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Philadelphia: Bennett & Walton, 1828. Hardcover. Very Good. 9 Vols, each approx 600 pgs. 5 x 8 in. Brown polished calf with leather labels on spine. B&W frontis. Condition of the book is VERY GOOD; spines are dry and crackled. Labels all there but very dry, cracking. Ends of spines worn, rubbed. Corners and edges lightly worn, rubbed. Covers scuffed with some scratches, minor tears, generally quite good. Light to moderate foxing throughout. Bindings very tight. Upper text block darkened.
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- Andre Strong Bookseller (US)
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- THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND (9 VOL SET - COMPLETE)
- Robert Bissett
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- Used - Very Good
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- Bennett & Walton
- Place of Publication
- Date published
- Bookseller catalogs
- European History;
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