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London: George Newnes, 1909. Red covers with black lettering and decoration on spine and blind-stamped motif and decoration on front board, 254pp plus adverts. Venice scene frontis. Covers bumped and lightly worn at extremities, a couple of light marks on rear cover and half-split rear joint has been repaired. Spine a little sunned. Section of 20pp near the rear of the book have permanent light creasing. Discoloured prelims, otherwise internally clean and tight. Ref:093115. Cloth. G-/N/a. 11x16.5cm.
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Second-hand book dealer (formerly in a Diss Shop), with a stock of around 2000 books from modern quality literature to reference, aviation, classics and antiquarian
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