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London: Oxford University Press, 1968. New Clarendon Bible (vol. three) covers the central period of the Old Testament. Blue covers with gilt lettering to spine. Ex-school library book in very sound condition with library stamp on ffep with previous owner's sticker. Library stamp to rear endpapers and evidence of sticker removal. Annotation in corner of half-title and reference to author on title page. Includes loose letter signed by author. DJ is intact and in protective plastic sleeve, but has library markings and evidence of sticky tape removal at edges. Overall a very sound copy. Ref:06720. Reprint. Cloth. VG/G+. 13cmx19cm.
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