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BLYTON | Collection of three Famous Five volumes, 1943-47

BLYTON | Collection of three Famous Five volumes, 1943-47

BLYTON | Collection of three Famous Five volumes, 1943-47


A collection of three Famous Five volumes. Hodder & Stoughton, 1943-47, comprising:

i) Five Go Adventuring Again. 1943, ownership inscription on front free endpaper, upper board slightly bowed, extremities of soiled dust-jacket frayed; ii) Five Go Off in a Caravan. 1946, illustrated endpapers, soiled dust-jacket with tears and some minor loss; iii) Five on Kirrin Island Again. 1947, illustrated endpapers, slight soiling to boards, professional restoration to slightly soiled dust-jacket; all 8vo, FIRST EDITIONS, colour frontispieces, original blue boards lettered in black, DUST-JACKETS, some light spotting and browning

First editions of the second, fifth and sixth Famous Five adventures

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