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Published by Hutchinson & Co., London; 1972. 8vo. This First edition by the author of The Day of The Jackal is in Very Good condition. It is nicely bound in original black cloth boards, with silver gilt lettering to the spine. There is bumping to the spine ends and corners, particularly at the head of the spine, where there is some slight creasing to the top of the rear board as well. There is a very small tear to the  bottom front edge, but this is no more the=an a couple of millimetres in length. Otherwise the boards are mark and stain free and in nice condition. Inside apart from some toning, typical of a book of  this age, the pages are clean and bright and free from marks. There is some slight spotting to the extreme page edges, only visible when the books is closed. The dustjacket is also in Very Good condition. There are some small tears to the edges, several along the top and about the same to the bottom, but none are more than 1.5cms in length and none affect the title. There a couple of chips to the front panel, but again these are negligible in size and are not on the title. There is bumping to the spine ends and corners, corresponding to those of the book’s boards, and some slight rubbing to the jacket panels. In all this is a very nice copy of this novel by the popular author, which is in better condition than it sounds. Please see the photos attached and don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.

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Published by Hutchinson & Co., London; 1979. 8vo. This First edition by the popular author Frederick Forsyth is in Near Fine condition. Tightly bound in the original navy boards, with red star detailing to the front board and spine, and silver gilt lettering to the spine. There is some minor bumping to the spine ends and corners, but otherwise the boards are clean and free from marks. Inside the leaves are clean, bright and tightly bound, the book has likely only been read once or twice at most. the only signs of ageing are to the extreme edges where there is some slight spotting and toning, only visible when the book is closed. The dustjacket is also in Near Fine condition, with some slight bumping to the spine ends and corners, corresponding to that of the book’s boards. There is some very slight rubbing to the panels and some sunning, to the spine, and also to the bottom of the rear panel and top of the front panel, as if the book has sat between two smaller books on a shelf for some time. Otherwise, this is a very nice example of this modern first edition. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.

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Published by Hutchinson & Co., London; 1971. This is the first edition, third impression of this classic novel by Frederick Forsyth. The book is in Very Good condition, nicely bound in it’s original red cloth boards with gold gilt lettering to the spine. There is some sunning and bumping to the spine ends and board egdes and corners and a couple of rubbing marks to the bottom of the front and rear boards, but otherwise they are free from marks. Inside there is an ownership inscription to the front free endpaper. There is toning and spotting to the page edges, but no other marks or blemishes to the leaves. The dustjacket is in Good condition, with bumping and wear to the edges and spine ends and a couple of larger tears to the top and bottom of the front panel, measuring no more than 2.5 centimetres in length. Apart from some minor rubbing to the jacket there are no marks or staining really to speak of. In all, this is a nice early copy of this classic and popular novel.

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