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Little women

Book
1935 (published)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Printed book, 253 pages. Case binding of dark red cloth. Upper cover panel stamped with gold-blocked floral border. Title and author in gilt in central panel. Title, author and series "Readers' Library" on spine.


Object details

Categories
Object type
TitleLittle women (published title)
Materials and techniques
Case bound printed book.
Brief description
Book, by Louisa May Alcott. Little women. London: Reader's Library Publishing Company Ltd., [1935?]. NAL pressmark: 861.AA.3460.
Physical description
Printed book, 253 pages. Case binding of dark red cloth. Upper cover panel stamped with gold-blocked floral border. Title and author in gilt in central panel. Title, author and series "Readers' Library" on spine.
Dimensions
  • Height: 17cm (Note: From library catalogue, rounded up to nearest cm.)
Credit line
Donated by Anne Renier and F.G. Renier
Object history
Ownership inscription on upper pastedown reads : 'Elizabeth Ward'. Acquired by the Reniers from 'OB' in April 1972. Donated by Anne Renier and F.G. Renier.
Other number
861.AA.3460 - NAL Pressmark
Collection
Library number
38041803036920

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Record createdDecember 4, 2020
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