By George Platt Robinson
London   Duckworth & Co.
7.5" by 5" 320, [16]pp.
A scarce copy of this first edition novel set in post-war Europe by G. P. Robinson.
By George Platt Robinson

1922 Testament: The Confessions of a Drug-Taker

London   Duckworth & Co.
7.5" by 5" 320, [16]pp.
A scarce copy of this first edition novel set in post-war Europe by G. P. Robinson.
£325.00
: 0.5kgs / : 814A49

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Description

First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding, Scarce

A scarce novel set in post-war Europe by G. P Robinson, telling of the life and death of Gordon Sumner. A rare early work on this subject offering an insight into the darker side of the post war period. Found in six institutional libraries only. Rare to see in this sort of condition.

Condition

In the original publisher's full cloth binding. Externally very smart with minor shelf wear only, lightly bumped to head and tail of spine, light sunning to spine and soiling to boards and spine. Internally, firmly bound. Light spotting to fore edge, not affecting leaves which are bright and clean.

Very Good Indeed

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