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Angel and the Star, The
Connor, Ralph


Index: CO-A07.300
Citation: New York: Revell, [c1908].
Edition: Second US edition, later Impression, variant binding C.

Title Page:

    THE ANGEL | AND THE STAR | By | RALPH CONNOR | Author of "The Sky Pilot," "The | Doctor," etc., etc.
         | [ornament: company logo] |  NEW YORK   CHICAGO  TORONTO  | Fleming H. Revell Company |LONDON
         AND EDINBURGH


        All framed in decorative border [star and feather motif], in light green. 


Description:

TITLE-PAGE VERSO: (top): Copyright, 1908, by | FLEMING H. REVELL COMPANY
        (middle): lists 10 Connor titles, all published before 1908.
        (bottom): New York: 158 Fifth Avenue | Chicago: 80 Wabash Avenue | Toronto: 25 Richmond Street, W. | London: 21 Paternoster Square
                        | Edinburgh: 100 Princes Street
        [Note: page is framed in decorative border, in light green, similar to that of the title-page.]


DEDICATION PAGE: none.


FLYLEAF: (top): title. [Note: page is framed in decorative border, in light green].


FLYLEAF VERSO: contains frontispiece illustration, framed in a decorative border, in light green.


END PAPERS: plain.


ILLUSTRATIONS: 1 plate; colour reproduction of painting; paste-on print on page:

        iv, frontispiece:"And now we have done our homage..."


PAGES/ HEIGHT: [i-vi], 5-32 / 18.5 cm.


TEXT SETTING: sub-edition of the Second US edition.


COVER: paper over boards / mottled cream-white with greenish tone.
	(front): [decorative frame: star and feather motif], in light green, boxed in a single-ruleborder in navy blue.
	(front, top): title, in navy blue.
	(front, bottom): author's name, in navy blue.
	

DUST-JACKET: none.


COPIES EXAMINED: NBSAM


NOTE: Second US edition, later Impression, variant binding C, [1908]. Note: All pages are framed by a decorative
         border [star and feather motif], in light green. Colophon on p. 32 (bottom) reads: PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES 
            OF AMERICA. The NBSAM copy is hand-dated: Christmas 1918.  





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