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A History of Chipping by Stuart Crainer ISBN 13: 9780861571840

ISBN 10: 0861571843

Paperback; Chorley, Lancs: Countryside Publications Ltd, 1986-01; ISBN-13: 978-0861571840

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A History of Chipping

A History of Chipping

by Crainer, Stuart

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A History of Chipping

by Crainer, Stuart

  • Used
  • very good
  • Paperback
Condition
Used - Very Good
Binding
Paperback
ISBN 13
9780861571840
ISBN 10
0861571843
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Powys, United Kingdom
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Countryside Publications Ltd. Very Good. 1986. Paperback. 0861571843 . 40pp, illustrated, VG in card covers; Octavo; 40 pages .
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