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The Lake District

by Poucher,W.A

Condition: Near Fine /Near Fine


London: Constable. This is a Near Fine Copy of this Book in a Near Fine Dust-Jacket with No chips or tears to the outer edges of the Dust-Jacket.There is a little sunning to spine.The book has one previous onwer's bookplate to the front free endpaper.Beautifully illustrated illustrated throughout in colour,slight sunning to spine,4to 207pp Reprint 4to - over 8¾" - 12" Tall . Near Fine. Hardcover. Reprint. 1988.


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