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Flower of the Dusk

Barbara Farnsworth

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 1900-1910

Condition:

Very Good; internal browning, ex-circulating library.

Materials:

hardcover

Size:

8" L x 5.25" W x 1.1" H

Why We Love This

Flower of the Dusk by Myrtle Reed. New York: G.P. Putnam's, 1908. First Edition. 341 pages. Scattered browning throughout, hand-written notation of "Milton Circulating Library." Sound copy in a somewhat rubbed binding with classic Art Nouveau gilt and ivory stamping on ribbed lavender cloth, the work of designer Margaret Armstrong, whose signature initials "MA" are stamped in the design.
As described by Barbara Farnsworth

Why We Love This

Flower of the Dusk by Myrtle Reed. New York: G.P. Putnam's, 1908. First Edition. 341 pages. Scattered browning throughout, hand-written notation of "Milton Circulating Library." Sound copy in a somewhat rubbed binding with classic Art Nouveau gilt and ivory stamping on ribbed lavender cloth, the work of designer Margaret Armstrong, whose signature initials "MA" are stamped in the design.

About Barbara Farnsworth

My bookstore, an old wooden building at the edge of a New England trout stream, houses thousands of used, rare and antiquarian books, with particular emphasis on Home and Garden subjects -- food and drink, gardening, interior design and architecture. I also carry titles on fashion, children's books and literature. Books really do furnish a room, beautifully!