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Philip Allan & Co. Ltd, 1928. Hardcover. Good. 1928. First Edition. 264 pages. No dust jacket. Green cloth. Contains black and white illustrations. Moderate tanning to pages, with occasional thumbing throughout. Heavy tanning and foxing to text block edges. Light tanning to endpapers, with small inscriptions to front. Boards have moderate shelf wear, with rubbing and marking. Light bumping to corners and moderate crushing to spine ends. Binding remains firm, with mild sunning to spine and edges.
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- World of Rare Books (GB)
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- The Pilgrim Shrines Of England
- B C Boulter
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- Used - Good
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- Philip Allan & Co. Ltd
- Date published
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- First Edition
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- shelf wear
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- text block
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