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Hand-Book to Newcastle on Tyne and District

by Bruce, Rev. J. Collingwood

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  • hardcover
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London: Andrew Reid, Sons & Co, 1889. REVISED EDITION. Hardbound, head and foot of spine and back corners lightlyrubbed, inner and outer hinges fine, overall a GOOD+ copy.

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Bookseller
D&D Galleries - ABAA US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
mon0000033049
Title
Hand-Book to Newcastle on Tyne and District
Author
Bruce, Rev. J. Collingwood
Book condition
Used
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
London: Andrew Reid, Sons & Co
Date Published
1889

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