The Mildenhall Treasure

By: Dahl, Roald & Ralph Steadman

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NEW Book - FIRST EDITION, FIRST IMPRESSION with the Correct Printer's Key - 2 4 6 8 10 9 7 5 3 1. MINT Unused / Unread copy. BOUGHT NEW and STORED away. NO INSCRIPTIONS OR MARKS. Originally written in 1946 when Dahl was making a living writing stories for American magazines. This story was first published in 1977 in 'The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six More', Now here first published as a single title edition by Jonathan Cape, with a newly commissioned illustrations by Ralph Steadman. Dark blue boards, with the spine titled in silver, in the original publishers mint dustjacket. 79 pages. Numerous brilliant full colour illustrations, wonderful and eccentric, by the great Ralph Steadman. Full and double page illustrations and a few b/w line drawings. This book tells tells how, in 1946 near Mildenhall in Suffolk, a Roman Silver Hoarde was discovered by a Suffolk ploughman, and how he was cheated out of his fortune... A Savage Parable of Innocence and Greed! A Gift Quality MINT copy. See Images. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall

Title: The Mildenhall Treasure

Author Name: Dahl, Roald & Ralph Steadman

Illustrator: Illustrated by Ralph Steadman

Categories: Boys/Girl's Stories Annuals, Antiques. Collecting, History & Politics. Churchill, Archaeology. 'Classic' Studies, Illustrated, Childrens. Juvenile,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: London, Jonathan Cape Ltd: 1999

ISBN Number: 0224060171

ISBN Number 13: 9780224060172

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: As New in As New dust jacket

Seller ID: 114750

Keywords: The Mildenhall Treasure By Roald Dahl; Illustrated By Ralph Steadman. This Book Tells Tells How, In 1946 Near Mildenhall In Suffolk, A Roman Silver Hoarde Was Discovered By A Suffolk Ploughman, And How He Was Cheated Out Of His Fortune... A Savage Parable Of Innocence And Greed! Originally Written In 1946 When Dahl Was Making A Living Writing Stories For American Magazines. This Story Was First Published In 1977 In 'the Wonderful Story Of Henry Sugar And Six More'