Death of a Train.London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1946 Stock Code: 106693
NotesFirst edition, first impression.
Provenance: bookplate of Adrian Homer Goldstone (1897-1977), "grew up in the area around Monterey, California. An avid book collector all of his life, he is particularly well know for his bibliographies of Arthur Machen and John Steinbeck, both of which were published through the University of Texas" (Harry Ransom Center).
Octavo. Original dark red cloth, titles to front board and spine in white. With the dust jacket.
Extremities very lightly rubbed and bumped, mild spotting to edges. An excellent copy in a slightly rubbed jacket with minor nicks to extremities, a few light creases and short tears to spine ends, spine ends with tape repairs to verso.
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