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DescriptionDorothy Bowers. A Deed without a Name. London: 1940. First edition.
More Information: Dorothy Bowers. A Deed without a Name. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1940. First edition. Octavo. 316, [4, ads] pages. In-text illustrations. Publisher's full light blue cloth, spine stamped in black. Original illustrated dust jacket. All edges trimmed. Spine slightly skewed; barely perceptible shelf wear at extremities of binding; soft bump and dimple at upper right corner of spine. Normal light age toning to edges of text block; mild scuffing to top and bottom edges. Uneven toning to endpapers; bookseller ticket affixed to front free endpaper. Light rubbing and thumbsoiling to exposed panels of jacket, most pronounced at spine and folds; some soft creasing; edge wear with a bit of fraying and paper loss at spine and flap fold ends. Very nearly fine.
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