By Ernest Bramah
London   The Leadenhall Press
7" by 5" [3], iv-vi, [1], 8-181, [3], 3-15, [1pp]
The first edition of Ernest Bramah's first work, a tongue-in-cheek account of farming.
By Ernest Bramah

1894 English Farming and Why I Turned It Up

London   The Leadenhall Press
7" by 5" [3], iv-vi, [1], 8-181, [3], 3-15, [1pp]
The first edition of Ernest Bramah's first work, a tongue-in-cheek account of farming.
£120.00
: 0.5kgs / : 748P11

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First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding

The first edition of this work.

A late Victorian treatise on English farming. Bramah wrote in a slightly satirical manner, detailing his own farming exploits.

Written by Ernest Bramah; this was his first book.

Sixteen pages of publisher's adverts to the rear.

Condition

In the original publisher's cloth binding. Externally, smart, with just a little discolouration to the boards and spine. Light spots to the pastedowns and endpapers. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are lightly age-toned and clean with just a couple of light handling marks.

Very Good Indeed

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