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Book Description
1st Edition. 140 + 4 pages publishers adspp. 18mo. Brown cloth covered boards with gilt lettering and rule decoration on spine. Black lettering and linear border on front cover. Slight wear and a very light stain to the front board. Bottom corners lightly bumped. Black coated endpapers. Decorative book plate affixed to front pastedown. Previous owners name on inside of front free endpaper in ink (1932). A few small spots of foxing within text block, else it is clean and tight. Outer edges of text block also show some slight foxing. Boards show very subtle bowing. In general, a very nice copy.
Dealer Notes
A parody of Wells' "War of the World" (1898) in which the female inhabitants of Venus invade the earth. Translated from the Artesian of H. G. Pozzuoli by Graves and Lucas.
Author Pozzuoli, H. G. [Translated by C. L. Graves and E. V. Lucas]
Publisher Bristol: Arrowsmith, c1898

Price: £340.00

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