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Nineteenth edition. With 15 illustrations in colour by Walter Dexter and 32 reproductions from Works of Art. xiv, 264 pp + 8 pp ads. Contents include account of Notre Dame, Saint Louis, The Louvre, The Place de la Concorde, the Champs Elysées and the Bios, The Latin Quarter, The Grand boulevards, Montmartre, The Bastille etc. etc. Previous owner's inscription on two ffeps. Map of paris on feps. Bottom edge untrimmed. Some spots of foxing on edges. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering and decoration on spine. Top and bottom of spine and corners lightly rubbed. Overall condition VG. No dust wrapper.
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