The Old Bailey and its Trials

By: O'DONNELL, Bernard

Price: $15.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: About Fine

"Sensational tales of the Old Bailey, the Central Criminal Court of England and Wales, from its Elizabethan origins to the time of publication. Macabre history, full of highwaymen and hangmen, villains and persecuted saints, and well-known 'criminals' such as Oscar Wilde." [Publisher's abstract]. 226 pages, illustrations; 23 cm. Book is bright and clean inside, unmarked except for a previous owner's name to the ffeo. Tight binding, no wear to the cloth. The unclipped dustjacket Has a bright, attractive front panel with a couple of short, closed tears to the top edge; the back panel is complete and quite clean but with two short, closed tears to the edges. The spine is a little sun-darkened and has a small, lost peice to both extremities. Unpacked weight, 511g. We use both the Canada Post and the United States Postal Service and offer very competitive postal charges - based on actual costs, no overcharging. Images always available. Shipped well packed. [Maximum postage to anywhere within Canada is now approx US$15.00- up to 5kg total weight, boxed, insured, trackable and faster than regular parcels. Less will be charged if rates indicate].

Title: The Old Bailey and its Trials

Author Name: O'DONNELL, Bernard

Categories: London, Britain - History, Politics & Topography, Law & Legal,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Clerke & Cockeran: 1950

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: About Fine

Jacket Condition: Good to Very Good

Type: Hardcover

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 27233