The Big Rupert Story Book 1951: front coverThe Big Rupert Story Book 1951: covers & spineThe Big Rupert Story Book 1951: inside front leafThe Big Rupert Story Book 1951: inside 'Belongs To' page and inscriptionThe Big Rupert Story Book 1951: inside first story title page with tear to cornerThe Big Rupert Story Book 1951: inside first story page with tear to cornerThe Big Rupert Story Book 1951: inside first story typical pageThe Big Rupert Story Book 1951: inside second story title pageThe Big Rupert Story Book 1951: inside third story title pageThe Big Rupert Story Book 1951: inside third story page with small tear to bottom centreThe Big Rupert Story Book 1951: inside back leaf

The Big Rupert Story Book 1951 (Hardback)


£20.00

Acceptable good reading condition used hardback.

Published in UK 1951 by
Purnell and Sons, Ltd., London.
Author: Mary Tourtel.
Approx dims: 250mm h x 210mm w x 20mm d.

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The Big Rupert Story Book 1951

Condition and Description:

Acceptable good reading condition used hardback.

Published in UK 1951 by Purnell and Sons, Ltd., London.
Author: Mary Tourtel.
Approx dims: 250mm h x 210mm w x 20mm d.

Intact condition pictorial boards & red cloth spine, vibrant colours with some fraying and bumping to edges and corners, plus some rubbing and signs of handling/ thumb marks. Cloth spine intact with some fading. Some colour loss to edges of boards. 122 clean tanned pages of English text with both black & white and block colour illustrations. blue ink gift inscription and previous owner’s name & address to first ‘Belongs To’ page, no other inscriptions. One inch tear/ missing bit to bottom right corner of first story title page. Some small tears and signs of handling to some inside pages. Page ends tanned/browned. Image shown is of actual book for sale.

Synopsis of The Big Rupert Story Book 1951:

”Unpaginated. 3 stories: Rupert & the Greedy Princess; Rupert and Prince Humpty-Dumpty; Rupert and the Wooden Soldier. Colour boards (Rupert flying in a basket with witch). Illustrated end-papers and colour blocked illustrations.”