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The English Flower Garden and Home Grounds.

by Robinson, W

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John Murray, London. 1913.. Hardback.. Black and White illustrations. Dark blue cloth with lovely gilt illustration of poppy. VG- (clean and tight copy, but rear cover lightly scuffed and with small hole in rear spine fold). Oversize; Postage & Packing may cost extra.


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