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The Story Palace

c1921 - London & Glasgow - Collins' Clear-Type Press

10.2" by 7.5", (24)pp.



An illustrated children's book, The Story Palace.

Bound in quarter cloth with pictorial front board.

Includes numerous in-text black and white illustrations, with a frontis and double-page spread in colour.

Contents include Cousin Nell's Story, Turvey-Topsy's Own Way, Dorothy in the Woods, Rainy-day Frolics, and Yellowfluff's Plan, as well as some short poems.


The binding of the text block is firm. The inner hinges have failed. There is slight wear to the extremities, including slight bumping. Internally the pages are bright with occasional spot or handling marks. Three corners have been torn away without affecting the text. There is an ink inscription on the frontis. Overall the condition is good only.


Price: £23.99

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