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Quiet Lane and Orchard Ends, a visual archive of Little and Great Eversden, Cambridge.
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Quiet Lane and Orchard Ends, a visual archive of Little and Great Eversden, Cambridge.

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First Edition
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Hardcover
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Ipswich, Suffolk
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$17.46
$33.38 shipping to USA

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The Eversden Millenium Group, 2000. Very Good/Very Good. 240 x 270mm, 144 pages. Undated, presume 2000 1st. B/w photos, line drawings, maps on endpapers. Book Condition: Very good, clean green boards, tight binding. Jacket Condition: Very good, clean, bright, not faded, not creased, not clipped, small repaired tear to upper rear edge, will be protected in removable clear sleeving before sale. Comments: An excellent illustrated village history for Little and Great Eversden in Cambridgeshire from the millenium, 2000.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.
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