History of a Fishing Trip. Written to Order by the Keeper of the Records.
by [Lowery, F.W.]
- Very good + / near fine
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- Uncommon Works, IOBA, ABAA, ILAB (US)
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- History of a Fishing Trip. Written to Order by the Keeper of the Records.
- [Lowery, F.W.]
- 1/4 cloth
- Book condition
- Used - Very good + / near fine
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- Limited Edition, First Edition
- [Privately Printed]
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