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Diocesan history of Lincoln

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Product description

Written in 1896 by Edmund Venables and George Perry, this history takes the Lincolnshire church from the earlies pagan times through to the 'Modern Church' of the late 1800's.

The book has an ornate front cover using the blue board cover as a background to the gilt and black decoration. It has been styled like a stained glass window and also includes the coat of arms of the Bishop of Lincoln. The spine is also just as ornate with a gilt title. Both are in good condition.
The Pages inside are clean, if a little brown from age. At the front, there is a map showing the diocese of Lincoln. This is intact and clean, but has a few spots from foxing and age.

Item details

Author(s):
Edmund Venables and George Perry
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1897
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
371
Publisher:
SPCK
Title:
Diocesan Histories Lincoln

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Written in 1896 by Edmund Venables and George Perry, this history takes the Lincolnshire church from the earlies pagan times through to the 'Modern Church' of the late 1800's.

The book has an ornate front cover using the blue board cover as a background to the gilt and black decoration. It has been styled like a stained glass window and also includes the coat of arms of the Bishop of Lincoln. The spine is also just as ornate with a gilt title. Both are in good condition.
The Pages inside are clean, if a little brown from age. At the front, there is a map showing the diocese of Lincoln. This is intact and clean, but has a few spots from foxing and age.

Author(s):
Edmund Venables and George Perry
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1897
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
371
Publisher:
SPCK
Title:
Diocesan Histories Lincoln

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