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Cheshire Its Traditions and History Including a Record of the rise and Progress of Freemasonry in This Ancient Province

by Ingham, Alfred

Condition: Good

Edinburgh: Pillans and Wilson. Cloth. 370pp. Frontispiece of Chester Cathedral. Gilt embossed title to spine and to front board. Numerous other illustrations - some full page - illustrate the text. Internally very clean with some age toning to end paper and only very slight occasional foxing. The spine is sunned. The boards are soiled in places. Some splitting to cloth along edge of spine but not loose in any part. Several corners bumped. A good copy of a fascinating book. . Good. 1920. 1st Edition.


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