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BILLY BUNTER'S BEANFEAST

Written by Frank Richards
Illustrated by R.J. Macdonald
Published by Cassell & Company Ltd in 1952

BILLY BUNTER'S BEANFEAST
Written by Frank Richards. Illustrated by R.J. Macdonald.
Published by Cassell & Company Ltd. 1st. 1952. Hardback.

For once Billy Bunter is one of the most popular members of the Remove as he has in his possession eight tickets for a steamer excursion to Boulogne on Founder's Day. Red boards, black titles. Colour frontis. B/w illustrations.

Almost very good condition. Spine is browned with a few water marks. Name and ink stamp to front endpaper. Small bits of surface paper damage where tape has been removed from pastedowns. Title underlined to others in series page. Some foxing throughout, but heaviest to outer page edges.

Stock no. 2129665

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BILLY BUNTER'S BEANFEAST
Written by Frank Richards. Illustrated by R.J. Macdonald.
Published by Cassell & Company Ltd. 1st. 1952. Hardback.

For once Billy Bunter is one of the most popular members of the Remove as he has in his possession eight tickets for a steamer excursion to Boulogne on Founder's Day. Red boards, black titles. Colour frontis. B/w illustrations.

Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Bottom of spine a little bumped. Light browning to endpapers. Couple of marks to bottom of text block. Top of text block a little grubby. Contents very good. Dustwrapper is a little edge worn. Spine a little faded. Wrapper slightly grubby.

Stock no. 1406887

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Contents

  • In normal circumstances Billy Bunter is not one of the most popular members of the Remove. Suddenly he becomes an object of affection because he was in possession of eight tickets for the steamer excursion to Boulogne on Founder's Day. The Famous Five were booked but there was someone else interested in one of the vacancies - Vernon Smith who had fancied his chances at the gaming - table with a system he had devised.
  • At last the great day came and the steamer left from Pegg Bay at the appointed time, carrying among other passengers, Horace Coker of the Fifth with his bosom pals whose path crossed that of the Removites on more than one occasion: usually with hilarious results.