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This is a relatively scarce slipcased, dust-jacketed copy of "The Enchanted April" by Elizabeth.
1923
Doubleday Page & Co.
Published at Country Life Press

CONDITION:
* * *Book's red boards are bright and largely unbumped. Gold type on cover and spine is clean and bright. There is a previous price, in pencil, on the front free endpaper. Pages are uniform and clean. There is one small stain on the top page-edges of the book.
***NOTE: The rear free endpaper has begun to split from the pastedown, making the hinge fragile. Would benefit from reinforcing. (See PHOTO #4). One bit of paper scuffing to endpaper.

* * *Slipcase is sturdy and whole. It shows age-toning and soiling. Some minor paper loss to front edges.

* * *Dust-jacket is acceptable. It has one 1-1/4" chip and other smaller chips and tears. Soiling to spine end. Not price clipped. (Original price $1.90).

Stage and film adaptations have been made of this 1923 book about "A month out of the lives of four women in an old Italian castle; two unselfish with a keen sense of humor and the others selfish and with no sense of humor, produces a series of situations which only 'Elizabeth' could handle."

Elizabeth was the pseudonym for novelist Elizabeth von Arnim, who was born Mary Annette Beauchamp.

This is an investment. Please consult all photos. I took many additional photos and I welcome your questions or requests for additional photos.

Ships FREE USPS Priority-Insured from beautiful Portland, Oregon.

Slipcased "The Enchanted April" by "Elizabeth." Dust-jacket. 1923, Doubleday Page and Co. Scarce edition. Free shipping.

$200.00

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