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Volume II. Book VI - X. Translated from German by Alexander Muir. viii, 291 pp + 4 pp ads. Small piece missing from top of title page. Previous owners' inscriptions on fep and ffep. brown cloth boards with gilt decoration and blindstamp decoration on front board, gilt lettering on spine and blindstamp decoration on rear board. Top and bottom of spine and corners lightly rubbed. Internally text clean. Binding tight and sound. A few spots on boards. Overall condition VG.
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