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Key to the Spiritual Treasures: an Illustration of some of the most Precious Confraternities and Practical Instructions

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Key to the Spiritual Treasures: an Illustration of some of the most Precious Confraternities and Practical Instructions

by SEEBERGER, Maria Cosmas

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St Josephs College, 1897. ~ TITLE CONTINUES: for the Canonical Erection of these Confraternities at Home and in Foreign Countries: Second Revised and Enlarged Edition. ~Small tear (2cm) to cloth at foot of front hinge. Small 4to (25 x 17cm). Original black cloth gilt. All edges red. Decorative green endpapers. Frontis. Tips of top corners slightly bumped. Sticker trace to spine, but no other library marks. ~Robust packaging. All UK orders trackable, others on request. . 2nd rev edn. Hardback. Very Good. xvi, 560pp. No dustwrapper. Binding tight, text unmarked.

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Title
Key to the Spiritual Treasures: an Illustration of some of the most Precious Confraternities and Practical Instructions
Author
SEEBERGER, Maria Cosmas
Format/Binding
Hardcover
Book Condition
Used - Very Good
Edition
2nd rev edn
Publisher
St Josephs College
Date Published
1897
Size
xvi, 560pp. No dustwrapper

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