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Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor

by R.D. Blackmore

Condition: See description

New York, London: Harper and Brothers, 1903. Reprint. Reprint; Octavo; G+/No-DJ; Spine is green leaf print over blue spine, with gold text; Boards have rubbing and bumping to corners and edges, light scratches and scuffs, some stains, joints and hinges are sensitive; Text block has general signs of handling, age-toning, foxing, some pen on front free-end paper, deckled pages, some marks and scratches, content is clear; pp 560. Shelved Rockville Bookstore.


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