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More 'Bab' Ballads: Much Sound and Little Sense by W.S. Gilbert - Hardcover - Reprint  - 1902 - from Tarrington Books and Biblio.com

More 'Bab' Ballads: Much Sound and Little Sense

by W.S. Gilbert

Condition: Very Good


London: George Routledge and Sons, Ltd., 1902. Reprint . Very Good. 4.25 x 6.5 inches (11 x 16.5 cm). Rare yellowback edition. Light rubbing to edges, a little soiling to covers. Good solid binding. Previous owner's name to front free endpaper, clean text throughout. Overall condition is Very Good. International postage will be less than the stated rate. Actual costs are Europe £10.15; Oceania £12.95; Rest of World £12.50. A postage refund will be made after the order has been placed. Hardback. Printed pages: 202

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