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Abrasion or wear to the surface. Usually used in reference to a book's boards or dust-jacket....[more]
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Cobbin's Commentary on the Bible for Young and Old by Rev. Ingram Cobbin, of England: Author of "Cobbin's Domestic Bible", "Portable Commentary," "The Illustrated New Testament with Notes," "Child's Commentator," Etc., Etc. "All holy Scriptures are a garden full of the sweetest flowers - a paradise always refreshed with gentle winds and delightful rain." - CHRYSOSTUM

by Cobbin Ingram


New York, New York: Selmar Press, 1876. unknown. Good condition; interior fading, and browning along perimeters; spotting and foxing on initial pages of both volumes; rubbing and wear to covers, especially along edges of spines; corners are worn and some of the tips are exposed to the board. . Edited by E.J. Goodspeed, D.D., Author of "The Life of Jesus for Young People," Etc. Volumes I and II

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  • Cobbin's Commentary on the Bible for Young and Old by Rev. Ingram Cobbin, of England: Author of "Cobbin's Domestic Bible", "Portable Commentary," "The Illustrated New Testament with Notes," "Child's Commentator," Etc., Etc. "All holy Scriptures are a garden full of the sweetest flowers - a paradise always refreshed with gentle winds and delightful rain." - CHRYSOSTUM by Cobbin Ingram
  • Bookseller: Basileia Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 0705I0661
  • Title: Cobbin's Commentary on the Bible for Young and Old by Rev. Ingram Cobbin, of England: Author of "Cobbin's Domestic Bible", "Portable Commentary," "The Illustrated New Testament with Notes," "Child's Commentator," Etc., Etc. "All holy Scriptures are a garden full of the sweetest flowers - a paradise always refreshed with gentle winds and delightful rain." - CHRYSOSTUM
  • Author: Cobbin Ingram
  • Format/binding: Unknown
  • Book condition: Good condition; interior fading, and browning along perimeters; spotting and foxing on initial pages of both volumes; rubbing an
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Selmar Press
  • Place: New York, New York
  • Date published: 1876
  • Pages: 3-394; 397-796

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