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Illustrations of the Bible & New Testament (Three Volumes Bound as One) 1835

by Westall & Martin and the Reverend Hobart Caunter

Condition: Very Good


Publisher: Edward Churton, 1835. First Edition is VG. Marbled endpapers, with dentelles. Pages not numbered (approx.600pp) and each double page layout has engraving on one side and relevant text on the other. (Thus approx 300 engravings) Books I and II are the Bible, Book III The New Testament. Text descriptions by the Reverend Hobart Caunter. . Very Good. Bagged for Posterity.
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  • Bookseller: The Book Moose US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 022725
  • Title: Illustrations of the Bible & New Testament (Three Volumes Bound as One) 1835
  • Author: Westall & Martin and the Reverend Hobart Caunter
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Bookseller catalogs: Religion;


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