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The English Parish Church by  Gerald Randall - Hardcover - 1988 - from Ramblingsid's Books and Biblio.com

The English Parish Church

by Randall, Gerald

Condition: Very Good/Very Good


London: Spring Books, 1988 Spring Books, London, 1988, hb with d/w, reprint, yellow cloth boards with brown titles to spine and front cover, few signs of wear to the covers, pages clean and bright, a good tight secure binding, in a d/w that has not been price clipped and itself has few signs of wear with no chips or tears [Box 76]

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