Geoffrey Bles, 1952.
First edition, first printing. 8vo. Light blue boards with silver gilt titles. Pictorial dustwrapper by Pauline Baynes. A very good+ copy. A few tiny light marks to boards but generally clean. Internally complete and quite crisp. Some light very occasional spotting to prelims. No inscriptions. Clean textblock edge with a hint of spotting to topedge only. Small retailers ink stamp to rear endpaper. Map endpapers original and unsplit. The very good priceclipped dustwrapper has a small chip to centre head of spine & some nicking to other extremities with a number of very short closed tears including a couple of short tears to the centre of the spine/rear panel fold. Toning to spine.
The third Narnia novel. The Dawn Treader is the first ship that Narnia has seen in centuries. King Caspian has built it for his voyage to find the seven lords, good men who his Uncle has banished when he usurped the throne.