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Historical and Descriptive View of the City of Durham and its Environs ... 1847

£40.00

Product description

'and Tourists' Guide for the County of Durham. To which is added a reprint of Hogg's Legend of St Cuthbert from the edition of the late George Allan'

A great deal of very detailed information is contained in the book which represents a snapshot of the city in the mid 19th century. Although undated the book has a preface dated April 1847

Hardback book in fair to good condition for its age. The slim volume has blind embossed decoration on brown board - front and back,. The corners are bumped as is the spine. Page edges are age discoloured. The hinge is cracked between the preliminaries and the first page of text. Endpapers discoloured.

Item details

Condition:
Fair
Edition:
No date, assumed 1847
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
224
Publisher:
George Proctor
Title:
Historical and Descriptive View of the City of Durham and its Environs

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'and Tourists' Guide for the County of Durham. To which is added a reprint of Hogg's Legend of St Cuthbert from the edition of the late George Allan'

A great deal of very detailed information is contained in the book which represents a snapshot of the city in the mid 19th century. Although undated the book has a preface dated April 1847

Hardback book in fair to good condition for its age. The slim volume has blind embossed decoration on brown board - front and back,. The corners are bumped as is the spine. Page edges are age discoloured. The hinge is cracked between the preliminaries and the first page of text. Endpapers discoloured.

Condition:
Fair
Edition:
No date, assumed 1847
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
224
Publisher:
George Proctor
Title:
Historical and Descriptive View of the City of Durham and its Environs

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