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A Spring Harvest
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A copy just showed up on ABEbooks and was already gone before I got into my email..35 pounds was a good price and I'm just curious if any one here was the lucky one?

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Posted on: 2012/4/17 0:14


Re: A Spring Harvest
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No
It came up on my email at 3.35 am UK by 7 it had gone !
Regretably not to me !
nash nash

Posted on: 2012/4/17 7:51


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No. And I'm not looking to buy it.

BH

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Posted on: 2012/4/17 16:50


Re: A Spring Harvest
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The wants notice from ABE showed up in our e-mail sometime around 8:30 pm Eastern Time last night, though it's time-stamped 6:03 pm. I jumped at it, but it had already sold. Apparently there are a lot of factors that affect when these notices reach an individual's in-box, and delay can be significant.

We already have A Spring Harvest, just not in the dust-jacket. I paid 7 pounds and postage for the copy many years ago, having found it in the catalogue of a bookseller specializing in World War I poetry (those were the days!). For the Bibliography I described a fragmentary jacket from the Bodleian copy.

Wayne

Posted on: 2012/4/17 18:44



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