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TOKENS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CONNECTED WITH BOOKSELLERS & BOOKMAKERS (AUTHORS, PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS, ENGRAVERS AND PAPER MAKERS) by  W Longman - Hardcover - 1916 - from Oak Knoll Books/Oak Knoll Press and Biblio.com

TOKENS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CONNECTED WITH BOOKSELLERS & BOOKMAKERS (AUTHORS, PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS, ENGRAVERS AND PAPER MAKERS)

by Longman, W

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London: Longmans, Green and Company, 1916. original cloth, dust jacket. 8vo. original cloth, dust jacket. 90 pages with 3 plates of tokens and 11 other illustrations in the text. First edition. With many facts of historical interest. Still one of the best guides to the subject. Jacket chipped with pieces missing along edges. Very unusual to find in jacket.

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