Tick-Tock A Story of a Clock World by Fleur Charley (Heath Cranton, 1st edition 1937) illustrated by Raine Inglis

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Tick-Tock | A Story of a Clock World | Fleur Charley | Heath Cranton, 1st edition 1937 | illustrated by Raine Inglis

 

Tick-Tock – A Story of a Clock World

Fleur Charley
London: Heath Cranton Ltd, 1st edition 1937

Illustrated throughout by Raine Inglis.

Hardback – publisher’s orange cloth with lettering in black to spine, in dustwrapper. 149pp including b/w illustrations. 8.75 x 5.75 inches approx. (225mm x 146mm).

Tick-Tock | A Story of a Clock World | Fleur Charley | Heath Cranton, 1st edition 1937 | illustrated by Raine Inglis

Dustwrapper showing some wear, tatty and torn to edges with some loss; dusty and marked; price label to spine. Cloth generally clean with just a touch of dustiness; boards a touch rubbed to corners, upper front corner slightly bruised; some toning to endpapers, gift inscription in ink to front; several pages with some staining but mostly generally clean.

Overall, showing wear but otherwise a reasonably nice copy. Scarce.

£75.00

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