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The Franklin Library. Franklin Center, Pennsylvania., 1977 Book size about 6 1/2 by 9 inches with some 630 pages. Bound in green full leather with extensive gilt decoration--lettering in gilt on the spine only. Book with moire silk-type end papers; bound-in ribbon place marker; all edges gilt. Illustrated by James Campbell. One of the books in the publisher series called The First Edition Society. No sign of wear. FINE Language: eng. 1st Edition.. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket.
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- the book scot (US)
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- HISTORY A NOVEL
- Morante, Elsa
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- Used - Fine
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- No Jacket
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- 1st Edition.
- The Franklin Library. Franklin Center, Pennsylvania.
- Date published
- JAMES CAMPBELL
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