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Ladybird Series 474. A Tasseltip Tale. Pictorial paper boards. Spine and corners are bumped and worn. Top of spine has roughly 1/2 cm missing. Gift inscription in ink to verso of front endpaper. 2" tear vertically up one page, next to spine. Contents are still bright. Pictorial wrapper is price-cut, edge-chipped, with a few inch edge-tears, that have been repaired to verso with sticky tape. Some small pieces of loss to corners. Grubby marks to rear panel. Overall, still a very good copy of this rarer ladybird title.
Ladybird Series 474. A Tasseltip Tale. Pictorial paper boards. Spine and corners are bumped and worn. 1cm to base of backstrip is chipped away. Front joint split, binding is weak. Some light scuffing to covers. Small tear hole to top of spine. Contents are lovely and bright and clean.
Written by Dorothy Richards. Illustrated by Ernest A. Aris.
Stock no. 435130
Published by Wills & Hepworth Ltd.. 2nd 1947. Slightly better than very good condition in a good dustwrapper.
Ladybird Series 474. A Tasseltip Tale. Pictorial paper boards. Some light wear to corners and cover edges, and a few marks to rear cover. Contents are beautifully bright and clean. Pictorial wrapper is edge-torn and chipped, with 1.5" loss to base of spine, top of spine torn for 1.5". A few other closed tears that have been repaired with sticky tape to verso. Some small surface paper patches of damage.
Ladybird Series 474. A Tasseltip Tale. Pictorial paper boards. Spine and corners bumped and just a little worn, small dent to top edge of rear cover. Rear cover is ever so slightly grubby but overall covers and bright and clean. Lower half of front joint is cracked with stitching slightly loose. Two pages have small closed cuts to edges. One hinge is partly cracked. Some very slight fingering else contents bright and clean. Dustwrapper unfortunately has half of the front panel torn off and missing, the remainder of the wrapper is edge worn and a bit grubby.