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The Clyde River and Firth by Neil Munro - Hardcover - 1907 - from Rooke Books (SKU: 061654)

The Clyde River and Firth

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The Clyde River and Firth

by Neil Munro

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  • very good
  • hardcover
Very Good
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ont> Adam and Charles Black : London, 1907 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A lovely example of this work of topography by Neil Munro, lavishly illustrated by Mary Y. and J. Young Hunter. Written by Neil Munro, the Scottish born journalist, writer and critic. Illustrated by Mary Y. and J. Young Hunter. This work of topography explores the River Clyde, the second longest in Scotland, which flows into the Firth of Clyde. This work follows the river, and the landmarks and cities along its banks. Illustrated with 67 plates, and 1 folding map to the rear of the volume. Collated complete. With the bookplate of Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow, with additional stamps to the head of the front endpaper and also to the head of the title page. Condition: In the publisher's original cloth binding. Externally generally smart, with light bumping to the head and tail of the spine and extremities. Minor rubbing to the front and rear joints. Previous owners bookplate to the front pastedown and light offsetting to the endpapers. Stamps to the head of the front endpaper and also to the head of the title page. Internally generally firmly bound, lightly strained in places. Pages are bright and clean. Overall Condition: Very Good.


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The Clyde River and Firth
Neil Munro
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ont> Adam and Charles Black : London
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BATH, Somerset
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About Rooke Books

Welcome to Rooke Books Antiquarian BooksellerWe are a small team dedicated to bringing you very scarce books at reasonable prices. We specialise in rare and hard to come by works on all subjects over the last 500 years, together with modern first editions and decorative sets and bindings. Our library has something for every interest and specialism. We deliver worldwide using a fully tracked and insured courier delivery service. Where are We?Based in the literary city of Bath, our offices are housed in the Eastern Dispensary. Built in 1845, the building originally existed as a charitable institution providing medical care.The building now houses our collection of over twenty thousand books and has five full time members of staff.


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