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by Longman, W

Condition: VG


London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1916. 90 pages in very good, clean condition. Light foxing on first few pages. Illustrated. Blue cloth with gilt titles. Spine a little faded, light wear on corners. Unusual book. VG. First U. K.. Hard Cover. VG.


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