Vanished Towers & Chimes of Flanders
by Edwards, George Wharton
- Good with no dust jacket
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Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company. Good with no dust jacket. 1925. -. 1. Hard Cover. Publisher's full black cloth, gilt lettering and borders on cover and spine, blue and yellow medallion on front cover. Illustrated with B&W plates. . Boards lightly sunned, corners, head and heel of spine, and lettering on spine is rubbed and worn, front hinge sprung, spine cracked, some light foxing on endpapers. GOOD. . Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall. 211, (1) pp .
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- Vanished Towers & Chimes of Flanders
- Edwards, George Wharton
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- -. 1
- The Penn Publishing Company
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