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The reign of Elizabeth 1558-1603 by  J.B Black - Reprint of first edition of 1936 - 1952 - from Acanthophyllum Books and Biblio.com

The reign of Elizabeth 1558-1603

by Black, J.B

Condition: V.g./Good


Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1952. Reprint of first edition of 1936. Hard covers, dust jacket. V.g./Good. Jacket with very small tears at top edge, owner's discreet inscription on ffep. 448 pp., several maps, charts and figures at end.


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