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Further Essays in Early Roman Liturgy (Alcuin Club Collections No. 50)

by Willis, G. G

Condition: Good+/Fair

London: SPCK, 1968. First Edition . Cloth. Good+/Fair. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. vi, (vi), 267pp., (ii). Found in original green cloth, with clear and bright gilt lettering to spine. Just light wear to exterior. Previous owner's name in ink to front free endpaper and a tiny, faint stain to front free endpaper; else, text clean. Binding sound. A number of short tears and small chips to dust-jacket that admits to some general light soiling and a few mild stains, thought this is not terribly offensive. Overall, a good, sound, user friendly copy


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