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London. Hurst and Blackett,1867 First edition,2 volumes.With 2 fontispieces,2 pictorial title-pages and 12 b&w plates.pp xviii 353 and pp x 364.Both volumes in the original green pictorial cloth gilt with bevelled edges.Original end-papers & both the half titles are present.Volume 1 has a small water stain to the lower blank corners of the title-page & frontispiece.The half title page in volume 1 has a sticker on it,probably covering an old name or signature,(see photos).A very good & well preserved set.Heavy,1,585 kilo unpacked.Will require extra shipping costs.
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- Peter M Daly (GB)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Nooks and Corners in Old France
- Musgrave, The Rev.George:
- 0riginal cloth gilt.
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good
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- 2 volumes.
- Hurst and Blackett
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- France,paris,Anjou,Angers,Saumur,Fontevrault,Port Boulet,Monuments,Calais,Le Mans,Maintenon,Architecture,Churches,Cathedrals,
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- First Edition
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- half title
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