Golden Guernsey

By: Campbell, Alfred S.

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Stated first edition. Hardcover in unclipped jacket. With a few photographs. “This is the delightful account of a tiny British possession, one of the Channel Islands between England and France. Its small area maintains a population of forty thousand people and several dozen witches. French monks came to Guernsey 1000 years ago to show the natives how to fight off pirates. They remained to instruct them in agriculture. From the cattle they introduced developed the famous Guernsey breed. Despite the [technology] Guernsey people still follow feudal customs and are governed by laws dating to the Middle Ages.” POOR jacket on a VERY GOOD book. Moderate soiling and heavy scuffing to the jacket. Heavy wear to the extremities including a large piece of the jacket missing from foot of the spine and a smaller piece missing form the head. Some chipping and tearing to the extremities. Small diagonal piece missing from upper rear corner. Some light foxing to rear panel. Light fading and edgewear to the book Spine a bit darkened. Inner text clean and solid with the pages a very lightly fading. Solid copy of this work in POOR/VERY GOOD book.

Title: Golden Guernsey

Author Name: Campbell, Alfred S.

Categories: European History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, David Kemp and Company: 1938

ISBN Number: no

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Poor

Seller ID: 000334