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Copper Commercial Coins 1811-1819

by BELL, R. C.;

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Corbitt & Hunter Ltd. 1964 1st. 10x7.5 ins. In brown/maroon faux leather with gilt to spine, original paper dustwrap. In near fine condition with very good dustwrapper (a little darkened along spine, some dark handling/rubbing marks to edges and rear). Some et als loose in front. 238pp. B&W illustrations.
  • Bookseller: The Antique Map & Bookshop GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 75506
  • Title: Copper Commercial Coins 1811-1819
  • Author: BELL, R. C.;
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Corbitt & Hunter Ltd. 1964 1st
  • Keywords: ANTIQUES BELL, R. C.; Copper Commercial Coins 1811-1819, Corbitt & Hunter Ltd., 1964 1st, numismatics, tokens, coins,


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