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Vintage

Penguin Editions, S/5

Brick+Mortar

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Penguin Editions, S/5
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Penguin Editions, S/5
Penguin Editions, S/5
Penguin Editions, S/5

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Very Good; some yellowing to the pages

Materials:

softcover

Size:

4" L x 2" W x 7" H

Why We Love This

Set of five orange softcover books all published by Penguin Books. Titles include: Strange Glory by LH Myers, 1945; Barlasch of the Guard by Henry Seton Merriman, 1946; The Brass Bottle by F Anstey, 1946; Don Segundo Sombra by Ricardo Guiraldes, 1948; and The Tragic Comedians by George Meredith, 1946.
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Why We Love This

Set of five orange softcover books all published by Penguin Books. Titles include: Strange Glory by LH Myers, 1945; Barlasch of the Guard by Henry Seton Merriman, 1946; The Brass Bottle by F Anstey, 1946; Don Segundo Sombra by Ricardo Guiraldes, 1948; and The Tragic Comedians by George Meredith, 1946.

About Brick+Mortar

Brick+Mortar hails from Atlanta, Georgia and was founded by David Kowalski who has a penchant for pieces that represent the South. For Brick+Mortar, the history of each piece in our collection is essential; that concept drives the company.