Supplied by MJ Books.
The 1932 volume of this once popular annual series, first published in 1868.
All the usual news and views, stories and anecdotes, retail adverts and snippets of info. Packed with data from cover to cover. Such as, in this particular edition: the very interesting but entirely irrelevant fact (!) that in 1300 there were only two baths in England, both large wooden tanks in open courtyards; and also two very poignant historical photographs, of the largest battleship in the world, destined to become world famous as the avenger of the Hood and the vanquisher of the Bismark.
Publishers: Hoyten & Cole. Publishing Date: 1932. Cover Type: Hardback. Number Pages: 454. Book Dimensions (Approx): 12 x 18 cms.
General Condition: Good/Very Good. Heavy soiling and general wear to covers; heavily frayed on all edges and extremities; spine very worn, creased and torn, exposing binding at top and bottom; binding itself sound (no loose pages); overall covers slightly warped. Inner pages clean with no major marks or blemishes; all slightly faded; heavier fading to edges of text block; corners very slightly curled.