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Vintage

A Dog Day

L. Brook Rare Books

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; covers rubbed, lightly soiled, spine worn
Materials:
book
Size:
5.4" L x 5" W
Color/Finish:
yellow

Why We Love This

A Dog Day, or the Angel in the House. By Walter Emanuel. Pictures by Cecil Aldin. London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1930. "New and cheap edition." Tan cloth spine, yellow paper over boards, illustrations on right-hand pages, printed on heavy stock. First published in large format in 1902 and reprinted 20 times. The diary of a day in the life of a less-than-well-behaved dog. Head and tail of spine have closed tears in the cloth. Clean, sound interior.
As described by L. Brook Rare Books

About L. Brook Rare Books

I've been a dealer in rare books and art for over 30 years. I spent my early years training and providing animals for films, stage and TV. It was great fun, and evolved into a love for finding rare books and art, with a bias towards things "dog, horse and cat." I look for rarity, condition, and price when deciding which items to offer for sale. Uniqueness and value are what will drive my site—and although my love of animals is obvious, I strive to offer items that are diverse and exciting.