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London:: Barrie and Jenkins,, 1974. First UK edition. Cloth. Very Good+ in Very Good DJ. Guide to the great wealth of porcelain produced in Britain, arranged by alphabetised manufacturers. Illustrated with over 500 plates, mainly bw. Gilt lettering to spine. Eps brightly coloured. Price clipped. Spine scuffed. Dj very slightly yellowing towards top edge, with some light dust damage and two small tears to dj spine. Previous owner's gift inscription to ffep.
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- Primrose Hill Books (GB)
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- British Porcelain
- Godden, Geoffrey A
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good+ in Very Good DJ
- First UK edition
- Barrie and Jenkins,
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- Date published
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- Antiques and Collectibles;
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- price clipped
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