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MADAME MOHL: HER SALON AND HER FRIENDS

by O'Meara, Kathleen

Condition: Very Good


Boston: Roberts Brothers. Very Good. 1886. Hardcover. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1886. Ex-lib, usual markings, spine ends are rubbed, covers soiled, slight toning to contents, a Good copy. .

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soiled
Generally refers to minor discoloration or staining.
spine
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