Family pride

sword comp

Daddy’s Sword.
by Amy le Feuvre. London: Pickering & Inglis. (n.d. 1940s)

Another that relies on its cover illustration. I merely direct your attention to how Daddy chooses to wear his Sword.

I’m thinking that it doesn’t get drawn too often.


About tartanpartan

It won't surprise you to learn that I'm quite keen on books, and spend as much of my spare time as possible picking over second hand book stalls and charity book sales with my surprisingly delicate claws.