ANNE BOLEYN, byEvelyn Anthony, Thomas Y. Crowell Company, New York, printed in 1957.This item is a book 5 1/2" by 8 1/2" 310 page hardcover copy. This item is in good conditionwith some soiling and rubbing of the covers, the first page one corner is missed, aprox 1” by 2”, the covers are started to become loose from the binding, one of the pages that have the title of the book has a brown mark of aprox 3/4” by ¼”, but the rest of the pages are clean and tight, I have not seen any writing on the pages.Contest includes:it was a still and lovely summer afternoon when the train of riders, headed by the king, turned into Hever castle. He rode a head taller than the others and, after setting a grueling pace from London, he was still fresh. At thirty-four Henry VIII was in physical prime, he was tall and massively built; he still wrestled and maintained his reputation as the most formidable sportsman in the country. He had called his gentlemen and ridden out of Greenwich Palace, on an impulse to visit his new comptroller, see the Kentish country-side, and rest for a few hours at Hever before returning to London, and much, much more. Thanks for Looking. L24DON’T FORGET TO CHECK OUR STORE, WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF BOOKS AND VINTAGE POSTCARDS FOR A VERY GOOD PRICE AND WE SELL BOOKS BY LOTS TOO. Powered by eCRATER . List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.