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New Naturalist No.  45 THE COMMON LANDS OF ENGLAND & WALES by  Dudley & Hoskins W.G Stamp - First Edition - 1963 - from Loe Books and


by Stamp, Dudley & Hoskins W.G

Condition: Near Fine/Near Fine

London: Collins, 1963. A near fine first edtion, Pp. 366, b/w photographs, b/w diagrams & maps. Dust jacket near fine, bright and fresh, not price-clipped, crease and small nick to the top of the rear panel, now protected in a clear removable archival sleeve. Green buckram boards clean and with bright gilt. Contents clean and tight, small name to the front free endpaper, no foxing, no inscriptions. A clean bright copy. [Collecting the New Naturalists NN45A]. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo. Book.


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