J. H. Sears & Company was an established publisher in New York who produced by the thousands tiny little books, all popular literary classics. And apparently none of them have a published date listed. Generally it is believed they were mass produced in the early 1900s - possibly 1920s through the 1940s. All of them appear to be the same size and either navy blue or red in color with various gold embossed decorations. This one was recently found in an old farmhouse attic.
Assuming it is nearly 100 years old, it is in good condition. It is a solid and complete book with no missing or torn pages. Wear evident around the edges and some page discoloration due to age. While J. H. Sears is listed on the title page as the publisher, it was set up and printed and bound by the Kingsport Press (Tennessee). It is Vol. II and begins with Chapter XXVIII (28) on page 245 and ends with page 488. Print is small and pages have narrow margins. Measures 4-1/2 by 6-1/2 inches.
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