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viii, 396 p. "With 8 woodcuts by C. F. Tunnicliffe." Map on endpapers. "First published October, 1937." "Printed and bound in Great Britain by Richard Clay and Sons ..." A charming book in which Williamson describes the birds near the village of Shelborne in Lancashire, England. Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe was a noted English artist and illustrator. For more information, see: The Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe Society. http://www.thecharlestunnicliffesociety.co.uk. Bound in blue cloth with gilt spine. Very slight shelf wear. Some foxing and darkening to edge of text block, very slight foxing to preliminaries. Bookplate, signed L.P., on front binder's blank signed by former owner "Howard B. Spencer". DJ spine darkened and stained, spine folds weakened, foxing and fading to front and back, price clipped, with chipping and tears. DJ tears repaired with Filmoplast® P archival tape minimally applied on the inside, not visible.
Title: The Sky’s Their Highway.
Categories: Birds: General,
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: London :, Putnam,: 1937
Book Condition: Good+
Jacket Condition: DJ Poor
Size: 8.75" Tall
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: AC0105
Keywords: Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe, Howard Bonnell Spencer