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A. & C. Black, 1912. First Edition. Hardcover.Illustrator: George Houston. From the publisher's '7s 6d' series. No. 125 in Inman's bibliography of the Black colour books. Presentable, clean, tight and sound copy. Publisher's decorated cloth boards. Binding is lightly rubbed at extremities, a nice example. End papers with light foxing otherwise text block very clean. No inscriptions or annotation. x + 139 pages, 20 tipped in colour plates.. Size: 8vo. Illustrator: George Houston. Category: Travel & Places; scotland; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 24466. .
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- Steve Liddle (GB)
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- Ayrshire Idylls
- Neil Munro
- George Houston
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- First Edition
- A. & C. Black
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- BZDB28 scottish scots scotland Travel & Places; scotland; Ayrshire Idylls
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