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The Tartans of the Clans and Families of Scotland

by Innes, Sir Thomas

Condition: Very Good /Very Good


Edinburgh and London: Johnston and Bacon. Hardcover. 300pp. (white spine) 8vo. 1971. Eighth edition. A very good, clean, tight copy in like jacket. No inscriptions. Original publisher's green boards - embossed in black to the spine. No inscriptions. The text supported by numerous colour plates. A bump to the tail of the spine with some light associated creasing to the overlying jacket. The jacket is a little rubbed to the head and tail of the spine - it has not been price-clipped. A very good, clean, tight copy. . Very Good. 1971. Eighth Edition.




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