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No. 4 An Introduction to the Royal Somerset House and Inverness Lodge

£250.00

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Bernard Quarich 1928, London . A fascinating book limited to just 300 printed copies, this being number 176 of that run. This book is was written to give the members of No. 4 some account of their masonic lodge. It has been therefore thrown into a form quite different from what it would have been if it had been intended for the general reader. It was hoped that the book may be found interesting and perhaps even useful to students of Masonic history.
Condition: The cloth covered boards are quite heavily faded from an even Grey shade to an almost light sand colour in places. The tooled guiding is intact to the front cover and spine, the foredge gilt is in wonderful condition, minor signs of shelf wear to the spine however, there are corner bumps. The interior pages include a FEP that has a dedication written in black ink and staining in a large square formation this staining is also present on the BFEP . The interior pages are very crisp and bright and look to have been turned only a few times so are in excellent condition.

Item details

Added value:
Limited Edition
Author(s):
Oxford, Arnold Whitaker Rev.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
4to - 10 - 13
Dimensions:
4to 10 x 7 1/2 inches
Edition:
1st (1928)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
316
Publisher:
Bernard Quaritch Ltd
Title:
No. 4 An Introduction to the Royal Somerset House and Inverness Lodge

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Bernard Quarich 1928, London . A fascinating book limited to just 300 printed copies, this being number 176 of that run. This book is was written to give the members of No. 4 some account of their masonic lodge. It has been therefore thrown into a form quite different from what it would have been if it had been intended for the general reader. It was hoped that the book may be found interesting and perhaps even useful to students of Masonic history.
Condition: The cloth covered boards are quite heavily faded from an even Grey shade to an almost light sand colour in places. The tooled guiding is intact to the front cover and spine, the foredge gilt is in wonderful condition, minor signs of shelf wear to the spine however, there are corner bumps. The interior pages include a FEP that has a dedication written in black ink and staining in a large square formation this staining is also present on the BFEP . The interior pages are very crisp and bright and look to have been turned only a few times so are in excellent condition.

Added value:
Limited Edition
Author(s):
Oxford, Arnold Whitaker Rev.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
4to - 10 - 13
Dimensions:
4to 10 x 7 1/2 inches
Edition:
1st (1928)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
316
Publisher:
Bernard Quaritch Ltd
Title:
No. 4 An Introduction to the Royal Somerset House and Inverness Lodge

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