and Sal at Canterbury Fair) followed by an alphabetical list of words and expressions. Armorial bookplate of John Tolhurst FSA to front pastedown. Previous owners signature and date to first blank page after the front free endpaper. Also "427.2" written in red ink. "7647" has been stamped to the bottom of the title page. Leather is a little rubbed to the spine, but generally a VG copy.
Dealer Notes
stock no: 50788
Author Parish, W.D. & Shaw, W.F.
Date 1887
Binding Half Leather with marbled boards
Publisher Trubner & Co
Condition VG

Price: £75.00

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