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The Koran

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Product description

This is one of the World's Classics series published by Oxford University Press in 1933, the text is translated by E. H. Palmer.

The jacket has some tears around the edges, particularly the spine which has a larger tear about half way from bottom to middle, and there are two small pieces missing at the top of the rear edge. The price corner is intact. This small format pocket-size book has dark blue cloth covered boards with blind stamped ruled borders and the publisher's emblem on the front. The tile and usual details are on the spine in still bright gilt text.

A previous owner has inscribed the ffe dated 1935, there are no other markings as far as we can see.

The board hinges and binding are in very good condition with no sign of looseness. The dark blue page marking ribbon is still intact although the exposed end is faded.

Item details

Author(s):
Palmer, E. H. (Trans.)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
154 x 102 x 19 mm approx.
Edition:
1933
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
551
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

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This is one of the World's Classics series published by Oxford University Press in 1933, the text is translated by E. H. Palmer.

The jacket has some tears around the edges, particularly the spine which has a larger tear about half way from bottom to middle, and there are two small pieces missing at the top of the rear edge. The price corner is intact. This small format pocket-size book has dark blue cloth covered boards with blind stamped ruled borders and the publisher's emblem on the front. The tile and usual details are on the spine in still bright gilt text.

A previous owner has inscribed the ffe dated 1935, there are no other markings as far as we can see.

The board hinges and binding are in very good condition with no sign of looseness. The dark blue page marking ribbon is still intact although the exposed end is faded.

Author(s):
Palmer, E. H. (Trans.)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
154 x 102 x 19 mm approx.
Edition:
1933
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
551
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

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