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Oberon: An Opera in Three Acts

by von Weber, Carl Maria (composer); J.R. Planche (written by); Natalia Macfarren (editor)

Condition: Good (+)/No Jacket

London: Novello and Company, Limited, 1913 158 numbered pp +10; HB. Ex-library w/stamps, labels, pocket, and Dewey numbers painted to spine. Casebound rebind of the original paper. Pages: clean, bright, tight, speckled edgestain, kraft eps; a.e. tanned, binder Davis and Holman's label to front ep. Cover: oxblood leatherette, large paster front w/ orange and reverse titles, gilt titles spine; moderate shelfwear, extrems somewhat worn, "2.75 N" to front, large scuff to front left crnr of paster. All three acts of this opera, words (English and Italian) and music.


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