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The Early Stuarts 1603-1660

by Davies, Godfrey

Condition: Acceptable/No dust jacket


London: Oxford University Press, 1945. Hardcover. Oxford History of England series. No jacket. Hardcover leading corners, and head and foot of spine are worn and bumped. All edges are bumped and worn. Boards are scuffed and worn. Spine body is worn and frayed, with scuff towards foot. Item is cocked. Library book plate and pencil on front pastedown. Page block is tanned and marked. Binding visible at half-title page, but remains intact. Stamp on rear pastedown. Contents are sound and clean, and the text is clear. TH.. hardcover. Acceptable/No dust jacket. Ex-Library.


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