Very gently read, unclipped and not remaindered. Interior is clean and unmarked. Pages are “browned” throughout due to the (cheap) acidic paper used in production. Clean, green textured boards, corners are sharp and square. Bright black ink titles to spine and front board. Unclipped dustjacket moderately bumped, rubbed and lightly chipped to extremities, a 2.5cm X 3cm triangular chip to the top edge of the rear panel. Some light soiling and shelfwear to show. Beautiful period illustration to the front wrap is undamaged. Published by Saalfield in 1934. Now protected in archival brodart jacket.