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Mr Chesterton Comes to Tea, or, how the King of England captured Redskin Island; written by Aidan Mackey to accompany sixteen hitherto unpublished pencil drawings by G.K. Chesterton
Printed by the Rampant Lions Press for Vintage Publications, Bedford, 1978, limited edition of 370 copies. This no 114. Black cloth spine, decorative paper covered boards. Paper label to front board. Contained in a similiarly patterned slipcase with a paper label to one side. Landscape format, 7.75ins x 10.5ins, 56pp. Tipped in photograph to verso of half title, 18 pencil illustrations (6 full page) and a map of London within the text. Introductory essay by Richard Ingrams. Limitation page signed by Richard Ingrams and Aidan Mackey. Slight signs of removal of bookplate from front pastedown else VG in like slipcase.
stock no: 49916
Author Aidan Mackey
Binding cloth spine with paper covered boards
Publisher Vintage Publications
Illustrator G.K. Chesterton