THE PIED PIPER
by Walt Disney
Illustrated by Walt Disney
Published by John Lane The Bodley Head. 1st. 1934
Almost very good condition in a slightly better than good dustwrapper. From the Walt Disney Silly Symphony. The town of Hamelin was over-run with rats; the townsfolk simply couldn't get rid of them. So the Mayor offered a large reward to the first person who could clear the rats away... Pictorial paper boards. Colour pictorial endpapers showing Pied Piper leading the rats away. Colour & b/w illustrations.
REDUCED from Â£120. 0.5" loss to top of backstrip affecting 'T' in 'The', base of spine worn. Corners worn. Covers still nice and bright. Minor foxing to endpapers. Some colouring to some b/w illustrations. A few grubby marks to margins. Verso of pictorial wrapper is foxed. Pictorial wrapper is in two halves, spine of wrapper is torn, overall wrapper is edge-worn and torn with a some loss. Overall a nice copy of a scarce item.
Stock no. 812858
Located at: Stella Books, Tintern