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JENNINGS AND DARBISHIRE

Written by Anthony Buckeridge
Published by Collins

JENNINGS AND DARBISHIRE
Written by Anthony Buckeridge.
Published by Collins. 1958. Hardback.

Jennings receives a printing set! Red boards, black title to spine. 256 pages. Colour frontis.

Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Foxing/browning to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with a few small chips and nicks.

Stock no. 2130501

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JENNINGS AND DARBISHIRE
Written by Anthony Buckeridge.
Published by Collins. 1962. Hardback.

Red boards, black title. Top edge red. 256 pages. 7.5 x 5".

Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Spine and corners bumped. Foxing to endpapers and textblock, contents lightly browned throughout. Dustwrapper is foxed on verso and edge worn/creased.

Stock no. 1317756

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JENNINGS AND DARBISHIRE
Written by Anthony Buckeridge.
Published by Collins. 1958. Hardback.

Jennings receives a printing set! Red boards, black title to spine. 256 pages. Colour frontis.

Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Lengthy address inscription in ink to front endpaper. Foxing to endpapers, outer page edges and some page margins. Wrapper is price-cut with edge-creasing; foxed to verso; a few small chips and nicks at corners.

Stock no. 2127188

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JENNINGS AND DARBISHIRE
Written by Anthony Buckeridge.
Published by Collins. 1st. 1952. Hardback.

Red boards, black title. Top edge red. 256 pages. 7.5 x 5".

Very good condition in a poor dustwrapper. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper has a third of back panel MISSING, also a third loss to top of rear flap. Rest of wrapper is torn and chipped, with creasing.

Stock no. 2124357

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Contents

  • The trouble with Jennings is that he has his own extraordinary way of doing things. Given an Ideal Printing Outfit for his birthday, he hits on a Great Idea - a newspaper called the Third Form Times. And what could be hotter news than a photo of a French fishing boat in the local harbour taken with Jennings' new camera? But Darbishire's French isn't up to much - nor is the fisherman's English. Result: the boys are given a large parcel of fresh fish which they smuggle back to school and which in a moment of desperation Jennings shoves up the irascible Mr. Wilkin's chimney.

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