“Sometimes it may be a certain church bell, or a railway whistle, or even the tick of an old clock; but, whatever it is, for some reason or other, it remains indelibly imprinted on our memory… That blacksmith and his forge have long since gone in to the world of shadows, but as long as I live I shall still in imagination Hera the tip, tap of the hammers on his anvil”.
HIBGAME, Frederick Thurlow. Recollections of Norwich Fifty Years Ago. Reprinted from “The Norfolk Chronicle”.
Interior: Pages age toned
Exterior: Later (2001) quarter calf binding, spine lettered in gilt (rubbing to spine and boards, later end papers). Original wrappers bound in a rear.
8vo. Norwich: Norfolk Press Syndicate Ltd., 1919.
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