|Silver Poppy, The|
Citation: New York: Burt, [c1924].
Edition: Second US edition.
THE SILVER POPPY | BY | ARTHUR STRINGER | Frontispiece by | W. B. KING | NEW YORK | A.L. BURT COMPANY, Publishers
TITLE-PAGE VERSO: (top): COPYRIGHT, 1903, 1924, | BY THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY (middle): Printed in the United States of America DEDICATION PAGE: nne. FLYLEAF: (middle): title. FLYLEAF VERSO: lists 14 titles by Stringer, including Never-Fail Blake and Empty Hands, both published in 1924. ILLUSTRATIONS: 1 plate; black-and-white photo-reproduction of painting [man on horsebackpicking up a woman]; frontispiece, located between p. ii/iii, no caption. PAGES/HEIGHT: [i-iv], v-vi, 1-291, [1p], [6p of advertisements of Burt titles] / 19.4 cm. TEXT: sub-edition of the First US edition. COVER: cloth / red. (front, top): title, stamped in gold. (front, bottom): authors' name, stamped in gold. (spine, top): title, [rule], author's surname, stamped in gold. (spine, bottom): company name, stamped in gold. DUST-JACKET: not seen. COPIES EXAMINED: OKQ-LP; NSHD; OTU-VU; NSWA NOTE: Second US edition, [c1924]. The number (5) appears at the end of the text (p. 291). This convention was used by Appleton to signify Impressions, suggestingthat this edition used the plates of the fifth Appleton edition. However, Burt may have inserted the number to indicate that this edition represents the fifth time that these plates have been used.
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