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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: Very Good /No Jacket


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 - all collated and as called for. A very good, clean, tight copy. Former owner's name and date on a piece of paper pasted to the front endpaper. One corner bumped and one corner a little turned in. Some toning to the endpapers. Light foxing to the title page - scattered and slight elsewhere. A very good, well preserved, clean, tight copy. . Very Good. 1920. 1st Edition.



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