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Europe And The French Imperium 1799-1814

by Geoffrey Bruun

Condition: Good/No Jacket


Harper & Brothers, 1938. Book. Good. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. The Rise Of Modern Europe series, Edited by William L. Langer. Good, clean condition hardback - no jacket. This is the original 1938 book - not a modern reprint or facsimile. Black boards with gilt lettering. Boards are clean and bright, show light wear. No writing or tears inside book. Previous owner's name stamp in book front (C.O. Brusso, Vallejo, California). Nicely illustrated. Tight spine, clean pages. Map end papers. Page show tanning - no foxing. No remainder marks or clippings..


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