Golden Tips. A Description of Ceylon and its Great Tea Industry. / by Henry W. Cave, ... Illustrated from Photographs by the Author
by Cave, Henry William (1854- )
- Near fine copy in the original gilt-blocked period decorated cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands
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- Golden Tips. A Description of Ceylon and its Great Tea Industry. / by Henry W. Cave, ... Illustrated from Photographs by the Author
- Cave, Henry William (1854- )
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- Used - Near fine copy in the original gilt-blocked period decorated cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands
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- London : Sampson Low, Marston and Co.
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