Published by Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., London, Melbourne and Toronto, 1918. Dimensions : 175mm x 114mm x 19mm. Weight : 0.220kg net. Condition : Quite good.
The Survivor by E. Phillips Oppenheim, published by Ward, Lock and Co. Ltd., London, Melbourne and Toronto, printed by Ward, Lock & Co. Dimensions : 175mm x 114mm x 19mm. 12mo 252 economy numbered pages plus 4 advertising unnumbered. Contents : Chapters I to XL. Frontispiece: sepia illustration entitled "He held out his hands-words seemed ridiculous".
Condition/Notes : Quite good. No DJ. The pale red linen front board is quite good with wear to edges and bumps to corners, light scratching to face. Print in slightly faded black ink. Back board similar, blank. Spine with wear to top and tail, wear to edges, sunning, quite good black ink print. Front paste-down blank off-white with pencil handscript top lh corner "Read Sept 86. Re-read Aug. '94. Re-read Nov '03 1901" (The 1901 will refer to the date of the First Edition of this novel). Front e/p blank with 45 in pencil top rh corner. Frontispiece follows with sepia illustration as detailed above. Title page follows with foxing to edges, blank verso. Contents follow. The pages are mostly clean but some have some light staining in places and all with toning to border edges. General usage. 4 pages of Ward, Lock & Co.'s Popular Novels listed following Finis. Back e/p and paste-down blank. Slight cocking to the volume. Dusted edges. Generally a very pleasant edition, no aroma.