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by Quince, Peter

Condition: VG+/VG+

Readers Union Group of Book Clubs. VG+/VG+. 1976. Hardcover. Very good plus condition. Brown covers/gold lettering on spine. Bottom spine end is bumped. Rear endpapers have some discoloring spots. Chronicle of an English village and its surrounding woods and hills wildly ranging from the evolution of its landscape to the state of the village pub. Also from curiosities of rural history to close observation of wild life. Small crease at spine bottom matches bump on book. Spine is somewhat faded. Endflaps have a few discoloration spots. Free gift wrapping, card and drop shipping. Let us know the occasion and message. ; 8vo; 107 pages .

  • Seller: Seneca Valley Used Books & Paper Collectibles US (US)
  • Seller: Inventory #: 828
  • Author: Quince, Peter
  • Format/binding:Hardcover
  • Book condition: Used - VG+/VG+
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Readers Union Group of Book Clubs
  • Date published: 1976
  • Keywords: Lifestyles Culture English History, Non-fiction Pubs Small Town Country Life
  • Bookseller catalogs: England;
  • Subjects: TRAVEL / Europe / Great Britain;


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