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Saga Plays (The Passing of Sinfiotli, Ingiald Evilheart, The Sword of Sigurd)

by Betts, Frank

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Oxford, UK: B.H. Blackwell, 1917 VERY GOOD First Edition HC. Nice blue cloth with faded spine, minor marks on paper label on front board, part of paper label on spine missing. Nice interiors, solid, as-new hinges, unmarked, top edge tanning. 5.5" x 7.75", 101 pages. Several pages were uncut by the printer, leading me to believe the text is unread. Contains three Viking sagas, The Passing of Sinfiotli, Ingiald Evilheart and The Sword of Sigurd. . Hard Cover.


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