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Author Name    Bowen, Elizabeth

Title   Seven Winters

Publisher   Dublin The Cuala Press 1942

Seller ID   001265

Slim 8vo, pp 57, quarter beige cloth and khaki boards has some wear and staining, paper title label on spine mostly lacking, top corners bumped, ownership signature on front blank. This is copy number 126 of 450 copies (of which 440 were for sale), set in Caslon type, and printed by Esther Ryan and Maire Gill, on paper made in Ireland, published by The Cuala Press and finished in the last week of August 1942.

THE CUALA PRESS. LITERATURE.

Price = 40.00 GBP


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