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- raised band(s)
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The Curiosities of Ale & Beer:
by [COOK, Charles Henry; as] BICKERDYKE, John (pseud.)
- The Curiosities of Ale & Beer: by [COOK, Charles Henry; as] BICKERDYKE, John (pseud.)
- Bookseller: Peter Harrington (GB)
- Bookseller Inventory #: 38312
- Title: The Curiosities of Ale & Beer:
- Author: [COOK, Charles Henry; as] BICKERDYKE, John (pseud.)
- Binding: Hardcover
- Publisher: London, Field & Tuer, The Leadenhall Press, &c., n.d.
- Date published: 
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