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Archaeologia Cantiana Vol XXV 1902

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Royal blue blind stamped cloth hard covers with gilt decoration and gilt titles on the spine. The spine is darkened and has light wear and bumping at the top and base. There is a damp stain causing the cloth to crinkle at the lower front corner but the text is unaffected. Black endpapers, front hinge is cracked at the pastedown. Top edge is rough cut. The Transactions of the Kent Archaeological Society, Volume XXV for 1902. This volume contains the Officers, Rules and Members for 1902, Abstract of Proceedings for 1901, numerous illustrative plates, plus fourteen substantial articles reporting matters of recent research and interest to the members. After the main text are an Index of Archaeological Papers Published in 1899 and an Index of Archaeological Papaers Published in 1900.

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Author(s):
Kent Archaeological Society
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1902
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
443
Publisher:
Kent Archaeological Society

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Royal blue blind stamped cloth hard covers with gilt decoration and gilt titles on the spine. The spine is darkened and has light wear and bumping at the top and base. There is a damp stain causing the cloth to crinkle at the lower front corner but the text is unaffected. Black endpapers, front hinge is cracked at the pastedown. Top edge is rough cut. The Transactions of the Kent Archaeological Society, Volume XXV for 1902. This volume contains the Officers, Rules and Members for 1902, Abstract of Proceedings for 1901, numerous illustrative plates, plus fourteen substantial articles reporting matters of recent research and interest to the members. After the main text are an Index of Archaeological Papers Published in 1899 and an Index of Archaeological Papaers Published in 1900.

Author(s):
Kent Archaeological Society
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1902
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
443
Publisher:
Kent Archaeological Society

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