Vintage Jane Eyre Book from 1886
You'll love this edition of Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte from 1886. This is a gorgeous book. The cover is absolutely beautiful. And then to have it contain such a classic story. What a bonus! The cover is in very nice condition. The binding is coming loose and the first few pages are becoming unattached. And of course, the pages are yellowed from age which makes them really interesting. This is a great book to display or to read.
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