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Early Celtic Masterpieces from Britain in the British Museum by John Brailsford - Paperback - First Edition - 1975 - from Three Geese In Flight Celtic Books and Biblio.com

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Early Celtic Masterpieces from Britain in the British Museum

by John Brailsford

Condition: Good-


Good- Large Trade Paperback 101pp. Clan free of writing. NOT a library cover. Stained inside bottom of back cover and bottom of last three pages crinkled from dampening but not stained No scent. The rest of the book is fine clean and all the photos even on the last three pages clean and bright.The Celtic Bronze age and Iron age Celtic shield and Iron Fire dog with iron Ox head is awesome project for Blacksmith. Celtic geometry here in this Pre-Christian metal masterpieces of the Celts. Damage makes this a bargain working book Celtic studies since 1977.




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