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History of the Conquest of Peru: with a preliminary view of the civilization of the Incas. 2 volumes

by Prescott, William H

Condition: Used - Very Good

Harper & Brothers. Used - Very Good. 1847. Cloth, dj., 8vo., 527 pp.; 547 pp. Orig. cloth, deocrated in blind and in gilt. Two engraved frontispieces, one full-page map. Some wear to extremties of bindings, but quite sound overall. Scattered foxing, mostly confined to the margins of the text-leaves. Library stamp on copyright page of each volume, but no other library markings. (Subject: Latin American Studies.)
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