By Ridgwell Cullum
London   Chapman and Hall Ltd
7.5" by 5" 312pp.
A very scarce fiction work by Ridgwell Cullum about a mining camp.
By Ridgwell Cullum

1913 The Sheriff of Dyke Hole

London   Chapman and Hall Ltd
7.5" by 5" 312pp.
A very scarce fiction work by Ridgwell Cullum about a mining camp.
£35.00
: 0.5kgs / : 901Z2

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Description

Original Binding, Publishers' Original Binding, Very Scarce

A later edition. First published in 1909. 

In the publisher's original cloth. 

A very scarce work. 

This work was written by British writer Ridgwell Cullum and tells the story of a mining camp and its Sherriff. Cullum often wrote adventure novels set in USA and Canada, having spent some time there on a cattle range and joining the gold rush in the Yukon in Canada.

Condition

In the publisher's original cloth. Externally generally smart with fading to the spine, bumping to the extremities, marks to the boards, a lean and a closed tear to the rear joint with joint starting. Offsetting to the endpapers. Front hinge starting after the contents page. Internally, binding tender in places with cords showing. Pages generally bright with spotting to the front and rear and the odd spot throughout.

Good

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