Caesar Bellum Gallicum Iv 20-38. V1-23. Matriculation Latin
by Carruthers, Adam And Robertson, J.C
- Fair/No Jacket
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Toronto: W.J.Gage & Company, 1917 An Ex School Book With Students Name On Ffep And Some Childlike Crayon Scribbles On Rear Eps. The Main Block Of The Book Has No Marks Or Notations. Some Aging To Eps And Some Reading Wear On A Few Pages But Not On Text.Green Cloth Covers With Black Title On Front Board , No Title On Spine. Head And Tail Of Spine Bumped And Frayed, Edges Rubbed With Small Board Creasing On Rear Board. A Nice Piece Of Education History.
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- Caesar Bellum Gallicum Iv 20-38. V1-23. Matriculation Latin
- Carruthers, Adam And Robertson, J.C
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- Used - Fair
- Jacket condition
- No Jacket
- 1st Edition
- W.J.Gage & Company
- Place of Publication
- Date Published
- Latin Matriculation Caesar School Book
- 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall
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