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Book Description

An uncommon early novel set in CANADA. 6 full colour illustrations by ARTHUR RACKHAM as called for. Nice clean copy with original Sunday School prize plate date 1904 affixed inside the front cover. (name of recipient crossed out)
Dealer Notes
ARTHUR RACKHAM ILLUSTRATIONS in....
WHERE FLIES THE FLAG
A tale set in CANADA
By HENRY HARBOUR
1st edition 1904 (undated)
Published by COLLINS. LONDON. UK
6 full colour illustrations by ARTHUR RACKHAM as called for.
Bound in variant burgundy pictorial cloth ( copies are known with blue cloth) titled gilt.
PAGES ARE CREAMY WHITE. BURGUNDY ENDPAPERS.
AN UNCOMMON EARLY WORK, WHOLLY ILLUSTRATED BY RACKHAM.
Author HENRY HARBOUR
Date 1904
Binding HARDBACK with PICTORIAL BINDING and GILT TITLES
Publisher COLLINS
Illustrator ARTHUR RACKHAM
Condition VERY Good, small area of slightly lighter background as shown on the images
Pages 286

Price: £395.00

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